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Suite for Barbara Loden, by Nathalie Léger (A Book Review)

I read Nathalie Léger‘s Suite for Barbara Loden, and now I’m going to rant about it. I’m not going to lie —  I didn’t even plan on reading it in the beginning. It was assigned for class, but I missed the screening of Wanda, the movie this reading is based on. I learned about the …

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“Mumblings of a Fool,” by Momus Najmi (A Book Review)

I’ve been following Momus Najmi on Twitter and Instagram for some time now, and I’ve found his unique and insightful posts deeply refreshing in a sea of social media sameness. Najmi’s voice on social media is identical to his voice in Mumblings of a Fool: honest, fearless, wise, and unrelenting. He’s that person who speaks …

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“Nefelibata,” by Athena Belle-Fairplay (A Book Review)

I don’t usually write book reviews; as a matter of fact, this is only the second one I’ve ever posted on this blog. My [unintentional] “celibacy” in regards to not blogging about other authors’ books persisted for a long while without any glitches.  It’s not exactly like I was going out of my way to …

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“Six Strings and a Bottle,” by Swan Workman (A Book Review)

Six Strings and a Bottle is a quick and wonderful read by Swan Workman which goes hand-in-hand with its corresponding music (as it seems was intended by the author). The writing style is, without a doubt, packed with a skill, sentiment, and eloquence that makes it enticing even on its own. As for the actual story …