Photo Credit Saints and Misfits has been on my radar ever since this past summer, and I'm so excited to share my review. Before we jump in, here's a quick look at the summary: "Saints and Misfits is an unforgettable debut novel that feels like a modern day My So-Called Life…starring a Muslim teen. How… Continue reading Book Review: Saints and Misfits
Hi All! This is just a quick check-in because I want to hear how you all are doing. I'm currently around 15K words, and have been falling behind. But... WE'RE HALFWAY THERE, AND NOTHING'S GONNA GET IN THE WAY- ok, I'll stop. (I'm not the only one who watched Big Time Rush, am I?)… Continue reading Writing Update: We’re Halfway There!
Photo Credit: Goodreads They Both Die at the End was one of the books that YA Twitter raved about this past summer. I wanted to be able to take part in the discussion, so I read both History Is All You Left Me and They Both Die at the End. Before I jump into the review,… Continue reading Book Review: THEY BOTH DIE AT THE END by Adam Silvera
Hi all, I'm back with another Thursday's Thoughts! As a student, I've found that I'm able to focus on my stats more in the summer than during the school-year. This results in me being able to interact more with you in the comment section, and just being more involved in the blogosphere in general.… Continue reading Thursday’s Thoughts: How Much Do You Focus on Stats?
Photo Credit: Goodreads I finally got to read Warcross, and I can definitely say that the wait was worth it and that they hype was so well-deserved. Before I jump into the review, here's a quick look at the summary: "For the millions who log in every day, Warcross isn’t just a game—it’s a way… Continue reading Book Review: WARCROSS by Marie Lu
Nanowrimo has officially begun, and I just wanted to share some quick writerly words of encouragement. Nanowrimo is such a wonderful time of the year, but I also know that it can create a lot of pressure. Don't worry if you miss a few days or even a week. As long as you end up with more… Continue reading Thursday’s Thoughts: Writerly Encouragement