This post was inspired by something my mother said. I don’t remember it verbatim, but it was something like this: I had an idea of something for you to blog about, but I can’t remember it. If she had remembered it, I’m sure I would’ve listened respectfully and at least considered the idea. All the… Continue reading Creativity v Suggestion
I’m an only child. To make up for this, many of my favorite fictional characters (and sometimes my favorite famous people) are like family to me. I used to shy away from this, because I thought if people knew, they would think I was weird. But more recently, I’ve embraced it. I even admitted it… Continue reading My Fanmily
If I had to choose between writing my own blog and reading others, I don’t think I could.
In response to Reading Makes You Live Longer
One day, in one of my English classes this past year, my professor – who just happens to be the head of the English department at Randolph-Macon College – said something like this: “We don’t read for escapism. We read to critique.”