The Forest of Moon and Sword by Amy Raphael | Book Review

The Forest of Moon and Sword by Amy Raphael is a fantastic children’s book that focuses around Art and her adventures during one of the darkest periods of history: the reign of Hopkins, the self-appointed Witchfinder General who murdered during his reign hundreds of women across Scotland and England for their healing gifts and other … Continue reading The Forest of Moon and Sword by Amy Raphael | Book Review

The Houseplant by Jeremy Ray | Book Review

The Houseplant was sent to me by the author, Jeremy Ray, in exchange for an honest review, for which I am beyond grateful. Told from the point of view of a plant, the touching short story revolves around a fern’s journey from the store to his beloved middle-aged human’s house. There is no secret I … Continue reading The Houseplant by Jeremy Ray | Book Review

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz || Book Review

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz is many things at once, hence why I found it difficult to organize my thoughts and write a review. Although it might seem an easy-going, fast-paced story about the relationship between two boys, it’s much more than that: it’s their relationship with … Continue reading Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz || Book Review

A Quick Spell by Patricia Josephine | Book Review

Title: A Quick Spell Author: Patricia Josephine Publication Date: 2021 Format: Kindle Edition|119 pages Patricia Josephine sent me her upcoming book in exchange for an honest review. As some of you might remember, few months ago I reviewed A Quick Bite, an engaging short story collection depicting supernatural creatures in different situations and from different … Continue reading A Quick Spell by Patricia Josephine | Book Review

Tim: A Growing Up Tale for Grown-ups Who Remember… by L.L. Rose | Book Review

Title: Tim: A Growing Up Tale for Grown-ups Who Remember... Author: L.L. Rose Publication Date: 2020 Publisher: Self-Published Format: Paperback|150 pages Tim: A Growing Up Tale for Grown-ups Who Remember... by Canadian author L.L. Rose has been gifted to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. The book follows Atlas, an eleven … Continue reading Tim: A Growing Up Tale for Grown-ups Who Remember… by L.L. Rose | Book Review

Virginia Woolf’s Approach to Time in To the Lighthouse: A Shock of Modernity

It would be fair to mention that Virginia Woolf left her marks on modernism, a cultural trend that redefined literature in terms of themes, plot and representation of time and space, with her high-class and over-refined writing style. She chose to focus on the development of the characters and their transformations caused by inner conflicts, … Continue reading Virginia Woolf’s Approach to Time in To the Lighthouse: A Shock of Modernity

End of the Year Q&A

I have asked you on Instagram some time ago to send in any questions and curiosities you may have because I haven’t done a Q&A in quite a while now. While I answered some of the questions there, I kept those more serious and requiring a longer answer for this blog post. As most of … Continue reading End of the Year Q&A