Pondathon Sign-Up and TBR

What is the Pondathon? The Pondathon is a co-operative and story-driven readathon hosted and run by CW from The Quiet Pond. The aim of the Pondathon is to read books and collect points to protect the friends over at The Quiet Pond from the encroaching malevolent forces that threaten our friends in the forest. Have... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Better Enjoy Books in 2020

The arrival of 2020 means a whole new year of reading. And since January is a time of making goals and making changes, maybe it's time to consider changing your approach to reading. You might just find that it makes the experience that much more satisfying. Here are five ways to better enjoy books in... Continue Reading →

Doctor Who Reflection: “Spyfall, Part 1”

The much-anticipated season 12 premiere of Doctor Who finally graced our screens last night. Entitled, "Spyfall, Part 1," this episode marks the second season of Jodie Whittaker's run as a the Thirteenth Doctor, as well as her first two-part episode. And what an episode it was! Infusing the classic Who outrageousness with classic spy tropes, "Spyfall,... Continue Reading →

New Year’s Resolutions 2020

A new year, a new chance to embrace new opportunities. Although it's way too early to see where 2020 is going to take me, and I'm not a Fool enough to think I can maintain any sort of schedule for the year, I'm establishing some achievable resolutions to help guide me. Reading 1) Read 30... Continue Reading →

Top Reads of 2019

2019 was my year of getting back into recreational reading, and it was a very good year. I've read 45 books over the course of the year, with only 9 of those being assigned reads. Out of those, I'm presenting my top reads of 2019 in five categories, reflecting on what made them effective in... Continue Reading →

5 Stories I Want to Emulate

I've been a writer since grade school, but I'm still a long way from having an identity as a writer. I'm still experimenting, figuring out what works for me, and largely just trying my hand at new stories and methods in hopes that something clicks. One thing I do know, though, is what I like... Continue Reading →

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