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Motivational Monday: Hope, It's the Only Thing Stronger than Fear

Hey friends!

So today I wanted to talk about a quote that I think is kind of important. Hope is stronger than fear. Yeah, unfortunately these words were uttered by the not-so-nice President Snow in The Hunger Games, essentially saying that too much hope was dangerous. 833 more words

Jared Padalecki

Rue: The Real MVP of the Hunger Games

While rereading Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games for my Introduction to Literature class, I couldn’t help but notice that one character in particular is vastly undervalued and under-discussed. 767 more words

Bookish

Let's Talk...Suzanne Collins

Suzanne Collins is the author of the famous teen dystopian The Hunger Games trilogy as well as a few middle grade books: The Underland Chronicles, When Charlie McButton Lost Power, Year of the Jungle and a book in the Mystery Files of Shelby Woo series. 515 more words

2016

In Defense of Love Triangles – Sometimes: How the choice between Peeta and Gale is a microcosm of Katniss’s internal conflict

18 January 2012

Photo by Photo credit: Murray Close – © 2011 Lions Gate Films Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Titles: The Hunger Games

I know what you’re thinking. 1.158 more words

Sad Ending Because Why Not?

You remember those days when there’s this book series you are really hooked with, and you are so excited, and read its books in an amazing speed. 601 more words

My Best and Worst Literary Couples of All Time

WARNING spoilers may lie ahead proceed with caution if you have yet to read any of the following: Diary of a Crush, Jane Eyre, Rebecca, Trueblood, the Hunger Games, The Mortal Instruments, The Fault in Our Stars, The Infernal Devices, Twilight, Romeo and Juliet, Great Expectations and Wuthering Heights. 1.101 more words

Fantasy Bookball Tag

Hello readers!  Today, in honor of the Superbowl, I created this book tag, inspired by fantasy football.  In the different categories, you choose your players, to create your all-time dream team in book form.   679 more words