It’s Not About How Many Books You Get Through, but How Many Books Go Through You

Greetings! This is my wrap-up for March. I thought I'd do something a little different for this month's final post and bring you something I've been pondering recently, something I certainly have an opinion on. As I've been delving more and more into nonfiction as of late, I thought it would be a good time... Continue Reading →

Can Procrastination Be Productive?

Well, I have more thoughts on the matter, so here it is. A blog post in which I'll attempt to continue the discussion on motivation and procrastination we started earlier this month. Today I'll attempt to break down "procrastination" a little, and focus on a difference many of us struggle to make: the contrast between... Continue Reading →

Allegory and Authorial Intent

Occasionally I'll be sitting and pondering English literature (to little end), when an end will suddenly come, an intrigue: the question of authorial intent. The thoughts will start to flow, and just like that, I'll be the host of an internal debate. The central question of the debate is the following: Should we attempt to... Continue Reading →

Beating Procrastination

Well, that was an awfully assumptive title, wasn't it? Before we begin, I should probably let you know that I won't actually be sharing the secret to ending procrastination once at for all. Additionally, I cannot claim to have beat procrastination myself. What I will be doing is giving you some tips on how to... Continue Reading →

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