Book Review #34: Dear Pink by Michelle Angelle

After catching her high-school sweetheart in bed with another woman, Hannah's life starts to spiral into a dark, dismal state. Not only are her dreams of going to art school crushed, but she's also alone without her parents or best friend. That is, until she receives the bucket list: a set of things Libby says …

Book Review #33: Muck World by C.G. Lewis

Following the Ever Rain, a global superstorm that melted ice caps, rose sea levels, and forced the survivors to seek higher ground, society exists in makeshifts towns and villages, barely scraping by the best they can in the horrific, muddy circumstances. Civilization as we knew it fell with the rain, and with its fall, divides …

A Little More

TW: This post contains discussions around intense grief. I went back to work this week. For the first time in two months. At first, it was a bittersweet feelings. I've missed my colleagues; I've craved more structure in my life. Yet, at the same time, I wasn't ready to put summer behind me. You would …