2018 is right around the corner, and it's going to be superrrrr big year for me. I love sharing and reading others' goals, so I thought that I'd make a blog post about mine! 2018 Goals! Graduate! That's right, I'll be a highschool senior next year, and I'll be graduating. While I'm super excited, I'm also… Continue reading 2018 Goals
Photo Credit Dear Martin wasn't a book that was anywhere on my radar going into 2017, but I'm so grateful to the bookish community for introducing me to it. Before I jump into the review, here's a look at the summary: "Justyce McAllister is top of his class and set for the Ivy League—but… Continue reading Book Review: Dear Martin
Welcome to the Stranger Things 2 book tag! If you haven't watched all of season 2 of Stranger Things and still intend to, I highly recommend that you do not read past this point because there'll be spoilers! But if you have finished season 2, and miss the setting and characters as much as I do, please read on! This… Continue reading Stranger Things 2 Book Tag
I can't believe that November is coming to a close, and that the year is wrapping up. despite what I originally thought about this month, November was actually a pretty good reading month for me all things considered. Books I read during November! (If there’s an asterisk next to a title it means that I’ve written… Continue reading November Wrap-Up
I finished Nanowrimo 2017 with 17,629 words. I'm proud of myself for attempting Nano during one of the busiest months of school, but school had to come first. However, I've dedicated my winter break to outlining+writing...and doing SAT math prep. One thing that I got out of this Nano was I fixed my setting.… Continue reading Writing Update: Nanowrimo Wrap-Up
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