It was all in the way he threw the cards at me. I knew it was beginning. My best friend, his sister, had set this up for that purpose – to begin something. She had wanted us to date for months, and truth be told, he was cuter than I initially expected when she told … Continue reading One Card Left
Since I absolutely adored Simon vs. the Homo sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, it's safe to say that I had high expectations for its sequel, Leah on the Offbeat. But regardless of how high my expectations were, it still exceeded them. While Simon vs. was told from the point of view of Simon Spier, Leah on the Offbeat is told from the … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ‘Leah on the Offbeat’ exceeded all of my expectations
Today is the third birthday of Simon vs. the Homo sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, and I took that as a sign that I need to talk about how much I adore it. This is one of the best books I have read in a long time, okay? It even beats Turtles All the Way Down, which is saying … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Will I ever write a novel as good as ‘Simon vs. the Homo sapiens Agenda’?
To you, I miss you, but I'm not sure if I miss your intellectual presence as much as I miss your physical one. I can get over not texting you every day. I mean, it's not like we ever talked about much or connected in any way other than our lips. But you were the … Continue reading A Letter to the First
Every day, I can look at my twitter feed and see at least one person talking about what other people do. It's often something minuscule, like watching 'too much' television or posting about their relationship for the world to see. It's almost always something that doesn't affect the person tweeting at all, but they still … Continue reading You don’t have to comment on everything people do