As I mentioned in my previous post, I am slightly obsessed with the phenomenon that is Pokémon Go. Judging from the amount of people I see every day following Lure Modules and traveling to various gyms across town, you might also be a Pokémon Trainer--and if that's the case, then this is the post for you, my friend. … Continue reading Book Tag: Pokémon Go!
I have always dreamed of having my own library. You know what I'm talking about: stacks upon stacks of books, with ladders to reach the highest shelves and a cozy spot to curl up and get lost in other worlds. In other words, the kind of library that the Beast gave to Belle. And so, when e-books entered the … Continue reading The Death of the So-Called ‘Death of Reading’
At some point or another, all aspiring writers are told that it's a less than glamorous life, and that we will face countless rejections over the course of their lifetime. We are told it is very difficult to make a living as a writer, and if we do manage to pull it off, there isn't much … Continue reading Why I Write
Since my last entry, I have clearly fallen short of my blogging goals. What can I say? Life happens. A couple weeks ago, I traveled back to my lovely Missouri to see my cousin graduate college; last weekend, I attended a wedding, got to see some dear friends, and met new ones in the process. This holiday weekend, I'm headed … Continue reading Summer Reading
A few years ago, a little show called Game of Thrones took over the world. I couldn't go anywhere on Facebook or Tumblr without hearing about it. I didn't even know what the show was about, but I knew there was a lot of nudity, and a lot of fighting. Since violence isn't really my jam, I wasn't too intrigued. … Continue reading Why We Love Game of Thrones
If we haven't met--or, more than likely, if this is your first time visiting--there is something you should know: I love to read. I can never quite answer the question, "What do you like to read?", because I'll read anything. As writers, that's a piece of advice we constantly give one another: read everything. It's also good advice … Continue reading House-Elves and Children’s Tales