October 2, 2018: Reading and Working

Sometimes I need to balance my time wisely. Finding a middle ground between performing work tasks when I’m at home, and pursuing my passion for reading and writing. I’m deep into reading my Kindle fantasy novel, just a couple chapters an evening. Ever once in a while, preparing for work leaves me so exhausted thatContinue reading “October 2, 2018: Reading and Working”

June 24, 2018: My Thoughts on ‘After Alice’

‘After Alice’ by Gregory Maguire tells an alternate story of ‘Alice in Wonderland’. The story focuses on Ada, a friend Alice briefly mentions during the popular tale of her adventures down the rabbit hole. In the beginning of the story, Ada is walking to Alice’s house when she encounters a mysterious creature. She follows it,Continue reading “June 24, 2018: My Thoughts on ‘After Alice’”

June 24, 2018: Saturday Thoughts

Andy and I visited my family this afternoon. Almost everyone was there (Brittany was at work). It was wonderful seeing them for a couple hours, especially Ana, whose sassiness is increasing with every visit! I’m almost finished with ‘After Alice’! I will write about the story within a couple days. I’m anticipating reading the nextContinue reading “June 24, 2018: Saturday Thoughts”

June 5, 2018: ‘Our Kind of Cruelty’: My Thoughts

‘Our Kind of Cruelty’ by Araminta Hall tells tells the story of Michael Hayes and his extreme love for Verity Metcalf. The story begins with Michael receiving an invitation for Verity’s wedding, as Michael is designing the perfect home for his ‘dream’ girlfriend Verity to live in, despite the fact that they no longer speak.Continue reading “June 5, 2018: ‘Our Kind of Cruelty’: My Thoughts”