#100DaysProject Challenge

Hey everyone. I hope you are all having a great and easy day ❤

Here in Israel, the government started to open almost all the shops and letting people out which is nice but I’m also afraid that this will make things only harder health-wise and the Covid-19, but I guess I will have to see and hope for the best.

In my previous post, where I shared a bit from what’s going on in my life right now, I’ve also mentioned that I am starting the 100 days project challenge at the start of May and I’ve already dropped the ball on that, hehe, but not by a lot. I am doing most of the things but the working out part (other than yoga), I tend to miss so I’ve scheduled the workout by days of the week, and this way I won’t be overwhelmed and just do one or two things.

The idea is simple: Choose a project or a goal, and do it every day for 100 days. The second rule I will follow is by Matt D’avella and that is you can miss 1 day but not 2. Third rule (of mine) is to pick one day of the week – for rest 😉

So, the first step is to choose a project or a goal… I have lots of goals for this year but I would love to achieve 3 in this challenge. I know you only should choose 1 goal/project but hey, I like to complicate my life, lol.

I chose these 3 goals because they will impact my life highly and I know that even though it will hard and life is already hard, and even if I won’t achieve any of them, I will still make progress and for me, that’s great as well.

So here are my 3 projects/goals I will work on every day for the next 100 days (I started on the May 1st:

Finish editing my book.

I am trying to edit this book for over a year and I always let life, house chores, and everything else get in the way. This time it is different! This time with this challenge I will do it every day even if I will edit only 1 word or 1 paragraph that day. At least I am touching my book and trying to work on it every day.

I tend to let life throw me where ever and then I fall far from my own goals and I don’t like that. I needed to realize that life will sadly always be complicated, hectic, and stressful, so I needed to learn how to work with it and not fight to go through it. I hope you understand what I’ve meant (it’s hard to explain, hehe).

The second goal is…

Practice yoga/Workout.

Part of my workout goals and losing weight I wanted to get back to my yoga practice, so I set that as my goal for this challenge as well.

I always love the calm and stillness that yoga seems to bring into my life, I always feel like I can do and be anything after a good yoga flow, how weird is that? lol.

I also want to workout every day, and as I said at the start of this post, I started scheduling each day with 1 or 2 (short) workouts sessions. This way I am not burning out completely and I will still have the motivation to do it.

Road to minimalism. (and clean house)

Here I am cheating a bit as I put to things in one, but for me, they are so well connected that I always put them together 😀

This will be the hardest of them all to achieve, not the clean house part but my journey to minimalism. You see my husband is a bit of a “hoarder”, not a real hoarder but he likes things, and stuff and more things and it makes my life more difficult as we are both very stubborn and I have a hard time convincing him to put away some of the nicknacks we have all around the house, that not only makes cleaning harder but also feels to me very cluttered when I look around the house.

Don’t get me wrong we both like stuff, deferent stuff, lol, but I am trying hard to declutter my clothes, items, nicknacks, and even books. Books are very hard and I already gave many books away and I do love huge library of books but at the end of the day, I am not getting younger and healthier and it will get harder for me to clean everything and take care of all the books, I need to think of the future as well and my future is a more minimal one.

Sometimes, it’s hard to admit to oneself that we are not getting younger and after a lot of reflection on my life situation and everything that is going on in my life, I need to live in a place that is not crowded with stuff. So this goal had become more and more important to me as time goes by.

I read an article not long ago, and it was about overcoming negative thoughts and what I mostly took from that article is that I can fixate too much on my problems and that only create more problems, hehe.

“Negative thoughts often revolve around what’s wrong with your life. Your attention becomes fixated on and exaggerates the so-called negative aspects of your life. Here your mind will often downplay what is going well.” By Melli O’Brien

I don’t know why but this part of what she wrote in the article spoke most to me, and I think that is why I really want to finish my minimalism goal/project.

So I am trying to work on this a lot and see what is in front of me and not too much weight on my issues so they won’t become monsters in my mind. That is why I also picked up meditation again and easy yoga flows to help me remove most of the negative thought and anxiety, especially at these hard times.

So these are my goals/projects I am trying to work on through these 100 days. It may be hard but at least I want to try to see them through and maybe even achieve some of these goals 😀

I will see you all next time, be happy, and stay safe,

As always, thank you so much for reading ❤

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A Quick Update

Hey everyone, I’m back 😉

Hope you are all okay and keeping safe ❤

In today’s post, I wanted to talk about life, update you all on what’s going on in my life, talk about the coronavirus (or COVID-19 as they call it), and just stepping back into blogging again, I’ve missed it and you a lot!

