Category: Reblogged

  • Loving The Pun-ishment

    Loving The Pun-ishment

    Originally posted on Libby Cole:
    Am I the only one in the world who loves puns? Maybe it’s because I don’t get out enough. Maybe it’s something to do with being a words geek. But if you start a pun war with me, I won’t need any inkcouragement. I’m going ALL IN. Sorry-Not-Sorry Unlike a…

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  • How Did It Go Down? by Kara Rosenberg

    How Did It Go Down?  by Kara Rosenberg

    Originally posted on Nerdy Book Club:
    How It Went Down by Kekla Magoon starts with an all-too-familiar scenario: a black teenager, Tariq, is shot by a white man in a poor, urban neighborhood that could take place in any city in America at any point in the recent (or not-so-recent) past. The novel begins with…

  • This 12-Year-Old Boy Needs Books. Let’s Send Him Some.

    Originally posted on 101 Books:
    Here’s your heartwarming story for the day. Last week, a mailman in Utah was delivering mail to the home of a 12-year-old boy, Mathew Flores. The kid was reading junk mail and asked the mailman if he had any extra. When the mailman, Ron Lynch, asked Flores why he was reading junk…

  • note to self: depression is a liar

    Originally posted on hpwritesblogs:
    My New Year’s resolution this year was to let someone read my writing. Aside from my articles and editorials from high school journalism, I’d never let a single soul read a creative writing piece penned by my hand. When I made the resolution, I assumed I would let one or two…

  • The Courage of Zayn Malik and Why Strong Men Cry

    The Courage of Zayn Malik and Why Strong Men Cry

    Originally posted on Media Diversified:
    by Huma Munshi   On the face of it Zayn Malik leaving One Direction shouldn’t really resonate. At 34 years old, I am past fawning over boy bands. Even when I should have been gripped by Take That fever, I had a lot more affinity with the music of old codgers…