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Movie Review: Little Evil

Little Evil is a 2017 American horror comedy film released by Netflix at the beginning of September. It stars Adam Scott, Evangeline Lilly, and a host of other known and not-so-known actors. But standing in the spotlight and delivering a great dramatic and almost non-speaking role, is Owen Atlas. Owen plays Lucas, the young son […]

Book Review: Write. Publish. Repeat.

Write. Publish. Repeat. The No-Luck-Required Guide to Self-Publishing Success is a book of educated suggestions by Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant (and a guest appearance from their partner in crime, David Wright). I bought this book after hearing about it from a youtube video that was going over some quick tips about Scrivener (the most excellent […]

Fall Out Boy In Chey-Town

For the last few years Fall Out Boy has been on my list of bands I’d like to see live. Admittedly, it’s a short list, but they were at the top of it. Here in Wyoming, we get a lot of country acts come through, so you can imagine my disbelief when my 13-year-old son […]

Album Review: Dark Before Dawn by Breaking Benjamin

When my husband walked in from work one day and his first words were, “Did you see that Breaking Benjamin has a new album?” my reaction was one of excitement. I hadn’t heard anything new from the band in years, and not just because they hadn’t put anything out recently. The first time I heard […]

Book Review: The Maze Runner

For awhile now I’ve been reading books with a friend of mine who lives in Germany. It’s been like our own little book club. We take turns picking out which book we’ll read next, and then we spend weeks to months discussing/ranting about the fictional stories we’ve willingly plunged ourselves into. The Maze Runner was […]

Album Review: Linkin Park’s The Hunting Party

I wasn’t ready. That’s my conclusion about Linkin Park’s latest album, The Hunting Party. For those of you who know this album, you’re probably wondering why I’m writing a review about an album that came out almost a year ago. It’s because I wasn’t ready to listen to The Hunting Party when it was released. […]

The movie, the book, the shark.

I have always been thrilled by the idea that Hollywood actually takes the characters, plots, and memorable scenes from classic novels and treasures from contemporary authors, and makes them into movies. I can’t even imagine how amazing it would be to see your story, your words, heart, and soul transformed into a motion picture. Well-known […]