It’s Okay to Say No

It’s Okay to Say No

I don’t know about you, but I really don’t like saying no. No matter what it is — writing related, life related, anything — if someone asks me if I could help them, my automatic response is to say yes, look at my schedule, and think “oh...
Then vs Now: How Far You’ve Come

Then vs Now: How Far You’ve Come

Comparing yourself to other people is never a good idea. Either you get proud and think less of them, or you get depressed and think less of yourself. Neither is a good state of mind, needless to say. However, comparison isn’t always bad, if you compare to the...
Warrior Women: Mini Reviews

Warrior Women: Mini Reviews

Some days I sit down at my computer with a blog post idea all sorted out in my brain and ready to write. Some days I wander around the house trying to get inspired for something to post about. Other days, I’m 99% sure that my brain invents ingenious ideas just...
Top Five Reasons To Reread

Top Five Reasons To Reread

I’m a shameless rereader. It doesn’t matter how many times I’ve read a book, if I enjoyed it, I’m always up for another read. On the other end of the scale, my sister is a shameless NEVER rereader. She has so many new books to read that she...
Aesthetic Bookshelves 101

Aesthetic Bookshelves 101

Disclaimer: this is a humourous post meant to amuse, not to instruct. You have been warned. 😉 If you’ve been in the bookworm life for very long, you probably own a fair stack of books. And if you own a stack of books, you’ve probably got a bookshelf as...
Project Inspire

Project Inspire

Being inspired and inspiring other people is such an amazing feeling. I don’t know about you but hearing that I’ve inspired someone always makes my day.   A few weeks ago, Jenna Terese messaged me about this blog tag-style plan she’d cooked up,...
How to Love an Author

How to Love an Author

Writing books is hard work. All in agreement say ‘aye’.   Authors put a lot of effort and time and tears and heart into writing the amazing books we get to read at our leisure. It’s amazing to be able to read them, but you know what’s even...
You Are Not Your Book

You Are Not Your Book

As writers, we spend hours and hours pouring ourselves into our books. All that time spent working on your characters, your world, your plot. The planning, the writing, the editing. There’s so much of the author in every book on your shelf.   But as...

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