WWW Wednesday – January 25th

WWW Wednesdays is a weekly blog event hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? Current Read: Children of Daedala by Caighlan Smith. I got this book from NetGalley, and I finished the first… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – January 25th

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Not Your Masterpiece – By Sarah Little

Goodreads Synopsis: Not Your Masterpiece is a short collection of poems which explores the world through a woman's perspective, as she rebels against the idea that she has to fit into a gallery built by others. Join her as she masters the craft of self-expression and sketches a portrait that reflects who she truly is. This… Continue reading Not Your Masterpiece – By Sarah Little

Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Love But Need To Read Again

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog event that is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Today's prompt is about books that you enjoyed reading but can't remember very much of now. I have a couple of these books that I've been thinking about recently, because I really enjoyed them. Hopefully I get to reread… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Love But Need To Read Again

Cauldron Anthology & Other News

This was originally posted last week on my Patreon, I post all my writing and sneak peaks on that website first. I will not be posting all of my Miss Poppins updates on my blog, so if this post interests you  please consider supporting me. Thanks!  Today is a very exciting today because my very own literary… Continue reading Cauldron Anthology & Other News

An Old-Fashioned Girl – By Louisa May Alcott

Goodreads Synopsis: Polly Milton never questions the way she is--until she goes to visit her cousins in the city. Her cousin Fanny looks too glamorous to be Polly's age, and wouldn't be caught dead playing in the snow. Will Polly ever learn to be like the other girls? And does she even want to? Sometimes being… Continue reading An Old-Fashioned Girl – By Louisa May Alcott