While end of the year round-ups are fun, I figured I’d do monthly ones too. So if you’re interested in seeing what I’ve read this month and what I thought about them, please do read on!
Welcome back for another installment of Origin Stories, where I talk about the origins of my stories! In today’s post, I’m going to be talking about turnpike, a dark short-story of mine.
Timeline wise, we’re still in the Plagiarism Haven days, though that era was slowly coming to an end…
Welcome back to another edition of Origin Stories where I talk about—you guessed it—the origins of the stories I’ve written so far! In today’s episode, we’re going to be talking about All That is Gold.
I suggest reading the first post in this blog series before this one, which was about Once Upon a One Night Stand. Timeline wise, we’re picking back up at the Plagiarism Haven days, which I talk about a little bit there.
If you haven’t read this story, don’t worry! I’m going to try to keep this as spoiler free as possible. But believe me, it’s a wild ride!
Here’s the deal: I like books. I really like books. I like books so much that I keep buying them.
Unfortunately, I don’t read them all in a very timely manner. No, there are books on my shelves that I bought years ago and still haven’t cracked open just yet. It’s not that I don’t want to read them—I do, I really do—it’s just that the stack has grown so large that I feel like I’ll never get through them all.
(Of course, I don’t make my life any easier by buying more books every single month, both physical and ebooks, but that’s a story for another day!)
One of my goals for this year is to try to tackle this ever-growing TBR pile, and I figured the best way to hold myself accountable (and generally help myself stay organized) was to list them all here.
So if you want to know what’s in my physical TBR pile, read on!
Hi, friends! ✨
This is going to be the start of a new series of posts that I like to call “Origin Stories”. Essentially, I’m going to be talking about how certain stories of mine came to be!
To kick off the series, I figured I’d start with the first story I ever wrote: Once Upon a One Night Stand.