Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Buy Your Rising College Senior

Happy Tuesday!! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) celebrates the back-to-school season with a school-related freebie. As per usual around this time of year, I’d like to share some fictional book titles that I sincerely wish existed (if you’re looking for the subject of your next writing project, then… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Buy Your Rising College Senior

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School Book Tag

Today I'm here with the School Book Tag! (It might be Friday, but you can bet that I'll be doing homework all weekend.) I've always been one of those students who loves school, despite the fact that I often complain about homework and actually didn't like my high school very much. I loved school because… Continue reading School Book Tag

Monthly Wrap-Up

SEPTEMBER 2016 | Wrap-Up

September is over, which basically means one thing: Halloween season has officially arrived!! But before we can move on to October, we have to wrap up September. Here's what I was up to this past month: In September I read a total of 2 books: Children of Facundo by Ariel de la Fuente Nada by Carmen Laforet Both… Continue reading SEPTEMBER 2016 | Wrap-Up

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Teachers in Fiction

Happy Tuesday! As August inevitably comes to a close, there's only one thing on my mind: the beginning of a new semester! I love the start of a new school year because it's brimming with exciting possibilities and opportunities. What new people will you meet? What new things will you learn? It's such a hopeful,… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Teachers in Fiction

College

Sophomore Status Achieved | College

It's official: I'm now a sophomore in college! As you read this, I am moving into my new dorm room and bracing myself for my first semester of sophomore year to begin. Currently I'm an English major (and potential Hispanic Studies double major) at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts.  The thought of starting a new… Continue reading Sophomore Status Achieved | College

Monthly Wrap-Up

April 2015 Wrap-Up

Oh, April- how crazy, hectic, and wonderful you were! This past month was filled with a lot of ups and downs, but on the whole it was quite positive. I made some exciting decisions about my future, read some fantastic books, and ultimately made it one step closer to graduating high school. (Eeep!) Bookish News… Continue reading April 2015 Wrap-Up

WWW Wednesdays

WWW Wednesdays: January 21st

WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Should Be Reading that asks three questions: What are you currently reading??? I'm about a fourth of the way through Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, which I'm currently reading with my AP English class. And oh my goodness, I adore this novel!!! I never thought I would enjoy it as much… Continue reading WWW Wednesdays: January 21st

Rambles

5 reasons why midterm exams drive me crazy.

This upcoming week is dedicated to midterm exams at my high school (I'm a senior), and to be honest I'm actually really dreading it. There's so much studying that I have to get done in the next couple days and so much pressure to get the best grades possible that I don't even know where… Continue reading 5 reasons why midterm exams drive me crazy.

Elsewhere

elsewhere, eight.

Hi there, everyone! I've starting co-blogging with Erin over at her wonderful blog, The In-Between Place. I encourage you to follow her- she's awesome! In this feature I will be linking the posts I have written in the last few weeks on her blog. While you're there, check out her posts as well! If You… Continue reading elsewhere, eight.

Rambles

on attending a college literature class.

Recently I had the opportunity to attend a literature class at a college I'm applying to soon. The class was an advanced literature class that lasted two hours and was about Jonathan Swift and Alexander Pope. When I heard that I would be attending this particular class for a day I realized that I had… Continue reading on attending a college literature class.