Recent Reads // January

Love in the City by Jen Morris Love in the City is the first book from New Zealand indie author Jen Morris. For a first book, I was seriously impressed and I’ll be reading the next in the series, which is dropping hot in February. Does anyone really know what they’re doing in their twenties?Continue reading “Recent Reads // January”

Recent Reads // November

eBook This is such a sweet debut from Melissa Grace and I donut just mean the donut jokes. Home is Where You Are was a lovely, fun read that has relatable life issues, a swoon-worthy romance and very likeable characters who could be your best friends. The main characters have great chemistry and I knewContinue reading “Recent Reads // November”

Why I’m participating in NaNoWriMo

We haven’t finished NaNoWriMo yet, and I don’t want to be cocky, but I’m planning to hit the 50,000 word count. Of course I am; everyone who signs up to write a novel in November is planning to finish, aren’t they? But we’re halfway through the month and I am struggling – big time! CommittingContinue reading “Why I’m participating in NaNoWriMo”

How I’m Prepping For NaNoWriMo

I’m a NaNo virgin and to say that I’m a bit nervous about the whole thing is a complete understatement. For years, I’ve watched October and November come and go, telling myself that I should totally partake in NaNoWriMo (or National Novel Writing Month) and then watching the start of November pass me by, resigningContinue reading “How I’m Prepping For NaNoWriMo”