Almost every reading enthusiast or avid writer can spot some of the most iconic books simply by their covers. Classics like Catcher in the Rye, The Great Gatsby, To Kill a Mockingbird, and many others have such distinct cover art, but have you ever stopped to research the history and stories behind those covers?
I spent some time (a lot of time) going to the book stores this spring looking for what to read. And, without surprise, I found tons of books that pulled me to read more than I planned to – from non-fiction to memoirs, self-help and of course, children’s books. Here’s my little spring guide of […]
This April, Lambeth Council invited me to contribute to their weekly residents’ meetings. And so I was very happy to do a workshop about short story writing. A couple of residents (and neighbours) showed up and I introduced them to some ideas how to start jotting down a new story. It was not just a […]
Andrew Joyner’ The Pink Hat is a children’s book that he wrote to celebrate the 2017 Women’s March. The book, although quite short, has a nice story and illustrations. But most importantly, also carries an important message of women’s empowerment. <Read More: More Posts About Amazing Books> Because I really loved this book, I decided […]
If you’re like me, you love looking for new books that will inspire you to be a better person. Books are the perfect way how to dwell on a conversation that you knew nothing about before. In the new year, my husband and I have decided to elevate our health, happiness, and home. Here are […]
The problem with being right is that what you think is true is true – and whatever the other person says, is wrong. And this is why we argue on Christmas over food, the colour of Christmas decorations, and anything else.