The Iridescent Quill

This is a letter to anybody that is stressed, worked up, in trouble, in pain and in failure or just.. in stagnation. I am not an expert in dealing with any of the above mentioned. I am however highly motivated right now and would like to transfer this motivation as effectively as possible in a piece of literature so that people an revisit it to part take in motivation.

Dear Person,


This too shall pass. But for that, you need to let it pass. As much as wallowing in self pity makes you feel comforted, prolonging the matter will be of little use. Whatever it is that is troubling you, you need to forget it. Even if it is glaringly obvious. Forget it so that you can work on it. Sit down. Take a book. Make notes of your problems. Make notes…

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Never Always Sometimes – book review and discussion

Author- Adi Alsaid Length- 320 pages. Genre- YA Contemporary Rating- 7/10 Goodreads Synopsis- Never date your best friend. Always be original. Sometimes rules are meant to be broken. Best friends Dave and Julia were determined to never be cliché high school kids—the ones who sit at the same lunch table every day, dissecting the drama from … Continue reading Never Always Sometimes – book review and discussion

Second Chance Summer- book review and discussion

Author- Morgan Matson Length- 468 pages Genre- YA Contemporary Rating- 9/10 Goodreads Synopsis- Taylor Edwards’ family might not be the closest-knit—everyone is a little too busy and overscheduled—but for the most part, they get along just fine. Then Taylor’s dad gets devastating news, and her parents decide that the family will spend one last summer all … Continue reading Second Chance Summer- book review and discussion

dear extroverts,

okay. someone needs to say it. dear extroverts, this is not about you. this is about the introverts, the quieter ones, the exhausted, boring ones. please don't hate us. when we cancel on a plan, its because sometimes, getting out of the comforts of our solitude drains us. being with a lot of people can … Continue reading dear extroverts,