Wishful Wednesday

I've been wanting to make my blog more fun, and creative, so this is just one of many things that I want to add to wordly goods. I do have to give credit to other bloggers, because I've been seeing posts titled "Top Ten Tuesday" and "Standalone Sunday", and I really wanted to make something … Continue reading Wishful Wednesday

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Flame in the Mist (by Renee Ahdieh) review

I had been eagerly anticipating this book, it came out this month. I wrapped up reading it last night, and I couldn't wait to post a review of it. Flame in the Mist was a surprising and fresh read, so far I haven't read a book like it! It's set in ancient Japan, so the … Continue reading Flame in the Mist (by Renee Ahdieh) review

I am Malala: How one girl stood up for education and changed the world (book review)

Malala Yousafzai is one incredible young woman. I had heard on the news when she was shot by the Taliban on her way home from school. She was only fifteen years old then. I was shocked, horrified, but most of all, confused. Why would someone shoot a girl just because she went to school? As … Continue reading I am Malala: How one girl stood up for education and changed the world (book review)