Support Indie-Authors with the Indiecember Reading Challenge!

Books, books, books! It’s December and, if you want to catch up with your Goodreads or show support to the Indie community, it’s not too late to start on the Indiecember Reading Challenge! Created by Megan Tennant, author of the Aletheia, the challenge is to bring awareness to the indie-writing community and its authors. The rules are easy: read an self/indie-pub book and review it … Continue reading Support Indie-Authors with the Indiecember Reading Challenge!

Setting Realistic Goals (FREE Worksheets!)

Hey there! It’s been a while since I last blogged, huh? Thanks so much for watching my YouTube video! If you haven’t yet, click here to learn how to set realistic goals and be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out in the future! I mentioned how writing down your goals is key to success. When you physically see what you want and what … Continue reading Setting Realistic Goals (FREE Worksheets!)

Forever Gaga

There’s a lot of things we don’t think about, but one that finally got my attention is my liking of Lady Gaga. Weird topic, I get it, but I think that’s why I like it and her. She’s been interesting since day one. I think she featured on some other artist’s break out song/music video and actually became more popular than the other artist. Talk … Continue reading Forever Gaga

That’s So Fetch

It should be a crime that I didn’t know Mean Girls was based on a book until years later. It’s a self-help called Queen Bees and Wannabees. I haven’t read it and I don’t know if I ever will, but at least the movie is super dope. It is a cult classic, after all. I can’t remember the first time watching Mean Girls, but I … Continue reading That’s So Fetch

A Treasure Worth More Than Gold

A while back, I decided to get off of social media– Facebook, specifically. Ironic because I’m sure this is where you cam across this post. My reason being is that is’t become a waste of time and a lot of “friends” shared nothing but bad news. It was taking a serious toll on my anxiety, I did what was best for me and deleted the … Continue reading A Treasure Worth More Than Gold

This is the Rhythm of my Life

This past Christmas, my wonderful sibling got my husband and me concert tickets for my favorite band, Bastille. Obviously, I’m exstatic to go. I even ordered a t-shirt and beanie from their website to wear during the concert this weekend. I’m sure you’re rolling your eyes, but I don’t think you understand how fucking great this is. I found out Bastille was coming to the … Continue reading This is the Rhythm of my Life

Literacy Lunacy: Kendare Blake’s Anna Dressed in Blood

Since my interest in ghost stories have peaked since deciding to write one, I’ve searched high and low for other novels of the same topic. There are quite a few I’ve come across and I hope to give them all a good review as time goes on, but today’s book is Kendare Blake‘s Anna Dressed in Blood. The title and cover attracted me to it, … Continue reading Literacy Lunacy: Kendare Blake’s Anna Dressed in Blood

Sunday Fun Day

Lately, I’ve been having difficulty on what to blog about. After some research (mostly endless searches on Google) and past suggestions from friends, I’ve decided I’d share my opinion and reviews on books, writing, and characters I’ve read. I may even throw some advice in the mix, if warranted. What I enjoy most out of this is how I have to force myself to make … Continue reading Sunday Fun Day

Back to Life, Back to Reality

It goes without saying that I can go a while without posting. At least, now I can say I’ve broken my record by a year! Not something I should be proud of? Yeah, point taken. But, give me a break. I had a baby. That’s a serious life changing event. We celebrated our son’s first birthday. We moved three times. See, more life changes! And … Continue reading Back to Life, Back to Reality

JuNoWriMo Update: Week One

I’m going to keep this post short. Today completes my first week of JuNoWriMo, run by Becca J. Campbell, author of The Flawed Series. As of today, I’m happy to say that I have made some pretty great progress! If you’ve done NaNoWriMo in the past then you are familiar with out it works. The difference and fun part is that all participants can either start a … Continue reading JuNoWriMo Update: Week One