This post could also be called "seven mini book reviews." 2020 was a good reading year for me, despite nearly dying in my senior year. I read 54 books and I will be sharing seven of them with you today. I try to read a healthy variety of genres, from productivity to fantasy to history. … Continue reading seven books I read in 2020 (and maybe you should read too)
Ciao darlings! This past spring, I had the snippet of an idea and well. . . it became something more than an abstract idea. It became a short story. Full of feeling, it may make you cry. I would grab a box of tissues and chocolates before you begin. Presenting for your reading enjoyment. . … Continue reading a grey heart
Hello fellow book dragons! I'm back with another review. I recently got the chance to be an ARC reader for Abbie Emmons’s debut novel, 100 Days of Sunlight. First of all, a huge round of congratulations and a large plate of waffles to Abbie for publishing her first novel! If you don’t know Abbie, you … Continue reading 100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons
Hi, fellow book dragons! (The term bookworm is too gentle and understated!) (read till the end for a treat) I love reading books, especially those in the fantasy genre. I'll be sharing my top fantasy authors. C.S. Lewis Ever since I read the Chronicles of Narnia as a child, I've fallen in love with Narnia. … Continue reading Great Fantasy Authors
Hello folks! *waves* *cue dramatic music and lights* I've set off for a journey to the unknown land of NaNoWriMo for the first time. PRE NANOWRIMO THOUGHTS: Eeek! I'm actually doing this! I'm so excited and so nervous. That word count looms over my head! I'll be relying on advice from Charis from Charis Rae … Continue reading Planning for NaNoWriMo: The Experiences of a Newbie
*the lights begin to glimmer and a girl with a gavel appears* I call this meeting of the Bookworm Society to order! I propose a motion to change the name to the Book Dragon Society! *lights fade* Haha! I just love to read and discovered a few new titles this summer and can't wait to … Continue reading Summer Reading 2018
Hiya! Today, I'm sharing a book I recently read (I'm actually reading fiction after an oppressive school year! (note: the workload was oppressive, that is, not the actual year)). I was browsing at the lovely private library and this book caught my eye while the synopsis grabbed my attention. Plot *spoilers ahead* Young orphaned Peggy … Continue reading The Sherwood Ring by Elizabeth Pope
I review the extremely popular modern fairytale series, the Land of Stories. Read on!