Admittedly, I don’t have as much free time now as I did while substitute teaching at high schools–which means that I frequently start books and a long period of time passes by before I’m able to actually finish them. That said, even the beginning of “#Girlboss” was enough to get me recommending it to other people (friends, customers, etc) before I finished the book.
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As young as probably daycare (if not earlier), I remember being taught not to touch other people without their permission. It seems like a weird thing to have to bring up, but something happened at work today that bothered me enough to write a reflective blog post about it, so here I am.
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As I’ve gotten older, I’ve been steadily less and less impressed with what has come out of J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. Admittedly, “Cursed Child” wasn’t nearly as bad as it seemed like it was going to be–though it certainly had its faults–but I had been avoiding “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” since looking at a preview of Zina’s review and probably wouldn’t have gone had it not been with friends.
So I went, and here is a review since it’s been a while since I’ve written any in a while. Spoilers under the cut.
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