The Nightmare Before Christmas Cookbook and Entertaining Guide

The Nightmare Before Christmas is on of my favorite Bermonth movies. Since the movie opens up with This is Halloween, we don't get much direct Halloween celebration for the remainder of the movie. That doesn't mean spooky lovers miss out. Jack Skellington gets the town on board with his hostile takeover of Christmas, but they... Continue Reading →

Fantasy Webtoons Were Innocent Reader Becomes a Side Character in a Romance Novel

This year I am celebrating my five year readership with Webtoon. The app and website have a variety of comics to choose from. I have a tendency to stick with romance and fantasy stories. Lately, I've noticed a new niche of Webtoons I am devouring, which is the innocent reader becomes a side character in... Continue Reading →

Online Library Catalogs Make Weekly Family Library Trips Easier On Everyone

My favorite place in the world is the library. I remember the first time I went to one. It's was First Grade. We actually walked there, because the library was very close to our elementary school. We took a shortcut through the cemetery. Once we arrived, we met the librarian at the circulation desk and... Continue Reading →

The Geek’s Cookbook

Liguorie Lecomte is a an unlikely chef. Hear me out, he admits in his intro that he wasn't thinking about cooking and baking as a teen. He was diving into pop culture. Games, movies, books and cartoons. If you focused solely on that time in his life a career in the entertainment industry seemed more... Continue Reading →

Crumbs from a Slice of Romance

I have a confession to make. I was bummed about Lore Olympus 4-month hiatus. I read the mid-season finale Christmas night. Most Lore Olympus fans will understand how I felt...Danie Sterling a.k.a. Whitherling helped soothe that heart ache. Melodramatic as it sounds, I didn't want to start a new-to-me Webtoon series that would tempt me... Continue Reading →

Game On A Video Game History by Dustin Hansen

Don't let the word "history" stop you from picking up Game On! Video Game History from Pong and Pacman to Mario, Minecraft, and More by Dustin Hansen. This is not a collegiate style book. It's not a book you'll find in children's section either. It's a collection of industry changing games through out the decades.... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha : Reading

Reading is power. It is one of the ways we obtain knowledge. Carefully orchestrated words gives us the ability to explore places we may never see. If a picture says a thousand words, reading helps us comprehend the many narratives hidden within it. For a time, it was a self-care activity that I did not... Continue Reading →

The Girl With Nine Wigs

What were you doing the year you turned 21? I was a Junior in College. Academically it was my hardest year. Sophie Van Der Stap discovered she had cancer in January, which invokes an eerie feeling. I am a Capricorn. If I was in her shoes, my cancer journey would have started around my 21st... Continue Reading →

Gift Ideas for Book Lovers

Reading is a necessary life skill. People, that are not illiterate, do it everyday. Some read with a purpose and others read for pleasure. Thanks to technological advancements, books are available in different forms. Paperback books and hardcover books are printed in bulk with printing presses. The amount of material used to make them and... Continue Reading →

T-Pain Can Mix Me a Drink

I judge books by their covers. I wanted to read something entertaining. That is when I saw his face (T-Pain). Kingston Imperial published Can I Mix You a Drink November 2, 2021. As the title implies, the high-end liquor guide features 50 cocktails. Maxwell Britten, award winning food and beverage executive, and Kathy Iandoli, American... Continue Reading →

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