Hey, guys! I am excited, if a bit apprehensive, to do a review of the classic Witchcraft movie The Craft. I know some people who love it while others hate it, and honestly, I can see both sides. I am sort of in the middle because I think there are some really good aspects of … Continue reading The Craft | MOVIE REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about all of the books that I read during the month of October. I read six books in total, which I am pretty proud of. I did not read even one book that was on my TBR for the month, but its fine because when do I … Continue reading October Reading Wrap Up!
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about one of my absolute favorite books that I have read this year and my favorite poetry collection that I have ever read, which is The Witch Doesn't Burn In This One by Amanda Lovelace. This poetry collection is chock full of feminism, women empowerment, sass, badassery … Continue reading The Witch Doesn’t Burn In This One by Amanda Lovelace | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am coming at you with a review of the second book in the Wiccan-Were-Bear series, A Flash of Fang. This series is one I have been obsessed with for years, and I still never get tired of it. It's so great. With that said, there is definitely many graphic, sexual scenes, and … Continue reading A Flash of Fang by R. E. Butler | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am really excited to come at you with a review of the first book in the Wiccan-Were-Bear series, A Curve of Claw. This is actually a book I've read many, many times. I used to read it on a daily basis, and that is totally because I never can get enough of … Continue reading A Curve of Claw by R. E. Butler | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hello! Yes, you read that right. I finally gave into the hype and read Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. I am sure that you all are aware that some really love this book, others really hate this book, and then there are those who don't love it and don't hate it. Initially, I hated … Continue reading Book Review: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” by J. K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne