Shadow and Bone: A Spoiler-Free  Review of the New Netflix Show (…in Which I Scream about a Goat)

Shadow and Bone: A Spoiler-Free Review of the New Netflix Show (…in Which I Scream about a Goat)

This year I’ve fallen in love with Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows duology for the very first time, a pair of novels that have stuck within my daydreams. I found Bardugo’s other books set in the same universe and quickly grew obsessed. I may have joined the fandom a bit later than some of its…

Everyone Needs a “Happy Wagon,” and Other Things I’ve Learned from Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli

Everyone Needs a “Happy Wagon,” and Other Things I’ve Learned from Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli

I’m not a natural optimist. I’m someone who needs to train myself to see the glass half-full. The emptiness lingering on the other side of the glass can swallow me up, and I need to fix my thoughts forward to make sure that doesn’t happen.  If there’s one book that helps me learn to be optimistic, it’s Stargirl by…

How I Used Cartography to Live a More Optimistic Lifestyle // The Seventh Blogmas Post

How I Used Cartography to Live a More Optimistic Lifestyle // The Seventh Blogmas Post

One summer, I found myself wandering the sidewalks and realizing every beautiful little thing around me. I had discovered a break in the woods that practically glowed around sunset, illuminated with the greenish-yellow tint of sunlight passing through the leaves. It was gorgeous. They’re Enchanted Places. Like the “Álagablettur” in Iceland. There are always little pockets…