My Favorite Childhood Books

This is not a list of children's literature books by any profound means, this is a rehashing of my childhood favorites. This short list of books fits into my life during that very awkward time period, between the ages of ten and fourteen. You know what you like, and mostely who you are, but its … Continue reading My Favorite Childhood Books

Frankenstein Review

The face of Frankenstein's monster, has become known as Frankenstein himself, and that is only the beginning of the misinterpretations brought about by the cinematic version of Mary Shelley's, Frankenstein. For years I have loved the aesthetic of those dramatics portrayed through film, the lightning, the hunch back assistant hobbling around, the popular phrase, "Its … Continue reading Frankenstein Review

Top 5 Book Recommendations

It's not easy to choose my top five favorite books that I would recommend, but I'm going to give it a try because those favorites that made an impact during my reading journey, deserve to be shared. I can remember the first time I learned to spell my own name, to spell certain words like … Continue reading Top 5 Book Recommendations

Why I Started Blogging

I started writing when I was twelve. I started blogging when I was sixteen. After I got my hands on my mothers old desktop computer, this really slow, really loud beast of a machine with a keyboard, I fell in love. My mothers new computer was a dream, but having my own, in my own … Continue reading Why I Started Blogging

Beastkeeper Review

Beastkeeper, by Cat Hellisen, is a retelling of the classic and well known tale Beauty and the Beast. Spoilers can be found if you should choose to continue reading. "We have not always been beasts" At first I had mixed feelings about this book, I still do. But it grew on me in a strange … Continue reading Beastkeeper Review