Game of Thrones Season Eight Predictions

Finally, winter is upon us... this Sunday, HBO's epic fantasy Game of Thrones returns for its eighth and final season. And, to celebrate what is sure to be a dramatic conclusion, I thought I'd share eight predictions for the upcoming season! 1.) Dany will be, or already is, pregnant and will bear Jon's child. They... Continue Reading →

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Birthdays

Birthdays... everyone's got one, but how a person feels about their birthday can vary. My birthday was yesterday. As someone who is not 100% comfortable with the idea of getting older - who accepts it as an inevitability, but doesn't look forward to it - turning 27 isn't much cause for celebration. On Saturday, I... Continue Reading →

Sorry for…

...The lack of a real post today. I've currently got potential projects in the air that I'm trying to juggle, and it will take some adjustment to my schedule if all comes into fruition. But, to make up for it, here's a sneaky peek - if all goes well, this bad boy will be getting... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Dumbo (2019)

Dir: Tim Burton Starring: Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Eva Green, Alan Arkin, etc. Runtime: 1hr52min Rating: PG Spoiler level: Light When I first heard that Disney planned to put out a live-action version of the 1941 animated film Dumbo, I - and many others - had reservations. The original Dumbo is a classic, revered... Continue Reading →

Friendship Road

Once in a while, a missed turn can create a new adventure. My best friend and I were once driving home from an excursion (probably from our single local book store) and had to take a detour. Afterward, a miscommunication resulted in us missing not only one, but two turns that would keep us on... Continue Reading →

One Shot #4: Babe (1995)

There is nothing like a good, wholesome film; the kind you can pop in and watch at anytime, but are perhaps best on a rainy afternoon, when you can curl up on the couch with a warm blanket and a cup of coffee, or tea, or hot cocoa. A film that warms the heart and... Continue Reading →

Rose of Autumn

(I wrote this poem a few years back for an unfinished fantasy story that will likely never see the light of day. It's about a woman who eventually became a queen,widely revered for her beauty and feared for her skill with an ax and her prickly attitude. I actually like how it came out, so... Continue Reading →

Don’t Judge…

How often have we been told not to judge a book by its cover? In general, I abide by this - in life, and when it comes to actual books. As a reader, I'm more likely to be drawn in by a powerful synopsis than by a cover. But, undeniably, a gorgeous cover is super... Continue Reading →

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