Sir Ian Holm’s passing on June 19 was sad. I dread to think of other household names we might lose during this loser of a year. Did you know he was knighted? He was, back in 1998. Ash was my favorite character in Alien. He was the voice of Skinner, the tiny chef (not the rat)Continue reading “Ian Holm: “There and…” Back Again to LOTR for Us”
Our review of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes has been up for a week now. Just thought I’d share it here for you all to look into. May the odds be ever in your favor!
We all know that many things don’t age well, particularly when it comes to media and pop-culture. We’ve all been locked up with all of our old movies and books that many of us have revisited, so I thought this would be an interesting thing to post. Being twenty years into the 21st century, I thinkContinue reading “10 Things That Still Hold Up in 2020”
So Suzanne Collins’ newest book, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, was released ealier last week. Sarabeth’s only got a few pages left as of this writing, and I’ll be reading it soon, so look forward to a full review from us soon. I did some digging around on some of my older posts and foundContinue reading “Does The Hunger Games Go Too Far?”
A married couple in quarantine reaches out to others in the same boat.
If you follow my blog, it’s likely you love books as much as I do. Not more than I do. But at least as much. But why? In an age saturated with HBO, AMC, and MGM, why do we remain so stubborn as to cling to our paperbacks and hardcovers and tablets? When supervillains dominateContinue reading “Let’s Address Your Stubbornness”
Be advised that this is a condensed version. To read the segment in full, click here. Endever Publishing Studios presents The Underneath: Part 1 Written by Coral Rivera and Andrew Toy It’s heavily overcast, the clouds an inky black…he’s never heard sirens sound like this before. It’s a high-pitched whistle as well as a deep reverberatingContinue reading “New Serial Novel: “The Underneath””