May TBR/ Books I’ve Been Reading for Forever

may is a shared month. july and august, everyone is in different parts of the world; december and january, people pack their moments into a bag big enough only for loved ones. but may is a shared month. for almost everyone, it means flowers, birthdays, and the realization that you’re almost halfway through the year, which is arguably more annoying than spring allergies. here are … Continue reading May TBR/ Books I’ve Been Reading for Forever

🌈Aristotle and Dante + 🌈Simon vs The Homosapien Agenda | Double Rainbow Book Review!

Today I am going to be reviewing two books- Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe and Simon vs the Homosapien Agenda. (well, wasn’t that a mouthful) I thought it would be fit to mush them into one post because they both have long titles (😶is that even a reason?), and they are both awesome LGBTQ YA books that I read in November. Also, … Continue reading 🌈Aristotle and Dante + 🌈Simon vs The Homosapien Agenda | Double Rainbow Book Review!

The Four Locations of Time

Inspired by the four locations in Northrop Frye’s book Words with Power. Basically, he envisioned these four mythic locations for literature: the Garden, the Furnace, the Cave and the Mountain.  Here I tried to trace the trace of Time in our lives with four metaphorical images/locations. So during your lifetime your Time may flow to different places. The mundane life happens in the facade. The melodrama is … Continue reading The Four Locations of Time

The Life-Changing Magic of Messing up (Your Shelf)

In response to The Daily Post’s Daily Prompt: Shelf. The daily prompt today gave me a sense of guilt. Even Shakira going “I messed up tonight… I want to try everything even though I could fail” (“Try Everything”) could not justify anything. And Meghan Trainor was pretty much singing “Don’t think about it/Just move your body” (“Better When I’m Dancing”) in my earbuds to no … Continue reading The Life-Changing Magic of Messing up (Your Shelf)

Lil Sister

An interior designer came and said, that my room Would look so much better with a bunk bed. Oh a bunk bed! Like a piano with two sets of keys. Sometimes they fight. Inharmonious notes called discords. But sometimes you get a duet too.     A monk who claims to be Tibetan came and said, that because my zodiac Is a dragon, I need a … Continue reading Lil Sister