About

Mia. College student. Follower of white rabbits. Human reincarnation of a sloth.

What to say, what to say. Believe it or not, I started writing before seriously reading. I liked reading growing up but not obsessively. It wasn't until I took writing more seriously that I realized, hey, maybe I should do the same with reading.

Other than those obvious two hobbies, I'm also a gamer. Basically married to my playstation and always wishing I were out taking down templars or on the Normandy downing shots instead. I'm currently going insane in school as a CompSci major so I can develop my own video games. Any other of my geeky interests can be found on my tumblr or my other blog, A Social Ghost.

My sister also once said that if I had a swear jar, she could buy Disneyland. She's only being slightly sarcastic, of course. You can't put on a price tag on the Happiest Place on Earth, even if I wouldn't mind owning it.

I'm also really bad at grammar and have terrible sentence structure. Yea, I know.

sin·ew [sin-yoo]--noun: often, sinews. the source of strength, power, or vigor.

The title of this blog derived from this quote from a book called Shatter Me, written by this insanely hilarious author Tahereh Mafi (you guys should probably follow her twitter and read her blog): 

"I spent my life folded between the pages of books.
In the absence of human relationships I formed bonds with paper characters. I lived love and loss through stories threaded in history; I experienced adolescence by association. My world is one interwoven web of words, stringing limb to limb, bone to sinew, thoughts and images all together. I am a being comprised of letters, a character created by sentences, a figment of imagination formed through fiction."

It's the quote that accurately describes every book lover out there.

Mostly just reviews when I actually put them. Don't ever expect regular updates because if I were to even try I will go insane.

You won't find memes or lists here. Just those reviews, some writing and stuff on writing, and the semi-occasional rave on some overly discussed or under discussed topic.