What I Wore On a Spring Evening.

Sometimes the weather is just too good to be true. Warm, sunny, not a cloud in the sky... Unfortunately this is something that rarely seems to happen in England however a few night ago, the planets aligned and brought us some lovely sunshine, perfect for glamming up and getting ready for an evening out. 

My family and I were headed out to a pub bistro style restaurant and naturally I relished the opinion to get a little dressed up. The style of the place we were going to, led me to pick something casual yet still a little more dressy than just jeans and a tee. Seriously, one of my biggest pet peeves in life, is when you go out for a meal to a nice restaurant, and no one has made an effort. Like you see men in jeans and women in trainers... Like what?! It just really irritates me for some reason. (Please let me know, if you guys like getting dressed up or whether it's just me being grouchy!) 

The top I'm wearing is my absolute favourite style - one of last summers Topshop sale steals. On my slim frame I find that the loose shoulders even out my figure and give the appearance of not being totally stick-like. I actually own this exact top in three colours (I can feel the judgement already) but it's only because it was so inexpensive and flattering. 

I've paired it with this gorgeous little plaid Topshop skirt. It's super high waisted and not too short, if like me you feel slightly self conscious when wearing anything tight and above the knee. The material is also a really lovely soft wool, so I imagine this would be gorgeous with tights and a jumper in the wintertime. If you're interested in this skirt, I've linked it, but there's only a few sizes left so I'd probably buy sooner rather than later if I was you! 

In terms of accessories, of course I'm wearing my Burberry sunglasses (I mean, do I still even need to write that?!) and I've paired it with my favourite Tiffany & Co necklace. On my wrists I've basically got my entire Pandora collection going on, and both of my rings are also from there. I've really been lovely smaller, delicate pieces of jewellery recently, as opposed to something more outlandish, so these are perfect. Pandora specifically, is one of my absolute favourite places to buy from at the minute. I really think their jewellery is gorgeous, and on the scale of things, it's not too expensive - which is a win-win really!! 



3 Steps To A Healthier and Happier You!

Recently I've really been trying to work on self love. I'd reached a point in my life where I hated my job so much that the thought of quitting in two and a half months literally felt like two and a half years away. I'd wake up in the mornings, feeling sorry for myself, knowing that I had eight and a half hours of hellish retail work ahead of me, before I could come home and cuddle my laptop. I was eating crap most of the time out of sheer boredom and frankly it was making me unhappy. So about a week ago, I decided that enough was enough. I was going to start eating healthily again. That meant no crisps, no chocolate at lunchtime and most importantly: no mindless snacking. And already I can feel such a difference. I have more energy, my body feels more responsive and I get tired and sad less. So for today's post I wanted to share 3 things with you guys that are super easy changes to make to your daily life to make your feel healthier and happier!


1 - Drink More Water

In just the past few days I've been trying to drink 600ml of water throughout the day on top of my 300ml of orange juice at lunchtime. (Side note: I'm referring to the time I'm at work, obviously I drink in the mornings and evenings too!) This is great for so many things and since I'm usually stood, incredibly bored at a checkout till, it gives me something to do. But in all seriousness I cannot recommend drinking water enough. My mum has been badgering me to drink more for years now and I've always kind of ignored her - sorry mum - but now I think I'm addicted. Even writing this post, I've got a big bottle next to me on my bedside table ready for the occasional swig! 

But why? I hear you ask, do I need to do this? Well firstly, from a purely aesthetic front, my skin is looking so good right now! It's only been four days and already my breakouts have cleared up, I've got no new spots and my hyper pigmentation has smoothed out giving me a more even skin tone. If you're looking for a miracle beauty product, seriously ladies, water is it!! 

Like I said above, I've also been noticing that my energy levels are heightened, and I think this may have something to do with it. Because whilst I wouldn't say I was dehydrated before, I definitely wasn't drinking enough liquid. Did you know that it's recommended that we drink two litres of water a day?! Even now I reckon I'm probably only on about 1.5 so I dread to think how bad it was before! 

And of course, with summer right around the corner it's never more important to keep hydrated!


2 - Don't Compare Yourself To Others

Their success does not equate to your failure.

