“Today Means Amen” by Sierra de Mulder | Slammin’ on the One

Everyone always says, “Don’t read the comments.” This is one instance in which I’m glad I read the comments. If I hadn’t, I wouldn’t have known that “Today Means Amen,” Mulder’s sequel, as it were, to yesterday’s poem, “Werewolf,” even existed. So naturally, I listened. And naturally, I found it to be powerful and beautiful, … More “Today Means Amen” by Sierra de Mulder | Slammin’ on the One

“Werewolf” by Sierra de Mulder | Slammin’ on the One

National Poetry Month Day 2. Let’s see how many days in a row I can do this before I run out of steam. After I posted “Your Life” by Andrea Gibson yesterday, I perused the online catalogue of the library and found one of their collections available — Take Me With You. This collection happened … More “Werewolf” by Sierra de Mulder | Slammin’ on the One

“Your Life” by Andrea Gibson | Slammin’ on the One

April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, I’m going to attempt to post a poem that I really like every day. Today, The Assembly on Literature for Adolescents asked about our favorite poems. While this isn’t my favorite poem (I couldn’t find a recording of the one I was looking for), this one is … More “Your Life” by Andrea Gibson | Slammin’ on the One

Bout of Books 22.2

Today’s Bout of Books challenge is called The Year Of You. We were challenged to find a book from that means something to is that was published the year we were born. Here’s my contribution. View this post on Instagram #boutofbooks challenge 2: the year of you. This book was published the year that I … More Bout of Books 22.2

Bout of Books 22.1

So I decided to participate in Bout of Books #22 because it seemed like a read-a-thon that I could handle within my regular reading life. To read more, it means more audiobooks this week. I can handle that. Challenge No. 1: #InSixWords View this post on Instagram I’m giving #boutofbooks a try. Here’s my #insixwords: … More Bout of Books 22.1