Right. So this story is about a girl, Constance, who in the beginning of her senior year discovers that her mother is a necromancer- and that she has inherited it. Some bad stuff is going on with the planes (where spirits go when they die and our world), and as necromancers, Constance and her mom…… Continue reading Possession Book Review
All right, y’all! I feel awful that I didn’t get this up on Wednesday- long story short (and if you follow me on twitter you’ll know some of this already), I was very nearly in a bad car accident, set off the burglar alarm in my own house, had to talk to emergency personnel twice,…… Continue reading CHARACTER Week 3
Hi, y’all! Just wanted to apologize- this week’s CHARACTER post will be delayed to Saturday. There has been some major unforeseeable stuff going on the past few days, and I simply haven’t had the chance to draft it. In the meantime, feel free to pick up the tag from week one, or keep reading for the…… Continue reading Delay & Twitter Chat Rundown
Sorry for the short notice! Tomorrow, at 9 AM Central Time, I’m going to be hosting Bookwise’s first twitter chat! It’ll be centered around the CHARACTERS series, focusing mainly on the two topics that have gone up already- astrology/mysticism and the Myers-Briggs Type Identifier (MBTI). I hope to see you all there! If you don’t…… Continue reading Twitter Chat!!!
Well, it’s been a while since I did one of these. Without further ado, I present to you my third Pinterest Roundup and decidedly most exciting character- Julia Meier. Julia is defiant. She resents her position in life- missing father, apathetic mother- and tries to run as far away as fast as she can.…… Continue reading Pinterest Roundup: Julia
Hi, you guys! I am back with the CHARACTER series! I’m so excited with how last week’s was received, you all make me so happy and I love you guys so much! This week will focus a little bit more on plot, although character development is definitely a huge thing here. I know a bit…… Continue reading CHARACTER: Week Two
*trigger warning* Oh my word. Oh my word. Oh my word. This book ought to be required reading in high schools. It paints a picture of a small town where everyone knows everyone and no one wants to disrupt the uneasy peace between neighbors. There are some major issues that never get resolved because of…… Continue reading Review: The Female Of The Species