When Holidays Are More Than Home and Happy

I believe that everyone remembers the first time they were asked to step outside their own experience of the world and realize that life weaves itself differently for every new person who enters it. The first time I realized my life wasn’t everyone’s “normal” was the first time I had a friend who wasn’t looking […]

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Never Have I Ever, Kennedy Fox Edition

Happy Release Day to Kennedy Fox and Falling for the Playboy! You can read my early review of Falling for the Playboy here. If you don’t know who Kennedy Fox is, here is the short version: Brooke Cumberland and Lyra Parish joined together to write under the pseudonym Kennedy Fox, and for a while remained […]

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#poetryisnotdead

To define poetry is to limit its infinite potential. There is a bit of poetry in all of us, in the way we move, in our words, our actions and reactions, in the bottom of the well of thoughts  hidden in our minds. Poetry is all around us. Instagram has an insanely huge poetry community, […]

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Early Review: Falling for the Playboy by Kennedy Fox

I have read every book Kennedy Fox has written, and I will continue to read every book they write. Even if they have baby fever and make so many Harry Potter references it makes me groan (WITH LOVE of course). Falling for the Playboy is their newest release (November 15th) and in typical Kennedy Fox […]

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Out of the Broomcloset and Into the Cauldron

About a year and a half ago, I received a deck of oracle cards as a wedding gift. I had been hiding from my spirituality for years, as my most recent attempt at spiritual belonging had landed me in a Christian cult that told me my photograph of me kissing my boyfriend was pornographic. Ah […]

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Ten Underrated #Bookstagrammers You Should Be Following

Despite all the trouble with Instagram (I know, I know, the algorithm), it is still an ever growing platform for practically anything under the stars. Listed here (in no particular order!), specifically, are ten #bookstragrammers that we think are totally underrated. Each one, a delightfully wonderful human who just happens to also be a book […]

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Bee’s Shelves: Spooky Edition

Fall has always felt like the perfect time to break out my classics, curl up by a fire, and read (even if the fire is slightly imaginary because I live in South Carolina, and it’s quite hot enough, thank you). Right around October, I pull all my spooky books out of closets, cabinets, and all […]

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