Southeast Asia: Wrap-up!

Yesterday morning, my sister said five times in the span of an hour, "it's November," with surprise and awe. My brother said, "it feels like it was March and then October, and next month it will feel like March and then November, and I'll completely forget October." Isn't that exactly how time works now? March … Continue reading Southeast Asia: Wrap-up!

5 Books to Read Instead of Stephen King

Stephen King and I have a lot in common. We share the same birthday, we both love monsters and things that go bump in the night, and we both are wildly successful and exciting authors (well, I'm manifesting that last one still). Because of these similarities, he's always danced around the edge of my TBRs, … Continue reading 5 Books to Read Instead of Stephen King