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So why blog?

It took me one year to finally start a blog.

I was very hesitant at first – mostly around privacy – a blog divulges personal information to the world.   319 more words


Book Review: Let It Snow

Firstly, I would just love to wish everyone who’s reading a HAPPY NEW YEAR! ♥

I know I’ve been slacking on my blogging, but I’m back and I WILL start posting more because I really do love it here. 622 more words


Book Review: Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass #2) by Sarah J. Maas

I liked this book more than the first one. It was so emotionally powerful, and the characters developed well.

4.5/5 stars

Series: Throne of Glass #2… 571 more words

Book Review

The Devil's Old Song: An Intro to a Short Story

From a far side of the void a hooded figure approached on his beast. The donkey’s head swayed with his uneven gait; his sight was widened in the exaggerated hollow where his eyes should have been. 268 more words

We Were Liars

Rating:  4 Stars
Published: May 2014
Genre: Young Adult
Favorite Quote: 

“We looked at the sky.  So many stars, it seemed like a celebration, a grand, illicit party the galaxy was holding after the humans had been put to bed.” 561 more words

Book Review

Grim Edited by Christine Johnson

Grim is an anthology of short stories inspired by fairy tales. The book’s description of having a ‘dark and sinister twist’ led my to believe most of the stories wouldn’t have a happy ending. 740 more words


Conversion by Katherine Howe

I had read Katherine Howe’s The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane awhile ago. It had a similar colonial American, witchy plot but the conclusion proved to be disappointing. 523 more words

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