Kurios

Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities
Cirque du Soleil

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ATLANTA, GA – April 30, 2016

For the first time in my whole life I got to finally see a Cirque du Soleil show. My brother bought us tickets as a gift for my 22nd birthday and he couldn’t have chosen a better gift. I’ve been highly anticipating this show since my birthday in March! I’m actually amazed he thought of it really. I mean, I love Cirque du Soleil but I’m also a Theatre major and so my brother and I operate on slightly different planes (he’s not into musicals, theatre, overly arty stuff, etc.). Actually he did admit to me that he had no idea what to expect because Cirque du Soleil just isn’t his scene. But he bought us tickets and took me to see them anyway.

I’m really glad I got to go with my brother, and him knowing nothing about it made it even better. It was mind-blowingly fantastic for me, but for my brother, well, his world was shattered, in a good way.  Continue reading

The Star-Touched Queen Book Launch Party!

The Star-Touched Queen Book Launch Party!!

April 28, 2016 at Little Shop of Stories (Decatur, GA)

The Star-Touched Queen

“Fate and fortune. Power and passion. What does it take to be the queen of a kingdom when you’re only seventeen?
Maya is cursed. With a horoscope that promises a marriage of Death and Destruction…

A lush and vivid story that is steeped in Indian folklore and mythology. The Star-Touched Queen is a novel that no reader will soon forget.” -via Goodreads  Continue reading

Fierce Reads Fall 2015 Book Tour

Stop #4: Little Shop of Stories in Decatur, GA

This Fierce Reads tour featured an amazing group of YA authors: Leigh Bardugo, Josephine Angelini, Leila Sales, and Emma Mills! (read more about them and their new books below! Plus I added a bonus Q&A!)

These ladies are not only fierce but they’re incredibly funny and genuine people. I had an amazing time last night listening to them share about their new books, their experiences, and lots of other fun tidbits. I particularly enjoyed the last question of the night as I felt that each author really had something valuable to share.  Continue reading