If you told me a couple of weeks ago I’d enjoy Rings of Power and She-Hulk more than House of the Dragon I would have thought you were nuts 🙂 But here we are. At least early in the seasons. I also fully admit this could be attachment to the source material and certain characters. … More The Rings of Power Premiere
The Stand By: Stephen King I finally finished my reread of The Stand this weekend and overall I’m glad I did. I’d still give it 5 stars for its sheer scope (even if it could still use some editing) and also because I’m older now I felt like I understood it on a different level … More The Stand, The Multiverse & a Ramble
I’ve been having some good luck recently with reading and rereading classics I thought school had killed for me. It’s definitely a streak I hope continues but my friend and I were talking about the not a chance never again books which is just like what it sounds because sometimes once is enough.
I saw this Fantasy Fun Tag a while back and really liked the questions. I hadn’t heard them or heard them put quiet like this before. So I thought I would give it a try. The original creator of the tag is on Youtube at: A World of Words
The Unpopular Opinions Tag is technically a book tag though I’m doing a Film and Television Edition because I think I have a lot more unpopular opinions about them. Either way this tag was originally created by The Book Archer. These are my opinions of course. No offense intended.
I originally saw this film tag on Rhiannatoria and really wanted to do it. Since it’s movie award season I thought this would be the perfect time.
Freebie: My Favorite Classics Top Ten Tuesdays is a freebie week this week and I’ve been looking to get back into reading classics. Truth be told I’ve never had a particular easy time with them. Partly because I never like having things that I “have to” read and partly because of school through the years. So … More Top Ten Tuesday: My Favorite Classics
This was a fun little read that strangely put me in a spring mood. When they say fairies they mean really all “supernatural” or “elemental” creatures you can think of in here including; elves, pixies, trolls, leprechauns and dwarves amongst other things. The book is broken into areas and addresses the subject in that way … More Fairies: The Myths, Legends and Lore