Welcome to my Blog!

Ever felt you were meant to do something different? I have that feeling all the time like I should be doing something different, exploring different places, going on adventures but I never knew where to start. And this feeling kinda always happens during the summer. So I’m tired of not doing anything about it; my new venture is blogging! I love writing and I think this is the perfect opportunity for me to use these writing skills of mine! The blog, The Dreamers Blues is a unique place for me and my readers to explore their individuality through creativity.

This blog is about everything. Writing, fashion, movies, TV, photography, DIY and lifestyle subjects. Writing because I love it and it’s my passion. I’ll post poetry I write or samples or even pieces of short fiction, and I encourage that you all submit too!

I’ll also have pots on fashion. I’ll have OOTD’s and little descriptions of them. I’ll post my weekly inspiration or clothing that I love.

Movies and TV is essential in my life and I love talking about the latest obsession when it comes to that magical black box! So expect posts on that too.

I love embarking on projects and though I;m not the greatest in DIY-ness I do enjoy trying my hand at new things.

Finally, I will also post persona blogs. They may be of new restaurants I’m trying, places U visited or about deeper issues.

I want to try and make this blog about all the things in our lives and for everyone. I’m just a girl trying to chase aspiration sand dreams even if I don’;t know exactly what they are. Ans also about the bumpy roads ahead. I hope you all enjoy!


Kids Choice!

No cameras are allow inside, as always for us, so I wasn’t able to get any pictures of the inside. Once the show ended my friends and I scurried on out to our car, retrieved our cameras and ran back to the entrance and across the street so we could catch some of the actors coming out. It was a great night, too lazy to for details right now. Here are a couple pictures!




Book Review: Sacrificial Magic (Downside Ghosts #4), Stacia Kane



I finished reading Sacrificial Magic this morning after days and days, of excitement. Again, I won’t reveal any spoilers. In this book, Chess Putnam is still working with the Church, and in fact it opens up while she is at a job. I really liked that right off the bat many things happen, it started off debunking, and of course, we get to see Terrible too. 

Chess’s relationship with Terrbile is further explored in this fourth book, much more depth to the strands that bind them. There is also a very heartbreaking scene caused a bit by Chess’s drug addiction, we see her very vulnerable and small, which also sheds a brighter light into her drug use. We can very much see how that is affecting her life with Terrible, and though I want her to suceed, Chess has to learn fom her mistakes. Her realtionship with Terrbile develops both emotionally, and ahem, sexually. But Chess is fearful of what they have, she’s afraid to be loved, because as we all know her life has been one of a girl abused and used, it only makes sense for her to see herself worthless of love. And these are the things that hinder their realtionship. 

Of course Lex appears in this book as well. He does cause some trouble between Terible and Chess among Chess’s drug abuse, and self loathing. He makes me smile, everytime he pops in, it’s just his carelessness, but we know there is something else under that facade of cool.

There are some new characters in this book that we might see in the next book, and I’m very exicted about but I won’t say who, it will give away part of the twists. Speaking of twists, there is a twist, one that I welcome with open arms because it will cause trouble in the next book. It’s at the very end and things are changing so I just can’t wait for it to come to play in the next book.

I realy loved this book! We can see what goes on in the mind of Chess which is very thrilling and enligtening at the same time. It was fast paced, emotional, and exciting. I give this book four and a half stars! Some good news is that in June the next one will come out, not to far away! 

Book Review: The Kingdom (Graveyard Queen #2), Amanda Stevens

Last night, or this morning as I should say, I finished reading the second book in The Graveyard Queen Series by Amanda Stevens. I don’t want to give in an details away because I’m afraid of giving away spoilers, though I desperately want to tell you what I thought about everything, but I’ll restrain myself and be vague.

I really loved the first book in the series because as I read it in the stillness of the night, I was spooked. Every little noise I heard, made me jump, made me sweat because that book was just so eerily creepy. So when I bought the second book I’d expected it to be lesser in comparison as is many sequels, but this book did not disappoint. I admit, this was a tad less scarier than the first, but nonetheless still very creepy. I really enjoyed the mystery aspect of it. It was easier to figure out ‘who done it’, but I was still asking myself throughout who was a participant of the whole scheme.

The city itself in which the story took place, was part of the whole mystery, it was scary and I could imagine how perfectly isolated it was. The characters were brightly dark, and there was one character in particular that I loved. Thane Asher, the charming, a bit of the trust fund kid but not thoroughly so, was so lovable in my eyes. I think I liked him more than Devlin, and I love Devlin.

Many questions were answered in this installment, and some things start to make sense with Amelia and her papa. I liked how the relationship grew between them, since in the last book they were distant.

Overall, I absolutely loved this book! There was mystery, there was a bit of romance, and it creeped the hell out of me which is something that I love in a book. Everyone should buy this book, it may even work as a stand alone book, but honestly read the first one before. So yes out of five stars I give it a four and a half!