It's time for the "Meet the Book Blogger Tag"!!! *takes microphone* So first off I would like to thank Jan at The Doodlecrafter and Zoe at Reading by Moonlight for tagging me (you guys are awesome!!) First, some housekeeping: The rules. Nominated bloggers can nominate ten other bloggersUse the same questions from the tagTag the … Continue reading Meet the Book Blogger Tag
So I um...took a hiatus last week. Whoopsies. Being now entirely "self-employed" I've gotten rather busy and a lot time I look at my schedule for the day and it's either "write a blog or edit my novel" and editing my novel wins every time. Sorry fellas. BUT, to remedy this, I'm going to start … Continue reading Books Quotes to Make You Think of Spring (or just warm weather in general)
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. Or more accurately: EWWWWWWW. It's March again. Which is strange, since there's a pretty strong scientific debate that March 2020 never actually ended. The boulder that March 2020 kicked down the hill is still rolling, if you take my meaning. March has never been my favorite month. It's not quite winter, it's not quite … Continue reading February Wrap Up: ugh, ugh, ugh, it’s March again
I have a bit of an interior design.....obsession. I redecorate for all four seasons (too many knick knacks anyone??) and due to spending so much time rearranging and redecorating, I am a pro at moving furniture by myself that I probably shouldn't be moving by myself (both for the furniture's sake and mine). Anywho. (Speaking … Continue reading Reading and Writing Nooks for You to Drool Over (and perhaps create for yourself)
First off, you all have my deepest apologies for not posing last Saturday. My brain had become a squash, and squashes don't talk, they don't think, they don't move, and they certainly don't write. They just sit there and look cute and make good projectile weapons. That's what I am. BUT, today you got something. … Continue reading “Begin at the beginning, and when you come to the end, stop”
What began as a literary novel about a young writer finding her way in the world, trying to balance her two passions of writing and dance, ended up as an apocalyptic novel where every chapter the situation slowly deteriorates until finally it's mass panic when the zombies are accidentally released. This is one of those … Continue reading March Wrap Up: I don’t remember what happened.