Outlining Your Novel by K.M. Weiland | Review

Hey, guys! I am going to attempt to act professional because I must send this link to K.M. Weiland. But because everyone knows I'm only professional at blogging because I make money on my doll-collecting blog, I am going to fail. 😄 via If you don't know who K.M. Weiland (Katie) is, she's an incredible Christian author [...]

By | August 16th, 2017|Reviews, Writing|4 Comments

Camp NaNoWriMo July 2017 Recap

A couple weeks late again, but hey, defying time boundaries and common sense is my speciality. I was super psyhced to participate in Camp NaNo again in July. Back in April, I participated, and my project was plotting Loyalty Book II: Pursuit of No One. In July, I wrote it! So. Allow me to bore [...]

By | August 11th, 2017|Recaps, Writing|18 Comments

🐐 Attack of the Assassin Goats 🐐

Good morning, afternoon, or evening. It is us -- a legion of goat assassins and a division of the Murder Madi Corp -- out to end the notoriously self-conceited and lame Madison Lorfing. You see, she thinks she is the best person in the world. The toughest, most dramatic, most amazing. She could never be more wrong, [...]

By | August 4th, 2017|... I Don't Even Know.|34 Comments

10 Ways to Kick the Devil’s Butt in Your Everyday Life – #9 + A Spider Reminder

GUYS. #9 ALREADY. It's going so fast! *sniffs* I can't wait for the finale. *rubs hands excitedly* via revival.com Oh, and the conference ended yesterday! It. Was. Amazing. via revival.com My favorite evangelist (well, besides my dad ;) ), Jonathan Shuttlesworth, showed up there and rocked. the. house. multiple mornings! There [...]

By | May 29th, 2017|Devil Butt-Kicking, Encouragement, Mondays with Madi|32 Comments

April Camp NaNoWriMo 2017 Recap

Lightning flashes again, and the tree right in front of me begins to fall. In terror, I hold my arm up as if that's actually going to stop the falling tree from crushing my bones -- and all of the sudden feel strong arms grab mine and pull me out of the way just in time. I look up with a gasp, half-relieved, half-embarrassed to be looking up at the face of the man who just saved my life. [...]

By | May 20th, 2017|Writing|65 Comments
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