Hey everyone! After nine months of sporadic posting, I have decided to post every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Lord willing). A few bonus posts may appear here and there, but overall, my solid days are the ones listed above.
This post is about the main series, not any of the spin-offs. When I was nine, I picked up my first Nancy Drew book. I instantly fell in love, and over the next couple of years, I read them all (I read them out of order but somehow I kept track mentally, so I guess … Continue reading Nancy Drew Series by Carolyn Keene
Writing prompts are one of the greatest writing inventions. They can spark a writer's imagination, and become something impressive. One of my favorite works was sparked by a series of pictures. So, I've decided to list five writing prompts for you. And, as I'd love for others to do the same for me, I am … Continue reading Five Writing Prompts
I recently decided to take a Facebook fast. Even though I'm not on Facebook all day, every day, I still get on it more than I'd like. And it wastes time. A lot of time. What's the point of reading thousands of useless memes and spending hours and hours fostering relationships with people that aren't … Continue reading Facebook Fast
Hey everyone! I just wanted to let you all know that for (about) the next two weeks, I probably won't be on my blog much. I have a big chemistry final (and since chemistry isn't my thing, I've got to work on it...a lot more than I have so far). I also have a couple … Continue reading Period of Quiet
I've got exciting news! I finally read the full version of Little Women! I started it on Wednesday the 13th and finished it in the course of a little over a week (my reading time was only about 2-2 1/2 days because I didn't read every single day and some days I read for hours … Continue reading Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Everyone says, "Don't judge a book by its cover." It's such a common phrase, and yet we all probably do it sometime in our lives. A good example of why we should not "judge a book by its cover" is the character of Rosemary Leveux (Warning, there are When Calls the Heart spoilers in this … Continue reading What Rose Leveux Can Teach Us About Judging