The Truth About the University of Toronto

“Don’t lose it—it’s just a parking machine,” I told myself as I stood outside the Hart House trying to buy a parking permit using a machine that refused to work. It was a lovely sunny afternoon in November when I decided to revisit my former campus, grab something to eat, and perhaps get some writing … Continue reading The Truth About the University of Toronto

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Redefining NaNoWrimo

Now that the NaNoWrimo2018 has officially arrived, it’s time to redefine its purpose. Traditionally, it’s supposed to be the time for writing your 50 K novel. To become part of NaNoWrimo, you would need to register on the website, announce your novel via social media, and start writing. There is a whole online system to … Continue reading Redefining NaNoWrimo

A Few Thoughts On 2018 Eurovision Winner

On May 12, Israeli Netta Barzilai won the annual Eurovision Song Contest with her catchy pop/dance song called "Toy."[1] Wrapped in a "colorful, happy vibe," the song makes an allusion to female awakening and a call for social justice. Immediately, the streets of Tel Aviv became filled with happy people dancing and jumping into fountains. … Continue reading A Few Thoughts On 2018 Eurovision Winner

Book Blitz & Giveaway: The History of Hilary Hambrushina by Marnie Lamb

Publication date: May 31st, 2017 Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult Synopsis Hilary has one goal for her first year in junior high: to become popular. But her plans are turned upside down when her best friend leaves for the summer and a quirky girl named Kallie moves in next door. Kallie paints constellations on her ceiling, sleeps in … Continue reading Book Blitz & Giveaway: The History of Hilary Hambrushina by Marnie Lamb