The Sun and Her Flowers: Little Fluffs Of Nothing, But Longer Fluffs Of Something | Book Review

Spoiler Free Author: Rupi Kaur Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Page count: 256 Genres: Poetry Themes: love, feminism, self-love, and immigration My Rating: ★★★☆☆ Synopsis Compared to her first collection of poems, this collection of poems are much more personal. The Sun and Her Flowers reflects on Ruri’s past relationships, her admiration for her mother and culture, and talks more about what it is like … Continue reading The Sun and Her Flowers: Little Fluffs Of Nothing, But Longer Fluffs Of Something | Book Review

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

Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?: Sunday Short Story Review

Author: Joyce Carol OatesRelease Date: 1966Genres: General Fiction, ThrillerThemes: Loss of Innocence, Feminism, Sexuality, ViolenceWord Count: 7000 words, 9 pages Read It Here Synopsis This twisted short story follows 15 year old white girl, Connie. Connie believes she’s pretty, is confident in the way she dresses and walks, and like any other fifteen year old, in midst of an adolescent rebellion. Three pages in, after … Continue reading Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?: Sunday Short Story Review

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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