Thinking about Women in the Public Eye and Saying the word “Feminism”

I’ve been thinking a lot about what we expect of the people who we’ve chosen as role models. When Shailene Woodley recently said she was not a feminist, many in the feminist blogosphere were upset. Was I saddened? Yes. But I wasn’t exactly surprised. Shay is after all, a 23 year-old actress. Her focus is … Continue reading Thinking about Women in the Public Eye and Saying the word “Feminism”

My Thoughts On Harry Potter

As I sat in my room a week ago watching the cast of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows arrive in Trafalgar Square for the premiere of the final movie, my emotions were all over the place. These books, and these movies have been such a part of my life, through so many years, that … Continue reading My Thoughts On Harry Potter

Book 31: Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban

Book Title: Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban Author: JK Rowling Published: 1999 Pages: 317 Category: fiction: fantasy I love Prisoner of Azkaban. It's easily my favourite of the seven. I love the Marauders, I love the backstory, I love the Marauder's map, I love Moony, Padfoot, and Prongs, and I especially love Sirius … Continue reading Book 31: Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban

Book 29: Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone

Book Title: Harry Potter & The Philosopher's Stone Author: JK Rowling Published: 1997 Pages: 223 Category: fiction: fantasy The Harry Potter books are easily the most important books in my life. Because of them I have met wonderful people and had experiences that I never would have imagined before becoming a Potter Person. That may … Continue reading Book 29: Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone