Divergent Week! Movie Review

Divergent Week   Amazing box office release weekend for the book to movie adaptation, 'Divergent'! On Saturday, just after the early release date on Thursday night and Friday's numbers, studio released the news that 'Insurgent' was green lit, making it official that next year, WE WILL HAVE A PART TWO! This makes my heart so… Continue reading Divergent Week! Movie Review


All or Nothing Writing Week

  The Extremist That is Me: I'm either reading or writing: 'All or Nothing' Hello folks! Nice to see you again. I feel as though it's been a while. I guess compared to my more consistent (multiple a week) posts from the last few months--when put up to those standards--it really has been a while.… Continue reading All or Nothing Writing Week


The Lighthouse Award! Eep!

What? What in the world? How did that happen?  Well, apparently, this person--Coach Muller. (http://goodtimestories.wordpress.com/2013/12/12/the-lighthouse-award-2/) created this WordPress award called, "The Lighthouse Award", created for: “a blog that brings light to a dark world” The lovely, fellow booknerd, Lizzy from http://mylittlebookblog.wordpress.com/2014/03/09/the-lighthouse-award/ (definitely check out her bookish blog sometime) nominated me for this award. What? *sheepish smile* I didn't even know there… Continue reading The Lighthouse Award! Eep!


Making Faces, by Amy Harmon

I loved this book so much & haven’t found adequate words to describe how I felt so, here’s someone who did it better than I could. Everyone should read this book!

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If could give this book 10 stars I would do it without hesitation. This is probably one of the best books I’ve read this year.

Touching, riveting, adorable, endearing, captivating. A book you can’t put down and draws you in from the start. A true statement to the meaning of love, affection, friendship and true beauty.

I started reading this book when I saw the good ratings it had, and the recommendations from bloggers I follow. I was not disappointed and frankly, I agree with all the high ratings and continuous praises.

I finished the book, and decided it needed a review that would do justice to the feelings that arose in me. So here is my best attempt to do just that.

Fern is just an ordinary girl, a cute, funny and awkward red head living in Hanna Lake, Pennsylvania. Daughter of a Pastor, born late in their marriage…

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