Hiatus Announcement. I Promise It’s More Worth Your Time Than Shane Dawson.

SO hey, y’all. It’s been a very interesting little while, not always in good way, and I’ve decided, upon consideration, that I should take a one-month hiatus. This is worth explaining, so bear with me. This will actually be the first time I have taken a break from this blog’s four-times-a-week posting schedule in, quite … More Hiatus Announcement. I Promise It’s More Worth Your Time Than Shane Dawson.

Voting Rights and Lesbianism, aka Dear Rachel Maddow by Adrienne Kisner

Dear Rachel Maddow Adrienne Kisner ★★★☆☆ | 8 Nov 2018 “1. When you look at the papers on your desk and circle something, are you really reading from them? Don’t you read from a teleprompter? When you go to commercial, you shuffle those papers, too. Seriously, is there anything even written on them?” A close … More Voting Rights and Lesbianism, aka Dear Rachel Maddow by Adrienne Kisner

Eighteen Things I’ve Learned In My First Eighteen Years

I turned eighteen years old last week and I figured it would be worth writing a post reflecting on how I’ve gotten here, and what I want out of my life. 1) When you’re upset, tell people what’s going on with you. A few years ago, I worried a lot that telling people things, or asking … More Eighteen Things I’ve Learned In My First Eighteen Years

The Next Book By My Favorite Author: Blanca Y Roja by Anna-Marie McLemore

Blanca Y Roja Anna-Marie McLemore ★★★★★ | 8 Oct 2018 But I would not let the swans write our story for us. So… let’s start with, I cried reading this? Anna-Marie McLemore is one of the most talented authors on any market right now. she is consistently fantastic at creating compelling characters, beautiful sentences, and … More The Next Book By My Favorite Author: Blanca Y Roja by Anna-Marie McLemore