Literature is one of my favorite things in the entire world. I love escaping in a fictional work of art, or gaining knowledge with non-fictional works. Most of the time, I have an overwhelmingly busy schedule, yet I still manage to find time to read.
When I’m not stuffing my nose in a good book, I’m conjuring up ideas for short stories and future works I hope to get published some day. Writing just… it’s always had a special place in my heart.
On this page, I hope to show my love for reading and writing through my book reviews and short stories.
A Picture Book for Fashion Bloggers
To start my 2019 reading list, I read World of Style by Aimee Song, the perfect book for fashion bloggers. Here’s what I thought about it.
Holmesy, I Love You
After spending a month dwelling on the amazingness that is this book, I finally did a book review of Turtles All the Way Down by John Green.
I Need 180 Seconds
Jessica Park’s 180 Seconds is the hidden gem of young adult fiction books. It is so beautifully written and captured my heart; I knew I had to do a review of it.
To help with the inevitable boredom I’d have to face on my trip, I bought a book I didn’t think I’d like– Anna and the French Kiss. Here is my review of it.
Everything Option B Has Taught Me
Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant crafted a phenomenal book, and I wanted to share everything I learned from it.
This is a short story I wrote about a seemingly horrible relationship. There’s not much more I could say besides I hope you read it.
Iced Black Coffee
This story is told by a man recounting the day he finally talked to his wife after admiring her from afar.
This story is told by a man named Davy who finally meets the woman he deems his person.
The Thing About Maggy
This is a short story about a horrible friendship with a girl named Maggy.
This is a story about how one fateful day helped someone begin their journey to self-acceptance, after years of loneliness and insecurity.
I Love You
This short story, if you can even call it that, is a bit different from some of my other short stories. It’s shorter than the others, and there is no dialogue.
Give it a read.