My new book??

Okay, so I am writing something that I have been terrified to write but I am so excited to. This book is called “It’s the Small Things” and I got this name from a song I wrote and if you take it I will sue because this is my favorite song that I wrote and a bunch of people I sang it for love it. So no steals.

This book will be linked so don’t you worry. But here’s the summary if you want to see if you want to read it.

It is so hard to feel something that you don’t want to.  It is so hard to want to be around someone that you can’t. Goodness, Tucker Andrews makes it so hard for me. I have someone. I have my boyfriend, Daniel, who is still living in my hometown of Lawton, Alabama. If he would’ve came to Mifflin University with me, who knows if I would’ve still fallen for Tucker. Fallen for his Southern accent, that is way stronger than mine. Fallen for his humor that I don’t get but I still laugh at. Would I have fallen? It’s too late now; I’ve fallen for the bad boy.

So the main character, Jane, is an innocent little bean. A pure child of God. Which makes sense because she is Christian. It really only mentions it once throughout the book but you can see it because she doesn’t curse, drink, smoke, none of that.

This book is based in college and Jane is a Freshman while Tucker is a Sophomore. They meet in the first chapter and she doesn’t really like him but he… he… This is a love story, we all know that he already loves her.

I made this book because I watched The Choice. This movie is an adaptation of one of Nicholas Sparks’ books. I think this is his one book where they are actually happy in the end. So I watched this and it reminded me about “Beautiful Disaster”. I suddenly got an urge to write this, and I have been wanting to do this but I was a whimp, so I’m doing it now.

The reason why I’m not continuing “Broken Borders” is because that book actually sucks. I love “After” but it’s not really my thing. That book was doing what I didn’t want, so the moment someone told me that, I took that reason to stop.

But this book is going to be amazing so I won’t stop. I read the first chapter to my friend last night and she just about died because it was so good. Y’all need to read it. I mean, I fangirled over it.

Fun fact: all of the titles of the chapters are small things that mean a lot to Jane; they are things she loves that Tucker does.

It’s a great book in my opinion. But you guys should check it out and give me your opinion.

I don’t really want to give too much away, so I leave you here with this.

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Top Five Friday- Top Five Fruits

  1. Cantaloupe. I don’t care what you say, this is the best fruit of all time.
  2. Oranges. They’re amazing and I love citrus. Which makes sense since I live in Arizona and we have the six C’s.
  3. Apple. It’s the most common fruit because it’s a good fruit.
  4. Bananas. They are great with chocolate fudge on top.
  5. Lemons. They were as candies and with regular food. How could you not like them.

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Book 46: Losing the Field


By: Abbi Glines


The Field Party #4

Plot (Goodreads Summay):

Losing his dream, his ultimate plan, and his future- Nash Lee never expected to be facing a life without football. One wrong move and it had all changed. Going back to school for his senior year no longer appealed to him. He’d rather not leave his house. Walking back into Lawton High School, seeing pity in everyone’s eyes was just another reality in his nightmare. Revenge wasn’t a pretty thing. Tallulah Liddell had found it was rather controlling. The way you looked at life changed completely when you clung to the ugly notion. But she’d done it anyway. From the last day of her junior year when Ryker Lee had made a fat joke about her and Nash laughed with him, she’d been driven by pain. It wasn’t like no one had made fun of her weight before. She was used to that. What had hurt so deeply was Nash’s laughter. He’d always been the one person to notice her, include her, not treat her differently. But that one moment had changed it all. From the time she walked out of the school building to the moment she returned for her senior year Tallulah had been determined to lose weight and finally be the size her peers considered acceptable. What she wasn’t expecting on her return was to find a broken Nash Lee who no longer smiled, rarely spoke, and didn’t care about anything or anyone around him. He was just existing. But the pain in his eyes she understood all too well. He was alone. He no longer fit into the perfect package.


This one was probably my least favorite.

I love realistic fiction and I know that this series is unrealistic but this book really took the cake.

I don’t really want to address everything that made me mad because then I would ramble on, but my least favorite part was the communication. I have learned that communication is the key to relationship, so the fact that there was basically none, kinda made me mad.

I was so excited to read this book because it was about Nash. Throughout the series, Nash and West have been my favorite. But apparently he changed. I don’t really see it because the main reason I like Nash is because of his humor and how much he cares. That still seemed to be there.

Abbi Glines says that she changes the characters but they really are still the same in a way. I’m okay with that though because I loves all of the characters in the first book.

Blogger’s Note:

I’m doing all three posts today.

My grandpa that I haven’t seen in five years was in town for a week so I really wanted to spend time with him. That’s why I didn’t post.

I haven’t been editing my posts because I’m too lazy.

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