I think in this day and age it's incredibly easy to get bogged down with hearing stories or watching videos of other people's success. And sometimes this can get us thinking: "Oh god, I'm never going to make it! Look how beautiful their photography is! Her figure is so stunning! Their life is perfect!" But in reality it's not. No ones life is perfect no matter how much it may seem like it through the internet. We're all guilty of sugar coating our Instagram feeds, of only posting the selfies when the lighting is perfect and we're heading somewhere fun. But newsflash: it's not real. It's an illusion, because most of us don't work as full time bloggers, cuddled within than perfect white marble house surrounded by pink peonies. We go to work or school on top of writing regular blog posts and this ladies, should be commended! 

So next time you're on Tumblr (AKA the minefield of pretty pictures) don't obsess too much over that insatiably stunning photo of a beautiful girl in a bikini because she probably took that *candid* at least ten times trying to get the right shot.


3 - Cut Out The Negative

Whether it's certain people or a job you hate or a boyfriend / girlfriend making you miserable; I say, get rid! Now in theory this is a lot more easy to do than in reality as I'm certainly guilty of letting my *friends* get away with not texting me for months and then as soon as they return from uni pretending like they've missed me - honestly honey, I'm not that stupid - and suddenly wanting to hang out 24/7. Even now, just thinking about it, it really makes me feel crap. Because it's so unbelievably obvious that I'm completely irrelevant in their new lives (which is fine, I low key don't even care that much lmao) I just wish they'd stop pretending we're still as close as we were. And I'm sure when I go to uni in September I'll be the same, but I'm not really the sort of person to fake a friendship, so I imagine ties will be cut. 

Now what was the point of that rant? Well, whilst cutting people out may feel difficult, sometimes it's a lot better for your mental health to remove some of the negative from your life. And if it's people that are making you feel rubbish? Well, I say: snip snip, cut those ties!! 

And if you're worried that you're going to end up totally friendless, I have two things to say. Firstly, those people you cut out? It was for a reason. So surely having a smaller group of close friends is better than a bunch of fake friends you only use you as a last resort. And secondly, this totally frees you up to go and meet new people: whether it's starting a new sport / drama group, going to blogging events (internet friends are the shiz) or even just making more of an effort with that work colleague you kinda-like-but-don't-want-to-seem-like-you're-bothering-too-much. Who knows? It might be the start of a beautiful friendship!


Okay, so that was my three tips of becoming healthier and happier! If you've got any please feel free to share them below and I'll see you all very soon! 

*P.S. I feel like now might be a good point to say that this post wasn't sponsored by Glacéau, I just really like their water!!* 



Writing A Book: Update #3

Okay so I'm aware that this post is long overdue as it's been over a month since my last update, however I had originally wanted to finish the first draft before posting this. Naturally life threw a spanner in the works and for the past couple of weeks or so, I've found myself totally and utterly unable to write. I'm going to get onto to more about that in a little bit, but I've got a couple of other things to discuss first. 

Firstly, if you haven't read either of my previous posts about writing my first novel I'll link the first one - which is all about falling back in love with fiction writing - here and the second - a general progress update plus the blurb and some cover designs here. I'd probably be tempted to read those first as otherwise you might be slightly confused by some of the things I'm talking about.

But now, back to why I've been experiencing writer's block. To be honest it's not even that I don't know where the story is going; I'm currently milling on 81,000 words and with just under 10K or so left to go until I reach the ending, I know exactly how the story will progress to reach that point. It's merely I've been lacking motivation somewhat. And I've said before (and the same goes for blogging) that if I feel as though I'm not enjoying something or simply doing it because I have to, then I will stop. I don't want to ever feel as though I have to write, as if I'm under obligation to continue for example. So I decided to take a little break and haven't written anything for two weeks. But I was at work the other day and suddenly found myself missing the characters and the process of writing, which hopefully means I'll be back up on my feet in no time!

Okay now onto the actual story. As it's been a little while since the last update I imagine most of you have probably forgotten the blurb I shared, so I thought I'd post it again. I've also been toying with the idea of posting an exert since a couple of people have expressed interest in reading it. Choosing which part to post however, was more difficult than I thought it would be. I didn't want to use the first chapter (chronologically) because to be honest it's not the most exciting or well written. I feel now may be the best time to point out that my work is currently in first draft status, therefore it's probably not as well written as it could be as it hasn't undergone any major editing yet. Though saying that, I'm pretty happy with the section that I'm going to post, so hopefully you guys will like it! 

