What I’m Reading For The BECAUSE WE CAN Readathon (BWCR TBR)!!

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Hai Beautiful Humans! I’m Gonna Give It My All! This was supposed to be posted last Saturday but I postponed it to yesterday, then I had a major breakdown and now it’s going live today! Although, I guess posting on the off/non-scheduled days has become expected from me by now (see bottom of this post for my actual blog schedule). This week I am participating in the Because We Can Readathon (again!). This time it is running from the 19th till the […]

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Retribution Dies by Chloe Hodge | Spoiler Free Book Review!

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Hai Beautiful! The sequel and new covers! The sequel to the most epic novel by my favourite indie/ self-published author is here and I have read it! This review will be entirely spoiler-free for both the first and second books, so you won’t have to worry if you haven’t read either (yet). Goodreads Summary Blood will spill. Death awaits … But who will pay the price? The battle for Renlock may be won, but the war for Everosia is far from over. […]

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This One Is Ours by Kate O’Donnell | Spoiler Free Book Review Book Tour!

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Hai Beautiful! Activism, but make it realistic! Agh, I loved this book! Kate O’Donnell is truly an artist with her words, able to bring us into the mind of a sisteen-year-old with hopes and dreams and make it beautiful. Goodreads Summary Sixteen-year-old Sofie is a dreamer, an artist and a romantic. So when she goes on exchange to Paris, she is expecting magnificent adventures of the heart and mind. Yet France isn’t what she imagined. It’s cold and grey, and […]

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Writing & Insecurities (SW#66)

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Hai Beautiful! Writing is scary! I wanted to write this post ever since I changed my mindset regarding my writing. Recently I stopped telling myself that “ignoring your WIP is not the same as giving up,” and “you can’t be scard of a writing project!” and started trying to understand the reason why I was indeed ‘giving up’. Once I’d identified what the hell I was so damn scared of, I was able to start working on ways to make the writing […]

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Skylarks by Karen Gregory | Spoiler-Free Book Review

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Hai Beautiful!  Not exactly what I was expecting… I picked this book up specifically to fulfil the WLW Romance novel prompt for the Bratz Readathon which is running all of September! I was so excited that I made both a YouTube video and blog post on the topic. Goodreads Summary We watch the bird as it flies high above us, singing like it’s the only thing in the world that matters. And I feel it – that life can be […]

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Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo | Spoiler-Free Book Review

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Hai Beautiful! Mysteriously delightful. As someone who has never read a Leigh Bardugo book, I will be the first to say that I now know what I have been missing out on and I am very disappointed that I hadn’t picked up one of her books sooner. Goodreads Summary Galaxy “Alex” Stern is the most unlikely member of Yale’s freshman class. Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom, Alex dropped out of school early and into a world […]

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Outlining WIP 2 because writer’s block smacked me in the face and procrastination seems like the only option instead of facing my problems (SW#65)

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Hai Beautiful! Okay, that title may be a few letters too long… It’s about time I update you all on my WIP progress, methinks. Although, embarrassingly, I haven’t been writing lately and posting this novel has added that pressure that I thought I was ready for, but as it turns out, I don’t think I am. If you are new or haven’t yet seen any previous writing posts, I am pleased to inform you that I am writing another ‘novel’! […]

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The Wickerlight by Mary Watson | Spoiler Free Book Review

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Hai Beautiful! This time I wasn’t confused 🙂 Whether or not you have read The Wren Hunt, you will enjoy this book just as much as if you had! Goodreads Summary Zara’s family moved to Kilshamble for a new beginning. But everything changed the night her sister was found dead on the village green. Two months later, Laila’s death is a riddle that nobody wants solved. Where were her injuries? Why was she so obsessed with local folklore? And what does […]

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Writing Goals For September 2020

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Hai Beautiful! I love disappointing myself by not achieving any of my writing goals… In today’s post I will be talking about my writing, some goals and hopes I have for it for the month of September. This will be realistic, within my limits and hopefully helpful to you if you are creating your own goals! If you are unaware, I am currently writing my second novel with the working title, His Diary and I am posting every single chapter to […]

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Chief by John Lyttle III | Spoiler-Free Novella Review

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Hai Beautiful! An interesting premise… I want to thank John Lyttle for providing me with a copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review. The premise was so intriguing that I just had to check it out plus it was a very short and quick read. Blurb: Wisdom walks through the halls as a most unusual janitor in New York’s wealthiest building. I want to preface this review by saying that I wasn’t a big fan of aspects of […]

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