Here are the different apps I use to turn my life into a series of metrics!
Hello readers, both of books and my blog! I'm sorry the post for this months book club is a little on the late side. If you read the book with me, you might understand why it took me a little longer to finish. Anyways, on with the discussion! Remember this isn't a review, and I… Continue reading April Book Club: Americans in Space by Mary E. Mitchell
Another book that I've already read, but one that informed my views on healthy relationships and seeking help when you need it at a young age. This book has violence, drugs, and extremely crass language, but I think it's a book that every teenager should read, especially before entering any serious relationship. Bold statement, I… Continue reading Book Club: Leslie’s Journal by Allan Stratton
In the interest of full disclosure I have to start this with the confession that I am extremely biased to this book because I read it several years ago and fell in love with it. However, after re-reading it I think it really holds up. It's a confusing book to explain but basically a high… Continue reading Book Club: Dreadful Sorry by Kathryn Reiss