The Blurb

Do you ever get that feeling you’re being followed? That spine tingling, hairs prickling, shiver down the back of your spine. 
Emilie did.
And confiding in a boy with whom she’d formed an uneasy acquaintance only proved to make her more paranoid. But nothing, not even her worries of secret small-town gangs, could have prepared her for what she discovered upon following him to the town boundaries. For hidden amongst rock crevices is an entrance to a world she’d never thought could truly exist.
But nothing can stay a secret forever, as Emilie is thrown into a world alight with tension, intrigue and danger. The Faerie Courts, a stone’s throw from being at war with one another, a kidnapped best friend and two brothers intent on causing havoc in each other’s lives.
How can one eighteen year old girl survive in a place she barely understands? 
When all she wants is to save her friend and go home, can anything make her stay?
The only thing she knows for sure is that none of it was supposed to happen but she’s fallen deep for a world she cannot expect to keep.

Okay, so that was the blurb, if you've got any questions regarding my story please, please don't hesitate to ask! I'm now going to include the section of the book that I've chosen. It's not too long, and I'd love to know your thoughts on my writing or the characters (To be fair this section is mostly Emilie, the main character as I didn't want to do a huge information dump without any context!) or if there's anything you would change!

Read A Section From My Book:

Up ahead she saw Casper exit his vehicle, not bothering to check behind him. This was a godsend because if he had, he would have surely noticed her, lurking in undergrowth, body shivering from the chill. 
As silently as she could, Emilie eased open the car door, slipping out. Ignoring the sense of foreboding that was building within her, she clung to the darkest shadows and began following Casper into the night. 
It may have been the way the shadows enveloped him, but out here, in the middle of nowhere, he seemed different. His walk – more elegant, his stance – leaner. Like a trained dancer or an acrobat. But then again, it may just be the fast fading light, for down here she could barely see ten metres. 
She followed him, hardly daring to take breath for maybe a quarter of a mile, through rocky terrain and overgrown grasses. He clearly knew where he was going as he didn't stop once to check a map, or even take a glance behind him. Up ahead she could see a tall rock face looming out of the darkness like some great mythological creature. Underneath the many ridges and cutouts that lined the rocks edge was a cave entrance. If she’d thought it dark out here, in there the blackness seemed to swallow everything up. Pausing from behind a particularly dense bush she watched with growing incredulousness mixed with the painful tang of fear as Casper strolled towards the opening. He didn't seem scared or even curious, his stride made her think of someone who knew exactly what they were doing and why they were there. 
At the opening two figures loomed from the blackness. It was instinct that had Emilie drawing back into the shadows. Something had shifted in the air when the others arrived. Hardly daring to move she leaned around the leaves a little more. Casper was talking intently, gesturing something with his hands. The taller of the others said something back, and Casper nodded. Without another word he headed straight into the cave. 
Emilie was torn, did she follow him? Not whilst the others were there that’s for sure. If she had wandered in on some top secret gang meeting, she seriously didn't want to be caught. Glancing up, she noticed with a start that the figures had gone. Cursing herself for not paying closer attention she began to edge forward a little into the clearing.
However she barely made it five steps before a hand gripped her upper arm holding her still in it’s steely grip. She wanted to scream, to thrash about, but she couldn’t. She was utterly, completely paralysed with fear.
‘Tai. Over here.’ The thing grasping her arm had a voice, it was smooth, masculine. For some reason this was what had her snapping back to reality and she began fighting with all she had to free herself. But even with her thrashing around, the person holding her was far stronger. 
The sound of someone crashing through the undergrowth, pierced through the silence of the night and into her vision stepped the boy from the parking lot. There was a devious smile etched on his lips, as he ran his fingers through his wildly curly hair.


Okay! So that's officially the first part of my book ever to be published on the internet! I'm kind of excited but also kind of nervous right now. I'm sure anyone who's ever written, be it fiction or even blog writing - has experienced the slight fear of what people will think but hopefully you enjoyed it, though to be honest I'd welcome any kind of feedback!

And lastly before I go I did just want to say that I will be doing another writing update post when I eventually finish the first draft and if you'd like to see any more exerts, then please drop me a comment and I'll include another one!



Bake With Me: The Ultimate Chocolate Cake.

