REVIEW: Under the Bridge by Rebecca Godfrey

For this post, I ended up going back into a book that I started with I was younger. In elementary school, I was blessed to attend the Globe Theatre to see the one-woman play The Shape of a Girl. It was incredibly powerful and inspired me to look deeper into the murder of Reena Virk. …

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REVIEW: Columbine by Dave Cullen

The last few books that I have read have taken an emotional toll on me. Yet, I find myself unable to stop. The need to consume real, raw material is a call that I cannot ignore. Despite having completed my degree, I am still called to learn more, to educate myself beyond the scope of …

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REVIEW: Inseparable by Emma Donoghue

Earlier this year, I was checking out my library's 2SLGBTQ* selections and I came across a book that piqued every part of my interest. Not only was it about women who love women, but it was also about literature. I immediately requested the book, so I could dive into a novel that combined two of …

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