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Mar / January 23rd, 2018

If you guys remember I made a post back in September announcing that Rowan was going to be releasing a new book titled “Still Here” in 2018! Amazon.com had on their site that the book was going to be released on February 20th but Rowan announced yesterday that the book was going to be officially released on February 13. I’m personally so excited to get this book and couldn’t be more proud of her. The book is up for pre-order and is already #1 in Teen and Young Adult Dating on Amazon!

Source and Photo Credit: Rowans Instagram

Pre-Order “Still Here” at the links below: 



Mar / September 28th, 2017

Photo Credit: Rowan’s Instagram

Hey guys,

I did not realize that Rowan was in last nights season 5 premiere of The Goldbergs until after it aired on the east coast and she had tweeted about it. I decided to wait until the episode went up on ABC’s site today to post about it. Make sure you guys catch her as Jackie in the new season! If you would like to watch last nights episode go to the link below. Make sure to tune in every Wednesday at 8PM EST to see Rowan as Jackie! 🙂



Mar / May 26th, 2017

Photo Credit: Rowan’s Instagram

Rowan is going to be honored next month for her activism at the Children Mending Hearts 2017 Empathy Rocks Fundraiser! I’m so beyond proud of you Rowan! You deserve this so much. Keep the great work. I truly believe you are changing lives and helping your generation. <3

The young actress and activist will be honored for her commitment to empowering communities and changing lives at Children Mending Hearts’ 2017 Annual Empathy Rocks Fundraiser next month. Rowan‘s honor recognizes young humanitarians who believe in empathy and equality, pursue causes of social justice, and inspire young people to become change-makers within their own communities to help change the world.

Source: Just Jared Jr

Mar / May 18th, 2017

Photo Credit: Rowan’s Instagram

Hey guys!

I know that I am super late in posting about this and for that I truly apologize to all of you and to Rowan as well. I was unsure of what episodes of The Goldbergs that Rowan was going to be on and on top of that got the nights confused as to when the show aired. I promoted two out of the four episodes and they were first two that she was in. As for the other two I had every intention on making a post about them. I feel so bad about it. The one night I was going to make a post about it because I thought it was on Friday but when I had seen her tweet about it I was busy at the time and when I went to make the post later I saw where it had already aired. As for last nights episode I didn’t know she was going to be on that episode until I saw a tweet after it aired!  Anyways if you guys would like to see her her episodes you can do so by going to the link below. 3 out of the 4 episodes are on there. I’ve also included the episode names that she’s in! The only one you are unable to watch since it expired is “A Night To Remember” and that’s the very first episode she appeared in.


Graduation Day

Jedi Master Adam Skywalker

The Day After the Day After

A Night to Remember  (You are unable to watch this one)

Mar / May 3rd, 2017

Photo Credit: Rowan’s Instagram

Tune into ABC tonight at 8PM EST to see Rowan on another episode of The Goldbergs! I personally loved the last episode she was in. 🙂

Source: Rowan’s Twitter


Mar / April 23rd, 2017

Photo Credit: Rowan’s Instagram

Rowan is gracing the cover of LOVE magazine which is style based  magazine out of the UK. You can see her cover below:

Source: Rowan’s Twitter


Mar / April 19th, 2017

Photo Credit: Sabrina’s Twitter 

Sabrina and Rowan are among many renowned speakers and performers who will be attending 2017 WE Day in California on April 27th! I assume that Rowan will be speaking as that is usually what she does at these events and that Sabrina will be performing a couple of songs. If there is a live stream we will make sure you guys know where to watch!

INGLEWOOD, Calif., April 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Announced today, Paula Abdul, Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, Laverne Cox, Evan Goldberg, Jessie J, Xzibit and more will be joining Alessia Cara, Lily Collins, Bryan Cranston, Josh Gad, Tyrese Gibson, Selena Gomez, Alicia Keys, DJ Khaled, Demi Lovato, Miss Piggy along with other Muppets, Lilly Singh and other previously announced presenters, speakers and performers for WE Day California on April 27, 2017 at The “Fabulous” Forum.

Source: prnewswire.com

Mar / April 18th, 2017

Photo Credit: Rowan’s Facebook

Rowan is on the cover the latest issue of NYLON magazine which is on stands now! I couldn’t be more proud of her. Thee is an article that NYLON posted on the website where Rowan talks about political issues, Girl Meets World, and much more. I’ve copied part of where she talks about Girl Meets World and there are some quotes from Danielle Fishel (Topanga) in there as well. Make sure you check out the rest of the article at the source link!

Source: NYLON.com

Earlier this year, after three seasons, Girl Meets World was canceled amid dwindling ratings. “I feel good about it now in the sense that, as much as I loved my Girl Meets World family, working for the Disney Channel is stressful, and I have more freedom to do what I want and talk about what I want without feeling inhibited,” she says, sipping her shake. Perhaps surprisingly, she says there was never any blowback or criticism from Disney brass regarding her vocal politics: “I think they actually figured out somewhere along the line that no matter what they said I wasn’t really going to stop.”

Blanchard initially balked at doing the series, a reboot of the popular ’90s-era ABC sitcom Boy Meets World featuring protagonist Riley Matthews, the daughter of the original’s much-beloved couple, Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel). “Absolutely not,” she recalls thinking. “You know what happens to those girls.” Blanchard is often asked about her Disney predecessors, most gallingly during a radio program on which the question was posed whether she’d be “a Miley, a Demi, or a Selena” (as in Cyrus, Lovato, and Gomez). She hates this narrative—the game, not the players. “I knew the show would end someday, and I didn’t want there to be this weird part where it was like, good girl, good girl, good girl, and then, all of a sudden, bam, she’s going to show her boobs,” says Blanchard, laughing. She occasionally punctuates her serious thoughts with a reflexive giggle, and sibilant words reveal the faintest lisp.

Blanchard read the script, felt it was different, and clicked with the creator, Michael Jacobs. Like any Disney show, Girl Meets World was hammy, lesson-oriented, and scrubbed of nuance, but for a target audience aged six to 14, it tackled smart topics like cultural appropriation and autism. She grew close with her TV mom, and together they tried to influence the direction the new series would take—specifically avoiding focusing on romance, the way the original series had.

“I had expressed very adamantly that I wanted the character to be smart, self-sufficient, and to have interests 100 percent outside of relationships,” says Fishel, who was one of two women to direct episodes. “I didn’t necessarily get my way in that regard.” There were eventually some dating plotlines, though Fishel concedes the primary relationship in the show was between Riley and her best friend, Maya.

Blanchard was tight with her castmates, though her taste for old movies, abstract painters like Agnes Martin, and her fierce engagement with politics surely set her apart. Fishel remembers a day when she took her young female co-stars to the Huntington Library near Pasadena and asked them a bunch of thought-provoking questions she’d prepared ahead of time. One of them related to personal happiness, and Blanchard took the opportunity to reflect on the rah-rah positivity of glib self-empowerment. “Her response was basically, ‘It’s important that we recognize that our happiness is not 100 percent self-determined, and it bothers me when people act like our circumstances are something we just need to think our way into,’” says Fishel. “I almost had to stop walking. I tend to be one of those people who think it’s within your power to change anything. How utterly incorrect and privileged.” She pauses. “Rowan really is pretty special


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