The Glass Woman: A Review —

The Glass Woman centers around a woman named Rósa, who will do whatever it takes to make sure that her mother is taken care of, including marrying a man she hardly knows. While this book was recently written and taken place in the 1600’s, I felt as though it was written well before our time. The Glass Woman reads as though it is a book of classic literature, and I believe the writing and story elements in this book are so powerful that it will end up becoming a classic itself. Lea wrote this

5 REQUIRED READS IN COLLEGE THAT WERE ACTUALLY WORTH A DAMN —

One of the most popular reactions I get from people when I tell them I’m an English major is, “Oh, so you’re going to be a teacher?” It was neither my intent to be a teacher, nor a dream to stand in front of a group of seemingly intellectual students and stuff grammar and literature down their throats. Let me make this clear- there is nothing wrong with being a teacher. It was just never a dream of mine. The main reason I became an English major is because I love to read, and I love to delve dee

American Prison: A Review —

This was an OUTSTANDING book. I am a lover of all things non-fiction and prison related, so this book was right up my alley. Shane went to great lengths as a reporter to tell a true, raw, and shocking story of what it’s like to be a guard in prison. Every other chapter included some history about prisons. At first I thought, “Oh great, this is going to be boring.” It absolutely was NOT. I was taken aback reading old stories of people being beaten, brutalized, and killed by the guards who were
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