Self-isolation looks different for everyone. Some of us are grouped with our families; by now, we're probably all sick of each other and desperately want to take shelter in a good coffee shop. Some of us are completely alone, and would give just about anything to get out and see our friends. Whatever your situation,… Continue reading 4 Ways to Self – Entertain: a Self-Isolation Survival Guide
The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures by Aaron Mahnke has its roots in an online podcast, and up until Christmas, I knew nothing about it. It was my sister, actually, who put this book in my hands. She noticed me reading a book of Victorian ghost stories - a favorite subject - and, so she… Continue reading Book Review: “The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures”
Normally, I try to read 5-6 books in a month, which I've successfully accomplished a few times in a row. As my reading list is more than a mile long, the more I get through the better, although I do like to take the time to really enjoy what I'm reading, instead of just pounding… Continue reading Monthly Book Review: March 2019
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Although not a cinematic breakthrough like Wonder Woman (Patty Jenkins, 2017), Captain Marvel (Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck 2019) still made quite a splash in the world of cinema, in my opinion. Why is that? Here are a few reasons. 1. It is a story about an imperfect hero...who's a woman Is this a big… Continue reading 5 Things About “Captain Marvel” You Need to Know Right Now