The Problem with YA Fiction: Relationships

A few days ago I came across this post on Dreamy Reads, which details some of the problems with YA fiction. She mentions love triangles and everyone having a boyfriend/girlfriend by the end of a book/series, and getting treated like you're weird if you don't have one by a certain age. I, of course, added … Continue reading The Problem with YA Fiction: Relationships

Book Review: “Love Him or Leave Him, But Don’t Get Stuck with the Tab” by Loni Love

This is a book I got for free from a GoodReads contest a few weeks ago. I thought it was hilariously appropriate because it showed up about a month after I was dumped. Since this is a self-help book (and it's halfway or more written by a ghost writer), there's no real story to judge … Continue reading Book Review: “Love Him or Leave Him, But Don’t Get Stuck with the Tab” by Loni Love

We’re Taking a Break From Our Regularly-Scheduled Shenanigans…

...to bring you this important message. Please keep in mind that this was written well past midnight after a really long and stressful day. This is something that I think people need to hear. Please excuse the sentence fragments that I know are about to happen. I had a realization the other day. A straight-up … Continue reading We’re Taking a Break From Our Regularly-Scheduled Shenanigans…

Rebuttal: Dating an English Major

We now return to our regularly-scheduled Random Friday posts, after three solid weeks of me posting my papers from last semester. I have mixed feelings about Thought Catalogue. Sometimes you can find some pretty thought-provoking articles there. And then there are articles like this. Thanks to Leslie over at A-Z Books, there's already been a … Continue reading Rebuttal: Dating an English Major