I will start off by saying that contemporary Christian romance isn’t my typical genre. Oh my word though, what a beautiful story. I signed up to be part of this blog tour because Sarah is such a sweet person, and I was excited to read some of her writing.What I wasn’t expecting, however, was a high quality narrative that drew me in from the first page. It no longer mattered who the author was, because I started to care and needed to know more about Tyler and Alyvia.
When I found out that we were going on a three day trip without devices, I knew I needed a way to pass the time in the car. And I could never pass up the opportunity to read some new library books. I somehow managed to end up with eight books for the three days I was away. There was no way I could read that many books in such a short time.
But I had never tried. And thus I decided I was up for a challenge, especially with all the time on my hands. It seemed so fun.
My goal was to read all eight books. I could read for eight hours in the car one day, at night before bed, and the drive home.
It sounded great in theory. I made sure to tell my family just so that I’d be stubborn enough to stick with it.
It’s rare to find books that I fall deeply and utterly in love with. Some are good. The kind you recommend to others and really enjoy. And there’s a select few that make you want to sit back and contemplate life and have a good cry because it was so amazing.
The Scorpio Races was definitely one of the latter. What a masterpiece. I cannot get over how well written this beauty is. Read More »
I’m sitting here, stuck on how to even begin this post. So much has changed in the past few months of my life.
First of all, I want to apologize for not warning you that I was about to disappear off of the blogosphere. The reason that you didn’t know, is because I didn’t either. The break was unintentional, but so very much needed.
But the good news is that I’m back! Finally! And I’m planning to stick around for a while this time. 🙂
I wanted to start out with a life update, but read to the end for important changes taking place on my blog as well!
Hey there dears! This is the first in a series of blog posts that will be focusing on identity, worth, and purpose as a young woman in the midst of a world that places value on everything but our Creator.
I think I do have a few guy readers, so for those of you who are, you can still read this if you do feel like it. 😛
But I thought it would be an encouragement to focus just a bit more on what God’s design is on the subject of worth as a young woman.
(At the bottom of this post I will be doing a list of the other places where some girls will be posting as a part of this series, if that’s something that you’re interested in as well.)
Without much more of my rambling, I’ll just let you read. 😛
I love the New Year. I love fresh starts, a time to make new resolutions, change things up a little bit, and get excited for yet another calendar year. It’s the kind of change that everyone looks forward to, I think.
But as I look back, I also feel a teeny twinge of sadness that it’ll never be 2018 again.
I wanted to do a wrap up post of the year like everyone else was doing, but I realized that maybe something a bit different would be better for me. (Plus the fact that I wasn’t very good at keeping track of everything over the course of one year. Not talking about that.)
I love getting things done, and I think this was another year of a ton of great things that happened, but even better than everything I accomplished, was what God accomplished.
This was quite the NaNoWriMo experience for me. In my last post I talked about how NaNo was in 2017. And wow. This was a GOOD year. Not exactly in the sense that you’re probably expecting, but amazing none-the-less.
I know I promised you a NaNo journal I was going to be sharing, BUT that didn’t happen. *hides* I totally forgot about it when I was just a few days in. And honestly, I’m glad I did. Remember how I said how I was going to be extremely busy? A journal wasn’t exactly a top priority, so I didn’t need to be stressing myself by adding one more thing to do daily.