As most of you know, I’ve been working on my WIP since November of 2018. Around July of last year, I began taking writing as a career more seriously. In the past, I’d started different manuscripts and always left them unfinished at around the 20K mark. But last year, something changed in me, and I… Continue reading Favorite Authortubers
Hello friends! I was thinking of what to write on the blog today, and since I’ve been working so much on my manuscript, I thought I’d share with you all my journey as I continue to edit and write it. But first, let me give you a little update on what exactly it is… Continue reading Follow My WIP’s Journey!
The Huntress by Kate Quinn was amazing! This was the first novel I read by this author and I can already say I’ll definitely be reading her other books. The historical backdrop of WWII was as vivid as it gets, and her portrayal of the Night Witches (all-female night bombers) was unforgettable. I love when… Continue reading The Huntress
Named after Ernest Hemingway’s wives, Hadley, Pfeiffer, and Martha, the Hemingway sisters could not be more different from one another. After a tumultuous childhood, one of loss and financial troubles, the three sisters reunite after over a decade in their childhood home after the passing of their Aunt Bea, who helped raise them. During their… Continue reading The Sisters Hemingway
The Curiosities by Susan Gloss is one of those books that creeps into your daily life, making you wonder what the characters are up to while you're not reading. I was completely invested in Nell and in the way she coped with the loss of her baby girl. I'm a huge art lover and fellow… Continue reading The Curiosities
I have to be honest with you guys. I’ve never really paid much attention to what I eat and even less when I eat. I usually eat what I want and eat whenever I’m hungry. But something shifted last year when I had a health scare. I realized that the things I consume and how I… Continue reading What to Eat When
The Eulogist is about an Irish family that migrates to the US in 1818, settling in Ohio a “free” slave state. The narrative follows the family’s children--Olivia, James, and Erasmus, the different paths they choose, and what ultimately seems to be the plot of the book, helping slaves to freedom. I have to say that… Continue reading The Eulogist