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    #Build 2.0 (Guest Post)

    No other world event in recent history has impacted us as much as the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last few months, we have had to adapt quickly to a new lifestyle. In a time where staying at home is enforced by the government, most of our social interactions have moved online. Many people are stuck at home, uncertain of the future and counting days as they go by. As a community, we must unite to be able to get through this time. We must also understand how to help each other out by staying at home and helping others stay at home. Therefore, we at The Girl Code (TGC) formed…

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    THE MEASUREMENTS OF DECAY (Q/A)

    I had the privilege of doing a Q&A with K. K. Edin who’s book The Measurements Of Decay is both fascinating and thought provoking. He brings together Sci-Fi, Philosophy and History to give us an epic tale set in the far future. Author Bio: K. K. Edin was born in New York and grew up in the UK, France and parts of the Middle East. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Political Science and a Masters in Philosophy from Boston University. He currently lives in Boston and The Measurements of Decay is his debut novel. Find K.K. Edin on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and at www.kkedin.com.   The Measurements…

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    Opher Goodwin

    If you haven’t heard of Opher Goodwin you need to check him out right now before I get into this post! Check out his blog here: https://opherworld.wordpress.com/ Check out his books here: https://opherworld.wordpress.com/books/ To purchase his books click here: https://opherworld.wordpress.com/purchase-my-books/ So I finally finished Ebola in the Garden of Eden and I have to say it was absolutely phenomenal! Unfortunately, I have had the book for ages but I hadn’t been able to finish it because university was suffocating me! Back to the book, it’s a futuristic book about The Synod which is a group of the most powerful politicians and science. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is into science, politics…

  • Life

    An Update!

    So I have finally selected all my courses and decided which subjects I’m going to take this year! I just wanted to keep you guys posted about what’s going on with my university process currently. So I have to take one social science credit, one science credit and any two elective credits. I have decided to take Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology and Earth Science. And of course I have to take one credit for History which is what my major is. Earth Science is about the planet and stuff to do with it which sounded like so much fun to learn because I am already interested in all that! I wanted to…