Book Review: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells

Rating * * * Book Review: It sort of fell flat for me. A great concept and classic that one should be excited to read, but not enough happening and a very slow start. I understand it’s a classic but I was expecting more. For me, it didn’t pick up until closer to the end and even the execution of the end is short lived. Not awful, but not great. It could have used a little more action and interaction. Continue reading Book Review: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells

Book Review: The Apocalyptic Mannequin by Stephanie M. Wytovich

Rating * * * * * Book Review: What’s not to love, or dread, about this poetry collection. You’re taken on a sea of nostalgia, nightmares – both good and bad! There’s a sudden, yet familiar feeling that shrouds your mind when reading. It’s a rare delicacy that if read in one sitting you might actually gain some awareness. Beautiful and tragic, but isn’t that the way of life? The Apocalyptic Mannequin is the meal you need to fill your hunger and your eyes with. Continue reading Book Review: The Apocalyptic Mannequin by Stephanie M. Wytovich

Lil Slothmare Pin Presale for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Followers, Fans, Friends & Family: Above is a pin inspired by my 2 favorite things: Sloths & Nightmare Before Christmas. I would like to put this cute little pin into production but need your help. Below is a link to where you can help. Each purchase will cover the cost of production and 10% of all proceeds will go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, my favorite charity. For Pin Presale Purchase and Information about the pin: Lil Slothmare for St. Jude Thank you in advance to those who participate!! ❤ Continue reading Lil Slothmare Pin Presale for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Book Review: There was Histrionic Laughter at the Clowns Cadaver by N. Alexsander Sidirov & Erin Peters

Rating * * * * Book Review: Not your typical poetry collection. It is remarkable, soothing and grip tightening. You want to scream, cry and laugh all at the same time. It makes you want to remember things good, bad and indifferent. It’s a beautiful collection. Continue reading Book Review: There was Histrionic Laughter at the Clowns Cadaver by N. Alexsander Sidirov & Erin Peters