Black Lives Matter: Here are 7 Books To Remind Us About Injustices ✊🏿🤎☮️📣

All proceeds from my Amazon Affiliate account will go towards a split donation group between 70+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers. Donate here. Ever since the death of Gorge Floyd, our country hasn’t been the same. Racism and police brutality has always been there even before the murder of George Floyd. This idea wasn’t new, but the movement of Black … Continue reading Black Lives Matter: Here are 7 Books To Remind Us About Injustices ✊🏿🤎☮️📣

The Devil Wears Prada: The Movie Was Better Than The Book | Book vs. Movie Review

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Designer: Lauren Weisberger

Release Season: April 22, 2003

Thread count: 401 pages

Category: Contemporary Fiction, Chick-Lit

Textiles Themes: Capitalism, Leadership, Beauty Is Pain

My Rating: ★★★.5☆☆

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The Story of an Hour: An Hour of A Woman’s Freedom

Freedom is being told, as a woman, that your husband is dead. You may have a fragile heart that any bad news could risk your health, but these bad news turn into good news. The power of given the chance at freedom is noticing the delicious breath of rain in the air. Or the patches of blue skies as the coursing blood relaxes every inch … Continue reading The Story of an Hour: An Hour of A Woman’s Freedom

Here’s What We Know About Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer So Far

May 4th will forever be a day in history of being the day that 2020 was saved. On this day, we found out about the next installment of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight saga, a book we thought that would never see the light of day. Here’s a full list of facts of what we know about the book so far: (as time passes, I will keep … Continue reading Here’s What We Know About Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer So Far

Along Came a Spider: A Good Story But A Tough Read | Book Review

Spoiler Free Where To Buy This Book: Synopsis In the first book of Alex Cross mystery series, Alex is a homicide detective with a PhD in Psychology given the case of finding the whereabouts of two kids who were kidnapped by a teacher from their private school, and not the case about a family of three who were murdered in their apartment in the ghettos … Continue reading Along Came a Spider: A Good Story But A Tough Read | Book Review

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

Turtles All The Way Down: John Green’s Next Best Book | Book Review

Spoiler Free Book Review National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Where to buy this book: I finally read Turtles All The Way Down! I bought this book right when this book was released three years ago, but never read it. I loved John Green’s books, but I was scared that this was going to be a let down. Fast forward today, in quarantine, in the mood … Continue reading Turtles All The Way Down: John Green’s Next Best Book | 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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