Night Worms Book Review – Love for Slaughter by Sara Tantlinger

Title: Love For Slaughter Authors: Sara Tantlinger Edition: Paperback Page Count: 104 pages Rating: 5  / 5 ✨ This review was originally shared over on the Night Worms Blog! Make sure to check it & all the other awesome blog posts there by my fellow Worms. __________________________________ “We are sinking into the chasm  of cruel … Continue reading

Pre-Order Spotlight: Constant Reader Coffee Mugs, Tote Bags, & Stickers

I’m really excited for this, and I’ve been waiting and trying to figure out the best way to release them! I’ve finally settled on a LIMITED EDITION RELEASE of items, with 1 of my painting/watercolor designs coming out per “release”. I likely will not re-release runs of the same items, at least not for a long while, … Continue reading

Throwback: Trip to the Santa Monica Pier ’17

When I was a little kid, I saw California on TV and in movies, and though it seemed magical. I didn’t have any concept of things like cost of living or rent, so to me the glamour of beaches and sunshine was enough to sell me completely, no questions asked. I had this goal of moving there, despite … Continue reading

Book Review – Sadie by Courtney Summers

Title: Sadie Author: Courtney Summers Edition: Hardcover Page Count: 224 pages Rating: 5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary: A missing girl on a journey of revenge. A Serial―like podcast following the clues she’s left behind. And an ending you won’t be able to stop talking about. Sadie hasn’t had an easy life. Growing up on her own, … Continue reading

Weekend Wrap-Up: June 16, 2019

Happy Sunday, what a week! Things are full swing with my new jobs – I completed training at one and had my first solo event on Tuesday, which went great. I’ve also started my full blogging duties at my other job, which I’m already learning so much from that I can implement into my own … Continue reading

Throwback: Visiting Disneyland ’17

It’s been about 2 years since I last visited a Disney theme park, which is bananas considering I’m from Florida and used to have an annual pass to Disney World. I’d visit every weekend, and the huge gap in trips has left me feeling deprived and saddened (so, naturally, I’m going to blog about it!). … Continue reading