Book Review · Fiction · Uncategorized

Review: Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff

A marriage in which all is not as it seems. (A book in which all is not as rosy as the reviewers made it out to be) Lauren Groff's Fates and Furies has been one of the most talked about literary novels in recent years, with Obama calling it his favourite book of 2015. It has… Continue reading Review: Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff

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Journey · Writing

An Update on My Writing: Politics, Society and Literature 1

CN: misogyny, discrimination mentions, etc. (Toby Young and Boris Johnson) I didn't do a lot of writing during the winter break (refusing to use the term 'vacation' is a form of resistance, however mild). But I did a decent bit of planning, and I have increasing confidence of what will happen in the middle part… Continue reading An Update on My Writing: Politics, Society and Literature 1

mental health · personal · university

Returning to University: Not-being-happy and breakdowns.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzP4kQhlPBY Sometimes it feels like I've got a war in my mind I want to get off, but I keep ridin' the ride I never really noticed that I had to decide To play someone's game or live my own life And now I do I wanna move Out of the black (out of the… Continue reading Returning to University: Not-being-happy and breakdowns.

Journey · On The State of Postmodern Existence · personal · Writing

Reflections on 2017 and Goals for 2018

https://youtu.be/Y6ljFaKRTrI ^ My theme song for 2017. "I rose from the almost dead" ^ My quote of 2017 CN: suicide, anxiety, OCD 2017 was one fucking rollercoaster of a year. From outside, it is easy to conclude that 2017 has gone perfectly for me and I should be happily proud of my (academic) achievements. But… Continue reading Reflections on 2017 and Goals for 2018