Life Will Be the Death of Me By Chelsea Handler Review

Do yourself a favor, go get this book right now! Life will be the death of me…and you too is the sixth bestselling book by Chelsea Handler. Chelsea Handler is widely known as the no holds barred comedy style and her talk show Chelsea Lately. She has also had multiple Netflix shows and specials. Not to mention 5 other bestselling Books. Now, Chelsea takes us through a year of self-discovery and development with the blunt...

A Readers Dilemma; Do You Read Electronic or Analog?

When I was a kid, I was a huge reader. It was rare to see me without a book in my hand. Subsequently I was the only person in my class that had a whole bookshelf all to themselves that was actually full with books I had read. As I got older and life became more and more hectic, reading got put to the side. I had less free time and less space to store...

Anxiety and Gaming, Insights Into an Anxious Mind.

We’ve all heard of MMORPG’s right? WoW, FFXIV, Black Desert Online, the list goes on and on. Not to mention with all of the different play styles, what’s not to love right? Well, how about that one M word in MMORPG? No, Not “Massive”, that part’s actually pretty cool. I’m talking about “Multiplayer”. If you’re like me, just hearing that a game is “Multiplayer” is enough to make you start breathing heavy and sweating worse...

10 Binge Worthy Anime on Netflix

There is a metric ton of content on Netflix, not least of which is lots of good quality anime. Below are 10 of my go-to binge worthy anime’s available for streaming now on Netflix with links so you can start watching right now!   10. Mushishi Mushishi makes the list because it’s absolutely beautiful. Ginko goes from town to town searching out “Mushi”. These Mushi are otherworldly beings more or less. In each town he...

Punish the Holy – An Original Short Story

An Original urban fantasy short story set in a world where magic is real but forbidden. A young woman struggles to find the balance between doing what she believes is right and what she knows is safe. What will she do when she finally gives in to her desire to help others and finds herself a wanted woman? How will she survive when her world is turned upside down? Find out in Punish the Holy....

Wild Seed – Book Review

As with many of the books I read, I found Wild Seed randomly on Amazon and I’m glad I did! I had no idea what a prolific writer Octavia E. Butler was when I looked at the synopsis but I was intrigued and have found another author whose work I’m eager to dive into. The synopsis of the book introduces Wild Seed as the story of two immortals that together “weave a pattern of destiny”....

A Green and Ancient Light – Review

I’m a sucker for a book cover that looks like a magical forest, which is what made me pick A Green and Ancient Light up in the first place. What made me actually purchase it was most likely the book jackets’ comparison of the story to Peter S. Beagle. Beale’s story (or the animated version at least) of “The Last Unicorn” introduced me into the world of fantasy as a kid. I was pleasantly surprised...

The Power- Review

Word of caution, there are some mild spoilers. Nothing major, but if you want to be completely surprised then skip to the bottom for my overall opinion. The Power is set in the near future; teenage girls develop a power to conduct powerful electrical charges through some “twist of nature” and can awaken the same power in any woman they want. The book follows four main characters from vastly different backgrounds whose lives interconnect in...

Savage- An Original Short Story

The trip down highway 20 is refreshing. It’s been too long since I’ve been on a run through the forest. The recent spring rains have made the world feel fresh and new. I can smell the earth and hear the trees calling. My Jeep bumps and jostles over the road as I take a turnoff that will lead me down to my favorite spot in my forest. It seems as eager as I was to...

The Weight of Lies – Review

DISCLAIMER: You may disagree with my opinion, and that’s OK! So…The Weight of Lies. I don’t remember what led me to pick up this book. It may have just been that it was a deal on amazon. The tagline sounded right up my alley and I don’t bother much with reading reviews (because who listens to book reviewers right?) so I went for it. And while this didn’t make my “regret reading list”, it was...