“Coral” by Sara Ella – A Review

Hello, everyone! This week I’m publishing something that I don’t usually, but am planning to more often. A book review! For those curious, there will not be spoilers in this review. I’m a believer in the power of an initial read – there really is nothing like reading a wonderful book for the first timeContinue reading ““Coral” by Sara Ella – A Review”

My Updated Manifesto – The Makeup Debacle

Some of you readers who have been following me for a few years (precisely since early December 2020) know that I seemingly have some pretty strong opinions about makeup. A few years ago, I wrote a very passionate article on such, and probably hurt some feelings in the process… though I do still agree withContinue reading “My Updated Manifesto – The Makeup Debacle”

6 Things I Learned During NaNoWriMo

First off, for those of you who don’t know what NaNoWriMo is, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month, which is November. In the author/writing community, NaNoWriMo is a month dedicated to novel writing; specifically, reaching the goal of 50,000 words in 30 days. If you do some quick math, that means writing 1,666 wordsContinue reading “6 Things I Learned During NaNoWriMo”

Spotlight: “Anne with an E”

A Christian Perspective on the Controversial Show Many were appalled when Netflix stepped out with the series Anne with an E – an adaptation of L.M. Montgomery’s book Anne of Green Gables. This was especially true within Christian circles. They saw the series as dark, too dark, and missing the charm and positivity of previousContinue reading “Spotlight: “Anne with an E””

My first experience with grief.

Last month I had my first close experience with grief. Grief is a natural part of life, and most everyone goes through some form of it at some point. It is often dramatized on TV or in movies. However, in truth and honesty, it is far from glamorous. Now, I didn’t lose anyone who I,Continue reading “My first experience with grief.”