June Wrap Up

Somehow the universe let me get older in June and no one objected? Happy first of July Storytellers! I am super excited for everything that this month has to offer in the realm of storytelling as I start up (again?) creating my own magic as I am participating in Camp Nanowrimo this month! ALSO TODAY […]

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Top 5 Favorite Dynamic Storytellers

Storyteller /ˈstôrēˌtelər/ noun. A person who tells stories. A teller of tales. Storytelling dates back to the beginning of man and is described as “the social and cultural activity of sharing stories, sometimes with improvisation, theatrics, or embellishment.” Throughout time, storytelling has been used to teach, share, and grow and much of our world was […]

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2019 Mid-Year Reading Check In

It is no surprise to literally anyone that I am a lover of Data. If you know me, than you know just how much this love runs and how deep I can go in the analysis rabbit hole. So I’m not ashamed to say that I have been looking forward to this post and it’s […]

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May Wrap Up

I KICKED READINGS SLUMPS ASS. This last month I said screw you to my reading slump and read all the things, and I actually enjoyed almost if not all of them?! WHO EVEN AM I?! I know, A bad-ass reader who doesn’t take no shit unless its from unicorns! May was a truly an eye opener month, […]

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THE SPRING HAS SPRUNG BOOK TAG

I was supposed to post my review for That Kind of Guy by Talia Hibbert today, but I’m still in the thick of it (hoping to finish it before noon! So expect my review to go up tomorrow!) so instead I thought it was only fitting to do a book tag from the amazing Destiny @ […]

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April Wrap Up

ENDGAME HAPPENED. AND I AM STILL NOT OKAY.  This is what Post Endgame life is like…and I am not sure how I feel about it. April was a crazy month for me, both Blog wise and personally. In the month of April, my partner in crime and I kicked off our first event of the […]

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March Wrap Up

Reading Slumps are real. This month I have been marked by the black spot…AKA a really big reading slump–which was super inconvenient because March was a month where I was inundated with ARCs to read/review. A time truly these passed 31 days have been. Apart from the great reading slump of 2019, March was a […]

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