Author: Gabriella Slade

Welcome back, owlnerds. This week, I interviewed Gabriella Slade. Bio: Gabriella Slade grew up as the eldest of seven, two of her sisters were adopted from West Africa. As a homeschooled student, Gabriella spent her free time reading novels and scribbling down stories from a young age, where she discovered her love for fantasy. As a […]

Author Interiew

Greetings, owlnerds. This week, I am interviewing Niki Chapelway because her new book recently got released. A Certain Sort of Madness by Niki Chapelway Synopsis: Alicia Hareton is crazy. But that’s nothing new. Her insanity is inherited from her mother, just like her magical abilities and her blood ties to the strange and alluring world of […]

If My Heart Could Speak

Welcome back, owlnerds. This week, I will be sharing a poem wrote this past weekend. Enjoy!!! If my heart could speak If my life could collapse The world would disappear Into the thinness of nothing If my cold feet Couldn’t surface The endless beings Of this world and be on I would take away everything. […]

The Yellow Wallpaper

So I decided to share my essays I wrote in Highschool. Enjoy owlnerds! 🙂   On July 3, 1860, in Hartford, Connecticut, Charlotte Perkins Gilman was born. Her father, Frederick Beecher Perkins was related to Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. She struggled during her childhood for her father had abandoned her. […]

Author Interview:Victoria Lynn

Welcome to Day 15 of Book Tour for Victoria Lynn’s new book “When Beauty Blossoms.” I was given the honor to interview her today. First, check out the book/author’s info down below: Book Synopsis Revolutionary War Era England Marjorie Kirk is a woman with no fortune, no prospects, no family, and no skills. Or so […]

What not to write/read

Greetings, fellow writers, and bookworms. I give you things that you shouldn’t write/read. These are opinions are mine and are based on my Christian faith.   Lets me start by pushing a very common trend in books today and like forever. The need to discuss inappropriate scenes. What is the matter with people today? Nobody […]

Inkheart by Cornelia Funke

Title: Inkheart Author: Cornelia Funke Point of View: Third Person View Genre: Fantasy/Young Adult Plot: One cruel night, Meggie’s father reads aloud from a book called Inkheart and an evil ruler escapes the boundaries of fiction and lands in their living room. Suddenly Meggie is smack in the middle of the kind adventure she only […]