There’s times when life gets you down. What do you do next- do you get up, pull yourself together and face the next hurdle? Well, if you can’t, it’s okay. Life is not easy. And I’m not here to sprout rainbows and tell you it’s going to be okay; I’m going to tell you the truth. Continue reading “You’re not alone! (Mental Health Awareness Month 2018)”
A letter to my future self.
Read anything good recently? Or perhaps you have to review a book for school? Recently discovered your individualism? Whatever the reason might be, a book review is a priceless gift you can give back to authors who slaved days and nights to produce that book. Read on to find out more! Continue reading “How to Write a Book Review Like a Pro”
With the release of the trailer for the motion picture adaptation of A Dog’s Purpose, pet lovers have gone crazy looking to pick up ‘furry’ books to read this fall. And since I have more pets than the beach has sand…here are my top picks:
It was a day like any other, except for one highlight- it was the day that famous underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio set out to find the long lost city of Canopus off Aboukir Bay. Continue reading “The Man Who Found Atlantis”
Often people ask me what my interests are. I have a fully-prepared answer for that- my interests are literature, wildlife and history. Often that last one makes them go, ‘I hated history in school.’ Then they get embarrassed. Thing is, high school doesn’t teach you how to appreciate history. They just force you into remembering dates and other boring things. That shouldn’t put you off. Since I’ve been reading history ever since I could read, I can tell you that it’s pretty damn interesting. Continue reading “Why I Love History (And You Should, Too!)”
I’m sick and tired of seeing the world judge teenagers badly. What’s more, since I’m myself a fifteen year old girl, I get that stuff thrown at my face all the time. Okay, some teenagers might be a little whimsical, but that doesn’t mean everyone is! I hope this post makes you think differently…