The Fountainhead Movie Review

Content warning: Suicide and toxic relationships will be discussed in this review. Whenever a film adaptation of a novel comes out, there will always be people who will say, “The book is better than the movie.” For a lot of the time, that sentiment is true. However, there are instances in which people will assertContinue reading “The Fountainhead Movie Review”

Valley of Shadows Book Review

Full disclosure: I was given a free PDF copy of this book by Books Forward in exchange for an honest review. Within the last few years, there has been more attention on books written by authors of color. These often reveal perspectives that’s normally not highlighted in the mainstream, and they can find ways toContinue reading “Valley of Shadows Book Review”

The Fountainhead Book Review

Ever since I reviewed Rain is Not My Indian Name by Cynthia Leitich Smith, I’ve been lowering my expectations when going into a new book. This has helped me tremendously to see the many facets of the novel in question and to be as neutral as possible. Today’s subject was a challenge because it cameContinue reading “The Fountainhead Book Review”

Outliers: The Story of Success Book Review

I’ve read plenty of nonfiction books, and I learn at least one thing from them. There are a few that I can call eye-opening. These include What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City by Mona Hanna- Attisha and today’s subject Outliers: The Story of Success byContinue reading “Outliers: The Story of Success Book Review”

The Adapt Me Podcast is Here!!!!!!!!!!!

Hi Everybody! I launched the Adapt Me Podcast this week! It’s available on Spotify and Amazon Music as of now. It’ll be on more in the coming future. I plan on releasing episodes on a monthly basis. If you want to be a guest, feel free to email me here!

What Am I Reading – Chapter Thirty-Seven

Hi Everyone, Something very special happened to me about two weeks ago. I got promoted to being an archivist, a position that I’ve wanted to be for a very long time. I’m slowly transitioning into that role as of now. In the meantime, I’ve reading lots of books to keep myself from stressing out fromContinue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Thirty-Seven”

A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius Book Review

We have our classics, and today, people debate about what should be regarded as a modern classic, as in something that should be remembered that came out recently. A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers is one such book that some people have bestowed that title on. It’s a memoir that details theContinue reading “A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius Book Review”

What Am I Reading – Chapter Thirty-Six

Hi Everyone, It’s been awhile since the last chapter, but I’ve been reading plenty of books. Recently, I finished No-Mod: Book 1 of the Mute-Cat Chronicles by Derek Porterfield and The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand from two chapters ago. With the latter, if you betted that I wouldn’t finish it, you lost. I’m currently readingContinue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Thirty-Six”

A Life Well Bred, A Life Well Led: A Personal Memoir in Eight Psychosocial Development Stages Book Review

Full disclosure: The author of the book that I am about to review is a patron at a library that I work at. All of the opinions stated in this review are solely mine. When I read Buy My Book, Not Because You Should, But Because I’d Like Some Money by John Marszalkowski about twoContinue reading “A Life Well Bred, A Life Well Led: A Personal Memoir in Eight Psychosocial Development Stages Book Review”

Miracle Creek Book Review

When certain novels get popular, there’s a risk that they can be overhyped to the point that it might ruin their appeal. Once readers finally have a chance to read about the titles in question, they might ask, “What did people see in this book?”  Miracle Creek – the debut novel of Angie Kim –Continue reading “Miracle Creek Book Review”