I am taking a longer break with my podcast though, as I can’t record these days, there’s too much noise from everywhere. Due to the COVID-19, my husband is working from home, my nephew and niece is home, and all the other kids and parents in our neighborhood, so there too much noise almost at all times of the day. I tried recording episode 11 about 8 times and the editing was brutal, I couldn’t edit all the screaming, laughing and noise that entered my recording, lol. So I thought it was best for my own mental health, lol, to just take a hopefully just a short break.

Meanwhile, my mom finished her 5th treatment out of 12, and she is not doing well. She is not eating nor drinking as much but she keeps fighting. Her energy levels are low and she is feeling weak at the moment. She is so strong with all this situation and she is not giving up on this fight at all. The great news is that they are letting me visit for a short time in her nursing home, so I can visit my mom in person and not just through a video call.

My mom is a great inspiration for how to tackle life’s obstacles, I am so proud of her. I know that if she will keep on fighting, she will win this fight again. There’s nothing like life to throw some obstacles onto us, lol, am I right? I still need to keep my distance and I can’t wait to hug her, but for now, it is such a great improvement for us both ❤

I can’t wait for normal life to come back, or at least some sort of new normal 😉

Recently, I picked up meditation again, I’m enjoying the stillness and the calm. I saw that I’m getting too anxious and nitpicky all the time and pretty much felt annoyed by everything and everyone, and that is definitely not good, not for me and not for others around me.

I also started working out more, even though it is hard for me to keep at it. I really don’t like working out especially these days, hehe. But I have to move somehow. This is funny… but my husband and I always thought that he will get annoyed with staying at home all the time, but to our surprise and shock, I am the one that started to get really annoyed by staying in all the time. So I try to move, workout, visit my mom, or even do the things I used to really hate doing, like shopping, lol.

I also picked up yoga again and even bought a new yoga mat and a few rubber bands to help me stretch better. I want to try and practice yoga every day, which brings me to my next update. I will do a separate post on this that explains fully what I’m doing, but for now… From today, I am starting the #100daysproject challenge and doing yoga every day is a part of that 🙂

I also picked up my hobby of junk journaling again and it makes me so happy and so relaxed. I missed journaling and practice some art. It quickly calms me down, even when I guess overwhelmed and stressed. I even made a new journal from 2 long envelopes and it holds so well, I love it 😀

As a final note I want to blog more so you will see more of me, hehe 😉

Before I’ll go I wanted to say thank you for all your kind words and your beautiful Dm’s on my Instagram, and for sticking around. I love you all.

Until next time, be happy, stay at home, and stay safe,

As always, thank you so much for reading ❤

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Book Review: A Noble Path by I. L. Crus (Book 2)

Hi everyone, I hope you’re all having a wonderful week, and that you are staying safe with this Virus. Today, I’m excited to be part of a blog tour for A Noble’s Path, a wonderful Fantasy novel by I. L. Cruz.

Author: I. L. Crus
Series: The enchanted Isles
Pages: 216
Genre: Fantasy
Publication Date: January 31st, 2020
Publisher: Bosky Flame Press

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Blurb

Divided loyalties test Inez Garza.

The infamous incident at the Academy of Natural Studies has forced her to work for the King’s Men while continuing to serve the hidden market.

Supporting Birthright furthers the cause of Magical Return, but the cost may be the fall of the royal house and losing Zavier forever.

And the strongest pull of all is her growing and erratic magic, which demands everything and offers only destruction in return.

Inez must decide where her loyalties lie—saving Canto or saving herself.

Review
5 Stars

Wow, just wow!

What a difference, this book was such a wonderful surprise to read. There were still some bits here and there, but none of that made the story nor the characters feel less fun or real to me.

I love Fantasy books since I was a child, so reading the second book just after finishing the first was a great comparison and I just loved the second book.

Here we continue with Inez’s adventures and I loved the obstacles kept piling up on Inez as she tried to achieve her goals. I think that is the main reason I connected more with the second book. It’s just like life, the are many obstacles in our way and more so than not, we can’t reach our dreams and goals very easily.

