Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang: a Book Review

Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance is a thrilling, heart-warming, whimsical story. It is all the more impressive when one considers that it is the author’s debut novel. Ruth Emmie Lang has crafted a superbly rendered modern day fairy tale, brimming with magical realism and full of heart. Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance is one of my favorite novels to date. Continue reading “Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang: a Book Review”

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Yeah, I Heard About You: a Review of Taylor Swift’s Reputation

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the second half of 2017 (and I don’t blame you one teensy bit for wanting to,) then you will know that Taylor Swift released her 6th studio album in November. It’s no secret that I ADORE Tay, and I am happy to say that I was not disappointed by Reputation. Continue reading “Yeah, I Heard About You: a Review of Taylor Swift’s Reputation”

Bonfire, by Krysten Ritter: a Book Review

I’ll be honest, I was perhaps a little unfairly skeptical of Krysten Ritter’s Bonfire. I didn’t want to believe that a glamorous movie star was capable of crafting a novel that I would enjoy. I was jealous of Krysten Ritter’s seemingly exciting life and her ability to somehow have the two careers I’ve always dreamed of. She couldn’t possibly be capable of writing a coherent novel, I scoffed. I was wrong. Bonfire was a riveting suspense novel, that I found myself utterly unable to put down. Continue reading “Bonfire, by Krysten Ritter: a Book Review”

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is Indeed Marvelous

The MarvelousMrs. Maisel is Amy Sherman-Palladino’s newest creation available for streaming on Amazon Prime. And let me tell you, ladies and germs, this show is well worth the binge. Continue reading “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is Indeed Marvelous”

Heather, the Totality: a Book Review

I just finished watching Mad Men in its’ entirety for the third time in my life, and I can say that it is still my favorite show in the history of television. That is to say, my personal history of watching television. After I finished the last episode, I had what I’m calling a “Mad Men hangover.” I couldn’t think about anything else for a good two days, couldn’t commit to a new book or binging yet another show on Netflix. Luckily for me, Mathew Weiner, the creator of Mad Men for those of you not in the know, published his first novel, Heather, the Totality, this past November. Continue reading “Heather, the Totality: a Book Review”