Tag: Blog

July 1, 2020 /

Dear Readers,  I want to begin by telling you what an incredible experience it has been writing for you week after week. I’ve always loved talking about books and writing with other bookworms, and I’ve so enjoyed discussing with all of you.  With all of that said, I’m sad to say that I’m going to be taking the month of July off. My family is going through many changes within the next month, and I really need to dedicate my time to them right now. I fully plan on kicking off August with a new blog, but if that changes,…

June 24, 2020 /

Welcome everyone to the 4th and final week of our blog series Writing Craft: Reading to Write! To wrap up our blog series, today we’re going to put together everything that we’ve learned so far and give writing craft a bit more perspective when it comes to brainstorming and revision. If you haven’t already, go ahead and read the previous 3 blogs on writing craft (an overview), finding your purpose, and developing your voice because each week of our series has been building to this.  Writing Craft as a Tool for Prep Work and Revision: I know over the past few…

May 6, 2020 /

Hello all! Just a quick announcement that there will not be a post this week. I’m taking a celebratory week off due to the fact that I earned my Master’s of Arts in Writing and Publishing from Emerson College this week. Don’t worry though because we’ll be back next week to talk about some highly anticipated books coming out soon! Have a wonderful week everyone! Be safe! And, as always, happy reading! Marissa

April 29, 2020 /

Hello all! We have only 2 more days until National Poetry Month is over! I hope you all have celebrated by writing some of your own poetry or reading some. I’ve done a little of both. This week I wanted to write a bit about what I’ve been reading: The Truth About Magic from New York Times best-selling author Atticus. I’ve read through his first two poetry collections Love Her Wild and The Dark Between Stars. And, I’ve loved each of them; His third one doesn’t disappoint.  Atticus has a way of looking at the world that is so special.…