Today I want to talk about books that changed my life. These are books that either inspired me to write, made me read more, made me think, or made me see the world in a completely different way. A lot of them are ones I read as a child because that’s when we are most susceptible to those feelings of everything clicking into place, I think. So here we go!
I was scrolling through the Goodreads 2019 releases lists and found some really awesome books that I cannot wait to pre-order! I took six books that looked the most interesting to me and put them in a neat little post for you all!
So Blue Bloods itself was a really interesting series de la Cruz has an interesting take on her vampire mythology by making them fallen angels and by the end of the series I was on the edge of my seat- a lot different reaction then my review to the pilot book. I felt the characters became more interesting and fleshed out, the story was completely saturated in extensive and detailed world building, and it was a vivid and actually great series to read.
Whenever I scroll through my Twitter or Pinterest I always get a lot of cute graphics about #BookwormProblems. (Now, I consider myself a Book Dragon, but that is completely beside the point.) Today I’m going to tell you some of my favorite (and relatable) #BookwormProblems.
This book was recommended to me by a good friend and I was initially really interested. I loved Melissa de la Cruz’s Disney Descendants books and I was really hopeful to like this series, too, because I LOVE vampires. I was really disappointed when it didn’t become my new favorite series.
I think Braswell did a wonderful job of keeping true to Belle’s character while also making her fit into the new story she created.
I am who I am. I am a makeup-loving, heels wearing, skirt flouncing lesbian and I am so proud of that!
On May 12th, 2018, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Creative Writing and a minor in Business from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. I held three leadership positions as Campus Correspondent, Entertainment Editor, and Social Media Manager for MCLA’s chapter of Her […]
I meant to have this up a lot sooner, but senior year is taking it’s toll on my spare time. I wanted to write about my experience on Easter Sunday last week. Now a lot of you know I’m pagan and I don’t really celebrate Easter besides the Reese’s eggs. […]
The importance of having a strong support system as a writer (or in any other passion).
Note: This post was edited on 4/23/20 for pronoun changes as Alexis Frost came out as MTF transgender. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my upcoming graduation in May and looking back on where I was 4 years ago and where I am now. My mom is planning my […]