Book Review: Toroa

Toroa is Erik Hofstatter's debut novel and it soars!  On the surface, this book focuses on a girl named Mahi.  Mahi does not know her dad, her mother is the opposite of ideal, and she just met a fire-breather at a local festival who turns her world upside down in a sense.  All we know … Continue reading Book Review: Toroa

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A Night Worms Book Review: Halcyon

“They used to burn girls like you at the stake.” Halcyon is the first book I have read by Rio Youers and it definitely did not let me down. I chose to not research this book before going into it because I have just started really enjoying going into books blind! I am sure this … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Halcyon

The Sunshine Blogger Award

I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by Kara at Bernard's Book Blog!  Thank you so much for thinking of me for this award! The Sunshine Blogger Award is a way to recognize bloggers who inspire positivity and creativity. I always aspire to be both of those things, so I really appreciate the recognition! The rules … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award

A Trip To The Dentist

I just recently had my quarterly teeth cleaning at the dentist.  Yes, quarterly.  It takes some work to have a flawless smile, you know.  Like many of you, I detest going to the dentist.  I even try to make it as painless and convenient as possible by selecting a dentist that is in the same … Continue reading A Trip To The Dentist

When I Have Long Fingernails

I was forced to make an informal resolution this year: stop biting my nails.  I have been a nailbiter my entire life, so I knew it was going to be difficult.  But I have been bite free for a little over two months now.  My fingers still feel weird as my nails get longer and I constantly … Continue reading When I Have Long Fingernails

The Tale of the Little Train That Couldn’t

I've been riding the train to work for about a year and a half now. It is never something I am excited to do (because people smell so bad I cry before boarding the train, people are gross, and people are stupid and beyond professional help), but it sure cuts down on the Atlanta commuting … Continue reading The Tale of the Little Train That Couldn’t

Life Coach: Michelle Tanner

Can I just begin with the fact that I am disappointed that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are not in Fuller House?  On the upside: YES!  FULLER HOUSE!  It is still going to be AMAZING!  I have waited my whole life for this moment and the day is finally here!  I plan to finish the entire … Continue reading Life Coach: Michelle Tanner