Helium

My Thoughts Goodness gracious Helium was such a breath of fresh air. Francisco writes with a voice that is down to earth and full of so much truth about life today in America. I greatly enjoyed this collection, it was free verse but many of the poems were still littered with beautiful metaphors and allegories. …

Bird Box

My Thoughts There are very few books that I would consider hard to forget, but even years after I read Bird Box, I remember how much this book chilled me. With a world gone blind after a mysterious evil appears and drives humanity insane, the premise of this novel stands out. The absence of sight …

Unfuck Your Sleep: The #1 Non-Negotiable Necessity for Emotional and Physical Health

My Thoughts Sleep and I, we’ve never had a good relationship. I suffered from night terrors and sleep paralysis into my twenties, I always struggled to fall and stay asleep, so I became an unrepentant night owl. I suffer from anxiety, so the quiet night always felt especially busy to me, and I’d stay up …

The Vines

My Thoughts At Spring House, it’s not just a lone ghost that haunts the property‚ÄĒsomething has awoken. Something about this house makes it feel alive. That’s the impression I got going into The Vines, and I thought it was a unique twist to the classic haunted house story. The plot is heavily character-driven, with a …

You Have Arrived at Your Destination

My Thoughts This was an interesting little think piece about technology and genetics, exploring the ethics of fertility clinics and the option for high-paying customers to influence the traits of their children. IVF services are already available that allow parents to screen for heredity diseases and select a gender or eye color. You Have Arrived …