beautiful people // june edition

I’m participating in the Beautiful People linkup again, and you can check it out here. In a nutshell, it’s where two bloggers (Cait from Paper Fury and Sky at Further Up and Further In) ask interview questions to help you get to know your characters better. It was monstrous fun last time (book reference!!), so […]

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May // Recap

Life How do I even start? Well… I did the #walk30days challenge for the first time ever. It was really fun and here are some photos I took. Warning: major photo bomb ahead. Summer break began! Solid Rock ended. We went to Colonial Williamsburg for my birthday and it was amazing. We left late Saturday night […]

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school is out // summer things

^^ That picture was ridiculously hard to take and I have so many blooper photos ^^ I borrowed this idea from Katie Grace, who borrowed it from Aimee. 🙂 Summer is short, and I don’t want to waste it. Therefore, I am compiling a list. It is by no means an exhaustive list. There is […]

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Beautiful People // Parental Edition

^This picture has nothing whatsoever to do with the post ^ This is a link-up/meme/thing hosted by Paper Fury and Further Up and Further In. I rephrased the questions so it was more of an interview format (I hope that’s okay?), but you can see the original questions here. I’ll be doing it with two […]

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April // Recap

  Life… Various things that happened this month, not in any order because I am a scatterbrained person: softball, softball, softball! (for my brother, not me ;D although I am Team Mom) kept our friends’ cute kittens 🙂 I turned fifteen. Yikes… got baby chicks!!! They are the most adorable things. We got six total and their […]

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Book Review // Cinder

Sixteen-year-old Cinder is considered a technological mistake by most of society and a burden by her stepmother. Being cyborg does have its benefits, though: Cinder’s brain interference has given her an uncanny ability to fix things (robots, hovers, her own malfunctioning parts), making her the best mechanic in New Beijing. This reputation brings Prince Kai […]

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Book Review // Hero

Fourteen-year-old Zach Harriman can feel the changes. The sharpening of his senses. The incredible strength. The speed, as though he can textmessage himself across miles. The confidence and the strange need to patrol Central Park at night. His dad had been a hero, a savior to America and a confidante of the president. Then he […]

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My Writing Story

I started writing seriously when I was ten or eleven. By seriously, I mean: I had a binder. And I wrote in it. How much more serious can you get? I had written a few stapled-together booklets (that were very heavily drawn from whatever book I was interested in) and illustrated them, but the urge […]

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