I also loved that the main character did learn things she needed to learn through those problems and obstacles, that made her more relatable even if it’s in a Fantasy world.

Inez is a mage, who tries to learn how to use and hide her magic better while being assigned to community service for a past recklessness. Inez is such a great character, from the start and from the first few chapters, I just wanted to know more about her. I loved that the author showed us (the readers) the fears Inez had to overcome.

Zavier, and Inez’s love interest. is a very smooth, loyal and smart prince but not a dush, Zavier is always there for Inez with support and kindness.

The other characters, not just the main character grew and developed throughout the story and it made me feel more connected to them. Especially compared to the first book, in this book the author did learn from the first one and the characters are very well developed and so is the world. The adventures and obstacles are just like in our lives, we need to overcome so we can grow and achieve what we want.

Overall this book was amazing to read and I can’t wait for the next one. I want to know more, see more and go through more adventures.
I do recommend this series to everyone who likes Fantasy with great and real characters. I am sure you’re going to love it.

You can find the book over at:

Goodreads / Amazon

 

As always, thank you so much for reading ❤

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*** I received the first book and the second book from the author for the blog tour reviews, for an honest review 🙂

Guest Post: How to Stay Sane While Writing By I.L. Cruz

Writing is a funny profession. I spend most of my time with different voices in my head or trying to understand intangibles like motivation, arcs, and dimensions. I don’t always understand it and the only rule that is absolute is “don’t be boring”. Those are the bullet points everyone talks about and I was prepared for.

What I wasn’t prepared for was how lonely writing can be. I spend a lot of time in my head, on a page or at a screen. When I have a real breakthrough after tackling a particularly sticky plot point, it’s a quiet victory. When I discover, to my horror, that the character I thought was integral to my story isn’t and have to slash pages and pages of hard work, it’s a solitary bereavement. And the day to day work of writing a chapter or editing a section can’t be shared with an officemate when your office is your home. The dog is silently non-committal.

It was only when I truly embraced the writing community in the blogosphere and on Twitter that I felt a little of that isolation was lifted. I have family and friends, but this was my tribe. And it never would have happened unless I got a piece of advice I hated.

Early on in my writing career, I was told by an agent I hoped would represent me that I needed an online presence. I loathed the idea of creating a Facebook profile, participating in Twitter or writing a blog. I’m a strange contradiction—a private extrovert. What could I put out there that wasn’t personal? How else did people gain followers if they weren’t willing to share everything from their breakfast order to the antics of a pet? I needed something I could write about those people—readers—would enjoy and I did, too.

Fairy tales were the natural extension of my writing, which was based on Mother Goose characters. I wanted to write about the relevancy (or lack thereof) of fairy tales in our modern lives. At first, it was a chore, but it came with an unexpected gain. I found readers and other writers. Explaining how I found the perfect twist to a plot in order to move my story along to family and friends who smiled and nodded but didn’t understand, I could share with other writers in similar situations.

If I had any advice to give new writers it’s to always write the story you’d like to see before you start editing and worrying about other people. But if I could give them a second piece of advice it would be to reach out to the writing community and share this weird and wonderful profession with people who get it.

I.L.Crus Bio

Author I.L. Cruz, Guest Post, Coffee n' Notes

I.L. Cruz decided to make writing her full-time career during the economic downturn in 2008.

Since then she’s used her BA in International Relations to sow political intrigue in her fantasy worlds and her MA in history to strive for the perfect prologue. When she’s not engaged in this mad profession she indulges her wanderlust as often as possible, watches too much sci-fi and reads until her eyes cross. She lives in Maryland with her husband, daughter and a sun-seeking supermutt named Dipper.

You can find her:

On Twitter @ILCruzWrites

On Goodreads I. L. Cruz

Her blog, Fairytale Feminista at https://fairytalefeminista.wordpress.com

Her website www.booksbyilcruz.com

And you can find her latest book on Amazon 

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A Little Update

Hey everyone, I hope you are all having a great day ❤

Due to recent events and my mom’s cancer is back and she will need to undergo treatments again. I will take a break from the blog for a few weeks that will start after the 18th this month.

I don’t know for how long and I do hope not too long, but I need to be with her as much as I can and I won’t be able to complete all the things I want and need.

I will continue to read your posts and from time to time I will update you on what’s going on and everything else and if you want a more frequent update you can follow me on my Instagram where I post more in the story of my daily life. I don’t know about the podcast yet but I hope I will be able to continue with it as usual or maybe I will upload every two weeks (don’t know yet).

