Kissing booth exposé – a lesson behind all the fluff

 #byBéka It’s unbelievably hard to describe how “The Kissing Booth” manages to be so poorly written, yet so pleasant to watch, like I did so many times. The movie is based on Beth Reekles’ novel, discovered originally by a young audience on Wattpad (a fanfiction online platform). Initially, the book illustrates pre-teen energy in their… Continue reading Kissing booth exposé – a lesson behind all the fluff

Fictional Junk Food – Part One: How Fiction Can Be Bad For You

#MondayWithAimée Do you have a favorite piece of fiction? Can you think of a book, a movie, a play, a song, an opera that creates both sparkles and bubbles simultaneously inside you? I’m sure there is somewhere, in the back of your mind, carefully stored in your heart, a piece of fiction you always go… Continue reading Fictional Junk Food – Part One: How Fiction Can Be Bad For You