Well. It's certainly been an interesting week. Not just for the Americans, but for every onlooker around the world. So in the theme of watching from the sidelines here's my review on Ham on Rye. We follow Charles Bukowski's semi-autobiographical story through the eyes of character Henry Chinaski. Henry tells us of all his escapades from … Continue reading Ham on Rye by Charles Bukowski: A Review!
I remember talking to you, happy, smiling, joyous, free. Soft and teasing green eyes cross the waters, the zones, to me. I remember seeing you through that small square box, chocolate-brown hair at best the clear, sweet peal of your laughter that rang from your chest. I remember your silence. One moment you … Continue reading Remember
Wow! It's been a while since I've made one of these posts - turns out there's no rest for the wicked. I just wanted to get a chance to settle in, but of course, when in Rome London I have to take things as they come. What is it like to work in HarperCollins, you ask? … Continue reading Graduate Life: HarperCollins! (Part 4)
I will always remember my first flight as a child. The sheer excitement of feeling the plane rise into the air and the gradual sink of my stomach as I would climb higher and higher. It is easily one of the most exhilarating and terrifying experience. A feeling that I felt was replicated in A.J. … Continue reading Final Boarding: A Review!
Before I begin my review, I'd just like to say again, thank each and every single one of my readers who have not only read of my current ventures, but have given me words of support throughout. It means much more than you know. Now, without further ado here are my thoughts on The Girl On … Continue reading The Girl On The Train: A Novel Made for Big Screens?
For the past year, I had wondered what exactly my impact would be upon not only the people close to me, but the legacy I would leave behind. Of course this sounds more on the bleak side, but since the long journey of education is over, (at least, for the time being) I'm finding myself … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: The Importance of Diversity & My Blog
Note: A friend of mine expressed her interest in writing a review for my blog, and who am I to say no? The more people I can have here sharing what they love to read is fantastic. Anyway, I'll pass the baton on to her review of Through The Woods! Enjoy. * Twisting branches become grasping fingers, … Continue reading Through The Woods by Emily Carrol: A Review!