Book Tag

Books I Really Want To Read Before 2021

Hello, lovelies! I know this is a really ironic post to write after admitting in my change in reading habits post, where I admitted that 1-4 books is pretty much my new norm of what I'm going to be able to read each month. So, by that math, considering I'll have three books done this… Continue reading Books I Really Want To Read Before 2021

Discussion

Let’s Talk Bookish: What Makes You DNF a Book?

Hello, lovelies! I'm back this Friday participating in another Let's Talk Bookish post, as always hosted by the amazing Rukky @ Eternity Books and awesome Dani @ The Literary Lion! For this week, our topic is: What Makes You DNF a Book? This is such a great question, because I used to not DNF (did… Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: What Makes You DNF a Book?

Writing Posts

Writer Wonders No 2

Hello, lovelies! And welcome to my second installment of Writer Wonders, a new blog series where I answer questions about writing! I had so much fun answering questions in regards to plotting and worldbuilding last week and I'm excited to tackle some more questions today. I also realize that I worked myself into a bind.… Continue reading Writer Wonders No 2

Discussion

Readings Habits: The Proud and Needs Improvement — An Inspired Post!

Hello, lovelies! So, I've been wanting to write more bookish discussions and always struggle to come up with what I should write about. Well, I remembered saving this amazing post by Kelly @ Another Book in the Wall where she talked about what reading habits she was proud of. I really liked that post and… Continue reading Readings Habits: The Proud and Needs Improvement — An Inspired Post!

Reading Outlook

Reading Outlook in Review 2019: Part 3

Hello, lovelies! You might not recall what exactly my Reading Outlook is, but basically: it's a goal TBR list that I make at the beginning of the year, of books that I hope to read throughout the year--especially since I'm such a mood reader and monthly TBRs might not go over so well. The plan… Continue reading Reading Outlook in Review 2019: Part 3

Discussion

Discussion: How Being A Blogger Changes You as a Reader

Hello, lovelies! It's been a while since I've written a discussion post recently and this is a topic that's been on my brain for a hot second these past few weeks, so I decided, why not? The main discussion question is: How does being a blogger affect you as a reader? I'm going to get… Continue reading Discussion: How Being A Blogger Changes You as a Reader

Random Musings

Well, I’m Back

Well, hello there, lovelies. Goodness gracious, it's been a minute. And by a minute, I mean over two weeks. Two weeks without social media, without reading a single page, blog hopping or writing a post, editing my novel...none of it. Yet a lot of life changes happened in those two weeks and I promised to… Continue reading Well, I’m Back

Reading Outlook

Reading Outlook in Review 2019: Part One

Hello, lovelies! You might not recall what exactly my Reading Outlook is, but basically: it's a goal TBR list that I make at the beginning of the year, of books that I hope to read throughout the year--especially since I'm such a mood reader and monthly TBRs might not go over so well. The plan… Continue reading Reading Outlook in Review 2019: Part One

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Thankful For You, Bookish Family

Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday! Once hosted by┬áThe Broke and The Bookish, it is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It's a weekly book feature where a topical list-prompt is posted and readers respond with their top ten for that prompt. Yours truly tends to go over ten, but hey, what can a… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Thankful For You, Bookish Family

Writing Posts

The Darker Side of a Dream

My boyfriend is really lovely in that he's super supportive when it comes to my writing career. And it includes all facets of it: cooking dinner so I can finishing up drafting a short story, listening to my confusing ramblings as I try to verbally work out plot holes as I'm editing my novels (even… Continue reading The Darker Side of a Dream