Dear Mr. Sirius Black, This is it, I guess. This is farewell, goodbye, adieu. I’m ready to let you go now. I wept like a baby when I saw the … Continue readingSirius, We Hardly Knew Thee
Olivia Joules is a freelance journalist for the Sunday Times. She has been asked by her editor to cover a fabulous Hollywood makeup line launch party. While there, she ends … Continue readingOlivia Joules & The Overactive Imagination by Helen Fielding
Twilight is everything that I thought it would be, and more. And what I thought was that it was horrendous. The language feeds into its young adult target audience. Basically … Continue readingTwilight by Stephenie Meyer
I’ve always sought out stories about families – by birth or by choice – over the years. The Chronicles of Narnia. The Baby-Sitters Club. The Fast and the Furious. I … Continue readingLet Me Tell You: New Stories, Essays, and Other Writings by Shirley Jackson
I am an introvert. I find small talk exhausting, and being around the general public makes me feel like I am on The Truman Show. It feels like I’m only … Continue readingThat’s Not My Name: Ethnicity and the Writer’s Life
I’ve been following Guillebeau off and on for a few years now. I bought the digital version of $100 Startup when it was on sale. I decided to support him … Continue readingSide Hustle by Chris Guillebeau
Excellent book. I like to think of it as a post-modern film noir set in Tokyo, around two sisters named Eri and Mari. The story follows how their lives connect … Continue readingAfter Dark by Haruki Murakami
American bookstore ninja/Darcy fangirl runs into Mr. Darcy in modern times on his own turf. Hi-jinks ensue. It’s amazing the impact Jane Austen has had on literature, how many times … Continue readingMe & Mr. Darcy by Alexandra Potter
I first heard about the story from a Babysitter’s Club book. True story. I think it was from one of Stacey’s books. So when I saw it at my used … Continue readingSummer of My German Soldier by Bette Greene
In 2004, I was contacted to assist in the promotion of – as well as providing content for HPWizardry.com (now defunct). This was one of the articles I submitted for … Continue readingWhy Do All the Good Girls Want the Bad Boys?
I decided that it was high time to get out of my creative rut and take myself on an Artist’s Date. If you’re not familiar with them, then I highly … Continue readingClark County Museum
You’re here because you’re someone who has a brand that encourages you to be active on social media, or you’re biting the bullet and building yours from the ground up. … Continue readingTutorial: An Intermediate Guide to Social Media Hashtags and How They Work with Examples!