So to sum up a bit, I will take my break from posting here from the 18th until at least 2-3 weeks (for now).

Thank you so much for your love and support ❤

As always, thank you so much for reading ❤

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How to Write Memorable and Believable Characters

Hey everyone, I hope you are having a great day ❤

I wanted to share with you my latest episode on how to write amazing and unforgettable characters, and I also share what resources I use and how I create a character that will be remembered.

 

 

For me when creating a character I think of all the things that make great characters or characters that are still remembered even if one hasn’t seen them in a movie or read about them.

So keep listening and I hope these character profiles will help you as well, as much as it helps me.

Creating a character, Coffee n' Notes, Writer's life club podcast

Also, you can use this amazing character sheet for creating new characters, after you listen to this episode and learn how to use it 🙂

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Book Review: Strayborn (Draev Guardians #1) by E.E. Rawls

Author: E. E. Rawls / Elizabeth Rawls
Pages: 349 Pages
Genre: Christian, Fantasy, YA
Publication Date: October 14th, 2019
Publisher: Storyteller Wings Press

Strayborn, Coffee n' Notes, Book Review, E. E. Rawls,

Blurb

Elemental Manipulation is tricky. Only those with the power can train to become a Draev Guardian.

Cyrus Sole hates life. She’s half-human, with weak wrists, and not a day goes by when someone doesn’t say something mean about it. But when the forbidden power to manipulate metal awakens inside her, everything changes as the Argos Corps is sent to hunt her down…

Aken is a Scourgeblood, the last in a line of monsters. But all he really wants is to gain wings and be free, especially when a new power awakens, changing the course of his life…

The Draev Guardian Academy is their only sanctuary. But training to become a Draev won’t be easy. Cyrus has to hide her human side, as she gets placed in Floor Harlow with the outcast students, and nightmares of her deceased mother keep returning.

With creepy Corpsed on the prowl and whispers of Cyrus possibly being a reborn Hero, both she and Aken find themselves caught up in a web of secrets, racial tension, and an old legend with enemies that could spell their untimely demise…

Review
5 Stars

Okay, this review was such an easy thing to do, this book was a great story and a wonderful adventure to follow. I think this story is for a younger audience but I still enjoyed it a lot and didn’t diminish my enjoyment one bit, hehe 😀

The cover

Before I will start with the review I have to say a word or two about the cover.

It’s GORGEOUS! Okay, now for the review 😉

The characters

Cyrus Sole: This is by far my favorite character ❤

I wanted to know more about her, about her family, her inner struggles and thoughts, I just craved for more and more. At first, it was too Disney, but it quickly became darker and better. Everything about her felt better and the author did a wonderful job with her.

All the other characters were written masterfully as well, and I enjoyed there interaction and adventures. I enjoyed every chapter to get to know them all and follow them wherever they might go, no matter what they do (good or bad) I still wanted to follow them more and most of all I wanted to get to know them even more.

The relationship between Cyrus and Aken is written so beautifully and I was just enjoying seeing them both in the story and following all their hardships and adventures.

Nephryte: This character seemed as though the author worked the most on, He is so well written and I loved! following him. I want to know more, I want to know everything about this character. I can’t say much here but trust me when I say that this character is amazing.

The world-building

This story takes place in an alternate earth-like place, called Eartha.

Cyrus starting to notice that something is very wrong with the Draev Academy and through her eyes and actions we can see and find out many details about the Academy and it reminded me of the Vampire Academy a bit and even Harry Potter.

I am so glad that the author put more history in the book, it was so interesting to know more of the place, the races, I wanted to know more, I can’t wait for the second book to come out, I want to learn so much more. It feels like there’s so much more to know and see and so much land to discover in Eartha and I know that as soon as you will read this book, you will want to know more as well.

I am not a religious person, I do believe in a higher power of the universe and the elements around us and the author did quote the bible in this book several times, I may not be a religious person but I do know the bible a bit and it didn’t feel annoying to see all the quotes, because it meant a lot to the characters and it was written in a very nice and organic way.

Elemental Power Manipulation

Which is the magic system in tI love love LOVE the use of the elements and the elemental power, the author did a wonderful job here explaining how it works. She took the basic elements and made it into something more dynamic, fluid, where each of the Vempars has a very specific way they do magic and how they focus their powers, amazing!