Good Morning! For today's post I'm bringing more delectable recipes from my kitchen, this time in the shape of my absolute favourite chocolate cake. I'm a huge cake lover and this one is certainly up there with the best. It's moist, uber chocolaty and not too heavy - perfect for a 'light' snack every so often. I'd even go as far as to say that those of you who are not massive fans of chocolate would enjoy this as my mum hates chocolate but still loves this cake.

So without further ado, let's get onto the recipe!


You Will Need:

For The Cake Mix:

175g softened butter / margarine
175g soft brown sugar
150g self raising flour
25g coco powder
1tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda 
3 eggs 
100ml sour cream 

For The Icing:

150g softened butter
300g icing sugar 
1 large tbsp coco powder 
A dash of milk 
Chocolate buttons (optional) 


The Method

Step 1:

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C. Grease and line the bottoms of two circular baking trays. 
Start by measuring out the butter and the sugar and creaming together using an electric whisk until smooth and light brown in colour.

Step 2:

Add the flour, baking powder, coco powder and bicarbonate of soda. Mix together again. At this point the mixture tends to look quite dry, that's normal, don't worry! 

Step 3:

Add the eggs, one at a time, whisking thoroughly in between each new addition. Now it's time to add the sour cream AKA the magic ingredient. This is what will help the cake stay moist and stop that nasty dry coco flavour that can occur in chocolate cakes sometimes. By this point the mixture will be smooth and potentially slightly more runny than your average cake mix. However this won't effect the end product. 

Step 4: 

Okay, cake mix complete! Now spread the mix evenly between the two baking tins and place in the oven for 22-25 minutes. 
After the time is up check the cake is baked through by inserted a skewer into the centre of the sponge. If it comes to clean then the cake is cooked, however if bits of raw mix still cling to it, pop the cake back in for another few minutes and repeat the skewer test.
Leave your cakes to cool, removing from tins after about ten minutes or so. 

Step 5: 

Whilst the cake is cooling, you can make the icing. Now if you've ever made butter icing it's essentially exactly the same but with the addition of coco powder to give it the chocolaty taste and colour. 
If you haven't made butter icing, never fear it's very simple. Just place the butter, icing sugar and coco powder into a bowl and begin to cream together. After a little while it should start to resemble icing however, if the mix is too dry and looks almost like breadcrumbs, add a dash of milk and try again. 

Once the icing is complete, spread it over both halves of the cake and stack one on top of each other. Here you can get creative. To be honest I didn't really have a huge amount of chocolate buttons however using the ones I could find I just placed them in loose circles over the top. 

Let me know your thoughts on today's post! 



Sunday Lovin'

So recently the weather hasn't exactly been what I'd call summer outfit appropriate. I spend a good percentage of my time dressing like I live in California only to realise that England is, in fact, still pretty chilly. But when it comes to outfits, I'm so over the black skinny jeans and jumper combo that we all live in from September through to March, so I decided for today's OOTD that I would aim to make a slightly more realistic summer outfit. 

*Side note, please let me know, if you guys are also guilty of dressing like how you want the weather to be as opposed to how it actually is!!?* 

I'm a huge fan of bold pattern. Some of my favourite style of trouser is the loose, cotton pants adorned with all manner of design and whilst I'm sticking with a simple skinny jean today, I've more than made up for it with the jacket. To be honest it's not something that I would have picked out for myself, but my mum bought it for me for my birthday and since wearing it once last week, I've fallen head over heels in love with it. The opportunities and ways to style it are endless, it's made of a lighter material so you don't feel like dying in the slight summer heat and the pattern is gorgeous

Accessories wise, my wedge heels are from Topshop and they're seriously fabulous. They add a good two inches to my height (needed when you're five foot five and smaller than everyone you know) yet are still super comfortable. The laces at the side can be tied up your leg in a gladiator side, which looks gorgeous with dresses - or around the ankle like I've done.

In terms of jewellery I'm wearing a plethora of Pandora today. In fact everything that you can see (aside from the necklace) is from Pandora! You could say that I have a slight obsession... 

I hope you're all having a nice day, whatever it is that you're getting up to, and I will see you all very soon! Kisses. 



The Changing Face of Blogging.

Something I've been hearing a lot about recently, both on the blogosphere and on Twitter, is the way blogging has evolved over the years. It's no longer good enough to be the girl-next-door type, shooting fuzzy images on your phone and gushing about mascara. With the likes of internet sensations such as Zoella taking up such a great portion of the online beauty world, the potential to make a living through blogging is currently at an all time high. And doesn't the world know it...

