In no time at all, my eldest has made it to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and is now half way to the end of the book and the series itself. I have always wanted my children to love reading and this is a success I have no issue in claiming. We know our … Continue reading They need to see me read, not because I have to, but because I want to.
When something that you love becomes associated with something hurtful, you yourself risk being associated with that hurtful thing. This happens throughout the artistic world. Many artists create work that provokes humor and spirit out of harmony with the discord they sow in real life. Understandably, the attitudes and beliefs of a person will impact … Continue reading When good stuff is made by people who say and do mean things.
There are few book series that I respond to quite like Harry Potter. I first met Harry Potter during high school. A classmate walked into geometry, completely absorbed in book one, and found her seat without even looking. It wasn’t too much later in the year that the same thing happened, but this time it … Continue reading No spoilers: me and Harry Potter.