2019 was a fun year! I have a story published in Youth Imagination Magazine! I've been doing a ton of writing. This year I'm being more intentional with my posts and focusing more on writing craft.
Trish is a 13 year old girl with a secret…a very personal secret which has already destroyed her relationship with her best friend. But she is tough and has more than friendship problems on her mind. The Euclideans are on a mission to wipe out magic. To do this they are capturing and experimenting (aka torturing) magical creatures like Nessie, Sasquatch, Jackalopes, Kirin, and more.
For over a year I heard buzz about this book, but I didn’t think much of it. The title didn’t exactly describe what the book was about. And this girl on the cover was washing her face with a fire hydrant. I mean how smart could she be? Normal people wash their face in the sink. Then a friend of mine from Instagram recommended a podcast called Rise. I listened to the episode she suggested. The lady made a lot of sense. Then she mentioned something about her book… you guessed it: Girl, Wash Your Face! By Rachel Hollis The author is, shall we say, earthy. The first line of the book is, “I peed my pants.” So, no, not glamorous. The book is an easy read. She writes very conversationally.
This is a book that makes my feminist heart happy. The author, Reshma Saujani, visited a lot of schools and saw that there were many boys in coding classes, but few girls. When she did some number checking, she learned that women only make up 4% of the workforce who code. Her response to … Continue reading Girls Who Code Book Review
It's September! Reading can help bring understanding. Many people don't understand what it is like to have a disability. Reading a non-fiction book about a disability can help you understand the facts of it. Reading a book written BY someone with a disability can help you see their world in a new light. I've read … Continue reading Quill and Books Reading Challenge- September