Short stories

I wasn't familiar with the short story world up until the moment I started my studies.  I acquired my bachelor's degree in English Language and Literature in 2018 and I really got to learn a lot about storytelling. I used to think that in order to express your self and to convey meaning and hidden [...]

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How to Read a Book per Day

I know that for many of you a book per day is intimidating but hear me out. When you choose to read a relatively small book between 250-350 pages long, then there is no reason for you to feel scared. Starting in the morning, set a goal to read 3 to 5 chapters -depending on [...]

Chilling & Reading – Goodreads Edition

Even though the TBR (To Be Read) pile keeps growing, I decided to take my time and read at my leisure. Last year I had a goal according to my Goodreads challenge to read 100 books, but missed the mark by nine books. So when 2017 rolled around I wanted to go over and beyond, [...]

Orlando by Virginia Woolf

I read this novel last year for my English Literature class and I have to tell you, I was not impressed. I struggled to keep up with Woolf's unique -chaotic- writing style. I appreciate the fact that she tries to introduce a being that lives for hundreds of years and that is ultimately gender fluid. [...]

1984

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” I love dystopias! No secret there, but you didn't know about me is the fact that Orwell's "1984" was the novel that made me love them. I absolutely recommend this book because it is a book that gets you thinking! Similar [...]

No Time for Reading – College Life

Yeah guys it is official the semester has began! Run, Hide and wish for the best!   It is that stressful time of the year when I have to study day and night to make sure that the prior three years of hard work won't go down the drain. This year I am a senior [...]