Reading Goals

via Reading Goals It's a bit late for announcing the year's reading goals, I realize, but I only came up with mine TODAY so actually, they're quite prompt in the grand scheme. When people talk reading goals, their first goal is always a numbered one. How many books are they planning to read per week, … Continue reading Reading Goals

The Marrow Thieves

The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline has been marketed as dystopian—which it is, taking place in a future Canada ravaged by global warming where people have lost the ability to dream—but I found it to be just as much, if not more, of a coming-of-age story. Our protagonist is sixteen-year-old Frenchie, aka French or Francis, … Continue reading The Marrow Thieves

Inspiration: Book Covers

Unsatisfied with my design education (though keep in mind I've only been in school for 10 weeks out of 52), I spent my weekend watching videos, reading books, and researching graphic design, in particular, typography and book covers.  https://www.instagram.com/p/BKgmoXMgJrO/?taken-by=byivy   In class we're working on html and we all created our own websites (yes, another) and one … Continue reading Inspiration: Book Covers