Friday the 13th is one of those days that practically constitutes itself as a pop-up holiday. While I feel no connection to the day alone (besides the movie with my favorite Jason Voorhees), it brings up the topic of superstitions that many people believe in. To me, it’s just another day to binge-watch the titular … Continue reading Superstitions I Believe In
Two days ago, AOL announced that it will be discontinuing the use of their chat client, AIM, on December 15th, 2017. The service has been active since 1997, and allowed users to communicate across the internet allowing them to not only talk, but send pictures, videos, emoticons, and files to each other. While I didn’t … Continue reading An Ode to Aim
Some people like to watch the world burn. Lani Sarem must be the type to watch the world burn through a mirror on the moon of which she can bask in her own reflection and the Earth’s while the recordings of her confessing her love life fantasies to her therapist play across all emergency broadcast … Continue reading Handbook for Mortals— or for Entitled Whiny White Women?
This movie came out earlier this year, and the marketing team did a wonderful job boosting the intrigue to this movie to the point that I actually wanted to see it. I had many questions going into the movie that I wanted to know the answers. What’s behind the red door? How/why’s the lady vomiting … Continue reading It Comes At Night [REVIEW]
This Thursday, despite being displaced from both my home and my college dorm because of hurricane Irma, I made sure to get to a theater and see It. This movie is the most recent adaption of Stephen King’s novel It, which also was adapted in 1990. For some unknown reason to me, I haven’t seen … Continue reading IT is IN (It 2017 REVIEW)
This July, I challenged myself to finish a book I was writing and write 6 pages a day. I treated them as separate goals, considering I know I wouldn’t be able to write on one subject alone for a month straight. That’s just not how I work at all, and in order to encourage me … Continue reading Writing Sprints Experience
This July, I challenged myself to write 6 pages a day, every day for the month of July. (In a previous post, I talked about being inspired to do this from watching a video where George R.R. Martin and Stephen King had a chat.) Originally I had a mini-vacation planned that I was going to … Continue reading King Challenge 2017 – Results!