Lovely readers, can you believe that we’re already through TWO months of 2015? It’s pretty unbelievable, if you ask me. Since we’ve been through two months, I realized that it might be useful for those of you following along with my journey to get an update and see where I’m at! When dividing 15,000 by… Continue reading A Bi-Monthly Update
Well! I know I said in my last review post that I was in a bit of a rut… and that’s not incorrect, but I’m also sorta rolling! In my unfortunate sickness late this week, I picked up another new book and finished it in two days. I found this book, Maureen Johnson’s The Name… Continue reading Review: The Name of the Star
The debate about age when it comes to reading is something that’s been around for a veeeeeeeeeeeery long time. It recently popped up on again when celebrated American novelist Jonathan Franzen gave an interview with Butler University’s literary newsletter, Booth. In it, he talks about YA novelist Jennifer Wiener and their ongoing feud. If I’m… Continue reading What’s My Age Again?
So I can’t lie, I’ve been in a bit of a reading funk. I’m trying to read Jane Austen’s Emma, but I have such a hard time getting into her stories because of the sentence structure! I know I’ll love the book, but it’s taking me a while to really gel with it. It might… Continue reading Review: Where She Went
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If you’ve ever worked with an editor, you know that receiving a colorful track-changes-filled document back isn’t uncommon. Some editors are straight to the point. Others can be a little too friendly and encouraging when tough love might work better. In both cases, editors have their own little language with accompanying…
Are you still looking for the best way to woo a secret crush this weekend? Or to make your significant other think you’re super romantic? Well no fear, lovely readers! I have your answer: Mr. William Shakespeare, of Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare didn’t just write plays, oh no. He wrote SONNETS. Now, full disclosure, I love sonnets.… Continue reading The Shakespeare Guide to Valentine’s Day