Common Amish fiction tropes that have little to do with the Amish

Amish fiction is the kind of fiction I read when I want something wholesome, old and filled with drama and tropes. I haven’t read it in a while, because I realized I preferred the stories based on reality that are told in movie form, because of certain common Amish fiction tropes. 1. Christian fiction Christian […]

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Mad Libs-style blog prompts from pop culture, puns, etc.

I’m super into pop culture references and puns. I find them humorous and a great way to express personality without going too “out there”, while also occasionally being cryptic as hell in a way that only those who know it will know (e.g. Degrassi references or calling myself a Gladiator/referring to Olivia Pope). Mad Blog […]

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How to display color palettes with 💯 CSS

It’s interactive. It’s beautiful. It’s…a color palette you might create an image for, just…without the image part. And I’m quite proud of it, if you can’t tell. Wander Jane #00a4a6 Dark Grey #333 Coral Blush #f08080 Light Grey #888 So yours doesn’t have to be interactive, but I think it makes the fact that it’s […]

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Where are all the lesbian bloggers? + other queries in my quest for representation in the blogosphere

I’ve been on a quest for bloggers like me. I love my blog friends and readers, but since coming to terms with my sexuality not as an ace but as a lesbian, I’ve been itching for community. More specifically, I’ve been itching for fellow active lesbian bloggers who are not so big that they cannot […]

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The Rule of One // politically-charged dystopian thriller ft. strong female leads

I am not fond of audiobooks, but I decided to indulge myself after listening to a sample because Karissa Vacker’s voice was the right amount of sensory input, despite similarities to the Texan accent. Reason? I wanted to be able to read while laying down, perhaps even with my eyes closed. I’m also finding that […]

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