Tiger’s Curse by Colleen Houck

Tiger’s Curse by Colleen Houck is pretty much Twilight, but with tigers. The  awkward writing and lifeless protagonist are helped along by the two very interesting male characters. Kelsey is a normal teenage girl. It’s the summer before college, and she needs a job. The only one that really fits her skills (which are minimal), … Continue reading

Tagore – No. 88

I’ve been having a pretty stressful day…reading this poem helped me breathe a bit easier. Hope it helps you too! Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) was a pretty awesome guy: he won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1913, and protested the British rule in India alongside Mahatma Gandhi. He sought to promote humanism and international understanding … Continue reading

National Geographic Photo Archive

These photos blew my mind. Color, composition, movement, emotion…everything you could ever want out of a picture is in this gallery. And the craziest part is that all of them are real images. Real things happening in the world. This image (Rock Fort at Sundown, India) really inspired me. It looks like a land straight … Continue reading

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