I have been home for a few days now, and yet the boxes of miscellaneous papers, folders, and random clothing I’ve acquired are still sprinkled around the house. It’s great to be home and with my family and dogs and … Continue reading My First Year of College: Part II
I know, I know, I just got done talking about how much I love aimlessly wandering through libraries and accidentally knocking over books, but I can’t stop thinking about them. Books to a writer is like a triple-layer chocolate cream cake to a sugar addict. Writers are essentially just book addicts. Believe it or not, I only recently sat down to create a “Goodreads” account (I didn’t even realize my own book was in their collection), and have become infatuated all over again with reading as much as humanly possible. If you are a fellow reader, you can follow me … Continue reading My Ultimate Bookshelf
I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to spend my Saturday in the library, so I thought I’d make a video to represent my blog from last week, “Library Love”. Be sure to follow this blog on YouTube for video updates (and outtakes) to brighten your day. Always, Madeleine Rheinheimer Continue reading Library Love // YouTube
Preface: This is a short essay I wrote for a class recently. The prompt was titled, “Why Write?” What follows is my response. When I was six years old, I went on a vacation to the beach with my family. … Continue reading Why Write?
I couldn’t resist showing you those so-called puppy dog eyes. Enjoy. Always, Madeleine Rheinheimer Continue reading Furry Therapy // Link to YouTube
Today is officially a holiday, but I planned the series this way. Writers don’t take days off, unless we suffer from a deadly case of a creative block. I would honestly rather get the flu than writer’s block. And to tie everything together, on this 12th day of gratitude, I am going to express my love for writing (as if you didn’t already know). Summary of my writing life: Fourth grade: We would write as a class nearly everyday for an hour. I first discovered what a true passion felt like when I would experience a deep sadness every time … Continue reading Writing: 12 DOG