“Poets, Artists, Lovers: A Novel,” by Mira Tudor

4/5 Stars Poets, Artists, Lovers is a character driven novel that appeals to a wide audience. Not much happens in this novel except that the characters live their life. Yet, it is still a beautifully written story that teaches readers about art, love, and life at 20-something-years old. I am a sucker for any novel … Continue reading “Poets, Artists, Lovers: A Novel,” by Mira Tudor

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“Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? And Other Concerns,” by Mindy Kaling

2/5 Stars This book was recommended to me by at least three friends. Some of these friends had already seen “The Office’ (a television show that Kaling wrote for) and read her book because they liked her from the show, and the others had never seen the show but wanted to after reading her book. … Continue reading “Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? And Other Concerns,” by Mindy Kaling

Hulu’s Television Show “The Handmaid’s Tale” Review

  Whenever I heard that the dystopian novel "The Handmaid's Tale" was being turned into a television series, I decided it was finally time to read the novel. I loved the unique world that Atwood had built, but her writing techniques took pleasure away from the experience. Hulu's version made a lot more sense to … Continue reading Hulu’s Television Show “The Handmaid’s Tale” Review