What I learned in 2017

In the middle of the dumpster fire there were lessons to be learned: Always take time to read something outside of the genres you usually read. You might find a new one you love. For me it was fantasy. I also found that poetry just isn't my thing and probably never will be - and … Continue reading What I learned in 2017

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100.

2017 was the absolute pits. And so was 2016 before it. But amidst the hellfire, there is this one feat. 100 posts on a blog all my own. The holidays can be such a lonely time for me. Not that I am alone or anything. I'm lucky to be here with my family at the … Continue reading 100.

The Hardest Part About Growing Up

This has been on my mind a lot lately -- what's the most difficult thing you have encountered as an adult? To put it simply, I would say it is not being anyone's first person anymore. I get the term "first person" from Rosianna Halse Rojas' video, in which she talks about how communication changes … Continue reading The Hardest Part About Growing Up

November 2017 Book of the Month: SIX OF CROWS by Leigh Bardugo

This is incredibly late and I have not posted in a while, mostly from a lack of creativity and busy-ness due to the nightmare that is holiday retail. But I'm still reading, of course - because how else would I stay sane amidst the insanity? So. I have a new favorite book, everyone. It's Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. … Continue reading November 2017 Book of the Month: SIX OF CROWS by Leigh Bardugo