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I Have Moved
Hello my loves. I just wanted to let everyone on this platform know that I've moved over to Wordpress. I'll still keep this blog up, but I will NOT be posting here anymore. I thank you guys for following me here on this platform and encourage you to move ov...
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Why I Love Loving Villains
Photo credit to Elemental Child (check out their crowns, they're beautiful but so expensive sobs) Everyone loves a good hero, right? But I always thought that a great villain makes for a better hero. Sure we love to root for the underdog and the oracle qu...
Why I Love Loving Villains
Why I Love Loving Villains
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Angsty Raven Boys and Blue | Dream Thieves Review
DISCLAIMER: This review has slight spoilers! I've come back to the world of The Raven Cycle and the only thing that I've become is: - Incredibly protective of the Raven Boys and Blue - More in love with Noah (such an adorable cinnamon roll) - Excited for Ro...
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In the Life (and Blog) | Weekly Post
Wow. I haven't written one of these in a long while--BUT I've written enough posts lately that I felt the need to compile them in one.  My life has been quite the adventure lately. As some of you may know, I'm in Taiwan studying and having fun (mostly havin...
In the Life (and Blog) | Weekly Post
In the Life (and Blog) | Weekly Post
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At the Crossroads | Life
Photo credit to: Adrien Coquet If you look at my mini bio in the bar to your right, you'll see that it says that currently I'm a theatre arts major and I'm pursuing a career in live theatre. I've had a passion for theatre since I was in high school when I t...
At the Crossroads | Life
At the Crossroads | Life
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How Theatre Has Helped My Writing
If you've followed my blog for a while, you'll know that I'm a character driven reader. I thrive on good character development and if characters are flat and static, I'm usually the first to complain about it. Because of that, my writing tends to be really ...
How Theatre Has Helped My Writing
How Theatre Has Helped My Writing
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My Time in Jiufen | Travel
As you may know, I'm spending a month in Taiwan to study Chinese and Chinese culture. Aside from going to class, I've been able to explore parts of Taipei and Taiwan. This past week I was able to go to a small town called Jiufen (九分). It's a small town that...
My Time in Jiufen | Travel
My Time in Jiufen | Travel
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Blood! Revolution! And...Magic? | An Ember in the Ashes Review
Title: An Ember in the Ashes Author: Sabaa Tahir Published: Feb. 9, 2016 Pages: 446 Goodreads! Laia is a slave. Elias is a soldier. Neither is free. Under the Martial Empire, defiance is met with death. Those who do not vow their blood and bodies to the Emp...
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Magicians and Pirates | A Darker Shade of Magic Review
Title: A Darker Shade of Magic Author: V. E. Schwab Published: Feb. 24, 2015 by Tor Pages: 400 Goodreads! Kell is one of the last Antari, a rare magician who can travel between parallel worlds: hopping from Grey London — dirty, boring, lacking magic, and ru...
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The Importance of Parents in YA
Photo Cred to Suhyeon Choi I don't know about you, but I think parents are incredibly  important. They raise us and, bad or good, they nurture us into the human beings we are today (this is including any form of parenting whether you have a cookie cutter, a...
The Importance of Parents in YA
The Importance of Parents in YA
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