It’s been a long time coming with this movie, Fangirls, and I was pretty nervous. I’ve been a Nerdfighter for about 6 or 7 years and have fiercely adored John Green’s books and all the awesome stuff he does. I’ve watched John’s videos as he announced the movie and the process of making it all and I was very nervous to see one of his books come to life. I have to say, this movie was the perfect translation of The Fault In Our Stars book.
Hey readers! I know I’ve been reading a lot of Rick Riordan lately, so I’m taking a break between his series to read some other books on my list of intriguing books. This week I’m really excited about a book I read by Rainbow Rowell.
So, I know that I have only posted about Being Human once before, but now that it’s over, I have a lot of feelings about it. The ending was bittersweet for sure, but I liked it a lot; it was fitting. ***Some spoilers, continue at your own risk!***Read More »
Hey Batfans! This week I made a special drink for my favorite guy, Batman. You know, this year marks his 75th anniversary, and that’s pretty damn cool. He’s kept our attention for this long; here’s hoping for another 75 years!
So, I’m warning you now, this is a sad one. This was a surprisingly full episode full of an equally surprising amount of loss!! The episode follows Carol, Tyrese, Lizzie, Mika, and Judith as they happen upon a small pecan farm.
Hey Fangirls. Today we’re going to talk about a mildly unconventional villain, SAD. SAD stands for Seasonal Affective Disorder; a serious and dangerous disorder that many people suffer from.
So, it’s 2014 and I am still sad about this episode. I have been sad since last year. Any Whovian can tell you that a regeneration is a double edged sword of excitement for a new Doctor but also a crushing sadness at the thought of losing the face we have come to know and love. Everything he is dies and some new man goes sauntering off across the universe on some new adventure. Read More »