Tag: reading

Hard Truths from ‘Of Mice and Men’

Of Mice and Men is a novella by John Steinback and was released in 1937. It’s a story about a pair of men traveling and looking for work, dreaming of owning their own land. Here’s what this book taught me about life: If something… Continue Reading “Hard Truths from ‘Of Mice and Men’”

Invasion Tips from The War of the Worlds (H.G. Wells)

H.G. Wells released his novel, The War of the Worlds in 1897. This is a science fiction book exploring what might happen if Martians invaded the earth. Over a hundred years after the publication of this novel, it still has the power to make… Continue Reading “Invasion Tips from The War of the Worlds (H.G. Wells)”

3 Insights from Never Cry Wolf that will Make You Think

Farley Mowat wrote Never Cry Wolf in the mid 20th century about his experience studying a small wolf pack. He was able to learn much about this misunderstood species in a time when wolves were greatly feared and seen as devils. This book opened… Continue Reading “3 Insights from Never Cry Wolf that will Make You Think”

Twelventures #1: At Home

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Dear Jane (Eyre)…Thank You

The story of your arduous life is beautiful. Even the darkest moments add vibrant colors to the portrait of your adventures. You are a prime example of how an unfortunate soul can endure through the hardships of life and find love and happiness. You’re… Continue Reading “Dear Jane (Eyre)…Thank You”

Dear COVID-19…WTH

Seriously, where the hell did you come from? I was minding my business, going to work, doing my daily routine and then you swoop in and shut EVERYTHING down. Joke’s on you, COVID-19. I’m a homebody. I’ve been reading up a storm lately. I’ve… Continue Reading “Dear COVID-19…WTH”