The ending

The ending took me by surprise a bit and some details in the book just made it even stronger. I loved the little extra details she wrote and it is clear that the story is not near to it’s ending and there’s so much more to tell and I truly can’t wait to see where the story will continue.

Overall

If you love Fantasy, this book is for you and for the author herself I want to say…

Please write faster… I want more, lol, I need at least 4-7 books about these characters and about this world, the Academy and everything, lol.

Strayborn, Coffee n' Notes

Book Purchase Links:

AMAZON | KINDLE |BARNES & NOBLE| GOODREADS

FREE prequel storyhttps://mailchi.mp/22a2f2dce8c0/eerawls

Author Bio:

E.E. Rawls is the product of a traveling family, who even lived in Italy for 6 years. She loves exploring the unknown, whether it be in a forest, inside a forgotten castle, or within the pages of a book.

She runs on coffee, cuddly cats and the beauty of nature to keep the story wheels of her mind running, as she writes tales that will both entertain and inspire others, giving them worlds they can explore and become lost within.

You can find the author on:

WEBSITE: https://eerawls.com/

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/eerawls_author/

You can find the book over at:

Goodreads / Amazon

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Understand The Challenges

Understand the challenges you might face as you write your goals, objectives or even your daily to do’s.

The year is already rushing by fast. This month is full of action, some good some bad but overall, a lot of things are happening this month.

I am working hard on breaking bad habits and start new ones. Making my novel ready for publication and another project I’m working on hard. With each goal, new habit or old habit, I set a category of the challenges I might face while trying to achieve that goal or master that habit.

If you want to keep up with your goals and hit those milestones you set for yourself, you would more likely to succeed if you take in the challenges you might face while going after your goals.

Here is a small example from my own life:

2020 Goals, Notion App, Productivity, Coffee n' Notes

(This picture is taken from my workspace in notion – Click on the picture for bigger view)

As you see in the picture when I set a goal I write the challenges I will most likely face, while trying to achieve this goal or what I think can make me give up on this goal.

It may seem trivial, but I’ve learned that knowing the challenges we might face, makes it easier when we do encounter a challenge, and it also makes us more willing to be flexible and change our planes when needed.

Next to that, I have my why… Why do I want to achieve that goal?

If we don’t know why it is more likely you will forget about that goal or resolution and give up entirely. I write why I set a certain goal, to remind myself of my intentions.

After that, it is important to think of the outcome. How would you feel once you achieved a goal you’ve set for yourself. Try to see yourself achieving it, how are you feeling and how will it affect your life?

I know it sounds weird but it helps, especially when your life becomes a bit (or a lot) complicated.

I now even write my challenges in my daily tasks and to-dos, my weekly, monthly, and quarterly goals. If I know the challenges I will face (even if it’s just – “I hate doing this, or I will feel too tired or lazy to do those tasks). So far, it changed how I go after my daily goals and my todos in a major way that even if I truly encountered a challenge I am more flexible with it and I don’t get stuck in blaming myself or feeling guilty or any negative thoughts.

Try to think of 3-4 problems that might happen and stop you from getting your objectives and achieving your big goals.

*** Let’s say, you want to publish a book this year (big goal)

You will need to…

  1. Finish writing your book (objective #1)
  2. Finish editing your book (objective #2)
  3. Finish beta readers (objective #3)
  4. And many more… (objective #4-20)

But now, with each objective write the challenges you might or can face while trying to achieve these objectives and your bigger goal.

The challenges can be…

  1. Laziness
  2. Family commitments
  3. Sudden illnesses of my family members or myself
  4. Not managing my time right
  5. Too much social media, or youtube
  6. Too many obligations
  7. Too many goals to work towards.
  8. Lack of motivation.

All these challenges are things you need to consider while I try to reach your objective and your bigger goal.

To some, this may seem obvious, and that’s amazing but for me, it’s something I have just learned this year. And since I’ve started writing my objectives (which are like milestones) for a goal and the challenges I might face while trying to achieve them, things have gotten much easier and I have learned to be better at being flexible if something does happen.

This works with every goal if you want to write a book, post 3 times a week on your blog, start a youtube channel or even working on your mental/physical health.

Any goal you’ve set for yourself, you can achieve it if you set smart goals, break your goals to achievable and measurable objectives by knowing the challenges you might face in the near or far future and stay flexible if things do go wrong and you can’t work on your goals for a while.

