Posted in 2018, Books, LGBTQ+, May, Reviews, Young Adult

Call Me By Your Name – Book Review

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Oh my, do I have a lot of posts to upload for you lot today as I’ll be uploading not one, not two, but three book reviews. Behold – the first post! Continue reading “Call Me By Your Name – Book Review”

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Posted in 2018, Comedy, May, Short Stories, Uncategorized, Writing

A Monument To Our Friendship – A Short Story

Here, for your birthday and as a monument to our friendship, I have hung up all the photographs I have taken of you this past year. Like… Continue reading “A Monument To Our Friendship – A Short Story”

Posted in 2018, April, Books, Contemporary, Discussion, LGBTQ+, Reviews, Romance, Short Stories, Summary, Writing, Young Adult

April 2018 Summary

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I’m happy to have gotten some uploads this month, especially since I’ve attended my first ever book club as well as a creative writing group in Manchester, UK (I will be uploading posts about both at some point). So, for those who don’t know, here is what I got up to this April. Continue reading “April 2018 Summary”

Posted in 2018, April, Books, LGBTQ+, Reviews, Romance, Young Adult

Every Day – Book Review

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Here is a book I read as part of the LGBTQ+ book club my friend runs in Manchester, UK. We discussed it in detail one evening and it really was a great time. Seriously, I would recommend going to a book club to discuss…well, books.

Now without further ado, here is what I thought of Every Day by David Levithan. Continue reading “Every Day – Book Review”

Posted in 2018, April, Short Stories, Writing

The Last Thirteen Minutes – A Short Story

I was born on New Year’s Day, 1900. Exactly when midnight struck. I know this to be true: Father divided his attention equally between my birth and the clock. Mother insisted I was born a minute after, however she had admitted that her mind was otherwise too occupied to be completely sure. Continue reading “The Last Thirteen Minutes – A Short Story”

Posted in 2018, Books, Contemporary, Discussion, March, Romance, Young Adult

Why I Think Flight Of A Starling Is On Par With Romeo and Juliet

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In the final segment of “Posts I Should Have Uploaded In March But Otherwise Couldn’t”, here is a discussion post. Before I begin, I will be talking about Flight Of A Starling in some detail, so here is a spoiler warning. Continue reading “Why I Think Flight Of A Starling Is On Par With Romeo and Juliet”