This post was actually based off me running a very very old tumblr blog, in which I do a lot of tagging things based on themes and concepts I find interesting. And in doing so I’ve noticed a lot of concepts that repeatedly pull up in my writing, and in what I enjoy in literature. … More Post-Hiatus Posting: Some Thematic Ideas I’ve Been Thinking About A Lot
This last month, I’ve been working on a writing project, in which my goal was to write 10,000 words. I succeeded at this goal!! My first 3 1/2 chapters are wonderful and I love them and obviously, it’s going to take a lot more work to get to the end, but I’m proud of myself … More I Talk About My WIP: On Writing Anxiety
2018 was the year I decided I liked love. No, not liked love — loved love, and craved love, and wanted to read about love and fall in love without fear. This was not an easily-won goal, as one might perhaps expect. No, for me, deciding that love was good took a fight.
About six months back, I wrote a really long and intense post about how to get started and be better at book blogging. Several of the comments, however, were asking about productivity: how do I keep my life all together, and how do I keep up the same blogging schedule? I think it’s important to … More Managing the Life & Blogging Grind, part one: How I Operate My Week
I got nominated for an award a couple of weeks ago by two new bloggers I hadn’t known yet, Charlotte and Anna @ReadsRainbow, who blog about sapphic lit (AMAZING BEAUTIFUL SHOWSTOPPING) and are amazing and super talented (so go check them out!) This tag involves giving an origin story and then some blogging advice! I … More Blogger Recognition Award: I Share My Origin Story, and Give Blogging Advice
I have absolutely no excuses for this post except that it was one a.m. and I draft some wild shit sometimes.
I have a confession: I used to be pretty into Game of Thrones. (In the background, you can hear thousands of fans screaming at my use of the past tense.) And here I am, discussing why I’m dubious over whether I will enjoy the ending. Because I think this show has completely lost direction and … More Why I’m Not Honestly That Excited for Game of Thrones: Season Eight