• Review Roundup

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    Here are some of the articles you might have missed that I think turned out pretty well: My article Tinker Bell is Really a Succubus It’s not just retelling fairy tales, Greek myths, and even historical

  • Spaghetti Salad

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    I’m not normally a fan of experiments that I make myself from scratch. I have always been a better editor than a creative, and that extends to cooking. I can take a recipe, make

Jan 24

Stardust of Yesterday (Lynn Kurland)

I would like to start off this review by saying that I have traditionally been a fantasy nut and a romance hater. As a general rule, I have felt that the genres were rather

Jan 20

Ender’s Game (Orson Scott Card)

Ender’s Game is one of those books that sits on the shelf of the library looking at you as you check out other books. You see it, but it looks kind of old, so

Jan 18

Born to Run (Mercedes Lackey)

When it comes to female fantasy authors, Mercedes Lackey is the Queen of Sardonic Wit. She also happens to be one my favorite authors, so I was not exactly crying when I read Born

Jan 16

Movie Review – Human Traffic

Every Saturday night, a friend of mine rents movies to watch (we never take him anywhere). When I am not going out, I watch them with him and a group of friends. Unfortunately, he

Jan 14


I’m pretty sick, well, I’m all drainy and my throat hurts. I really hope I can do updating tonight as well as watch Angel and do the reading for my classes. Oh

Jan 10


I think I’m psychic. Or at least getting there, because of a couple of things that have recently happened. 1. I went to see the Lord of the Rings and just knew I’d see