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QUIZ ~ What’s my spirit animal?

Read the following paragraphs and decide which one feels most relatable to you. Take note of the color and scroll down for the next set of instructions. You do not have to agree with every single statement. There is also a “grey” option to choose if you feel that none of the other colors fit. […]

Film Review: Caesar and Cleopatra (1945)

“Caesar and Cleopatra” ~ The two-hour long film from 1945 is an adaptation of the George Bernard Shaw play from 1898. The somewhat historically accurate plot line follows the true political alliance between Julius Caesar (solider and eventual dictator of Rome) and Cleopatra Selene VII (queen of Egypt,) and explores the connection between each other. […]

The Captain & The Mermaid

[Part I] Conquest of the Mystifying Mermaid // [Part II] The Mermaid Ball // [Part III] To Be a Mermaid // [Part IV] Mother Mermaid // [Part V] The Lonely Mermaid Fuchsia, the pink mermaid, had been teleported from the beach with her new friend Rainbow, to an unfamiliar place of total darkness. Once again, she was completely alone. Where am […]

Book Review: Red Sparrow

Red Sparrow is a thrilling novel full of horror and passion. The story follows two characters: Dominika, a Russian, and Nate, an American — both tangled in the dangerous world of spying for opposing countries. Dominika is dedicated, passionate, thrill-seeking, and short-tempered. And Nate is a fiery man who is very clever and intelligent. He […]

The Scarlet Letter

“No man, for any considerable period, can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true.” Hello, my name is Hester Prynne. I have a story to tell. The scarlet letter “A” that I bare on my chest speaks for itself. What was […]

Do Things Differently…

I would not mind living a life that many people could not understand. If you are happy, and no one gets hurt, the details of your choices shouldn’t matter. But not everyone thinks that way. Many people have strict ideas in their head about how the world is supposed to be. Personally, I would simply […]

Mystery Monday ~ Vampires

Vampires are entities that require feeding on human blood or psychic energy in order to survive. The common myth is that anyone who is bitten by a vampire also becomes one. Vampires are immortal and cannot die in typical ways. They can only be destroyed by garlic, fire, and exposure to sunlight. The very first […]

Mystery Monday ~ Werewolves

Werewolves are entities that can shapeshift from human to wolf. The transformation may be done at will, although it usually happens beyond one’s control — trigged by aggression or more commonly a full moon. They may also be depicted as hybrids who are half-wolf and half-human. Just like vampires, werewolves are contagious: anyone they bite […]

Book Review: “Mad Love” ~ A Harley Quinn Novel

“Mad Love,” by Paul Dini and Pat Cadigan, follows the story of Harley Quinn: from a young girl to the very start of her legendary criminal career as Gotham’s most notorious supervillain. Little miss Harleen Quinzel was born and raised in Brooklyn by her mobster father and and stressed yet shockingly supportive mother, followed by […]

Wish Wednesday ~ my dream haunted house

I’ve already shown you my dream house; now it’s the perfect time of year to show you my dream haunted house. Be careful and don’t get spooked! Here we go… This is the living room, where we burn sage and talk to the dead. No need for TV — ghosts are much more entertaining! This […]


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