Thoughts About Reading

You Don’t Have to Love Every Book

It’s okay to not like a book. As writers and authors, we remind ourselves to focus on our target audience. We aren’t writing for everyone out there. But as readers, we can forget that we aren’t everyone’s target audience. So not every book is for you. You probably don’t enjoy every genre or every trope.… Continue reading You Don’t Have to Love Every Book

Updates

Reading Updates/ Map Recap Pt. 2

In case you missed it, last week I posted Part 1 of my May recap, which was essentially a giant writing update. If you want to know about what I'm currently writing, make sure you go read it! This second part is going to be focused on what books I've been loving, and some other… Continue reading Reading Updates/ Map Recap Pt. 2

Writing life

September Recap!

Fall is here! Is anyone else excited? I love, love, love Fall. It just makes me happy. I love the temperatures and the colors. I love all of it! But enough about me ranting about how I love Fall. Onto the other stuff! Reading Recap I read five books this month! It was almost six… Continue reading September Recap!

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Lost Track of Time

by Paige Britt Penelope's life is scheduled completely. Her mother details out what Penelope is to do with every minute of her day, leaving Penelope with very little time to pursue her own hobbies and ideas, such as her writing. One day, Penelope somehow has absolutely nothing scheduled--a hole in her planner. An entire day… Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Track of Time

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Adventure’s Guide to Successful Escapes (book #1)

by Wade Albert White back cover: "Is there such a thing as too much adventure? Anne is about to find out. She's spent most of her thirteen years scrubbing dirty hallways and laboring in dark mines at Saint Lupin's orphanage, dreaming of finding her true home and of becoming an adventurer alongside her best friend,… Continue reading Book Review: The Adventure’s Guide to Successful Escapes (book #1)

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Lost Girl

by Anne Ursu back cover: "When you're an identical twin, your story always starts with someone else: For Iris, that means her story starts with Lark. Iris has always been the grounded, capable, and rational one; Lark is inventive, dreamy, and brilliant--and from their first moments in the world together, they've never left each other's… Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Girl