Hello readers! Today I am announcing a series I will be posting on this blog called: The College Planning Guide. Each post will be a detailed reference on how to go about planning for college, with tips and advice from my own experience navigating this terrain. As a senior, and even as a junior, you’ll be … Continue reading The College Planning Guide – New Series Announcement!
Hi readers! Today I am bringing you a cover reveal for one of my favorite series, and most highly anticipated releases: The Cities of the Dead by Alys Arden! The novel is set to released November 2018. You will all be able to pre-order your copy in just a few short weeks, so be on … Continue reading The Cities of the Dead – COVER REVEAL
I know heartbreak isn’t the greatest term one can use to describe their feelings upon finishing a book, especially to those that read this looking to see if such a book is worth their time, because, let’s face it, most of us don’t seek out sadness. Still, I have no other way to capture this … Continue reading Call Me By Your Name Book Review
It was important to me that my graduation cap be something meaningful. Something that was inspiring, emotional, personal, and even longlasting. I didn’t want something so thematic that when I looked back I questioned its importance or even it’s meaning with a sad sigh, pitying my younger self. I wanted to reflect on the time I … Continue reading My Graduation Cap – Spring 2018
Amanda Ripley’s novel has left me astounded. I have a lot of mixed feelings, starting from dismal and encouraged, to irate yet content. I would say, in the end, that this book has left me with a sense of hope. Hope for the world; hope that we as a nation can change; and hope that … Continue reading The Smartest Kids in the World Book Review
Well readers, this is it. My last post about the Washington Journalism and Media Conference 2017. Today was the last day, or last full day, and a lot happened. Some of which I can sadly not say here. However, the experience was something that truly opened my eyes, and I hope that through action, I … Continue reading #WJMC2017 Day 5!
Hey readers! So, today was the fourth day of the Washington Journalism and Media Conference. Today we got to participate in a journalism simulation where were put into teams amongst our color group and take on the role of journalist for a publication, deciding what news to report and where on the publication. My group … Continue reading #WJCM2017 Day 4!
Hey readers! Here I am with my blog post about the WJMC2017 Day 3! I can’t believe it’s only been three days. So much has already happened. I guess that’s what they mean when they say times flies. Well, it has flown. Today was busy as well, but hey that’s journalism. We were lucky enough … Continue reading #WJMC2017 Day 3!
Hey readers! I am reporting to you from George Mason University with news from Day 2 of #WJMC2017. Today was a great day as well! We had a guest speaker come and talk to us after getting to spend hours exploring the Newseum, one of my favorite places in D.C.! After listening to our speaker … Continue reading #WJMC2017 Day 2!