Another year has come and gone. 2019 brought the beginning of this blog and only increased my passion for reading and writing. I'm grateful for the growth I've experienced this past year, and cannot wait to see what 2020 brings! In 2019: I read 27 books/audiobooks, wrote 34 blog posts, had viewers from 32 countries, … Continue reading 2019.
Two books, two e-books, one poetry book, one audio book, and a smattering of literary magazines. I wish I could say that I read more this summer, but this is what I accomplished. It's worth noting that my free time was spent reading between working as a barista, moving, starting a new writing job, and … Continue reading what i read this summer.
In searching for new ways to expand my reading through new writers and genres, I found literary magazines. Literature magazines are perfect for curating a love for different styles, topics, and ideas. I’d never picked up a lit magazine until some time last year when I was looking for something to read in an airport. … Continue reading lit magazine love.
After months of seeing Instagram posts advertising this product, I decided to give into the hype. Scribbler is a subscription box for novelists made by bestselling authors. As said on the site, "The subscription box, delivered monthly, is designed to help novelists do the three most important things: stay motivated while writing, improve their craft, … Continue reading scribbler review.
Since starting a full-time desk job, I have noticed my reading time plummet. Not ideal for someone running a book blog/instagram. Trying to find a balance of love for reading and fitting it into a busy schedule can be tough. So I decided to write up a few ways to realistically get into a habit … Continue reading getting into a reading habit.