July’s Book Club Pick: Peeps by Scott Westerfeld

I’m so excited to announce this as my book club pick for the month of July! This month I want to read and review books about vampires in preparation for Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer and I couldn’t have picked a better vampire book for this month. Synopsis This book is the complete opposite of what you imagine a vampire is. Vampirism isn’t something you … Continue reading July’s Book Club Pick: Peeps by Scott Westerfeld

May’s Book Club Pick: Dear Girls by Ali Wong

Genre: Humor, memoir, autobiographyPage Count: 214Release Date: October 15, 2019 I’m so excited to announce this book as May’s book club pick! For the past four months, I’ve chosen classics and this month, I decided to spice things up. I wanted to choose a book that will make you literally laugh out loud, and just laugh away the pain. Perfect for a great laugh, just … Continue reading May’s Book Club Pick: Dear Girls by Ali Wong

Wuthering Heights: Gothic Literature At It’s Best | Book Review

Spoiler free Where To Buy This Book Helpful Links & Tips Meet All 19 Characters of Wuthering Heights (Spoiler Free). This post was very helpful to identify the character during my reading journey. As I was reading the book, all of the characters and the children of the main characters got mixed together, so it was nice that I had it all organized in one … Continue reading Wuthering Heights: Gothic Literature At It’s Best | Book Review

Wuthering Heights Fueled Into Pop Culture

Wuthering Heights is a hardcore classic novel. For those who don’t know, Wuthering Heights is a dark novel written in 1800s by Emily Brontë, a novel that uses darkness to tell a story of a revenge plot just because he didn’t get the girl he wanted. But why didn’t he get the girl he wanted? Well, because he was different. Heathcliff was an orphan with a dark complexion, working at a farm. Socially, he was “white trash” and for those reasons, rich people treated him like shit, including the girl that he loved, Cathy. Catherine loved him, but she cared more about her social standing  than Heathecliff.

Does that story line sound familiar? That’s because Wuthering Heights has influenced television shows, books, movies, and even poems. Here are some of the works where I have seen Wuthering Heights be a strong presence in.

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How Carole Baskin and Heathcliff are Both Murders

Disclaimer: The following claims are alleged, and are for entertainment purposes only. For those who don’t know who Carole Baskin is, she killed her husband. Carole Baskin is the reality star of Netflx’s Tiger King. For the purpose of this blog post, that is all you need to know. Everything else will be explained below.  For those who don’t know who Heathcliff is, he killed … Continue reading How Carole Baskin and Heathcliff are Both Murders

Meet All 19 Characters of Wuthering Heights (Spoiler Free)

This portion of the blog post is spoiler free! You may read the character descriptions, not be spoiled by the descriptions, and inspire you to read more of Wuthering Heights.

There are a total 19 characters in Wuthering Heights. It may be much, but there are so many family trees, many characters that have similar names, and characters who have the same name. Before I begin introducing you all the characters of this wonderful book, here is a family tree for you to familiarize the families.

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April’s Book Club Pick: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

Page Count: 344 Genres: Suspense, Romance Themes: Love, Infatuation, Good vs. Evil, Violence and Revenge. Access The Book For Free or Buy it Book Club Agenda Every week for the month of April, I will publish book club content to enhance your reading of Wuthering Heights. Week One: Meet the CharactersWeek Two: How Wuthering Heights Influenced Pop CultureWeek Three: Let’s talk about the major themes. … Continue reading April’s Book Club Pick: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

The Bluest Eye | Book Review

Author: Toni Morrison

Release Date: 1970

Page count: 206

Genres: Fiction, African American Literature

Themes: Beauty, Whiteness, Seeing vs. Being Seen, Sexual abuse

My Rating:★★★★★

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I read this book as part of my book club pick for the month, and I do not regret choosing this book for the month of March. This book has everything one can hope for: wit, humor, beauty, tragedy, and imagination.

Synopsis

This book focuses on the story of Pecola during the Great Depression. Pecola is a young black girl who has an abusive father and a mother who finds comfort in her job of caring for a white home. Pecola is often mocked for her dark skin and prays for blond hair and blue eyes. In this novel, you read the story of Pecola when she was taken care by another family, learn the backstory of Pecola’s parents, and ultimately, the meaning of beauty, race, and class. 

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March’s Book Club Pick: The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

Page count: 206
Publication Date: 1970
Genre: Fiction, Classic American Literature, African American Literature

I’m so excited to announce this book as the book club pick for March. March is women’s empowerment month, and I wanted to choose a book that fully encompasses that.

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February’s Book Club Pick: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

This is one of my favorite books of all time and I’m so happy to announce this months book club pick. Last month’s pick was Lolita and it was an interesting read, but many readers found it hard to connect with the text in the beginning. But this month, I wanted to choose a book that goes in theme with Valentine’s Day, but also a book that is more than just a romance book. This book talks about family dynamics, feminism, and about the theme of “money talks.” So please please please, join me this month in reading this classic.

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