Call Me By Your Name Book Review

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…

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My Graduation Cap – Spring 2018

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…

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The Smartest Kids in the World Book Review

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…

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#WJMC2017 Day 5!

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…

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#WJCM2017 Day 4!

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…

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#WJMC2017 Day 3!

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…

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#WJMC2017 Day 2!

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…

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#WJMC2017 Day 1!

Hey readers! Today was the first day of the Washington Journalism and Media Conference here in good ol’ Washington D.C.! It was an incredible first day. After a long flight I arrived in one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been too. It was so nice to be back! Today was jam packed…

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The Romeo Catchers BOOK REVIEW!

Hey readers! We’re traveling back down south to my stomping ground of Louisiana, well, La Nouvelle-Orléans to be exact. I am here today to share my review of Alys Arden’s The Romeo Catchers, the breathtaking sequel to The Casquette Girls! I absolutely fell in love with the first book, so I putt off my reading till…

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The Romeo Catchers RELEASE PARTY!

Hey readers! Tonight was the night! The Romeo Catchers, sequel to The Casquette Girls by Alys Arden, was released. That’s right! It’s here! I happen to live an hour away from this beautiful city so there was no way I was missing a chance to visit La Nouvelle-Orléans to celebrate.   I had the best…

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