But for the everyday blogger - the girl in her bedroom, so to speak - it could be said that it's becoming so much harder to ever get noticed. With the market slowly getting saturated and most of us trying to work full time jobs and / or deal with school and university the dream of blogging as a career may seem a far off fantasy. Now I'm not writing this post to have a mope and a moan at how hard my life is, because trust me, I'm very content with the way I'm living right now, I merely wish to offer my two cents into this crazy internet world. 

First things first, since blogging became a potential for earning money and with writer's and reader's standards both increasing dramatically, the blogging budget has also risen with the times. I'm not going to pretend that having a DSLR and a MacBook don't help me considerably with creating beautiful photos. I'm very fortunate to have the ability to save for things like this, but not everyone is. How is the fifteen year old coming home from school, wishing to chat about lip gloss supposed to get views if her aesthetic isn't up to scratch? And if that's the case then the chances of her being able to afford an £850 laptop are incredibly slim, so how will she gain readers when just five years ago, everyone was in the same boat? The internet is a rapidly changing place, you only have to look as far as the once girl-next-doors jetting off around the world to places such as LA and Cannes. 

So what am I saying? Well, I think most bloggers and YouTubers fit into one of two categories: A) The 'I just love [insert topic here] so much and need somewhere to vent my obsession!' And B) 'Jetting off to New York? Not having a 'proper job'? How hard can it really be..?' 

But let's be real, type B don't tend to last very long, when they realise just how much work actually goes into creating blog posts multiple times and week, whilst simultaneously keeping up an Instagram and Twitter account, not to mention a full time job. You can usually spot these people a mile off, whining on Twitter, constantly sending messages to brands for free products, and honestly it does my head in. If you're not blogging for the right reasons then just leave. Because you can't do this half heartedly, and if you don't love every single second then it's probably not for you. 

In a way it's kind of sad, because as much as I love the stunning photography and editorial quality of some bloggers, I feel as though they're becoming less and less relatable. The magic of being online for me at least, is finding so many like-minded people who don't mind that I spend hours chatting about the illusively expensive Givenchy Antigona or the latest Tom Ford lippie. It's not about receiving freebies or swanning up and down a red carpet, (though to any potential brands out there, I'm not necessarily opposed to the red carpet *winks*) I've met so many amazing people and had so much fun improving my blog layout and design (shoutout to the domain name) and I can't wait for many more years of blogging! 

Please let me know if you agree with what I'm saying and if not, why you don't? I honestly love reading you guys' comments and try to respond to every one! Stay classy. 



The Lost In A Book Tag.

So whilst I wasn't technically tagged to do this post, the lovely Sara did specify that anyone who read her post was more than welcome to do their own version, hence why we're here today. Now I'm sure if you've been on my blog before, you'll know that I'm a huge book nerd so I thought this post sounded perfect for me. I hope you enjoy my answers and similarly to Sara I tag anyone reading this to compile their own and leave a comment letting me know so I can read yours too. 


1 - Do You Have A Certain Place At Home For Reading?

 Honestly, anywhere that is quiet. I absolutely cannot concentrate on reading a book if someone has the TV on, or music playing, or even just chatting. When I read I like to fully immerse myself into the world within the story, which I cannot do if there are any outside distractions. 

2 - Where Do You Like To Read?

So it varies between two places really: 1) my bed, and 2) when I'm on my lunch break at work. I'm super anti social and since I work in a tiny shop when there's usually only one or two people on a break at the same time, I tend to go sit in my car and read there. It's really therapeutic to get out of my job for an hour and enjoy my book is the peace and quiet of my car. 

3 - Book Mark or Random Piece of Paper?

I read a lot on my Kindle which thankfully saves your place for you, so for the most part I don't use either. However if I'm reading an actual paper book I have to admit it... guys... I fold down the corners..! I KNOW, DON'T JUDGE ME! I hate how it makes the books look, but I always lose bookmarks and then can't find my place. Okay, I'm totally trying to justify my sacrilege. 

4 - Can You Stop Reading or Do You Stop At a Chapter?

Umm to be honest I haven't really thought about this before. I usually stop when my mind begins to wander which can happen at the end or the middle of a chapter. However I find it impossible to stop at cliffhangers so saying that, I usually stop in the middle of chapters. 

