Top 5 Books for Boring Classes

Today I wanted to do something a little on the delinquent side. Most folks who’ve ever been in a classroom setting, whether high school or university, has probably had that one class that was unbelievably boring! It may have been the person teaching, or just the subject matter. Whatever the reasons, the class sucked and…

ApocalyptiGirl by Andrew MacLean – A Comic Review

ApocalyptiGirl is a dystopian, science-fiction, stand-alone comic book written and illustrated by Andrew MacLean. The story revolves around a young woman named Aria and her adorable, white kitty named Jelly Beans. It follows them as they struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic environment as they finagle a means of finding their way back home. I…

Whopping Book Ban FAILURE – April’s Book Haul

Man, I am still exhausted from Dewey’s 24-hour Readathon! It was really fun to devote so much of my time to reading, and I even did a bit o’ VLOGing while I participated, but my brain definitely needs a small break. So, for the rest of Sunday (after sharing this post) I plan on watching…

Review: The Other Side of Gravity

Science-fiction is a huge weakness of mine, especially if the stories are on faraway planets with unique civilizations, crazy gadgets, and creative types of world building. I know that you aren’t supposed to judge a book by its cover, but with The Other Side of Gravity by Shelly Crane it is really difficult not to.…

Review: Golem (Graphic Novel)

Golem was an amazing graphic novel that I feel is exceptionally underrated. I believe that it’s difficult for people to get into because the story is highly intelligent and focuses on complex examinations of a fascist government that is run on highly capitalistic practices. Being a science-fiction, politically idealistic thriller, it exhibits a setting where…