Hello everyone! Quarantine and being home from school with all my extracurriculars cancelled is already driving me a little crazy, so I'm putting some services up for sale! I'm willing to read/edit/beta-read school work, essays, blog posts, and fan fictions. I am also willing to write short fan fictions, blog posts or essays (not for… Continue reading Services for Sale
So, this past decade, I was 10 (2010) to 20 (turned in 2019) years old, so a lot of reading, and a lot of formative reading was done. Here are the ten books that most stick out as my favorite of the decade, narrowed to those published within the peace as well.
A lot of times, when I finish a book, I don't have enough time or inclination to write a full blog post review. So, I have recently started doing Bookstagram again and I've been posting mini-reviews of every book I've ever read, including going back and writing a review of every book I've read and… Continue reading Want More Book Reviews?
Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. In theater, casting is often very intentional. In Caryl Churchill’s… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Cloud Nine Essay: Where is Tommy?
Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. Fences by August Wilson premiered in 1985. The play was adapted… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Fences Performance Critique
I'm in my second semester of college, and, if you ignore that fact that I did not keep up with my blog at all, I did pretty well my first semester. So, here are some of the things I learned, that might help you. 1 - GO TO CLASS Go to class. You are paying… Continue reading A Guide to: College – Study Skills
Intro: Every book blogger has a story of how they got into reading or what book insinuated the love of reading in them. This is my story, except my "learning to love to read" story is also my "literally learning to read story". Story Time: Every kindergartener in America starts reading by learning sight words,… Continue reading Scars and Stories: How I Learned to Read (Though Sheer Stubborness)
Synopsis: Connie Ranvir is the daughter of a war hero, and the mirror image of him too. Too bad she never knew him, too bad she doesn't want to be like him. But the Alliance has other ideas, wants her to conscript, follow in his footsteps and be a martyr for a cause that isn't… Continue reading A Little About My Novel: Legacy Of Stardust