The truth is a stubborn thing,
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Abraham Lincoln Once Said…
You can fool some of the people, All of the time. And all of the people, Some of the time. But you can’t fool all of the people, All of the time.
The past few days I’ve watched a lot of documentaries on veganism. I have learned how the diet has helped people, but I’ve also learned that a lot of people doubt that it works. I think we have been feed a lot more lies about dairy and meat than we might think. With cancerContinue reading “Going Vegan?”
Why I like Working Out
Working out has been something I’ve done on and off. However, when school starts up again I’m hoping my work outs will continue. Here’s five reason’s why I like working out.
Authors I Wish I Could Met
We’ve all had those days where we finish a book and we find that is so good that we still have questions. Here are some authors I would want to met and the questions I would ask them.
How You can use Reading to Help You Relax
Reading gives us more benefits than we might think. A lot of us like to read for pleasure and getting to go into another world and not having to worry about the problems in our lives can be a great feeling. However, I think books can do a lot more for us then we thought.Continue reading “How You can use Reading to Help You Relax”
10 Crimes that Inspired Fiction
10) The Telltale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe(1843) Poe’s novel was inspired by the murder of Captain White. John Knapp hired a man named Richard Crowninshield to kill White on the night of April 6, 1830. The crime was described to him by Daniel Webster. 9) Crime and Punishment by Fydor Dostoyevsky(1866) HisContinue reading “10 Crimes that Inspired Fiction”
The Girl who Played With a Little More than Fire
I finally finished the second book of Stieg Larsson’s series and I will say that all my expectations were fulfilled. Rarely have a been bored with his first two books and the story just keeps getting more and more layers too. It’s like as soon as you feel like you know Lizbeth Slander, you findContinue reading “The Girl who Played With a Little More than Fire”
Should the Millennium Trilogy Continue?
If you’re into fictional crime novels, you’ve probably at least heard of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy. It became a big hit, selling millions of books in several different languages. It has all kinds of crime, from computer hacking to murder. It is one of the most complex and intriguing book series that I have ever read.Continue reading “Should the Millennium Trilogy Continue?”
Hello! Welcome to my blog, I post book related stuff, advice, and a few other random things I come across. I live in the United States and I’m out of High School. My name is Athena, but I’m not actually greek. I have a dog named Zeus who is currently around eleven years old.Continue reading “About Me”
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