Goodbye Posting Schedule

I absolutely love having a posting schedule. I enjoy knowing that posts will be up three times a week by a certain time on the mornings of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week. However it’s obviously been a struggle for me lately to keep up with the normal schedule. So after careful thought, I really feel that for right now I am removing my schedule and just going to post when I can on here. I have a list of post ideas that I am definitely inspired to do. I even have 6 posts right now in draft mode (including two short fiction pieces I was tagged to do via a picture prompt). So what’s creating the struggle?
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Plum Deluxe

Well it is official folks; I’m in love… with a new tea brand that is! Awhile back Sophie from Plum Deluxe reached out to me about the Oregon based tea company and inquired if I would interested in receiving some samples to review. Naturally after heavily looking over the company’s website (and let’s face it drooling at all the tasty sounding options) I agreed! Now just like all of my reviews though, I will give you my 100% authentic opinion. Though I’m pretty sure my opening line gave you a bit of a spoiler.
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Camp NaNo Plans

As we approach the end of February, I feel like a frenzy of writers across the globe are about to hop right into pre-Camp NaNoWriMo mode. This will be that time when they pick their projects, announce them, and decide who they want to be in a cabin with. To be fair though, as crazy as it seems some of us have already been thinking of our Camp NaNoWriMo April 2019 project ideas. I for one have. Now I won’t lie, I also considered skipping NaNoWriMo’s April camp session this year so I could solely focus between Collected and Vini’s Story. Then I realized that if I stick to my plan, Collected should hopefully be in the hands of an editor in April – which would free up a bit of time. Then it hit me! I knew what I wanted to do in April.
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My Thrill Club • February 2019

It’s been a couple of months since I did an unboxing post for My Thrill Club. So for those of you unfamiliar, this is a monthly book subscription service. Members can choose between three different genres (mystery, thriller, or horror) to receive two hardcover books and an eBook! What I love about the service is that not only do I get to add to my ever growing personal library, but I’m also getting cool books from authors I may not have otherwise heard of. I’ve been subscribed to My Thrill Club since August of 2017 and I can honestly say a solid 98% of the time I’m completely happy with what I receive. There is a natural (at least) 2% where I get books that I question if I’ll ever get around to, or that just make me unhappy for a different reason.
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