authors, Life, WIP, Writing, Writing Craft, Writing Habit

5 Ways to Write (Without Actually Writing)

Hullo, world! I must convey to you how happy I am to be writing this post. In the month I took a rest from blogging, I realised just how much I missed it. I’ve actually been blogging for almost five years counting my Japanese and science blogs, and blogging is one thing that sparks joy… Continue reading 5 Ways to Write (Without Actually Writing)

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Author Health: Life…(I’m back from hitouts + Major Announcements)

Well, I’m back. I do so apologise that I dropped off the blog-sphere with but a few lines of an ominous message saying I’ll be “on a hitout”.  As I explained in that post, the end of July had been where everything seemed to have caught up with me.  So in today’s post, I’ll be… Continue reading Author Health: Life…(I’m back from hitouts + Major Announcements)

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My Thoughts on The June Boys

Hullo, world! Only three more days until my blogiversary...I am counting down the days.  We had a few days of sunshine, and now it’s back to the thick grey clouds and dripping rain. Oh, well. I suppose rainy days are nice in their own ways.  Today, I will be sharing My Thoughts on The June… Continue reading My Thoughts on The June Boys

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5 Favourite Contemporary YA Reads

Hullo, world! It’s Wednesday again. (For some strange reason, I kept thinking it was still Tuesday.) Sadly, we’ve lost all the sunshine and it’s back to being Rain-couver. Very sad.  Today, I will share with you my 5 Favourite Contemporary YA Reads (+1!) I actually don’t really read contemporary books so much, so I had… Continue reading 5 Favourite Contemporary YA Reads

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My Thoughts on Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Hullo, World! I'm sure many of you have heard the devastating news concerning the rights of black people in the United States. It's also affecting me as well. As a blasian, I've had some experience with racism, but it still pains me when I hear incidents that sounds like they're permanently trapped in the 1950s.… Continue reading My Thoughts on Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

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15+1 Lessons to Learn from Stephen King’s On Writing

Hullo, world! As some of you may have noticed, now that I got college application mostly out of the way (will now be working hard to get there), I’ll be posting on Wednesdays as well. *Plays fanfare and shouts huzzah* I’ll be mostly doing book reviews and compiling book lists. Or not. We’ll see, we’ll… Continue reading 15+1 Lessons to Learn from Stephen King’s On Writing

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My Thoughts While Reading “A Winter’s Promise”

Happy Wednesday! So, as you can probably tell, I've decided to update my blog on Wednesdays too! *excited and apprehensive at the same time* Without further ado, let me introduce you to the magical world of... A Winter's Promise (The Mirror Visitor Book 1) Find it on: The Synopsis: Long ago, following a cataclysm called… Continue reading My Thoughts While Reading “A Winter’s Promise”

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10 Fantastical Books to Read at Home

Hullo, world!  It’s back to the rainy seasons again...The sunshine was good while it lasted! How are you hanging in while this quarantine seems to drag on forever? I’m trying to wolf down my pile of books, but I have been sloshing off the classics I’m supposed to be reading and have been reading YA...Let’s… Continue reading 10 Fantastical Books to Read at Home