CHAPTER 3 The next day was just as weird. “Hey Leah!” I called once I saw my best friend heading to our bus stop. “Hey Rachel!” Leah replied, as soon as she knew who had just called her. There was know law that was stopping others from sharing there DDKs. On the other hand, people… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2014: Chapter 3
Every month, I'm going to try and do a monthly reading challenge! This December, I'm going to try to buy all of my books on my e-reader! I have the black Kobo Touch, which I actually did a review for! Here's the link:https://readingreadingalldaylong.wordpress.com/2014/04/01/kobo-touch-review/ I'm going to be basing my December TBR based around this challenge,… Continue reading December Reading Challenge!
Hi everyone! Today I'm going to be sharing with you what I got from my schools Scholastic Book Fair! The book fair was last week from November 11-November 13. November 11: The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith Prisoner B-3087 by Alan… Continue reading Scholastic Book Fair Haul!
CHAPTER 2 That Night, was quite an adventure. After dinner, my parents asked to speak with me, and David was instructed to leave. David was usually a good kid, but tonight he wanted to stay with me. My parents bribed him with a small candy, and luckily that won him over. Although, now that my… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2014: Chapter 2
Today, I thought I would tackle the big reading question. Can I still read YA, even if I'm not a teenager? ABSOLUTELY! Although YA is somewhat read by Young Adults, books are for everyone! I still read a few middle grade books and I am a teen! Nobody will care. Some YA books have a… Continue reading Quick Thought 002: Can I still read YA, even if I’m not a teenager?
Hi everyone! This will be my Inspire! Toronto International Book Fair post! I went on Saturday, November 15, 2014. I had an amazing time at this event and hope to go again next year! When coming up for the first time, you will see a beautiful ceiling decoration filled with alphabetical letters! Once you come… Continue reading Toronto International Book Fair 2014: Experience!
CHAPTER 1 “C’mon Rachel! You’re going to be late for school!” yelled David, my four year old brother. “I’m coming!” I shouted. School was always pretty much the same for everyone. I would always sit with my friends at lunch in the cafeteria and would go check on my brother in the kindergarten room. But… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2014: Chapter 1