Top Five Ravenclaw Book Recs! || ft. books for wise & creative intellectuals

RAVENCLAWS!!!!!!!!!! I am so prepared with my Ravenclaw book recs, because my best friend is a Ravenclaw. And I'm an expert at giving her books she loves. I hardly ever fail but when i do it takes 13337665 days for my pride to regenerate itself in conclusion I'm definitely qualified for this Top Five Tuesday. … Continue reading Top Five Ravenclaw Book Recs! || ft. books for wise & creative intellectuals

September Wrap-Up ft. A long list!!! (+ my Emma Mills obsession)

Hi, what a month! *sobs* I'm not gonna lie. September was weird. I'm anxious, sleep-deprived af, and I need so many sweaters. I think it's because I moved this month + I'm in a serious writing slump + I keep forgetting to drink water. *looks for water bottle* *isn't within reach* *gives up* HOWEVER,,,I plan … Continue reading September Wrap-Up ft. A long list!!! (+ my Emma Mills obsession)

The Life Choices Write Tag ft. my sunshine boys Violet and Marcel (+ their new friends!!!)

Kat @ Life and Other Disasters tagged me for another WIP post and I'M SO HAPPY. I'm still working on Violet and Marcel, but the story has evolved since last time and I can't wait to share the progress with youuuu c: Rules: Thank the person who tagged you but also link back to the original … Continue reading The Life Choices Write Tag ft. my sunshine boys Violet and Marcel (+ their new friends!!!)

BLOG TOUR + GIVEAWAY | Dive Smack ft. best friends! + mysteries! + a lovable boy named Chip!

Pub. June 19 2018 336 pages YA Contemporary Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository | Kobo | IndieBound | iBooks This story is about a sad but determined boy named Theo who is an angst master 10,000. There was a fire that destroyed his home and our sad angsty boy (possibly) did it? The fire … Continue reading BLOG TOUR + GIVEAWAY | Dive Smack ft. best friends! + mysteries! + a lovable boy named Chip!

Last book review of the year!!/ How I Became Stupid by Martin Page

Rating: 4/5 stars Genre: Psychological/ Philosophical Fiction (and international cult favorite.)This book was EXTREMELY imaginative. From the characters, to their lifestyles, to a club of professionals who teach you how to commit suicide (in a university setting!) it was like setting was someone's hallucination rather than physical France."] this GIF has been so useful lately. … Continue reading Last book review of the year!!/ How I Became Stupid by Martin Page

Top Ten Bookish Settings I’d Love to Visit

This Top Ten Tuesday challenge is from The Broke and the Bookish ❤ If I had the amazing chance to live in a fictitious universe, here's where I'd go... 1. The moors in Wuthering Heights Roaming wild with Cathy and Heathcliff. This activity automatically makes you a passionate and wayward person. Soulmates make sense to me ❤ … Continue reading Top Ten Bookish Settings I’d Love to Visit

Film Review: “Happy Death Day”

Happy Death Day Director: Christopher Landon PG-13 1 h 36 m My Take: I went to see Happy Death Day to celebrate Halloween month, and it was just precious. A SASSY sorority girl named Tree (Jessica Rothe) relives her birthday over and over and dies a fresh way everyday. She’s stabbed, hit by a truck, … Continue reading Film Review: “Happy Death Day”

Book Review: Ladders to Fire

My heart! And I found her at the library book sale, fifty cents. I was in Maryland on vacation, I randomly picked a book with a neat cover, and Anais Nin turned out to be ANAIS NIN, a perfumed goddess of literature, shining. Her prose, the way she describes character emotions! She makes me feel better to … Continue reading Book Review: Ladders to Fire