Showing posts from May, 2017

Spring Quarter Goals

This quarter is almost over and I haven't updated everyone on my goals for the Winter Quarter Goals or made any new goals for the Spring Quarter. Wow, way to be ahead of myself. Anyway, this post will serve to be a makeup for both of those things and hopefully, this Spring Quarter will be better than the Winter Quarter.

Before I get into what this post is about, I wanted to let y'all know what I have been doing these last couple of months. In the beginning of March, softball started for me and that meant practicing every day for two hours. This wouldn't be a bad thing, however, I was applying for a lot of scholarships and trying to figure out college things that it was getting hectic. Not to mention that I had AP testing and finals thrown in there. All in all, it was a very hectic last part of the year and I had basically no motivation to do any of it. Now I will have almost all the time in the world to do the things that I love, like reading and writing my story and my bl…

Review: Worlds with Ruby by C.P. Cabaniss

Summary: When Ruby finds herself on the edge of a cliff in a land between life and death, with an ominous creaking coming from the nearby woods, she is left with no choice but to follow it to its source. Nothing is what it seems and Ruby soon finds herself being whisked away to worlds beyond her imagination. Worlds in need of saving. Along the way, she discovers that in saving these worlds, she is saving herself.

Review: This author is in a Goodreads group with me and I got a notification that she was looking for reviewers for her book. Since no one had bothered to respond, I decided that I would take a chance to read this book. And while I did rate the book 2 stars, I don't regret reading it at all.
This book starts off with Ruby who just so happens to be dead. Almost as soon as the story begins, she's thrown onto this Ferris Wheel and taken to another world. This repeatedly happens throughout the entire book and it does make the story very interesting to read. However, I can&…