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6 Yearbook To Dos Before You Leave for Summer

It’s finally May. The end of the year is in sight, students are buzzing about finals, you are wrapping up assignments. You think it’s time to relax and wind down, but I hate to break it to you, if you are a yearbook adviser you should be planning your next year’s book starting now. Shocking,…

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GoneReading.com Book Journal and Magnet Set Review and Giveaway (closed)

Recently I was approached by Brad Wirz, founder of GoneReading.com, about checking out his website, online store, and hosting a giveaway of a few items. As an avid reader I of course was excited to check out the variety of book themed items his store offered, and quickly made my way to the website. As…

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Review and Giveaway: All Roads Lead West by Paul Matarelli (closed)

A few months ago I was contacted by author, Paul Matarelli, about reading, reviewing, and giving away a copy of his new novel, All Roads Lead West. With summer almost upon me and no new books in my stack on the bedside table, I decided to give his book a go, and now you can as well! All…

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Children’s Book Review and Giveaway: Cozy Classics’ Les Miserables (closed)

Recently I was asked to review the latest addition of the Cozy Classics series by brothers, Jack and Holman Wang. I am an avid reader, and love any opportunity to read and review books, but being a children’s book, I was unsure about taking on this task. However, I soon realized I was being asked…

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Visual Journal Pages 28 and 29: Furniture has Personality Too

I had been waiting for this page. As I worked through my book I would periodically flip forward until I found the chair, the simple, yet intriguing chair. This was the chair I referenced to draw the very first image of my new visual journal, it inspired the cover of my book. This chair had…

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Craft Project: Fake Built in Bookcase

I love to read. It is one of my favorite past times to curl up with a good book, take a break from the real world, and escape into the sea of words held in the pages of my most recent reading adventure. My reading obsession has broaden my world, without ever having to leave…

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