01/21/17 Women’s March: Book Rec’s to Continue the Conversation

Hello, fellow humans! So I don’t know about you, but I was so inspired by the Women’s Marches that took place across the world yesterday. So much so that I feel like today would be a great time to talk about feminism!

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Litstyle Preview (The Franklin Expedition/Atwood’s “The Age of Lead”)

Image Credit So I didn’t get a chance to write a litstyle post this week, what with my review being backtracked and such. For those of you who don’t know, litstyle is a weekly post on my blog aka ‘lifestyle for the lit-nerd’, which I post every Wednesday (except today, obviously). Next week’s post will be […]

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Bookish Soundtracks (A Book Hangover Remedy)

So I don’t know about you, but fantasy books seem to give me the worst kind of book-hangover imaginable. Not knowing what to do with myself, I usually drown my fiction-induced emotions out with music. Because that’s healthy??

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4 Modern Narratives

A lot of people would argue that technology cancels out much of the romanticism of storytelling. Dating sites replace real-life meet cutes, social interaction = social media, and the “narcissism” of the millennial generation is enough to send any reader in search of simpler times. But something these people don’t realize is that technology can be used […]

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Moving a Library: Tips for Packing Books

I like to think this is a topic I have some authority on. I’ve moved four times in the last three years: the curse of a student, in my opinion. From res to my first apartment to my second apartment to my parents house, and now, my parents are moving, and thus I am moving. Again. *sigh*

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