Everyone has reading and writing weaknesses. Things that make them sigh, swoon, faint. The love of them is so strong that it can’t just be passed by, but every chance to indulge in them is taken with vigour and excitement. This adoration is most apparent with genres and writing styles. But it’s just as common … Continue reading My Favourite Tropes
I learned so much more about how I operate and how to change things than I had expected in 2018. I still have a long way to go, but my physical and mental health are potentially the best they’ve ever been. I’m still going to strive to continue growing healthy in every way, but it’s … Continue reading 2019 Theme and Goals
This blog contains spoilers!! So if you haven’t read the entire series and don’t want anything ruined, you might not want to read ahead. I will mark the actual spoilers. There are so many fairytale retellings in existence. And I believe The Lunar Chronicles does an amazing job at combining the stories of Cinderella, Snow … Continue reading My Problem with The Lunar Chronicles
I first saw this challenge going around a few weeks ago, and then I was tagged by the absolutely lovely Azelyn Klein on her blog Word Storm. Challenge rules: Challenge at least one person. Share the first book you ever read. Why did you read it in the first place? How did it inspire you … Continue reading The First Book You Ever Read Challenge
Anita Diamant's The Boston Girl is a wonderful coming of age story about a Jewish girl growing up in Boston at the beginning of the 20th century. It's told from the perspective of Addie Baum when she is old and telling her life-long tale of adventure, woe, determination, and love. I was excited to read this, … Continue reading Book Review: The Boston Girl
Sometimes it's difficult to get in the mood to write. Here are some tips to get your creative mind working and the ideas flowing.
There are so many ways to be a book nerd, even when you don't have access to books. Here are my five favourite ways.