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Week 8 : Camp NanoWrimo Begins

I’ve officially entered the drafting stage! This week, I wrapped up outlining book one of my fantasy series (which remains untitled as of right now) and began writing my book on Scrivener. I have to say I am so glad I invested in Scrivener because writing with just a neat background and the page is …

Week 7 : The Pre-Writing Never Ends

As the title suggests, all I’ve done in the past week is pre-write. Normally, I am a panster when it comes to writing but with such a big project, I’ve decided to deviate from the normal this week by outlining. It’s incredibly time consuming, but I’ll admit, my perfectionistic brain loves structure. With Camp Nanowrimo …

Life Updates

With graduation around corner I have had a LOT of time to think about what I want to continue doing in college and how I’m going to keep doing it. I’ve made a lot of goals in high school, many of which were altered and forgotten altogether because I kept changing priorities in the hopes …

Book Review : Blood of Outcasts

Goodreads | Amazon ⚔Synopsis⚔ What if spilling your own blood was the only way to save yourself? Masako escapes the Lord Council with only her life intact, her clan shattered and master dead in wake of disaster she wrought. It is her cursed blood that cries out, and a godsborne that answers. By the power …

January Reading Wrap Up

5/5 ⭐ This was a great start to the year. Shadow and Flame picks up right where the duology’s first book, Onyx and Ivory left off (and for the sake of spoilers let’s just say it was a pretty large cliffhanger). This book has everything I could possible want in a fantasy: magic, star crossed …