I don't know why I love this show. Honestly. The acting is fantastic, the writing subtle, but the storyline is the same over and over again. And yet I am addicted. Currently on Episode 9 Season 3, I have been falling asleep to this show every night the last few days. Yes, there is a…Read more Call the Midwife: The Current Binge
THERE WILL BE SPOILERS. HERE THERE BE SPOILERS. SPOILERS BELOW. Well, that should be enough of a warning. I think this series has gotten out of hand. Seriously. The first season was amazing. As was the second. The third I could handle. Season 4? Too far. Too much. The whole point of Sherlock, to me…Read more Sherlock Season 4: Thoughts Post Netflix
Exquisitely written by Kate Morton. That is the best way I can describe this book. Because I enjoyed this book so much, I will keep this short to avoid giving anything away. This time bending novel follows six generations of a family, all revolved around a woman named Nell, to learn her secret. Excellent character…Read more The Forgotten Garden: A Book Review
NERDS DESEND. But, seriously, this makes me think of Month Python meets Cabin in the woods. I loved this movie. Go. Watch. No spoilers for you!
How many of you, if you had no job and nothing better to do, would drive across the country and help a friend move. I know I would. Seriously. I went on a 3 week long adventure just to SEE my friends when I had no job. Help you move? You are paying for everything?…Read more There are two types of people: those who adventure and those who don’t
So, at the Minneapolis comic con I recently went to, which is actually Wizard Con, there were 4 self published authors, 1 illustrated book, and 1 comic booth. I was a bit confused, to say the least. Of the four authors, I bought two from a Mr. Quill, and chose to abstain from buying from…Read more Comic Con has Authors, What?
This is a fantastic book. Atwood's writing style in this book is consistent, but the plot line jumps around often between what is going on, her thought process, and what happened three or more years before. Following Offred, we meet a Handmaid in a post-revolution (kind of?) America where some women have no rights. Wives,…Read more The Handmaid’s Tale: A Book Review