Tragedy plus time apparently equals literature. As far as years go, 2017-2018 has been an intense one.
A legend of American literature, William Faulkner is a name that simply oozes talent and impeccable writing. I can easily recall reading "A Rose for Emily" in school and the chilling feeling that followed after finishing the story.
Earlier this month I was lucky enough to take a trip down to Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee in the midst of southern culture.
I’m totally guilty of reading too many romance novels, although I don’t like when people refer to them as a ‘guilty pleasure’, after all, it is one of the most popular genres for a reason.
It was only a couple of days ago that I arrived back from an amazing three week trip in one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It lasted for twenty-one days, but on the first day I stepped off the plane I was in love.
The whole world deserves to know about 17th century poet Katherine Philips’ society she created with her friends—the Society of Friendship.
I’m definitely a family-oriented person; if there’s one group of people I can always count on besides friends, it’s without a doubt my family. They’re loving, supportive, and, at many times, so damn loud and over-the-top that I can only laugh.
I love me some Edgar Allan Poe, always have and always will. So I never shoot down the chance to hear a little more about the dark and mysterious writer. Plus I’m a complete sucker for a beautiful mansion with a rich history.
Books are a fabulous way to gain new perspective and open your mind to new ideas. However, sometimes they can be the source of controversy.
I know everyone and their mother loves a good F. Scott Fitzgerald work, but have we all forgotten about his notable significant other, the powerhouse that was Zelda Fitzgerald. Her spunk, fiery personality, and artistic style made for an explosive pairing with Scott.