Faces: Up Close & Personal | Days 103, 277, 305, 377, 380 | Thaddeus Miles Photography #ShiftYourPerspective
Craig Gascoigne: Byron Bay Sand Artist | Lynn B. Walsh #Photography #Art
Many authors write short stories sporadically over the years, so sometimes these collections are simply put out once the author has written enough to fill a book. ‘The Pain Tree’ is different because you can tell the stories are carefully curated to evoke particular emotions in the reader; personally, I felt wonderment at reading them.
I would say to read this book. It may make you despair, but it may also make you think sensibly about your own future or the future of those you love.
#6thDayFunnies: ‘The Last Slice’ | Robbie & Bobby Comics
But I’ll tell you it’s full of adventure: scandalous royal plots, romance, epic battles, religious warfare, family grudges, and bad ass women. #Fantasy
This is one of the most innovative and imaginative novels I have read in a very long time. Abandon yourself to the magic and dive right in. I can fairly confidently say you’ll never look at a bee in quite the same way again.
Hoffman works as a Private Investigator in Brooklyn, so aside from that being SUPER COOL it means he has seen a lot of what he is writing about — which lends an air of authenticity to this book as well.
#6thDayFunnies: ‘Early Internet’ | Poorly Drawn Lines
All of us Snowflakes MUST listen to and learn from leaders of color in the movement, call out hateful speech, and most importantly, act! There is more to being an ally then reading a book.
‘Battleground’, though subtle for some readers, is a story of identity and belonging.
Perhaps the biggest harm of xenophobia is the tendency to turn away refugees.
To deny one’s identity is to deny a person’s needs.