My Problem with YA

My Problem with YA Until last year, I never really delved into this subsection of books. To be honest, I don’t really divvy up my reading list into such nonsensical categories, but as I started writing more frequently, knowing these titles has become important. With it, I’ve begun to see there’s a large problem with... Continue Reading →


What I Learn about Illuminae

What I Learn about Illuminae Here is another book (series) that is driving everyone crazy. So many spout how it is so original and amazing. The characters, especially the AI—AIDAN—is so unique and interesting. However, again, I’m not amused. The flaws—though there are many—mainly lies in two areas which seem to be the major distinctions... Continue Reading →

What I learned from ‘The Golden Notebook’ in relation to ‘All the Bright Places’

What I learned from ‘The Golden Notebook’ in relation to ‘All the Bright Places’     Niven’s new book recently came out and with it a flood of people began to gush about her first book again. Hearing as such, I decided to try it. With my experience reading YA, I know not all books... Continue Reading →

What I Learned…from Han Gong Ju

What I learned from ‘Han Gong Ju’ There are just some movies that stick in your head for while. Sometimes they’re good; sometimes they’re bad. This is definitely one of the good ones, but not one to be watched by just anyone. The whole movie follows the titular character, Han Gong Ju—a high school student—around... Continue Reading →

What I learned from Coates’ ‘Between the World and Me’

What I learned from Coates’ ‘Between the World and Me’ First off, there is no way I can encapsulate everything I learned from this book in one small post. This tiny book focuses on the death of Prince Jones, and is a behemoth of emotions and insights that cannot be rightfully reviewed or detailed. Almost... Continue Reading →

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