Women’s March PGH – Building Bridges Stronger Than Hate

Since 2017, the Women's March on Washington has united women in America to advocate for rights and raise awareness of issues affecting women. This year, I was fortunate enough to attend the Women's March on Washington - Pittsburgh "Building Bridges Stronger than Hate". Rather than being inspirational or morale boosting, today's speeches were informative and … Continue reading Women’s March PGH – Building Bridges Stronger Than Hate

Culling Bookshelves

There comes a point in every bibliophile’s life when we have too many books. There are a few facts that are true for bibliophiles: We keep buying books. E-books, audiobooks, hardcovers, paperbacks We keep going to the library We have multiple copies of books We give books as gifts and are given books as gifts … Continue reading Culling Bookshelves

Review: Invisible Traces

Invisible Traces by Sarina Dahlan is an imaginative and poignant tale contained in a brief and beautiful moment that fully conveys the grandeur of love between two people. It begins with an all too familiar question, "Will you remember me?" Set in a futuristic world, Sarina Dahlan's world-building is masterful as if it were a … Continue reading Review: Invisible Traces

Reading Challenge – 2019

Reading and writing are a form of meditation for me. They help me understand myself and improve my life. As a writer, my reading affects my writing. As a person, my reading affects my sense of self and how I interact with others. However, I've noticed that as student life was replaced by a full time … Continue reading Reading Challenge – 2019