This Week, I Read Charlene Elsby: Hexis

Image Credit: Chaozzy Lin via Unsplash “I wanted to see him as he used to be, as the memory that still lived in the space, and I wanted to show him that I was better now, so much better. If he only knew me now instead of then he wouldn’t have, and I wouldn’t have…

This Week, I Read Kathryn Gossow’s The Dark Poet

Image Credit: Annie Spratt via Unsplash Most of the time, people misuse the word “seems.” They mean that something looks a certain way, when they mean to say that it definitely looks the way that they’ve described. “Seem” should be used when something looks a certain way, but lurking beneath its surface, it’s actually another…

This Week, I Read…Charles deLint’s The Wild Wood

This week, I read The Wild Wood, by fantasy author Charles deLint. I’ve recently been on a deLint kick, if you will. I have finally unpacked my books after being on the move for a year and a half, and found The Riddle of the Wren, which I read when I was in middle school,…