Book Accuracy Really very close. The changed details were so minor, they’re barely worth mentioning. I think the biggest one was that Elvis as the ghost was not there, the colors of uniforms of the bowling workers were different,… Continue Reading
Straight out of the bottom of my TBR, it’s Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz. View the other books I read for this challenge. Have you read it yet?
Life is loud. And because of the loudness in our lives and minds, it’s often difficult to find the time for silence. When was the last time you sat, on purpose, in quiet for any length of time? Silence is… Continue Reading
All the epicness of the books! Here is my Epic Reads tag video, in which I discuss said epicness.
What happens when things get heated on the comment board? Should YouTubers ever disable comments on their videos? Here are my thoughts: Would you ever disable comments?
Book tag based on the movie Pitch Perfect. Tag created by Sara Ella. See which books I picked!
The setting of your story, or the “place,” is a critical element of your story. Too often I’ve thought about a story, and figured that, oh, it takes place in a suburb. But there are many mistakes in this assumption.… Continue Reading
I read my book with more than 500 pages for the 2015 Reading Challenge. This one was a whopper at 928 pages, but I loved every one, as well as all the rest of the Outlander series :) Watch my… Continue Reading
Whether it’s a rating or just a content warning, should books say more about what’s inside? This week on Tuesday Talks. Do you think books should have some kind of warning?
The book was strange, but in a quirky and fun way. The movie, on the other hand, was just weird and a bit confusing. Click here for my review of the book. Book Accuracy It started out the same.… Continue Reading