Thanks to Raincoast books for an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review! “The gun jerks, and I yank away, but she has my wrist in an iron grip…She’s staring at me, blue eyes impossibly wide. She hisses a harsh stream of foreign language, as if she’s uttering a curse,” (Armstrong 10). Casey …

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Well, so much for “back to your regularly scheduled programming” I guess. I don’t really have an excuse, it’s not that I haven’t been writing though. I’ve been participating in NaNoWriMo and ended up reaching 50K early, my first time reaching the goal early. It’s not done, much like last years story which took FOREVER …

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I’ve been largely silent on this blog during this time and that isn’t right. While I’ve shared articles and posts on Facebook and in my Instagram stories, it isn’t enough. I don’t want to be a performative ally, I want to help and I don’t know how. As a privileged white woman I’ve worried about …

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You read that right, WE’RE IN HAMILTEN AGAIN! I am so excited to bring a shortened version of The End of July, a play I spent all of last year working on with the Feminista playwrighting unit which I’m apart. It started out as a play I wrote in 24 Hours for a contest for my …

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“Because that’s what the story’s really about: getting out of paying your debts. That’s not how they tell it, but I knew. My father was a moneylender, you see,” (Novik 3). I adore fairy tales and especially their retellings. I’ve heard of Naomi Novik’s hit Uprooted and plan on reading it at some point, but …

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Well it’s November and that means a couple of things. First it means we’re back to our regularly scheduled blog posts, which means one personal post every Monday with a possible book review thrown in later to mix it up. While the hybrid Inktober thing was a pretty fun exercise I’m not sure if I’d …

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