Hello, wonderful readers! It's been a while, but hey! I'm back. Today marks three years of blogging here on Oceane's Writing Rambles, and I couldn't be happier! I've written 105 blog posts, reached over 2,000 viewers, and accumulated 128 followers! Now, that might not seem like a lot, but for someone who has not posted… Continue reading My Writing | 3 Years of Blogging
Hello, wonderful readers! I know, I know, I post far more poetry than book-related things. Poetry just happens to be something I like to share often and also what's often easiest for a full-time college student. But anyway... today's poem, "I Don't Know How to Be Alone" stems from the idea that maybe loneliness is… Continue reading Poetry | I Don’t Know How to Be Alone
Hello, wonderful readers! I'm a bit late to getting this review up, but better late than never, right? The Forest of Hands and Teeth is a book I picked up at one of my favorite second-hand book stores in my area, as well as one of my many comfort spots in general. Needless to say,… Continue reading Review | The Forest of Hands and Teeth
Hello, wonderful readers! This past month I took an unexpected break from all things writing simply because I felt far too burnt out to actually put any effort into my projects. That being said, I do still plan to write. It has been my passion for my most life and it will continue to be… Continue reading Writing Update | What Happened to the Rose’s War Duology?
Hello, wonderful readers! Yesterday marked the end of my first semester in college, and boy, was it challenging! That's the biggest reason for my absence on this blog, and I thought now would be a good opportunity to talk about the challenges there are with trying to be an author as well as a full-time… Continue reading Rantish Ramblings | What It’s Like Being a Full-Time Student as Well as an Author
Hello, dear readers! I'm back with more poetry, if you couldn't tell. I really love this poem, as the thought of Icarus being in love with the sun I think shows a side of love and relationships that happen too often. Icarus represents someone in love with someone who they think will complete them. Ignoring… Continue reading Poetry | icarus fell in love with the sun
Hello, wonderful readers! After an incredibly long hiatus, I am back with an interview with the sweet, lovely, and talented Grace M. Morris! College has been an absolute whirlwind, and I just haven't found the time to write blog posts, but never fear, I plan to blog quite a bit in the next two months.… Continue reading Author Interview | Grace M. Morris
Hello, wonderful readers! I'm breaking my once-a-week posting schedule to bring you my NaNoWriMo project of 2020! Now, I went though a bunch of my WIPs (yes, there are a LOT) to find the one I was most passionate about to write. I ended up with two. So yes, I will be doing two projects… Continue reading Writing | NaNoWriMo 2020
Hello, lovely readers! I've decided to share more of my poetry on here because, why not? Most of my work is freeform, though I also love a good rhyming measure. You'll probably see a mix of both. Fair warning, though: I don't like to write about the light, happy parts of life. That isn't where… Continue reading Poetry | what is my name?
Hello, wonderful readers! It's been a hot minute since I shared a post, but I'm excited to say that I have finally finished reading the ever-amazing Brooke Riley's debut novel, How We Rise. I won't give too much away, but guys, it's GOOD! How We Rise is an edgy, YA read set in dystopian America… Continue reading Review | How We Rise by Brooke Riley