Book Talk: Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

“It’s much easier to be brave if you don’t know everything.” Number the Stars by Lois Lowry talks about the struggle during the time when Nazis were occupying Denmark. This is a historical fiction work, and it could help us readers understand more of what the survivors went through and how they made it. In…

Book Talk: the Spy by Paulo Coelho

Mata Hari. Possibly the most famous female spy of her time. Possibly one of the best mysteries to solve. A woman. A mother. An artist. A lover. Who was this woman? If anyone asked me, I would always mention Paulo Coelho as one of my favorite writers. His gifts lie in his writing, inspiring readers,…

IT Review: A Fancy Boggart for A Treat

I watched this movie once, for all the wrong reasons. Not that I didn’t think this movie would be worth the time and money, I just honestly did not think my heart could take it. I almost died. Multiple heart attacks. Not enough snacks. And why on earth did I watch this alone at night?…

The Devil’s Girl

Some nights the cruel ceiling condemns you, Mocking your choices and where you’re at, Not here, not there where you wish To be strong takes courage and guts You don’t have, for you are sleeping with the devil And you’re too scared to walk away. He beats you, hurts you, pins you down With empty…

Fair Deception

Sometimes the truth lies in the right questions, like the ones hinted during the end to an age. You know those moments, when you find yourself sitting down with a long term partner who broke your heart and yet asked for a second chance – when you come up with plans and things this person…