Hi, friends! I’m here to talk about literature once again. I know what you’re thinking: what a nerd. I’m not going to argue with that accusation, though. Anyway, let’s jump into the heavy stuff: sometimes, we all get caught up in how we portray ourselves to other people. In a society that teaches everyone to … Continue reading Pretty as a Picture
If someone were to ask you to name the first children’s books author that came to mind, who would it be? For many people, it would be Dr. Seuss. After all, he was the best-selling children’s author of all time. The truth is that there are many aspects of Dr. Seuss’s life that were never … Continue reading Who Was Dr. Seuss?
One of my favorite things in life is stumbling across a piece of writing that lingers in my mind long after I have read it. I recently read Those Winter Sundays by Robert Hayden, and I have been silently analyzing it for days. The poem follows the speaker as he reflects on his childhood growing up … Continue reading Those Winter Sundays
In 2014, the anonymous Middle Eastern artist and activist going by the name of Saint Hoax launched a new campaign encouraging men in abusive relationships to seek help without being embarrassed. The ad entitled Prince Charmless clearly targets men who may be too ashamed to admit to being stuck in an abusive relationship; however, this ad has … Continue reading Prince Charmless