TagMiddle Grade

The Truth About Writing On Holidays – NaNoWriMo Week 4 Update

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Heyo Bookaholics! Truth is, it’s hard. A little reminder… I’m doing NaNoWriMo this month again! If you are new here and haven’t seen my previous NaNoWriMo posts, you can find them linked below, just click on the header image to view the post!      The Truth About Writing On Holidays. Look, it’s good to be optimistic. I live my life as an extreme optimist but that often times backfires. Sometimes we realistically cannot do everything we plan to, even if we […]

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Week 3 NaNoWriMo Update & Changes I’ve Made To My Tracker

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Heyo Bookaholics! These updates are so much fun! I’m doing NaNoWriMo this month again! If you are new here and haven’t seen my previous NaNoWriMo posts, you can find them linked below, just click on the header image to view the post! Changes To My Tracker: I don’t use the NaNoWriMo tracker because I don’t like it. Also, I live for this website called Pacemaker.press which is literally the best writing tracker on the internet. So recently I’ve made changes […]

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Are Wacky Themes Only Reserves For Middle-Grade Novels? (SW#43)

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Heyo Bookaholics! Why. So. Serious? This is not officially part of my NaNoWriMo 2019 series of posts, but I had this idea when I was plotting the outline for my NaNoWriMo WIP and I needed to discuss it. I was stuck, you see. I wanted to write a Middle-Grade novel and have it not seem older than the genre or the age of the protagonists, but how am I suppose to do that and have an engaging storyline? My answer: […]

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NaNoWriMo Week 2 Update!

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Heyo Bookaholics! Look at me keeping up with the updates 0-0! I’m doing NaNoWriMo this month again! If you are new here and haven’t seen my previous NaNoWriMo posts, you can find them linked below, just click on the header image to view the post! Progress Report! Brought to you by the most epic analytics dashboard: Pacemaker.press. This is not sponsored, this dashboard really appeals to my inner analyst. This progress update will take off from the Week 1 Update […]

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NaNoWriMo Progress: Week 1! (SW#41)

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Heyo Bookaholics! What’s the update? I’m just going to open this post by saying that something happened to the NaNoWriMo Website and I really do not like it. As someone who has a habit of backdating things – this includes forgetting to log my words on the day that I write them – I haven’t figured out Are you up-to-date? This is my third NaNoWriMo themed post. If you’d like to stay up-to-date with everything that’s happening with me this […]

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The Start of NaNoWriMo!!

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Heyo Bookaholics! Ah, Another Year Of Fake Optimism! So NaNoWriMo started yesterday… I only remembered to write because of @TheYARoom’s The Write Night on Twitter or I would have forgotten altogether. It actually allowed me to take a break from the horrid assignment I’d been working on all yesterday afternoon and smash out 610 words! My goal for the day was 2,000 as per my planning document, which I made and takes into account every day I’m busy, lowering the […]

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Otherworld by Jason Segal and Kirsten Miller | Spoiler Free Book Review

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Heyo Bookaholics! The Game But Not As You Know It! Disclaimer: A big thank you to Bloomsbury publishing who sent me the ARC, and the finished copy upon release.   Otherworld has sat on my shelf for two years; it’s about time it was read and reviewed! Despite it being a middle-grade novel, I really enjoyed the story. It was a different concept to others that I’ve read, despite my constant comparison of it to the Mortality Doctrine Series and […]

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City of Saints and Theives by Natalie C. Anderson | Non-Spoilery Review

Heyo Bookaholics! I have never been more excited to write a non-spoilery review more than this one! I received this novel at the Bloomsbury Bloggers event in a goody bag over a year ago and I just recently decided to read it. Street-thief Tina breaks in to the luxurious house where her mother was killed to steal from Mr. Greyhill and nail him for her mother’s murder. She is caught red-handed. Saved by Mr. Greyhill’s gorgeous son, Michael, the pair […]

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The Hammer of Thor By Rick Riordan | Review

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Hey Ho Bookaholics! It’s Monday again, and it’s been 30 dgrees celcius for three days now and I haven’t been able to use the pool at all! But not to fear, I’ve been working on this review all day and I have finally finally finished it. I hope you enjoy reading my review that was such a pain to write because I could not seem to gether all my thoughts together to sum up this wonderful masterpiece of a book. […]

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