Reading Paper Towns as Historical Fiction

I am a massive John Green fan. From his videos to books to his podcasts, I love the things he creates and the work he does career wise as well as to improve the world. However, I hadn’t read Paper Towns, his third novel, until literally an hour ago, and I have some capital “O” opinions about the book.  Continue reading “Reading Paper Towns as Historical Fiction”

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24 Books that Changed My Life

The books that change you, that stick with you and cling hard to your ribs bury themselves deep inside, manifesting lessons and bringing forth a burst of understanding you wouldn’t otherwise understand. These are the books that are under my skin, for good, forever. These are not just my favorite books. My favorites can include romantic beach reads, weird meditations on public policy, and comic collections, but what is different about these books are the lessons that stick with me, the memories attached, and the way these books affect my perception of the world and my outlook on life.

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Saturday to Saturday: What I Read #1, June 25-July 2, 2016

I’m going to start outlining what books I read over the week, both writing about what I started, and what I finished, as well as my TBR for the following week. Let’s do this!

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