WWW Wednesdays: Jane Austen, Scottish Royals and Bone Witches

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Hi, everyone welcome to another WWW Wednesday post hosted by Taking On A World of Words this is my second time doing this weekly meme. The rules are simple: What Are You Currently Reading, What Did You Recently Finish Reading and What Do You Think You'll Read Next. Happy reading. What Are You Currently Reading? The … Continue reading WWW Wednesdays: Jane Austen, Scottish Royals and Bone Witches

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Movies I’ve Been Watching Lately #3

Hi all, it’s been a while since I wrote a Movies I’ve Been Watching Lately post. Here are some movies that I’ve been watching lately. I feel like I need to come up with a rating system for these but I wouldn’t know how to rate them. In essence movies are the same as books … Continue reading Movies I’ve Been Watching Lately #3

Book Review: The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera focuses on Margot, a fifteen years old Latina girl who's spending her summer working in her dad's supermarket to pay back the money she stole for a shopping spree. Margot is desperately trying to fit in with the rich white kids at her new school. She changes … Continue reading Book Review: The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

ARC Review: She’s The Worst by Lauren Spieller | Sibling Relationships, Rooftop Promises and Bucket Lists

Lauren Spieller's She’s The Worst does an amazing job portraying sibling relationships and family life. April's older sister, Jenn, isn't going to Stanford like her original dream so to help her mood she decides that they need complete the bucket list that they came up with when they were younger.     She's The Worst … Continue reading ARC Review: She’s The Worst by Lauren Spieller | Sibling Relationships, Rooftop Promises and Bucket Lists

Normal Anxiety Days VS Bad Anxiety Days

Trigger warning: descriptions of anxiety attacks Anx·i·ety \ aŋ-'zī-ə-tē\ an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear marked by physiological signs (sweating, tension and increased pulse), by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the threat, and by self-doubt and one’s capacity to cope with it. When every day is an opportunity for anxiety … Continue reading Normal Anxiety Days VS Bad Anxiety Days