Holiday Elfmas 2015

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This holiday season, I decided to do something a little bit different than my typical Elfmas giveaway that I host every month. I will still be keeping the book giveaway aspect I have been doing for 8 months now, but in addition to that I’ll be adding a TON of surprises to giveaway!

I’m so excited to share all the details with you of this amazing opportunity!  Continue reading to learn how you could win/receive one of the amazing prizes.  Here’s a hint – everyone can be a winner.  😉

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NaNoWriMo 2015

I am so excited to be participating in NaNoWriMo this year, for the first time in over 4 years.  The last time I attempted this challenge, I was a sophomore in high school – a mere 16-years-old, facing the book writing world with the thought that I would publish my first book by the time I turned 18.

Unfortunately, that didn’t happen and I am nearing 4 years past my original goal of 18 and published.  I am excited, however, for the time I had away from the writing field for me to really realize how much the whole community meant to me.

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Break An Arm

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I’m a messy person.

I’m not good at making choices that will benefit my future, much less choices that will benefit me now.  But I am really good at convincing myself that the choices I’m making are the right ones at that moment.  

If I were on a debate team, I’m confident my side would win simply because when I tell myself something is the right idea, there is nothing I can do or say to talk myself out of it.  It’s the best option.

Trust me.

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Pulse It! Program – The Breakdown

Well, I know I explain what Pulse It! originally was at the beginning of Free Book Friday every week, but I realized you guys actually never got a full fledged breakdown of how I got into the program, or what books I received, so I figured now was as imagegood a time as any to really explain what Pulse It! was, what the perks and the downsides were and all that good stuff!

So to start off, every month I’d get a pretty cool package in the mail.  It was your typical mailer envelope, nothing special, except I was 13.  So um, hello, basically everything was pretty cool back then.

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