Growing up I was never really a fan of people calling me anything other than my full name: Whitney except my dad who called me T.J. after my middle names Theresa and June. I was supposed to just be Theresa June sans Whitney, but at the last possible moment (my birth) my mom decided to … Continue reading What’s in a Nickname?
Howdy dear readers! It is another week and another version of Writing Prompt Wednesday! I am finding this is one of my favourite posts to write as of late. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I have loved writing them. Here we go: It was a news broadcast which completely changed the … Continue reading In My Mind’s Eye
To you dearest readers, I write on a day with clouds in the sky, gusts of strong wind, and icy rain which provide a heaviness to my state of mind. It is on days such as these I find myself curling up with my current read. Today I was thinking we should discuss the notion … Continue reading Meant to Read
Dear Readers, I would like to welcome you to the first edition of Writing Prompt Wednesdays, where I take a writing prompt from Pinterest or wherever I might come across one, and force myself to get some writing in. I mentioned in my previous post about Housekeeping that I really wanted to try out some … Continue reading My Eyes Were Dim
This Who Wore it Best Wednesday post is brought to us by a childhood classic turned Disney favourite: Peter Pan. I have visited Magic Kingdom in Disney World a handful of times (all in my adulthood) and my favourite ride hands down is the Peter Pan ride. From the soaring rooftops in ships to the … Continue reading Puffin Battle
Dear Readers, This post finds us discussing the books I read in March. They were some amazing works of literature that will stay with me and I am sure become a part of my literary identity (minus one that is). Due to the fact I loved them so much I thought I would share them … Continue reading The Titles Of March
Hello literary lovelies, I am back with my latest Writing Prompt Wednesday. As I mentioned last post, feel free to add-on if you wish or comment with something you enjoyed or thought was a bit too much. "It will be fun," she says with a smirk. "They supposedly have a mirror which shows you the … Continue reading My Eyes Deceive
We meet again dear readers! I enjoyed finding out more about you all from our last post. This week I was thinking we could discuss our opinions on book series and whether we appreciate them or would prefer one instalment of a story. I have previously discussed my lack of literary patience when it comes … Continue reading Series or Singles?
Upon seeing the cover art of a particular book on bookdepository.com, I was compelled to do a Who Wore it Best Wednesday literary red carpet even though I have yet to read the actual book. Once you see (just flick your eyes down) which book it is, I am sure you will be surprised. I … Continue reading [____________________]
For my book club this month we covered the amazing: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. This book was a masterpiece. I can see why it won a Pulitzer Prize. It was like viewing literary art. There were a few character names which resonated with me so I felt the need to … Continue reading All The Names We Cannot Choose
Dear Readers, I write to you on this sunny yet chilly day in March (well chilly according to my standards which probably isn't very cold) looking to get to know you a bit better. I have decided to start a bi-weekly post under the heading Dear Readers. I would appreciate any ideas on naming it … Continue reading Let’s Get to Know One Another