It’s only July? I know most of us wish that 2020 would just end already, but alas that is not the case. We have about 6 months left in the year and as much as I would love to have my life to return to some form of normality, I am using this unusual gift of time to read new 2020 titles and also books that have been on TBR shelf for awhile.Continue reading “Best Books of 2020: So Far…”
Jojo Moyes has released an exclusive story based on the character Louisa Clark from the Me Before You trilogy.Continue reading “Jojo Moyes Releases a New Short Story”
Pages: 192 pages
Published: January 22, 2019
Publisher: Crown Books for Young Readers
Genre: Young Adult, Nonfiction, Poetry, Short Stories Continue reading “Book Review: Parkland Speaks edited by Sarah Lerner”
Pages: 416 pages
Published: January 8, 2019
Publisher: Balzer +Bray
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Anthologies, Short Stories Continue reading “Book Review: Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America edited by Ibi Zoboi”
Pages: 56 pages
Published: February 26, 2015
Publisher: Penguin Classics
Genre: Fiction, Short Stories, Classics
A short story by Kate Chopin. The story takes place in an unnamed city–a city large enough to have a department store, a fashionable restaurant, a theater, and a cable car–probably in the early 1890s.
Kate Chopin was a great writer and never given the respect she deserved during her lifetime. Besides her popular novel, The Awakening, Chopin explores taboo issues such as what is it like to be a woman in society or the race identity. Like her popular novel, The Awakening, Chopin was never afraid to talk about issues and takes on the challenges that everyone else is afraid to touch.