11 books from high school you should read now

My all-time favourite book to revisit is Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. I read it because it was on a list of mandatory reading at school in Grade 10 and I chose it at random. The first line is so simple and captivating, and every time I read it I have a new appreciation for the way Du Maurier can create atmosphere out of diction, and describe the haunting Manderley estate in dreamy detail.

5 docs that will make your blood boil

These stories are worth telling and worth hearing. And as we watch them unravel, we waver from hating the protagonists, the alleged killers, to sympathizing with them. So here's a list of docs that will get you screaming at your screen as your blood boils at the corruption, lies, and scheming (mostly on the parts of policemen, lawyers and judges).

12 things you thought while watching #Riverdale

I can't not watch this show. Thank you CW for creating the perfect guilty pleasure with a cast of moody AF 20-somethings who play 16 and 17-year-old high school students. Why didn't people at my high school look like Archie? (Also why am I attracted to someone with red hair?) Anyways below there might be some spoilers so don't read unless you're entirely caught up. Which obviously you are because #Riverdale is crack for millennials.