With all that's been happening in the world, and all the heavy books and articles I've been reading, and the news programs blasting a new crisis every hour, I really felt like I need something light to calm my soul. This book sounded like just the thing.
Archie Roach is an Indigenous Australian musician, and was a part of 'the stolen generation' as a child. It took me a little bit longer than usual to read the book, because at times it really was not a fun read. Important, yes. Very. But fun? No, not the whole time.
"Freedom of speech doesn’t mean the right to say what you want without rebuttal."
I read All the Bright Places almost two years ago, and fell head over heels for it. For many reasons. But mainly, I connected with the characters, and my heart broke for them. The Netflix adaptation came out recently and I was, of course, excited. It wasn't as good as the book, unsurprisingly, but, even … Continue reading Thought of the Day – 10/03/2020
Hello, and welcome to another blog on the internet. Thanks for tuning in. That's an idiom from the olden days, when we had to tune televisions and radios. Is that still a thing? Sorry, I have this habit of thinking I'm older and less relatable than I am. Back to the point - I'm starting … Continue reading First things’ First