By knowing the Challenges we might face and setting Smart Goals we can achieve all our objectives and bigger goals.

How do you set Smart Goals and keep up with them?

 

Goals and Challenges, Smart Goals, Coffee n' Notes

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Book Review: All the King’s Traitors (Highwings, #1)

Author: Keylin Rivers
Pages: 358 pages
Genre: YA Fantasy, Dystopian
Publication Date: August 31st, 2019
Publisher: Astre Encre

All the King's Traitors, Book Review, Coffee n' Notes, Keylin Rivers

Blurb

Over a thousand years have passed since the first Godstones ripped through the skies and mangled the earth. With their fall came centuries of chaos and destruction, but also immense power.

Power that separates humans from Gods.

Now, in the Kingdom of Azanthea, two adoptive brothers flee from unjust conscription.

A fugitive struggles to truly be free.

A double-crossing warrior must choose where his allegiances lie: with his wife or with his daughter.

A traitorous heir to the Kingdom’s throne roams the lands in search of an army to call his own.

A prodigy in the House of Historian competes in a grueling trial to prove her loyalty.

And one God-King rules over them all.

Review
5 Stars

I was given an ebook form of this book for an honest review.
This is a spoiler-free review and trust me, when I say that I had to re-write this review a few times, lol. I always let some important details out.

I love fantasy a lot, most of my reading genre is Fantasy. I am not much into the romance that is in so many fantasy novels, I’m more into the adventure and the magic, but I don’t mind the romance 😀

First of all, let me start by saying that this book was such a great read.
You have multiple POV which I normally don’t like much but it is so well done here, everything goes smoothly as the changing in the povs happening and the author was able to keep me in suspense, the entire time. I loved it.

The characters

The characters truly made this story better, they are so relatable and fun to follow. And even the evil antagonist is OMG, wow… I love the bad guys/gals in a book and a movie, hehe. Through the relationship between the antagonist and the protagonist, you can truly see and understand the war so much better.

I enjoyed Vallich and Kari as characters and I wanted more of Vallich.

The romance was not my favorite thing in this book, but it didn’t bother me to put less rating. I loved everything else in the book so much that I kept it as 5 Stars ❤

My favorite characters are Vallich and Aurellia and not just because of Aurellia is my mom’s name, hehe. I felt more connected and every time they appeared in the story I dove deeper, eager to know more, see more. But Vallich is so well written, I mean you always on the age of the sit when Vallich appears in the story. The author did an amazing job here, wow.

The world-building

The world-building and the magic system are also so well developed and masterfully written, I felt like I’m in a new (but somehow familiar) dystopian world full of magic.

You get sucked into the story fast and when it ends you look at the book in despair “What…? I want more… Give me more… Write more… Write faster, lol”

But seriously I am so happy to have another great series to follow.
The author gives are some clues about the lives of the people across Azanthea and even the smallest details you read gives you so much information and you learn a lot about the history of this new world. I want more of that.

The Godstones were amazing to learn about, even though I wanted more information about all the abilities you get from them. Can’t say more without spoiling this for you, sorry).

Everything in this book was fascinating to learn about and I kept wanting more. I want to know everything about the powers and about this dystopian but fantasy world. I want to meet more people and see more of the land. I guess I just want more books, lol.

The ending had lots of omg moments, lol, because everything kept getting messed up and go sideways and then the book ended. The book ended on a cliffhanger – NOOO! I love it 😀

Overall, if you like magic, plot-twists, betrail, adventures, and amazing but diverse characters, this book is most definitely is for you!

You can find the book over at:

Goodreads / Amazon

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Writer’s Life Club Podcast Episode 4: Finding Your Life Purpose Printable

Hey everyone just wanted to share some links with you to where you can find my podcast, hope you’ll enjoy listening to this episode of Finding Your Life’s Purpose and I add the printable I have promised with the questions I listed in this episode. But please note that if you want to put some actionable steps to your mission statement, please listen to the episode before or while you are working with this printable 🙂

Find your life's purpose, coffee n' notes, Writer's Life Club Podcast

(Right-click to save it and then print it to use it)

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You can find my podcast on Spotify as well ❤

You can find it on Itunes podcasts.

And on any other platforms, you listen on your fav podcasts.

As always, thank you so much for reading ❤

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