The Pro and Cons of a Writer

I would call myself a writer. I write fiction from fantasy to dystopian. I also write poetry from gothic to Christian poetry.  If you are a writer, you know what you got yourself into. Here are the pros and cons of being a writer. Pros: You are a writer and you have the ability to [...]

A Monster Calls

Title: A Monster Calls Author: Patrick Ness Published: Sept. 27, 2011 Genre: Children's Fanasty Language: Around six incidents of cursing Overall Opinion: I would get four stars. The story itself is well planned out. It will keep you on the edge of your seat. I love how this story portrays the struggles of letting go. [...]

Book Recommendations

I love giving out recommendations. It is a rare occasion when I do because people know that I will give them a very long list. Here is a basic book recommendations, I recommend to anyone. Whether you love reading or not. Enjoy!   The Holy Bible Kristian's War by Peter Wisan A retelling of Pilgrim's [...]

New Year Resolution

This year is almost over. 2018 is just around the corner.  Time to write my New Year's Resolution. Although most people prefer not to do it because who even does it. *coughs* I did. Not everything but most of it. Am I the only one who does this? Comment below to join Team 2018. 2018 [...]

Geekerella: Book Review

Title: Geekerella Author: Ashley Poston Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Retelling (Cinderella) Published: April 4th, 2017 Setting: Charleston, SC, and Atlanta, GA Language: There were many incidents when there were cursing in this book. Mainly it was Darien's fans or Elle's stepsisters. But it is still cursing. Romance: There was one scene at the beginning [...]

Inspiration

What is inspiration? As dictionary.com states, "1. an inspiring or animating action or influence:  I cannot write poetry without inspiration. 2.something inspired, as an idea. 3.a result of inspired activity." Something anyone struggles with. From writing a birthday card to someone. Thinking of what to draw next or write next. What to make next. The [...]

Mortified: A Short Story

A while ago, I wrote a short story using symbolism. The story itself symbolize the journey of falling into sin and the difficulty of getting out of it. The title of my short story is called: Mortified Let me know in the comments if you enjoyed it. I would greatly appreciate it. Mortified The clouds [...]

My Life in Books Tag

Welcome back to another day of book tags. This week, I am doing the My Life in Books Tag. It is from Emily May from Booktube.  Question 1: Find a book for each of your initials S-Shakespeare Sonnets K- To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee H- Harry Potter and the Half-Blooded Prince by J.K. [...]

If I Had a Royal Wardrobe

Hope anyone is having a good week so far. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. This month has gone so fast. I am given the honor to be part of Livy's book blog tour. She recently published Regal Hearts which I plan sometime soon to write a book review. Regal hearts can be found on Amazon. Links here: [...]

Bookworm problems

When you decide to only buy one book and almost buy half the store. Or when you debate if you should get one book from the library but get more than two. When it is already late but you want to read "one more chapter." Then you realize you read the whole book and its [...]

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