Until recently, I have never really been a fan of non-fiction. Frankly, I just saw fiction versus a textbook. Just goes to show the ignorance of my non-fiction comprehension. However, I hope to right the wrong, hopefully making SuperFreakonomics something I can look back on that helped lead me down that road less traveled.
SuperFreakonomics was planned […]
Margaret Atwood first thoroughly captivated my attention with her short story “Happy Endings,” a brilliant almost hybrid-like structure. While The Penelopiad does not share the same structure, this novella maintains a unique hybrid style. Unfortunately, I have not read enough of Atwood to call her one of my favorites, but that is fault of mine I hope to […]
Before this gets going, I would like to clarify this is a review of the novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Novel. Seeing as the film does not come out until September and I do not have crazy Hollywood hookups yet, I will be talking about the original ink and pages. This means no insight […]