40-Day Journal – Day 6 – Rediscovering Madeleine L’Engle

By HSP Bookworm I can’t remember when I wasn’t an introverted bookworm. Can’t remember a time I didn’t love books. Once I discovered libraries, it was always a joy to find a new author, a new set of books to read and love. Discovering Madeleine L’Engle’s Fiction  I didn’t discover Madeleine L’Engle at a libraryContinue reading “40-Day Journal – Day 6 – Rediscovering Madeleine L’Engle”

J. K. Rowling Is Not a Single Tweet (And Neither Are Any of Us)

Several days ago, J. K. Rowling commented on an article, with largely negative backlash from many former fans of the Harry Potter series. A New York Times article set up the story by providing a one-sided back story and added the negative response of several Harry Potter fans – those agreed in calling her reactionContinue reading “J. K. Rowling Is Not a Single Tweet (And Neither Are Any of Us)”

HSPs in Literature – J Alfred Prufrock

By HSP Scholar Let us go then, you and I … The famous opening line of what is possibly T.S. Elliot’s most well-known poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” The speaker of the poem, J. Alfred Prufrock, can be nothing but a highly sensitive person. He remarks on his keen observations, things thatContinue reading “HSPs in Literature – J Alfred Prufrock”