5 - Do You Eat Or Drink Whilst Reading?

Hells yeah. I've mastered the art of balancing my food on my lap, cup of tea in one hand and Kindle in the other. It's an art. Some of my favourite things to eat whilst reading include: biscuits (of the chocolate variety) and english breakfast muffins with goats cheese. But random I know, but so much love for that! 

6 - E-Reader or Real Book?

For aesthetic purposes: real books. I adore how they look on my shelves and the covers are just so pretty. I still have all of my original Harry Potter books, even though they've been read so many times they're almost falling apart. However I tend to read most of my books on my Kindle, purely because I'm so lazy and it's easier to turn the pages. Literally cannot believe I just admitted that, but it's so true! How am I supposed to eat, drink, read and turn real life paper pages?! Impossible! But with the Kindle... The opportunities are endless!

I'm also totally guilty of buying the book on my Kindle to read and then seeing the physical copy in Waterstones and repurchasing. For example, my third favourite book (series) ever is A Court Of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas, which I have owned on Kindle ever since it came out. But a few months back, I was in the book store and saw... SIGNED COPIES?! I legit fangirled so hard I almost died. So naturally I bought that baby!

7 - Music or TV Whilst Reading?

I think we've covered this: Nope!

8 - One Book or Several At Once?

One book! I can't concentrate properly on the storyline if I'm sidetracked with other things. 

9 - Fiction or Non Fiction?

Definitely fiction. I live for stories and imagination and whilst I appreciate that there are lot's of amazing no fictions works out there, it's just not really for me. My favourite genres of fiction are both high fantasy and urban fantasy and of course the good old contemporary romance. I tend to read a lot of YA, just because I find the characters more relatable, however in the past I have strayed into the adult fiction wold a few times, and found it quite enjoyable. 

10 - Do You Read Ahead or Skip Pages?

I definitely don't skip pages or really read ahead, but one bad habit I have is reading the final page of a book first. I don't know, I just really like to know if my favourite characters survives or not! Something else I do is go on Pinterest or Tumblr and stalk the [insert book name here] tag. It's awful because 99% of the time I end up spoiling myself and then getting really angry that I was such an idiot, but it's like a drug, I just can't stop doing it!! 

11 - Do You Write in Your Books?

Why is this even a question?! What kind of a*sshole writes in books?! I mean seriously?! Books are beautiful and should be protected. I'm sorry I just have a lot of feelings about this question!

12 - Your Favourite Book?

You thought I could pick just one?! LOL. Okay so because this question is like the book lovers version of choosing a child, I'll tell you my top three: firstly (and probably topping the list) is Harry Potter. Yep the entire series. I grew up reading these and still remember preordering The Deathly Hallows and going to Waterstones with my dad to pick it up. Harry Potter will forever be my first obsession, and what truly made me fall in love with reading. There's something so magical about the intricacies of the world J K Rowling has created, that I've never seen in another book before. If you haven't read Harry Potter, do yourself a favour and do it. Even if you don't like fantasy or magic or whatever, I can guarantee you will fall a little bit in love with The Boy Who Lived. 

Next up is the Shadowhunter Chronicles by Cassandra Clare. These are a beautiful urban fantasy series, split into three (soon to be five) mini series. The Infernal Devices is the first trilogy chronologically and is set in 1800s England. The characters are just so funny and fantastic and sassy and if you like fantasy I'd highly recommend these. The second series is made up of six books and is called The Mortal Instruments. They made a movie back in 2013 starring Lily Collins but it was kind of a flop and no one really talks about it. However the books are incredible. And lastly The Dark Artifices has just dropped it's first book Lady Midnight (which I've reviewed here) which is set in LA and is equally fabulous. If you follow me on twitter and have heard me raving about something called 'Malec' it's the ship name of two characters from this series. 

Thirdly is A Court Of Thorns and Rose by Sarah J Maas. I wasn't expecting to love this book as much as I did, but it's truly spectacular and so well written. The second book has literally just come out, but because I'm an idiot (who's currently experiencing a reading slump #PrayForLily) I haven't read it yet. 


Wow, so that was the Lost In A Book tag! Thanks to Sara for (sort of) tagging me, and like I said above, I tag anyone else to do this post!! 

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