Harry Potter Spells Book Tag

I saw this book tag over on ZeeZee with Books, and I thought it'd be a fun one to do. Kimberly Faye Reads created this book tag. An upcoming release you wish you could get your hands on right now Chain of Iron by Cassandra Clare. I need the next book after that one as well. … Continue reading Harry Potter Spells Book Tag

Book review – I Would Leave Me If I Could (Spoiler Free)

The average baby weighs 8 pounds.I weighed 5.The average baby is 20 inches long.I was 14.And it was on my first day on Earththat I realized I didn't measure up, and I never would. Title: I Would Leave Me If I Could: A Collection of PoetryAuthor: HalseyGenre: PoetryPages: 144 pagesPublication date: November 10, 2020 I've … Continue reading Book review – I Would Leave Me If I Could (Spoiler Free)

Best books of 2020

I'm going to be more consistent with these. Like last year, I'll give you the Goodreads blurbs of my favorite books that I read this year. (I did it differently in 2017 and 2018.) Boy Oh Boy by Zachary Doss —Boy Oh Boy is a collection of queer fabulist stories and flash fictions told via … Continue reading Best books of 2020

Common writer mistakes #11

#11 — Different types of dashes In writing, there are three main dashes you come across: a hyphen (-), an en dash (–), and an em dash (—). I've seen writers confuse them all the time. However, these are easy fixes. It's all about understanding the difference between them. A hyphen (-) is the most … Continue reading Common writer mistakes #11

Book review – Probably Someday Cancer (Spoiler Free)

"What are you afraid of?" she asked. I paused before answering. How much time did she have? "Everything," I said. Title: Probably Someday Cancer: Genetic Risk and Preventative MastectomyAuthor: Kim Horner Genre: NonfictionPages: 208 pagesPublication date: April 1, 2019 I wanted to read Probably Someday Cancer for a while now. I thought it would be an … Continue reading Book review – Probably Someday Cancer (Spoiler Free)

NaNoWriMo update — #3

NaNoWriMo is almost over! Four days left (if you count today)! I'm in about the same spot still. I can reach the 50,000 words goal by the 30th; I have less than 10,000 left. I should be able to sit down one day and write a lot this weekend. I've started to notice that I … Continue reading NaNoWriMo update — #3

NaNoWriMo update — #2

The third full week of NaNoWriMo is about to pass! It feels like it went by too quick for me to catch, though most of the year has been like that. So far, I'm still a bit behind on NaNoWriMo. However, I haven't gotten more behind. I've stayed on track every day this week; I … Continue reading NaNoWriMo update — #2

Book review – The Kingdom of Back (Spoiler Free)

“He tells you to play, so you play. He tells you to curtsy, so you curtsy. He tells what you are meant to do and what you are meant not to do, so you do and you do not do. He tells you not to be angry, so you smile, you turn your eyes down. … Continue reading Book review – The Kingdom of Back (Spoiler Free)

2 a.m. questions

How many writers stopped writing because they couldn’t afford the hobby? How many artists gave up after they felt like no one was paying attention to them? How many writers stopped because they felt they weren’t good enough? How many wonderful artists go unnoticed every day? How many writers will eventually be swallowed up by … Continue reading 2 a.m. questions

Just a quick reminder

The end of the year tends to be busy, but don't let that stop you. Your goals and dreams are waiting for you at the end of the finish line. Reach out a little farther. Find pockets of time between the couch. Look into the mirror and smile at what you've already accomplished. You can … Continue reading Just a quick reminder