Two very important things to know about me; I love mint but I hate sand. I don’t know why exactly I thought buying a soap full of sand would make me a happy camper, but I guess 2 years ago I did not think before I bought soap (lets be honest, I still usually don’t). Also, I’ve had this soap for two years, before I tried it; sheesh, self. It makes me very glad that I’m not buying soap until I’ve worked through what I’ve got; there’s some super old soap in my cabinet, just waiting to be used. But this one!
This past Sunday I slept for almost the entire day, which made it next to impossible to go to sleep. I decided to try out Journey, because the boyfriend said it was a very pretty and calming game, and I thought that may help me relax enough to be ready for bed. Thankfully, that was a correct thought.
Fangirls, I bought a good deal of stuff at SPX this year, but I think I did a good job not buying too much stuff. One of the most bizarre (in a good way, of course) things that I bought is this massive book called Action Hospital. Thought it’s written by one person, there are many artists illustrating different parts and different characters. It’s beautiful and strange, and I loved it.
Fangirls, I bought this soap from a farmer’s market in Vermont over a year ago, and I did”t get a chance to use it until recently. I have too much soap. But I’m glad I finally got to this beauty because it smells amazing, is lasting quite some time, and lathers fabulously. I can’t get enough of it.
Fangirls, I had the amazing opportunity to send some questions to Annie Stoll and Kevin Jay Stanton of the fully funded 1001 Knights anthology. 1001 Knights is a project that seems beyond amazing, and is still available to back on kickstarter, which means you can get in on the action still! The next push goal is to get more foil color to the anthology covers, and they’re only about $5,000 away from that goal. You can learn more about and pledge to the kickstarter here.
I Kill Giants, is a comic I’ve been wanting to read for a long time. I was intrigued by the cover image of the main character giving a death stare while wearing a pair of bunny ears. I knew it was going to be a heartbreaker of a story, but I did not expect to get emotionally wrecked by it like I did.
Fangirls, I like free comics. I love having access to a whole bunch of comics at once. But I also like buying things from creators to support them because they’re awesome. That’s why I love web comics. Johnny Wander is a fantastic web comic that was suggested to me by the fantastic Brandon Chalmers at Small Press Expo this past year. And you know what? I’ve fallen in love.