So, a little about myself. Well, my name is Jordan. I’m 25 years old. I live in the USA, on the western coast, in an area known as the Pacific Northwest. You know, where Big Foot lives 😉 I have had a love for reading since I was 7 years old when I finished my very first book all by myself. The Magic Treehouse. Those were the days. I remember when I turned the last page, it felt magical. I had completed this amazing, impossible journey with characters that felt like friends. And now I missed them. I wanted more of that feeling. And I’ve been chasing it ever since.
I love long walks around Barnes and Noble with my fiance, going to music festivals and concerts (I love live music!), drinking Cinnamon Dolce lattes from Starbucks, speaking fluent sarcasm, taking impulsive trips to Disneyland, jumping in puddles, reading in a cozy space while it rains, and pondering ideas for the numerous books I hope to write one day. I’m not one for partying and drinking and all that. People used to tell me that made me strange. But it doesn’t. Pretending to like something everyone else pretends to love is strange (Emma Watson taught me that. Thanks, girl!). Being who you are, and learning to love that person, is the most important thing you can do. Never feel weird for being you!
When I’m not busy with all of that, I am a registered nurse (RN) working at a hospital on the medical unit. It’s a job I kind of fell into, but I love it to pieces. I feel like I’m really making a difference each day I’m at work. Getting to know my patients on the daily makes the tough parts of the job so worth it. I’m also a Grad student pursuing a Master’s in education so I can one day become a nursing professor! Then I can mold young minds part-time. 😉 I love helping people and bringing a little light to their darkest times. I hope I can make a significant difference in someone’s life.
You can read my first blog post to see some of my favorite books and series. There are a lot of them!
Welcome to my little cozy area of the internet. I hope you stick around 🙂