I had set a big reading goal for May, to read all 10 of the Star Wars: X-Wing Series books. But with work and life wreaking havoc on my mental health, that didn't happen. I read one book this month and that was the first X-Wing book, Rogue Squadron. June for me is set to be an even rougher month... Continue Reading →
March wasn't a very good month. I let my anxiety get the best of me and as a result I made a lot of mistakes and wasted a lot of my own time. I only finished one of the several books I was hoping to get to and really only read three books total. Not... Continue Reading →
It’s been a weird week, and a long weekend. Some really good things happened but I also haven’t been feeling like myself at all. A lot of what's going on lately feels like one step forward two steps back, which we all know is not helpful, productive, or fun at all. Because of this, I... Continue Reading →
While this blog post will also contain my review for Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows, it will also contain subject matter some reader my find triggering. Therefore, there is a content warning for suicide and suicidal ideation.
Happy December 1st, everyone! With the winter season truly upon us along with the holiday season, there is a lot to do, but that doesn't have to be an overwhelming task nor does it need to be stressful. It also means that yesterday was the official end of NaNoWriMo 2018. I had a goal to... Continue Reading →
I've been a little sporadic lately, but for once it's because I'm so busy rather than unmotivated. Throughout September I've been to so many author events and reading so many incredible stories, it's hard to keep up with reviews and posts, but I am hoping to change that this coming weekend and get some good... Continue Reading →
The most important thing to me about J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series is that, at it's core, it is about friendship and being there when someone needs help. The inclusion of "found family" and destroying the concept of "blood is thicker than water" is just so, so important and after recent events, I felt that it was... Continue Reading →