Thoughts From Camp pt. 1

So today I’m going to be sharing some take-aways I had from spending the summer at camp. I definitely wasn’t expecting it to change me as much as it did, or for me to go through quite as much growth as I did! I’m also going to be sharing a few quotes/verses that were impactful….

Hearts On Lonely Mountain: Review

Today I’m bringing you a review and celebrating the release of Anita Heath’s newest novel! Before we dive into the review, I have a little bit to share about Anita herself, and some cool 1930s songs she chose to share with us! AnitA: Besides being an Indie Author, I’m a wife, mother of four, Sunday…

Projects + Giveaways

Hi everyone! Last week I mistakenly told you to expect a review of the novel Hearts On Lonely Mountain this week, but that’s actually next week! Instead, this week I’m going to share a few fun things including a giveaway, a new project of mine, and a new email list! I’m sure you’re all waiting…

For The Jane Austen Fans

I know that many of my readers, myself included, are fans of Jane Austen and her works. I fell in love with her novels after I read Emma in 8th grade, and later watched the movie with my mom. So today, for a bit of a fun post after my organization series, I’m going to…

Staying Organized: Good Habits

One of the most important parts of staying organized, especially when you’re busy, is having good habits. If you try to do everything all in one day you’ll get stressed, but if you do a little bit every day your life will be so much easier. I always make a little time for organization every…

The Grim Alliance: Review

The Grim Alliance, Infidel books #2: Angela R. Watts This book was a great follow-up to The Divided Nation, and left me in even further suspense. I can’t wait to see where Angela goes with this series in the future! I recently reviewed the first novel in the series, and was super excited when I…

Ivy Introspective: Review

In a world that doesn’t understand her, how can she grow? Ivy Introspective is one of my favorite Chronicles of Alice and Ivy books. I absolutely love Ivy, and the transformation she undergoes over the course of the novel is very well-done and impressive. The characters are what really tug on me for this series,…

Staying Organized: Bullet Journals

Today I’m going to be talking a lot about bullet journals, especially the system I use. However, for some people bullet journals just aren’t it, sometimes because they are too complicated or too artistic. Most of the things I’m going to talk about can be done in either a regular notebook, or a typcial planner….

Staying Organized: Prioritization

I’m currently working at a local camp (actually with Ellie Loretta, you should check out her camp styles series!), where I get at minimum 6 hours of work per day, plus I’m preparing for Cross Country this fall, and with all of that I’m still trying to keep up my blog, edit The Runaway Princess,…

Eight Writing Prompts

I’ve still been collecting writing prompts, and since I no longer have a Weekly Wednesday Writing prompt, I figured I’d just give you a bunch of them all at once! Prompt #1 Prompt #2 Prompt #3 Prompt #4 Prompt #5 Prompt #6 Prompt #7 Prompt #8 I hope you enjoyed! And don’t forget if you…

Ivy Introspective Launch

Today I’m sharing the pre-order link to Ivy Introspective by Kellyn Roth, the second novel in her series The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy. I had the chance earlier this year to beta-read for Kellyn, and I absolutely love what she’s done with this novel! Blurb In a world that doesn’t understand her, how can…

Writing Tips from Pinterest

To be honest, I learned SO much from Pinterest, I don’t even know where to start! I also gained a lot of knowledge from bloggers like Kellyn Roth and Kingdom Pen. I’m going to share about six pieces of my favorite writing advice, but at the end, I’ll also share the link to my whole…

Three Snippets: The Runaway Princess

I’m currently working at a camp, and will be all summer. Last week Wednesday was our arrival day, so I didn’t have time to put out a post. I may change my posting day to match my day off, Sunday, but for now it will still be Wednesday. Anyway, today I have a lovely bunch…

Poem: It Seemed So Easy

So today I’m sharing a little bit of poetry I wrote late freshman year. It’s actually a song, but I’ve yet to finish the music bit. Here it is! It seemed so easy All you have to do is talk So why do the words stick in my throat It seemed so easy Just open…

The Green Ember series: Review

The Green Ember, Ember Falls, Ember Rising, Ember’s End I just recently finished this series. My mom used to read one book out loud to my siblings and I, a chapter a day, back when I was home schooled. Some of my favorite memories are from Mom reading to us. About three years ago, she…