Yesterday I talked about the new characters in the season premiere of season 11 of Doctor Who. Today, I’m talking about plot, because this is a writing (and books and lifestyle) blog, so I’m breaking down the writing choices made in this episode.
On October 7th fans of Doctor Who LOST THEIR MINDS when Jodie Whittaker took to the screen as the 13th Doctor. When she was announced to be the first female incarnation of the beloved character there were VERY mixed reactions; however, she seems to have won most fans hearts over with her quirky mannerisms and general talent. And while I agree with most fans reactions of her, I have some reservations about some other things from the season premiere.
So Blue Bloods itself was a really interesting series de la Cruz has an interesting take on her vampire mythology by making them fallen angels and by the end of the series I was on the edge of my seat- a lot different reaction then my review to the pilot book. I felt the characters became more interesting and fleshed out, the story was completely saturated in extensive and detailed world building, and it was a vivid and actually great series to read.
I have very sensitive skin and very curly Irish frizzy hair, a lot of times (especially when I worked at a drug store) I would get people who ask me what I recommend for unmanageable hair and skin. So I thought it would be the perfect post for back to school! I’m in no way a beauty blogger and this is all what I’ve found works for me through trial and error. Here we go!
Whenever I scroll through my Twitter or Pinterest I always get a lot of cute graphics about #BookwormProblems. (Now, I consider myself a Book Dragon, but that is completely beside the point.) Today I’m going to tell you some of my favorite (and relatable) #BookwormProblems.
This book was recommended to me by a good friend and I was initially really interested. I loved Melissa de la Cruz’s Disney Descendants books and I was really hopeful to like this series, too, because I LOVE vampires. I was really disappointed when it didn’t become my new favorite series.
I think Braswell did a wonderful job of keeping true to Belle’s character while also making her fit into the new story she created.
As of May 12, 2018 I am the proud owner of a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing and a minor in Business from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Yes, it’s a mouthful. A friend and I were talking a few days ago […]
Madison may be my new adventure, but Boston will forever be my home and if you ever find yourself there don’t take your time there for granted because it is truly a very special city.
Last month Disney released their Rainbow Love Mickey Ears from the new Rainbow Mickey Collection. (image from elitedaily) Some people absolutely loved this new development (me included). It can’t be denied that any effort to acknowledge and celebrate the LGBTQ community has the potential to make a positive impact. https://t.co/drDcrCICZU […]
I am who I am. I am a makeup-loving, heels wearing, skirt flouncing lesbian and I am so proud of that!
After a year of fighting back and forth with my OBGYN after the second cyst I got a third about a year ago.
On May 12th, 2018, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Creative Writing and a minor in Business from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. I held three leadership positions as Campus Correspondent, Entertainment Editor, and Social Media Manager for MCLA’s chapter of Her […]
This YA Paranormal series pulled me in and didn’t let go. Hunter has a way of making me get just frustrated enough with the characters keeping their realness as teenagers, while also giving them incredible agency over the problems in their lives.
Every Valentine’s Day for the last 6 years has been hard for me. Every year I see my friend’s getting to be cute and cuddly while the love of my life is across the country. I cry. Every year. And when I’m done crying I read the cute cards Josie […]