I'm going to be honest, my brain is fried. Today, prior to writing this post, I cranked out an entire five paragraph essay in an hour and a half. And I still have to outline another essay before the end of the day. Oh, the irony of the writer complaining about writing. That being said, this … Continue reading 10 Things I Love About Fall
Sara Ella has done it again. Except, even better. A few months ago, I read Unblemished by Ella, and it was fantastic. You can read my book review here. That book was so good I thought Unraveling (the sequel) would be a bit of a let down. Boy, was I wrong! Not only did Sara Ella blow me away … Continue reading Unraveling
I am a book dragon. Not a book worm, a book dragon. Weekly readers have probably already figured this out 😉 . Any good book dragon has some favorite authors; today, I'm going to share the authors on my top 5 list. The following authors aren't in any particular order because they are all amazing and excel in different … Continue reading My Top 5 Authors
It's time for another book review! I have been reading "The Help" for about 3 weeks, and I finally finished it a couple days ago. This book was absolutely incredible. I always love historical fiction (because I love history), and this book blew me away. Here is a short summary of the book: Aibileen lives … Continue reading The Help
It is finally April! We all know what that means. Camp NaNoWriMo has begun! I know this probably doesn't mean anything to a lot of you, but this is really exciting for me! It is when writers take the month to try and meet their word count goals. Some of you may be familiar with NaNoWriMo which … Continue reading I Am Going to Camp!
I am graduating from high school in 86 days 5 hours 51 minutes and 48... 47... 46 seconds. With every passing day it is becoming alarmingly clear how close I am to a new chapter in life. A chapter I thought couldn't get here fast enough. A chapter I thought I was completely ready for. … Continue reading 30 Times
A couple days ago everyone in the world joined together to celebrate the gift of books! Okay, they probably didn't make a huge deal out of it, but they should have.