💓 self-care promptsContinue reading "Make Yourself Cozy // an illustrated list of self-care ideas"
I’m not one for self-help books, but the life skills category is one I frequent.Continue reading "The Girls’ Guide to Conquering Life // if you ignore the heteronormative angle, it’s great for adulting"
Remember how I said I most likely wouldn’t be reviewing anymore nonfiction novels? This one piqued my interest and was hard to put down.Continue reading "Why I Hate Green Beans // comedic memoir of lovable basic blond"
I know I said I wouldn’t do another nonfiction book, but I’d entered a Goodreads giveaway for this and didn’t win, then saw this on Blogging for Books a few days after and thought, “Maybe fate is a thing.”
Also, as a writer, I felt obligated to give it a chance. It could prove itself a useful resource.
I’m always interested in ways to better hone my writing craft.Continue reading "The Story Cure // actually helpful writing self-help book"
This book details the necessities of women in the workplace and how men cannot create successful businesses without including women in the core decision-making. We see things they don’t, foresee what they fail to consider, feel things they forget to acknowledge.Continue reading "“Own It: The Power of Women at Work"
This is a review of a religious, nonfictional devotional-type novel. I will not likely review any more in this genre.Continue reading "The Prayer God Loves to Answer // hint: it’s never answered"
This is a review of Story Genius by Lisa Cron. It promised to teach me how to use brain science to go beyond outlining to create a riveting novel.Continue reading "Story Genius // ummm, no?"
A review for The Bee-Friendly Garden, a book whose photography I fell in love with and information on bees I ached for.
I recommend this book to anyone interested in creating/maintaining a bee-friendly, pesticide-free garden. (Bees are important.)Continue reading "“The Bee-Friendly Garden” by Kate Frey and Gretchen LeBuhn"
This is the story about how one woman’s book changed the way I think and feel about parents—namely mothers—of autistic children…well, for the most part, anyway.Continue reading "Seeing Ezra // thoughts on being autistic + adequate autistic rep"