Month: December 2017


Hello, all. I’ve decided to take a brief break from blogging to spend some time with family and friends over Christmas. I’ll be back soon but I’m taking a break until then. I hope whoever is reading this has a wonderful holiday season. Advertisements


It looks like there’s going to be another day’s delay. I promise I’ll get content up asap, I’m still just settling after a lot of flying. See you soon!

No Post Today

Hey, so sorry but I’m going to be traveling and away from the internet, so I’m not going to be able to get a post written today. Sorry about the delay, but I’ll get back to it tomorrow!

Sleeping Beauties: Part 2

In this part, I see the Stephen King style of writing come forward.  There’s a little bit of movement with the plot, but what the book lacks in speed it makes up for in detail. We hear a bit more about Lila’s arrest of Evie. Lila suspects that Evie is

Sleeping Beauties: Part 1

I was right, this book is DENSE. Anyone who wants to pick this book up should be ready for that experience. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing though, this book throws you right into the action and leaves you little time to catch your breath. Now, it does switch

What’s Next?

As the sidebar may suggest, next up on the roster is Sleeping Beauties by Stephen and Owen King. Now, I’ve been scanning some reviews of this book and I’ve skimmed the first few pages before really getting into the story. First of all, the reviews are…mixed. I’ve spoken in person with

Thoughts on The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump

So once again, I found myself tearing through a political nonfiction book. I think this might be a regular Friday thing, just briefly touching on a quick read. As the title suggests, this volume deals with the 45th president of the United States of America. I still can’t get used

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