Vicious Depths by Madeline Stanford is a wonderful YA dystopian fantasy novel. The ideas of heaven, hell, and purgatory are uniquely turned on their heads in the world Stanford created. Everyone is given a red test score when they die, doled out by the rulers of the Azure. These rulers are called the Senatus, and they … Continue reading Review of “Vicious Depths” by Madeline Stanford
“Frat Girl” by Kiley Roache is a chick-lit book about a rebel. Cassie Miller is a girl who has aspirations to go off to her dream college in California. In order to do that, she needs to get a scholarship. The one she’s applied for needs her to propose a research project that relates to … Continue reading A Book to Read for Sarcasm Month: “Frat Girl” by Kiley Roache
This is an article by my friend Cait Marie, founder of Functionally Fictional and a great friend. It is about her struggles with executive function. If you want to read more, click here. Executive Function by Cait Marie I have always believed that there was something wrong with me. I didn't know what it was … Continue reading Executive Function by Cait Marie
This is my second review this month on Functionally Fictional. You can find the full review here. I hope you enjoy! Review of “The Vampire Diaries: The Awakening” by L.J. Smith This book has dark themes but is intriguing and a great story. It is a short read, and ends with a cliffhanger (as most … Continue reading Review of “The Vampire Diaries: The Awakening” by L.J. Smith
This is my latest review on Functionally Fiction. As always, you can read the full article here. Review of "Fallen Too Far" by Abbi Glines This book is a spicy romance that made me want to read a lot more of her work. I was introduced to Abbi’s work through her book Until Friday Night which I … Continue reading My Review of “Fallen Too Far” by Abbi Glines
Hey everyone! Here is my latest post on Functionally Fictional. I hope you enjoy it! via Hayley's Review of "The Path to Courage" by Debbie Burns
This is my latest review on Functionally Fictional!
By: Hayley Green
This book combines two of my favorite subjects: neuroscience and writing. Some of it can be hard to understand due to use of the proper terms for things, but overall it did a nice job of explaining things in a way that it could be understood and how it applies to writers.
It takes you through the whole process of writing throughout the book: the idea, planning, writing, and editing. It gives you proven ways to train your brain at each stage to be more productive and keep up brain health. It promotes finding what works for you and how your brain works.
The most lengthy stage of the book is the writing stage. It tells you how to craft a story in the beginning chapters, gain motivation or dedication to work through the middle, how to have the courage to end your…
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