Top BTS Songs–and Why

I realized recently that, though I’ve discussed aspects of being a fan of BTS on this blog a couple of years ago, I’ve never gone into depth on why I like them or why their music has meant so much to me. Right now, I’ve been a fan of them for nearly 4 years, and … Continue reading Top BTS Songs–and Why

On Kasie West, and Why I Might (Kind-of-Sort-of) Like Contemporary Romance Now

Recently I’ve finished reading “Listen to Your Heart” by Kasie West, and really enjoyed it. Last year I read both “Lucky in Love” and “P.S. I Like You”, which served as great introductions into her work. I don’t really read contemporary teenage romance very much, preferring epic fantasy and worldbuilding and kings and princesses and … Continue reading On Kasie West, and Why I Might (Kind-of-Sort-of) Like Contemporary Romance Now

Echo North, and Beneath the Haunting Sea (by Joanna Ruth Meyer) — A Book Review

I regrettably haven’t read as much as I used to, and in an attempt to get back into it, I bought a set of books that I’d seen one of my favorite bloggers, Deborah O’Carroll, recommend. Because they are by the same author and I read them so close together, I decided to put my … Continue reading Echo North, and Beneath the Haunting Sea (by Joanna Ruth Meyer) — A Book Review

A Review of my First Model United Nations Conference + A Rant (of Sorts)

So the day finally came--the day I’ve been waiting for, the day I was waiting to get here just so I could write a passionate review. I finally attended my first Model United Nations conference. To make things better (and more overwhelming) it was a crisis committee conference, the most stressful, mentally taxing, and fun … Continue reading A Review of my First Model United Nations Conference + A Rant (of Sorts)