Childhood

25 Jun 19
In the Library With a Candlestick

ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley Publication date: June 25, 2019. I loved the last book in this series so I jumped at the chance for an ARC of this one. Lou and Gavin have been friends forever (aka since Lou moved next door in 4th grade). Lou’s grandfather has died and her grandmother […]

25 Jun 19
Hurn Publications

James Barry started out life as Margaret Ann Bulkley, born to a very poor family in Ireland in the 1789. When Barry was a child it is believed she was raped by an uncle and gave birth to a child. From a young age Margaret wanted to pursue things not “fit for a woman” like […]

25 Jun 19
theunsaidsite

Who is a Heroine according to you? A woman who’s the chief character in her story. The star actor of the film. The woman everyone looks up to. The story of her life revolves around her right? But does that just exist in the movies and story books? Have you ever felt like you are […]

25 Jun 19
paperavocado

The campaign aims to raise awareness about the perils of congestion and pollution in cities which talks about the need to build parks. Sustainability and rethinking urban planning are the two main points of focus behind the movement #ParksNotParking. As an official partner and sponsor of the ICC Men’s World Cup 2019, Uber will cash […]

25 Jun 19
Letters From The Lighthouse

Title: Blue Nights Author: Joan Didion First published: 2011 Dates read: 10.6.-17.6.2019 Category: first time read, library book, memoir Rating: 4/5 The book in five words or less: fascinating and thought-provoking My thoughts: In Blue Nights, Joan Didion, one of America’s foremost non-fiction authors, reflects on the death of her only daughter, Quintana Roo. Didion’s […]

25 Jun 19
Newsy Today

It was about time. From so much to miss we have been imposed, almost without wanting it, a successful and growing industry of nostalgia. We usually long for that summer, that unfinished story and the inaugural odor of all the first times. That bittersweet, universal but historically nuanced querencia has served to promote recently the […]

25 Jun 19
Western Armenia

A group of Dersim Armenians during a press conference in Armenia. (Source: Armenpress) YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Dersim Armenian Mihran Gultekin Savior believes that Turkey’s policies have not changed as it continues expelling Armenians and Kurds to replace them with Turkmens living abroad. Savior, who returned to his Armenians roots years ago, told Armenpress journalists the following. “Today […]

25 Jun 19
Lauren Kim Art

There’s certain places in my mind…I can’t bare to relive. There’s parts of myself I don’t know how to let go of or forgive. I look in the mirror & sometimes I just look the other way. Happiness always wants to come & go, I can’t force it to stay. But there’s a strength in […]

25 Jun 19
Everyone's Favourite Tenerife blog

The second edition of the Blue Jazz Tenerife festival is almost here. It will be on June 29th at Punta de Abona and Porís de Abona, in the municipality of Arico.  Also, Blue Jazz Tenerife does not come alone. The festival is accompanied by the race ‘ Dialprix Blue Running 2019’ which this year celebrates […]

25 Jun 19
Much Ado about Books

For about a year fantasy was really the only genre that I read, recently I’ve branched out and read more genres. I’ve been really interested in nonfiction, contemporary, and historical fiction books. It’s been fun branching out because honestly I’ve gotten in a bit of a rut with fantasy books. That being said, it’s still […]

25 Jun 19
AfroMapenzi

I have been looking for the best introduction to this next post for a while, and every time I write, I keep deleting it. I write and delete it. Write and delete. The post is in my mind, but the beginning just seems to disappear. This post is dedicated to all those who have some […]

25 Jun 19
OatmealBreakfast Thinks

Another problem I have is wanting to be the smartest person in the world. I have to be the only person in the room with all the clever ideas. I am sure of it that 487 is not my lucky number. I don’t want to be my lucky number either. I am going to find […]

25 Jun 19
The Comic Vault

Food is a great way of helping people get in touch with their culture. Someone born to parents from different countries might have only been able to taste a certain kind of cooking. For example, Nadia Van Dyne, the daughter of Hank Pym and a Hungarian woman called Maria Trovaya, may have grown up with […]

25 Jun 19
Bakchormeeboy

Learning to put the brakes on trauma with a lesson on driving. Getting a handle on trauma is often like driving on a rainy day. Your perspective is foggy, the road ahead is slippery, and you can’t shake the constant anxiety that accompanies every second in the driver’s seat. And with Wag the Dog theatre’s […]

25 Jun 19
Social Bulletin Site

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