non-comprehensive list, Non-Fiction

8 Spoopy Books 4 Hammaweens: A Non-Comprehensive List

I love autumn. If asked what my favorite season is, I'll more than likely say spring because of my birthday. Or summer because of the Ren Faire. But honestly I adore fall. I love layering up, I love comfy stuff, I love dumb Instagram-perfect leaves and pumpkins and hot chocolate. I love cozy socks and sick… Continue reading 8 Spoopy Books 4 Hammaweens: A Non-Comprehensive List

Book Stuff, Non-Fiction, Personal

NaNoWriMo – A Chance to Grow Stronger

Every November, writers and would-be novelists all over the globe commit themselves to writing 50,000 words in just 30 days. While that sounds like an unrealistic goal at first, a little bit of math reveals that it comes down to a goal of 1,667 words per day - which is much more manageable for some.… Continue reading NaNoWriMo – A Chance to Grow Stronger

Disney Odyssey

Disney Odyssey #14 – The Second Star to the right…

Ladies and gentlemen, we're sorry that Disney Odyssey kept you waiting so long for the next installment... This next film is very near and dear to both me and the Fella, and we wanted to give it proper time and due fanfare. We were also really busy getting married, so... more on that later! For… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #14 – The Second Star to the right…

Review

Review: Cherie Priest’s I AM PRINCESS X Battles Grief and Disbelief With Suspense and Action

May misses her best friend Libby. Three years ago, Libby was in an accident; her mother drove their car off a bridge, and they both drowned. Now, still struggling with her grief, May starts seeing strange signs of Libby's presence. Not ghostly signs, but rather a symbol, a character she and Libby created as kids.… Continue reading Review: Cherie Priest’s I AM PRINCESS X Battles Grief and Disbelief With Suspense and Action

Review

Review: Delilah S. Dawson HITs Close to Home With Debt Dystopia

"I want to survive the next five days." Patsy's goal is very simple. The road to achieving that goal, however, is littered with fast food,  unmarked cars, flying bullets, terrifying encounters with desperate human beings, an unexpected dog, a hot guy, and mysterious hints about her absent father. Patsy, for the next five days, is a… Continue reading Review: Delilah S. Dawson HITs Close to Home With Debt Dystopia