How Adjectives Can Help You Write Effective and Accurate Reviews, + Bonus: My Happy Words List

Recently, I've started compiling a list of adjectives I've noticed are used effectively in book blurbs and reviews. I’ve been trying to improve my media (books and films) review writing abilities, and I’ve discovered that reading reviews that I like to model by is extremely helpful. Furthermore, I’ve discovered that adjectives are especially evocative. Typically … Continue reading How Adjectives Can Help You Write Effective and Accurate Reviews, + Bonus: My Happy Words List

Some Tips on How to Avoid Technological Disasters

I missed my weekly posting goal last week, so the following is the first of two posts this week. Note how honestly I’m approaching this situation – you should also know that it may or may not have been (extremely) painful for me to write this. Some tips on how to avoid Technological Disasters, which … Continue reading Some Tips on How to Avoid Technological Disasters

some highlights of 2021: Of my pathetic attempt at bujo, reading record, music discoveries, and new habits for 2022

Random Failure of the Year I tried the Bullet Journal Method. I lasted about 21 days. I’m honestly lazy when it comes to daily habits and serious life-health things came up and interrupted my flow so I didn’t keep up with my daily entries. BuJo actually works for me way better than all the other … Continue reading some highlights of 2021: Of my pathetic attempt at bujo, reading record, music discoveries, and new habits for 2022

Cover Reveal & Book Launch! Cathedral by Maya Joelle

I’ve a special announcement to make today about a book launch! This is a special release for me because I’ve known the author, Maya Joelle, for several years in the blogsphere and she’s a talented writer! (Check out her main blog for helpful book reviews & recommendations - I owe my discovery and love for … Continue reading Cover Reveal & Book Launch! Cathedral by Maya Joelle

A Look At My Scary 2021 Autumn TBR Shelf

I bet you thought I’d bring up the upcoming spooky season somehow in this post. Well, I’m not. My fall TBR shelf (it’s actually a bookcase – yes, you’re reading it right. I have an entire case of books that have not been read yet, and yes, it’s also a bit embarrassing to admit) is … Continue reading A Look At My Scary 2021 Autumn TBR Shelf