The Only Constant

Active change is the hardest transformation an individual can make. It requires for one to take responsibility of who they are, what they've done, and what they're capable of. It is possible for every one in the world to change, for the better or for the worst. The direction taken is based on our response…

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Literacy Lunacy: Carol E. & John Barrowman’s Hallow Earth

If you watch the Doctor Who reboot, then you should know who John Barrowman is. Carol is his sister! Isn't that neat? A sibling duo wrote a book together. How rare is that? I read Hollow Earth for an event we had during my time as a bookseller and it was quite an interesting plot.…

Happy Valentine’s Day

Whether you're in a relationship or not, I'm wishing you the happiest of Valentine's Day! Today and everyday, every form of love is valid. Hug your parents, call your siblings and cousins, get your pet a nice treat or toy, appreciate the sexy beast looking back at you in the mirror, and/or head out somewhere…

More Sorrowful Than Glee

There seems to be a lot of tragedy that comes from this show. I've only watched a few handful of episodes with a friend, but I never followed it the way others have. Over the last decade, though, I've seen some sad things happen to both the cast and the show. The most tragic has…

Tale As Old As Time

It's been a bit since I last saw a movie in theaters. The last film I properly saw was Disney's Beauty & the Beast. I tried to see Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but my son wouldn't stay still, so we had to step out with him. Luckily, Guardians is now on Netflix, so…

Forever Gaga

There's a lot of things we don't think about, but one that finally got my attention is my liking of Lady Gaga. Weird topic, I get it, but I think that's why I like it and her. She's been interesting since day one. I think she featured on some other artist's break out song/music video…

Life’s a Hobby

For so long, I thought of my writing as nothing more than a hobby. It was instilled in me that's all it would ever be. Looking back, I realize that it was always so much more than that. It was my life. Throughout all of elementary, I would stay up late at night and write…