Well hey guys. My name is Miranda and I run a blog over at mirandagabriella.blogspot.com.
Let me start out by saying that I am a huge nerd. Absolutely HUGE. I love to read books, especially YA fiction, and my nose is always in a book. I can be found clutching books to my chest after I've finished them, crying over fictional characters, drawing pictures of what I think they would look like, or at Barnes & Noble, using every last cent of my allowance to buy more books.My favorite book is The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. It's a beautiful tale of star-crossed lovers that will leave you lying on your bedroom floor in a fetal position crying every tear you have ever cried in your lifetime. If you're a sucker for romance and quotes that you want to paint on every wall you see, then this book is for you.My last read was Divergent by Veronica Roth. It's the first in an unfinished trilogy (the second book is called Insurgent, and the third one, currently unnamed, comes out this September) that fits the same genre as the Hunger Games. It takes place in a dystopian Chicago where society is divided by human traits. If you loved the Hunger Games and you love action, sci-fi, and romance, then this is a good read for you.I also love to write, and I'm currently working on a novel while brainstorming for two more and cultivating ideas for more to come. Writing is my escape from the day and its usual stress. I daydream about characters I'm creating and scribble down notes whenever I get any ideas and fill my phone notes with ideas as well. I'm always creating and writing stories in my head. Writing is a beautiful thing. Whether you’re a good at writing or not so good at writing, I find that a lot of people, including myself, find a way to de-stress by writing it out. Sometimes you don’t have anyone to talk to, so you have to go to Plan B; and Plan B is writing it down, word for word, tearing at the paper and snapping the pencil in half and scribbling words and words and words until all the tears are out and nothing is held up inside of you anymore.