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This blog is about many things but always with one point in mind - giving everything a unique perspective.
I like to solve problems and have a knack for improving things, (un)fortunately the world has plenty wrong to offer. But in order to make things better one needs to remember to keep an open-mind, and that's where this blog comes in.
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- New Site May 20, 2015
- Long Story Short: Book Published! March 5, 2015
- Creative Quotes May 9, 2014
- Random Ramblings – The Sequel April 25, 2014
- To Your Ideals, Stay True. Be Enslaved by Them, Do Not. March 29, 2014
- Random Ramblings March 19, 2014
- My Cat is My Child March 12, 2014
- The Higgs Boson, or More Infamously Known as the ‘God Particle’ March 4, 2014
- ‘The Lego Movie’ Review February 20, 2014
- The Solution to Gay Marriage, Abortion and Other Similar Debates February 16, 2014
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If you’re on the East Coast and are currently being bombarded with bucket loads of rain, this is the perfect time to curl with a mug of your favorite hot concoction and an amazing book. With that being said, please continue reading this post! I’ve been on a literary high. Going from one amazing story […]
I am officially in a relationship with Renée Carlino’s writing. Thanks to a recommendation from a fellow book buddy, I requested a copy of Before We Were Strangers: A Love Story from NetGalley and Atria was gracious enough to grant me an ARC. 3% into the book and I am quickly falling in love with […]
Tag Archives: books
Daily Prompt: Groupthink This is in reference for the Daily Post prompt of the day, about writing a post that includes dialogue between two people – other than you. I chose to add a excerpt from a book I’m writing. … Continue reading
Daily Prompt: BYOB(ookworm) This is in reference for the Daily Post prompt of the day, about writing the blurb for the book jacket of the book I’d write or writing: A man faces conviction of a crime in one of the … Continue reading
It has become quite clear there are increasingly common misconceptions about how books are adapted into movies. First and foremost I want to clarify that yes, everyone is entitled to their own opinions. I’m in no way trying to knock … Continue reading