Make New Mistakes. Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Make mistakes nobody’s ever made before. Don’t freeze, don’t stop, don’t worry that it isn’t good enough, or it isn’t perfect, whatever it is: art, or love, or work or family or life.
Whatever it is you’re scared of doing, Do it.– Neil Gaiman
Quite honestly, I’ve already missed a few days of the habits I’m working on. The month (year) is already imperfect so I am trying to embrace it as it is, rather than wishing it were better.
Continue reading “January in Preview”
Another year, another set of reading goals!
As always I’m trying to keep it relatively simple to start but expect to add on a few as the year progresses. But since so much about the upcoming year is still uncertain, I really have no idea how much I’ll actually be able to read.
Continue reading “2021 Reading Challenges”
This is an original tag that I created last year; since I still really like the prompts, and they’re still applicable with multiple possible answers, just for funsies I wanted to bring it back with a new set of answers for a new year. (And with so many books still on my TBR, I figured it couldn’t hurt to narrow down my January reading list a bit.)
Please feel free to consider yourself tagged if you want to be, and don’t forget to link back to the original post (or this one is fine too) so I can find and read all your answers!
Continue reading “New Year Book Tag”
Before we get into the swing of 2021, let’s take a moment to look back at 2020
so that we can repress and bid it farewell forever. Okay, jokes aside, there were some highlights to my year that I wanted to recognize.
Continue reading “Best of 2020”
Yup, we’re ringing out the year with another holiday tag that no one tagged me in! I found this one via Sam @ Fictionally Sam; it was created by Leelynn @ Sometimes Leelynn Reads for Bookending Winter 2019.
Continue reading “New Year’s Eve Book Tag”
Last bookish update for the year! Was it a good one?
… You’ll have to read this to find out 😜
Continue reading “December Reading Report”
New year, new planner setups — you know the drill. Not a ton has changed since 2019, actually, but here’s a look at how I’ll be organizing my 2021.
Continue reading “My 2021 Planners”
Many years ago, the magical Kingdom of Avalon was left desolate and encased in ice when the evil Snow Queen waged war on the powerful country. Its former citizens are now refugees in a world mostly devoid of magic. Which is why the crown prince and his protectors are stuck in … Arizona.
Prince Alexei, the sole survivor of the Avalon royal family, is in hiding in a town so boring, magic doesn’t even work there. Few know his secret identity, but his friend Tala is one of them. Tala doesn’t mind — she has secrets of her own. Namely, that she’s a spellbreaker, someone who negates magic.
Then hope for their abandoned homeland reignites when a famous creature of legend, and Avalon’s most powerful weapon, the Firebird, appears for the first time in decades. Alex and Tala unite with a ragtag group of new friends to journey back to Avalon for a showdown that will change the world as they know it.
Continue reading “[Review] Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco”