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Stranger Things Season 1-Episode 2 Review

TLDR for those of you with limited patience; I am 100% aboard this train after episode 2. Choo Choo, let’s traumatize SE. I am here for this crazy 80s scifi running over and killing every one of my emotions. The Weirdo on Maple Street. First thought of the episode: Mike is really nice. He tries his best to understand El, treats her kindly, gets her food, and listens to her when she says they’d put the adults in danger by…

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The Insecure Writer’s Support Group Celebrates a Bootleg of a Year

To sign up for the group yourself, click on over here. The IWSG is also on Twitter @TheIWSG and Instagram, as well as under the hashtag #IWSG It’s time for the first Insecure Writer’s Post of the new year. So happy 2020 to you! And can we all admit right now that the complete absence of automatic glitter, tacky gilt ornaments, alcohol, and Charleston step instructions falling gently from the sky at midnight was a huge disappointment? I mean…all we got…

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The Great Blogging Wrap-Up of 2019

Alright, friends. Let’s get to some numbery maths for the year. I’m still at the point where I genuinely enjoy blogging (LET IT NEVER END) and I have a lot of fun breaking my year down in stats. Onward! Visitors in 2018: 2,320 Top 5 Posts from 2019: 15 Gorgeous Literary Tattoos (This is DIRECTLY caused by pinning this post to Pinterest. I stuck it up and then months later it just…took off? And was shared like crazy and ended…

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Friday Favorites Has Some Unfinished Business

September 13: Favorite Unfinished Series (either you haven’t read all the books or series that aren’t complete yet) This one will be kinda short. When a series is recommended to me, I try out the first few books. If I don’t fall in love it that’s where it stops, so those would be my unfinished series for today, but the problem here is that bookstagram almost never steers me wrong. And when I love the first few books in a series,…

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Friday Favorites is Scholastic Fantastic

August 30: Favorite Books You Read in School Brave New World, Aldous Huxley This one definitely started my lifelong love of post apocalyptic/dystopian novels. Opening up a little window and peering into a totally deranged future is one of my favorite things and damn is the future in this book disturbing. 1984, George Orwell Again, a plausible creepy future to delight my twisted little soul. Why did we read this and not also get to The Crucible by Arthur Miller? I…

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Friday Favorites Goes Spacey

The favorites we’re exploring for June 28 is: Books set in Space Like every other genre, I read all over the spectrum of SciFi. So this list has some of your basic YA, some classic adult SciFi, and a little of my new favorite niche, super sexy SciFi romance. Because Ruby Dixon is a gift to this world and we do not deserve her. Illuminae trilogy, Jay Kristoff & Amy Kaufmann The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, Becky…

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Friday Favorites Wants to Rip Your Heart Out

The favorites for June 21: Character Deaths Kibby, what are you trying to do to us!? Alright. Okay. If we’re going to do this, let’s get in the properly devastated mindset first: Now that I’m ready (WHY GOT WRITERS, WHYYYY) I’ll go ahead and list for you the literary deaths which were the most shattering, traumatic, extremely upsetting, unexpected, and terrible I’ve ever read, and therefore qualify as my favorites. **SPOILERS AHEAD. Obviously if I’m going to tell you who died,…

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Friday Favorites Urban Fantasy Feels

Friday favorites is a bookworm celebration created and hosted by somethingofthebook.com. On Fridays, we make lists about books! Come join. June 7 Favorites: Urban Fantasy books Before joining #bookstagram and getting flooded with fabulous recommendations from fellow readers, I actually thought I didn’t like urban fantasy. AHAHAHAHA poor smol me. Actually, what I didn’t like was missing out on two of the biggest names in urban fantasy romance and I am so very glad Teresa, The Romance Reader and Lubnaa, Romance Library fixed this lack in my life.…

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The Insecure Writer’s Support Group Plays Favorites

To bask in the care and support of your fellow authors (seriously, big digital hugs all around) you just head to The Insecure Writer’s Support Group and sign your blog up on their nifty form. Our co-hosts this month: Diane Burton, Kim Lajevardi,Sylvia Ney, Sarah Foster, Jennifer Hawes, and Madeline Mora-Summonte! Don’t forget to go wish them a happy IWSG day and thank them for hosting this month. June 5th question: Of all the genres you read & write, which is your favorite to write in and why? To…

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