How on earth is it September tomorrow? Come one, can’t we have one more month of summer? Please? I blinked and August was over. I didn’t get as much done … Continue reading Stories n’ Life August 2021
Hi. Yes I still exist. I didn’t post for a month, I know. Oops. College is rough on my free time guys. Just sayin’. Care for some mini reviews? . … Continue reading Mini Book Reviews
I have limited time. Between work and writing and school, my time to read books is not as extensive as when I could blissfully read every summer afternoon. (those were … Continue reading Shall I Read You or Shall I Not?
No, I am not making a bad pun about Poe’s poem. Now that we have that out of the way, shall we get to the book review? Morrigan Crow is … Continue reading Book Review: Nevermoor
Quick question, if you could read a book about anything, what would you read about? What is your perfect story? Okay I guess not such a quick question, because I … Continue reading The Story I Want
Sometimes, you get sick of the inch thick classics and non fiction and just have to read something lighter. Like a retelling of a fairy tale. Thus was the state … Continue reading Book Review: Midnight’s Curse
Welcome to my latest review *cough* obsession *cough*. This is the next book I am going to buy if I ever have spare money. *Looks to the future*. That is … Continue reading Book Review: Fahrenheit 451
Fine. Since everyone else is doing it, I will to. I have been keeping track of what I read, and how much I liked it, since I was… In Middle … Continue reading Favorite Reads of 2019
You know how at the beginning of each how-to post the author tells you why you should listen to them? Why they are uniquely qualified to speak to you on … Continue reading Plotting V.S. Pantsing
I just stayed up waaay too late finishing this book. Even though I was tired, even though I had work in the morning. I couldn’t put it down. I either … Continue reading Book Review: The Girls at the Kingfisher Club
Every year a bunch of crazy writers get together to celebrate their mutual craziness. We call it Realm Makers. At this conference they also learn how to be even crazier. … Continue reading The Fantastic Realmies (and books)
No, I am not freaking out. Why do you ask? I am definitely not wondering how on earth I am ever going to read all the books I want to … Continue reading Life is Short, Time is Valuable, and There are too Many Books!