Welcome to 2023! The New Year means a new Goodreads Reading Challenge goal and the annual editing of our To Be Read lists. With many blog posts screaming out the books to look out for in 2023, what do we read until release dates? Plus, isn't it comforting to confide in the books others have… Continue reading What Were The Most Read Books in 2022?
Should I Make A Reading Goal For 2023?
It is that time of the year again. The first scent of peppermint and pinecones has us rushing to finish short novels that we might not even be interested in. And the worst part? We end up making the same unachievable goal for the next year, so the cycle can repeat again and again. This… Continue reading Should I Make A Reading Goal For 2023?
Lessons from the Characters of The Ballad of Never After
Stephanie Garber's sequel to Once Upon a Broken Heart came out September 13, 2022, and The Ballad of Never After is worthy of all the praise it has received thus far. The sequel picks up right where the first installment left off and relays the same exciting tale of Evangeline Fox and the Prince of… Continue reading Lessons from the Characters of The Ballad of Never After
Where To Organize Your Writing
For too long, I have had an ugly mess of Google Docs that would collect my poems. I would have to search in three different files to find my five poems for submissions. That stopped today. If you also have had the same struggles about finding where you placed that one specific poem, well I… Continue reading Where To Organize Your Writing
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Ending Explained
Amazon Barnes & Noble Viz The time has come. The bittersweet end of Demon Slayer has been released and hopefully it is everything you were hoping for. As a sucker for the reincarnation theory, this chapter had me rereading it over and over again in hopes to absorb all the possible scenarios brought forth within… Continue reading Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Ending Explained
Two Poems, One Day Challenge
The Rules (Kind Of) Every day, write two poems. It's that simple. You can write freestyle, a haiku, or a rhyme scheme. As long as you are writing something that conveys emotion, or even lack of emotion, you are following the rules. There is no type, word count, or timing requirements, as long as you… Continue reading Two Poems, One Day Challenge
The Seven Deadly Sins Ending Explained
Amazon Barnes & Noble Final Manga Review The end has come and it is bittersweet. Suzuki has made this entire world that I have devoured and now it is slipping away from me. I have already shed my tears over this amazing conclusion to this phenomenal manga series. Seeing my favorite characters live out their… Continue reading The Seven Deadly Sins Ending Explained
Why Feysand Is The Best Ship
Feyre and Rhysand should be recorded as the best literature couple in all of existence and let me tell you why...
How to Create a Writing Schedule
If you are overwhelmed with the writing process, this is a simple guide of how to overcome time commitment required to write.
How to Edit a Poetry Collection
I am editing my final draft of Post-You, so I have taken the time to show how you can also edit your poetry collection before self-publishing.