School Year Blog Posting!

Hello everyone! As you know, the new school year is just around the corner. For some it is already underway. That means that my blogging schedule will be changing quite a lot. I have a bit of an idea when I will and won’t be posting. This schedule is not 100% foolproof and may change once I see how well it works.

Monday: Mondays will be Creative Challenge Days. I am very behind on creative challenges so this will give me the opportunity to both catch up and give you guys a day full of writing. A story from both the past Tuesday and Friday will be posted starting August 31st or this coming Monday.


Tuesday: I’ve found that Top Ten Tuesday’s are really fun and entertaining. These will continue to happen every Tuesday. It’s going to be tough to get them up since I have no idea how busy my days will be. It’ll be quite a problem since unlike the Creative Challenges, I can’t go and write them up ahead of time. These weekly memes are sent to me via email. I promise to do the best I can to get them on ASAP.


Wednesday: As always, Wednesdays will be my What I’m Reading Wednesday’s. I’ll continue to share amazing books with you that I have been reading. I will put my 100% into making sure that these posts have as good quality as they have up until now.


Thursday: Thursday I honestly have no scheduled blog posts. Thursday’s are the days that homework is the most plentiful. If I have an idea that I can fit into my day, I’ll post. If nothing comes to mind or I don’t have enough time or a prewritten post, There’ll be no posts on Thursday.


Friday: Just like Thursday, Friday’s are one of the days where I may not post. Friday is the end of the school week and is normally when I like to relax and have a bit of fun before tackling the homework load. There mY be a short or pre- written post. If not then no blog post for Friday.


Saturday: Saturday will be my big planning day. Starting this coming Saturday, I will be pre writing and planning out the upcoming posts for the week. I will most likely catch up on Tags and Awards or a random Book Review on this day.


Sunday: Sunday’s are the days where I procrastinate to. I spend Saturday and Sunday doing my homework. I may post on this day since I normally have some breathing room. It all depends on my spur of ideas.


I know this isn’t that exciting of a post but I tried to spice it up with some fun pictures!

Let me know below what you think of the new schedule!

Thanks for Reading and Stay tuned for more 😀

~Makayla the Bookworm :]


What I’m Reading Wednesday’s!!

Wow,this past week went by so fast! It’s already time for What I’m Reading Wednesday’s! If you’re new to What I’m Reading Wednesday’s, you should check out this link: Information so you’re not super confused about what’s going on.


Today’s books I am reading right now.

The first book is called Keeping Safe the Stars by Shelia O’Connor.



Meet the Stars: Pride (Katherine), Nightingale (Elise), and Baby (Baxter). Three siblings that are independent and orphaned kids who were kept together by their loyalty to each other and the only care of their grandpa Old Finn. All is well until Old Finn falls ill and is taken to a hospital far from home. With Old Finn on the mend, it’s up to Pride, the oldest daughter, to fill his shoes and protect the family. With the fear of being taken away by the state and placed in another shelter; Pride decides to keep their family troubles  secrets and take care of her siblings herself. But keeping the Stars safe turns about to be a big job, and their plan to survive alone quickly unravels. While Pride does her best to keep the outside world at a safe distance away, including a rebellious adventure to reunite with Old Finn, she fears her days of keeping safe the Stars are drawing to an end, and with that their happy days as a family.

Book: Keeping Safe the Stars

Rating: 11/10 (It’s that amazing!) 6/5 stars

Amazon Rating: 4.7/5

Goodreads Rating: 3.8/5 (Not sure why it’s such a low rating)

Age Range: 10 and up

Grade Range: 5 and up

Author: Sheila O’Connor

Author Facts:

1. Sheila was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2. She was born at the same hospital as her dad. That hospital was also where she worked as a college job.

3. In 4th grade, she started to write seriously.

Second Book: Vet Volunteers #9: Fear of Falling



David is determined to learn to jump on horseback if it kills him. Sometimes he’s afraid it actually might, like when Comet, the horse is he practicing refuses to go over the crossbar and “balks.” Now that David’s father is back in town after not contacting them for at least a year,  he’s promising to teach David how to jump like a champion. David refuses to let him know how scared he is. There’s one thing that scares David more then falling off and horse, and that’s disappointing his father. Can he overcome his fear?

Book: Vet Volunteers: Fear of Falling

Rating: 10/10 or 5 stars

Amazon: 5/5

Goodreads: 4/5

Age Range: 8 and up

Grade Range: 3 and up

Author: Laurie Halse Anderson

Author Facts:

1. Her first nonfiction book was about Saudi Arabia for children.

2. She started out by writing haiku in second grade.

3. She is a mother of four.

That’s a wrap! Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more content.

Tomorrow I’ll finally release my blogging plan and schedule for the school year.

~Makayla the Bookworm 🙂