Thor (Marvel Universe Re-watch)

This is when I really started liking the Marvel movies. Thor is my favorite Avenger. This was directed by Kenneth Branagh, and it is a superior movie. In my view, this one had the most (and best) humor. Chris Hemsworth is perfect as Thor and no one could have played Loki better than Tom Hiddleston.... Continue Reading →

Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson

Release date: June 4th 2019. Published by Margaret K. McElderry Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster’s Children’s Division. Elisabeth Scrivener is an orphan raised in one of Austermeer’s Great Libraries. These libraries guard grimoires, books of sorcery. Elisabeth's dream is to become a Warden, warrior types who protect the libraries and the innocent from... Continue Reading →

Iron Man (Marvel Universe Re-Watch)

The movie begins with Tony Stark living the high life of a billionaire, receiving awards, bedding beautiful women, and being generally an arrogant asshole. When he travels overseas to Afghanistan for a demonstration of Stark Industries’ new weapon, the Jericho missile, his Humvee is ambushed, Stark is injured, and taken hostage by a group of... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction Friday – “Crisis”

My crazy notion of the week is to put my head on the block by posting my first attempt at writing "flash fiction." (908 words) Cognizant of the bristling fact she remained in breach of Reform for two years, Bestie perched uncomfortably on the examining table while the doctor scowled at her medical record. The... Continue Reading →

“Romanov” by Nadine Brandes

Gorgeous cover alert! Release date: May 7, 2019. Publisher: Thomas Nelson This is a fantasy re-telling of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia. Some of the events are historical and some have been embellished by the author. The most significant fantastical aspect is the addition of magic, or spell-casting. There is an ink that masters use... Continue Reading →

Going Through the Motions

My depression and anxiety have reared their ugly heads more than usual. I seem to live with a certain baseline that I have learned to accept as "normal" for me. Jaw-clenched, fidgety, unemotional, busy mind... I think a lot of it has to do with my existential depression. I recently found out I have scoliosis.... Continue Reading →

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