Hi guys! As promised, here is the second part of my favorite books read in 2019! I’ve been really inconsistent writing blog posts this year 😦 I’m making it a point (dare say, a resolution?) to write more in the … Continue reading 2019 Wrap-Up: My 5-Star Books (Part 2)
When you love someone for their mind, you can’t expect that their heart will belong to you too. It’s funny, that saying ‘I’d rather die’. It’s funny because nobody means it. The truth is that when you’re facing death, there … Continue reading Quote Moment: This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada
Hello, friends! I know it’s been awhile. I hope you’ll forgive me for that. I have been both busy and not busy. I could make excuses but I won’t. I just hope you’ll be happy to join me as I … Continue reading Review: Caraval by Stephanie Garber
Happy New Year! Can you believe it’s really 2018 already? I honestly don’t know where the year went. At some points, it was beyond difficult and at others, it was brilliant. I traveled and learned and graduated from college with a bachelors … Continue reading Hello, 2018 – Resolutions and Thoughts
While this is primarily a book blog and I love my books, I also love looking through Pinterest some days and reading the quotes and lovely snippets, so I decided I’d share some of my favorites with you guys and call it my Wisdom Wednesday. I’m not sure if that’s already a tag line that’s being used on Wednesdays, but if it is, feel free to comment the other people who originated it! 🙂 These types of posts will include things I find inspirational, poetic, or all-around enjoyable to read. As all book lovers know, sometimes it only takes a small piece of beautiful writing to make us swoon.
These bits of wisdom will be posted from my Pinterest boards (the link to my Pinterest account is in my About page if you’d like to follow!) using the edits I found. If an edit or bit of writing is mine, I’ll let you guys know 🙂 Otherwise, the only credit I get is rounding them up and sharing them!
So, without further ado: Wisdom Wednesday!
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