Month: July 2017

Posted July 31, 2017 / 6 Comments

My novel has a title!

My novel has a title!

  It’s weird but it’s very hard for me to talk about my writing on my blog. I don’t know why. It seems like it comes more naturally to other people, but I really have to do a conscious effort to remind myself that I should post something from time to time. Not because I […]

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Posted July 27, 2017 / 4 Comments

My Favorite Books of All Time, so far

My Favorite Books of All Time, so far

  What’s your favorite book? Hahaha you mean to tell me I can only pick one? Screw that.   For the most favorites of the favorites, these are books that in spite of whatever structural or otherwise technical flaws they may have, they have gone straight for my feels and thus, made them unforgettable, which means […]

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Posted July 24, 2017 / 2 Comments

The Female of the Species -Challenging ‘boys will be boys’

The Female of the Species -Challenging ‘boys will be boys’

  This book was a revelation. It’s hard because I wouldn’t give it five stars, because Alex’s character just didn’t completely grip me. Don’t get me wrong, she’s totally badass and my hero, but there was just this gap between us that kept me from being 100% immersed. But this book is important. In the […]

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Posted July 12, 2017 / 14 Comments

Blogging Slumps are Normal and Necessary

Blogging Slumps are Normal and Necessary

  I don’t know what to post anymore…   I haven’t been feeling up to blogging lately, sorry for disappearing…   Hiatus announcement… Sound familiar? Blogging slumps suck, but I’ve come to learn they are necessary, at least if you plan on being in this for the long haul. To be more precise, paying attention to what […]

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Posted July 3, 2017 / 4 Comments

3 Reasons why Strange the Dreamer was worth the Hype

3 Reasons why Strange the Dreamer was worth the Hype

One of THE books of the year, and I finally read it! For fans of Laini Taylor, it was the holy grail of books, since it’d been a while since Dreams of Gods and Monster. Man, does she have a way with book titles. Anyway, I read it, and it took me almost a month to do […]

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