20 Questions Book Tag

Hey everyone! Since the last book tag went well, I decided to do another! I found this one on abooknation's blog, and it seems fun and unique. So, here we go! 1. How many books are too many in a series? Depends on the series. For example, The Mortal Instruments was well written and I've … Continue reading 20 Questions Book Tag

Another (puppy-full) year again

It's been another 365 days, so I leveled up again. Well, I did yesterday; the 8th is my real birthday. Anyways, I decided to share something that makes everyone smile: puppies. So, here's some cute photos of my puppies. Here you go:   Lucky:   Jack: Willow: (She's a bonus puppy, because she's not fully mine.) … Continue reading Another (puppy-full) year again

Author interview with Brian H. Peterson

I got the wonderful opportunity to interview Brian H. Peterson. Brian is a multitalented artist that writes books, takes photos, plays music, and more. I wrote a book review about his book earlier this month. Thank you, Brian, for this lovely opportunity. What inspired you to write this book? Was it an event or did an idea … Continue reading Author interview with Brian H. Peterson

Book review – Yesterday I Was the Moon (Spoiler Free)

it only takes a second or two to look into their eyes and decide whether you're home or at just another perfectly decorated house Title: Yesterday I Was the Moon Author: Noor Unnahar Genre: nonfiction, poetry Pages: 160 Publication date: March 27th 2018 Publisher: Clarkson Potter Publishers I got Yesterday I Was the Moon as a birthday gift … Continue reading Book review – Yesterday I Was the Moon (Spoiler Free)

Writing nothing

Do you ever feel like you want to write, but can’t? You stare at the screen for ten minutes before you decide: “Well this isn’t going anywhere.” You look up what other people wrote online, but your mind says something like: “I can’t copy what she wrote. But would people notice if we wrote about … Continue reading Writing nothing

A writer’s journey (part three) – time management

Time had never been my friend. We hit it off a few times and got everything done, but that was rare. Most of the time, we fought and we fought hard. Every time Time knew I had something to do, it made sure the hours ticked by faster than normal. In high school, Time made … Continue reading A writer’s journey (part three) – time management