My reading has been severely lacking this year. Then the best advice came my way.Read More
Though it is unclear as to the root cause of Millennial entitlement, some point fingers at the entertainment they were raised on which featured figures their own age fighting against respectable authority. This very situation is presented in an episode of the early 2000's animated show, "As Told By Ginger."Read More
Most Christmas music on the radio is rehashed remakes of classic songs that do nothing new or remotely interesting. Well I am here to tell you that good Christmas music exists, and there is a thing known as a unique Christmas remake! Here are my top 6 favorites. Why 6? Because there are 6 days until Christmas!Read More
Back in 2011 I read “the Perks of Being a Wallflower” for the first time and it was everything I loved about coming of age novels, and an instant favorite. Now it is 2018 and I reread the book and watched the film adaptation again. These are my thoughts after revisiting one of my favorite books!Read More
I was able to attend the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra Concert in Philadelphia on August 2nd. Here are my thoughts on the event!Read More
My response to Alastair Stephens, of Point North Media, letter titled, “A Statement.”Read More
This book was kindly provided to me digitally by the author in exchange for an honest review!
Tied In by Anthony Tucker is the story of Little Tuckie, a boy who discovers a colorful piece of cloth and begins to have marvelous adventures with it. But it turns out that it is actually a tie that belongs to his father.Read More
What are some great books to read during the summer? Danielle has you covered with her favorite summer books!Read More
This is a reflection piece, about my experience watching Summer Games Done Quick this year! Spoilers, it was pretty freaking great. Also this post just establishes why Games Done Quick is amazing and everyone should be watching!Read More
On the podcast I co-host with my good friend, Brittany, we spent the first Season discussing Lost in a Book by Jennifer Donnelly. While the book was abysmal, the ideas it presented have been used in several other works of fiction. Lost in a Book doesn't do much justice to any of these ideas. This video features my recommendations of books that DO utilize these things with a lot of creativity and beautiful prose.Read More
This book was provided to me by the author via a PDF file in exchange for an honest review through Booktasters.
Listening In and Other Stories is a set of short stories that center around dark themes and features intimate character exploration. Each story is very raw and heartbreaking. The book is written in a very literary style yet also takes on it's own identity. As I read, I was reminded of another short story author, Kristen Arnett.
My family and I went to DISNEY WORLD!Read More