The bloggers I know are kind.
Case in point: Meghan @ Meghan’s Whimsical Explorations & Reviews tagged me in this Awesome Blogger Award tag.
Meghan does deep dives into TV shows, music, and your favorite YA books. I very much look forward to her reviews and you will, too. Continue reading “The Awesome Blogger Award”
Where do I even start?
A fair number of big things happened in 2019.
I am, to put it mildly, pretty tired.
Continue reading “2019 Recap: Farewell to an Exhausting Year”
I lived all 30 days of November but I barely remember any of them.
Somehow, I condensed a year’s worth of activities into a single month.
When I started the month, I thought I’d be fitting writing sessions between social engagements, horror movies, and book rereads.
Here’s what happened instead: Continue reading “November Happenings”
(I needed a distraction from Call Down the Hawk and Kristin provided one.)
(Thank you, Kristin. CDTH is stressing me out.)
(Also, I agreed to write a novel this month? I don’t want to talk about it.) Continue reading “The Ultimate Recommendations Book Tag”
I haven’t gotten up before 5:00 AM since I worked opening shift at a cafe.
Today, I urged my aging body out of bed at 4:30 AM to board a train full of strangers.
We commiserated over coffee, talked about books, got really deep into pagan mysticism, and wrote a ton of words.
It was my first ever Great Train Write-in and I had a blast. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2019: The Great Train Write-in and Powell’s Book Haul”
I want to be a person who enjoys all types of romance.
Alas, I am not.
My tastes are ultra-specific.
Continue reading “The Perfect Romance Novel”
In the past few days, I’ve written just over 5,000 words for my rough draft.
Per the website, I should be at 10,000. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo Update: Day 6”
NANOWRIMO IS UPON US.
My plan at the beginning of last month was to announce a month-long hiatus so I could work on a novel for the next 30 days.
Now I’m not so sure. Continue reading “National Novel Writing Month”