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Note to Self by Connor Franta

Rating: 4.65 What is it about? "This is an open diary. This gives my insides a voice through visuals and poetry; this is me spilled out on paper." 'Note to Self' is a non-fictional memoir Written by twenty something CEO,... Continue Reading →

My Trip to London: Part Two

  Hello my dear readers and welcome back to London! In the last post I talked about the different bookshops I visited, o in this post I decided to talk about some of the different attractions, shopping areas and touristy spots... Continue Reading →

My Trip to London: Part One

Hello my dear readers! I'm back from my little hiatus and from my trip to London. So basically I'm going to be sharing my experience in three consecutive (hopefully entertaining) posts. This first one is going to be about the... Continue Reading →

Manga Mini Reviews: Part 2

I'm sorry! I know I have been a very lazy blogger, I'm horrible and I'm so sorry 😥 there has just been so much going on this month and I've been under a lot of stress that I just have... Continue Reading →

The Art Gallery of Ontario

So I recently visited the AGO as a part of a field trip hosted by my school. Now normally I wouldn't be writing about this since visiting a gallery is pretty common but the reason I wanted to talk about... Continue Reading →

Helpful Artists To Get you Started

Hey readers! I got a question for you, are you just starting out with art? Need a little help learning the basics or mastering a certain style? Well here are some helpful artists and tips to get you started! Helpful... Continue Reading →

A story told through pictures: graphic novel mini reviews.

Hello dear readers! Today I will be sharing my thoughts about some of the graphic novels I've read so far, so sit back, relax and enjoy this post! #1 Beautiful Creatures: the manga by Kami Garcia So I read this... Continue Reading →

How to Pick Your Next Read

Stumped on what to read next? Well never fear because I have a creative idea to help you pick your next book. The Tbr Book Jar  Steps Find an empty glass jar, doesn't matter what size or shape. Decorate the... Continue Reading →

The Sculptor by Scott McCloud

Rating: 3.70 Plot: Twenty six year old David Smith is at a loss. Being a sculptor is hard work and he’s hit a dry spell. Not being able to sculpt a single piece is driving him mad and he’s down... Continue Reading →

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