Tell Me a Story

Today is day 3 of the Biannual Bibliothon. The challenge is to write a story containing at least 5 characters from at least 4 different stories (or television shows, or films...the rules a pretty lenient).   For the moment, it's much later than I'd like and my story isn't quite ready yet. So for the … Continue reading Tell Me a Story

Favorite Summer Reads

Today is day 2 of the Biannual Bibliothon and the blog challenge is talking about your favorite summer reads be it books, genres, or anything else that reminds you of summer. Favorite Summer Books: During the summer I enjoy reading outside whenever I can. I love stretching out in the sun like a cat and … Continue reading Favorite Summer Reads

2018 Summer Biannual Bibliothon

This year I've started working on a BookTube channel. As I'm making progress with that I've been watching the videos of other BookTubers. One video I came across was from one of my favorite channels - Emmabooks .  One of Emma's recent videos was a TBR (to be read) list for a biannual readathon that … Continue reading 2018 Summer Biannual Bibliothon

The Death Cure

Today, I went to the final installment of the Maze Runner movies. It feels like it's been so long since the first one came out that it's hard to think that this is the end. It's similar to how it felt when Harry Potter ended. I remember seeing the last movie in theatres with my … Continue reading The Death Cure

The Bard and The Book(s) of the Month

First of all, ahhh! I had this one all planned out and still I post late. For me it's only by a few minutes, but it just shows the date for readers. That's what I get for writing so much in a limited time.  Anyway, Monday evening I returned to high school. I'm just kidding, … Continue reading The Bard and The Book(s) of the Month

Finding My Ikigai

The other day I finished reading "Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life" by Héctor García and Francesc Miralles. Although it wasn't a super short read, it was easy. The concept of ikigai, which generally speaking means your "purpose for being", was well explained. The basis of the book are the residents of Okinawa, many … Continue reading Finding My Ikigai

Chilling Out in the Stars

I'll admit I'm a sucker for themed things, especially when they're Scorpio themed. I won't lie and say I'm not just vain enough to feel excited whenever good things are predicted for my zodiac sign. Say what you will, but in a way astrology does work. It's not an accurate science, but I've found that … Continue reading Chilling Out in the Stars