About Me

A Little More About Grace…



Nineteen//sophomore at a tiny Christian college

Raised in the D.C. area//Christian family//three younger sisters…plus a dog and a parrot

English and dance major//aspiring novelist//bibliophile

Reformed Presbyterian//ISFJ, for those who care

Things I love: singing, piano, movies, tea, planners, cities, Broadway, notebooks, chocolate


Thank you so much for joining me on this journey. I look forward to sharing it with you! Please leave a comment or get in touch using the contact form to introduce yourself!

16 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Anonymous says:

    hi Grace ! my name is Tatum. I am one of Sarahs friends at Lorien Wood School ! she introduced me to your blog , I have only read a few of them but they are really insightful and encouraging ! I hope you are staying safe in this uncertain time . reading about what our job as Christians are in this time is really helping me stay focused on Gods word and what he promises for my life! keep spreading the good word!! stay safe! – Tatum H


    • graceevalyn says:

      Hi Tatum! I’m so glad you’ve been enjoying my blog and it’s been helping you! I hope you and your family are staying safe and well.


    • graceevalyn says:

      Welcome! I’m so glad you’re here (especially being a Lunar chronicles fan, haha…)! And I definitely agree with you about Cress. I really liked Cinder as well, but Cress was my favorite.

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  2. haileyhudson says:

    Hey, I found your blog from the Rebelution. I read through some of your old posts and really, really enjoyed them. The Internet is such a cool thing (well, sometimes), how you can impact so many people! I’m also a major introvert (lol), bookworm, writer, and I used to be a pianist. I subscribed and I’m looking forward to getting your new posts! (:


  3. P says:

    Hey Grace! I just read your post about teenagers and reading, and I think you are completely right. We just had a book fair at our school and I saw a friend of mine there, so I proceeded to ask her about what books she could possibly be getting. She replied with: “Well, I haven’t found any books-I don’t really need any- and I don’t really read….” I think the excuses now a days are:
    “I don’t like to read.”
    “I don’t need any new books.”

    Hope all is well!


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