Yay for more author events! Months ago, my amazing friend, Meghan, bought us VIP tickets for this excellent event, Authors in the OC, taking place in Anaheim, so we could meet authors like Jennifer L Armentrout, Cora Carmack, Jay Crownover, and Cambria Hebert. Continue reading “Event Recap: Authors in the OC”
This is a story of a mother and daughter, both at the age of 17. Marilyn’s tale recounts the summer she fell in love and set out on her own path. Angie’s story is about her search for her unknown father.
This year I’ve been very ambitious in trying to cross off items on my bucket list and in trying new things. I held myself back a lot for years and now I just want to try everything. Well, almost everything haha. This past weekend, my boyfriend asked me if I wanted to go for a hike – he’s a big hiker – and I told him absolutely, as long we could finally go to the Hollywood sign.
Every Tuesday, the blog The Broke and Bookish hosts the Tuesday Top Ten, where you count down different categories that are bookish! If you’d like to participate, check out their website for more information on the category for each week!
Robin Benway’s beautiful interweaving story of three very different teenagers connected by blood explores the meaning of family in all its forms—how to find it, how to keep it, and how to love it.
For the past year, I’ve had the incredible privilege (or something like that, my wallet may disagree with me…) to be a Broadway season ticket holder at Pantages Theater in Los Angeles.