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What project does he want to shout from the rooftops? I thought as I read Richard Armitage’s Christmas message about a project he couldn’t mention yet. Inevitably, come fangirls will sigh it will fall short of some standard they set for him. There are some Armitage projects I don’t own like Pilgrimage (note to self: […]

People make inferences all the time, sometimes tinged with past experiences they miss something major, others times things give off a set of wordless vibes, tucked at the back of your mind until later. For instance, I knew my grade 7 Language Arts class, now called English Language Arts (ELA), had a different makeup of […]

Everyone I talked to either online or in real life says the same thing: Where did the time go? No clue on this one except life did feel lived on fast forward this year. After hoping for a challenge in my library job, I got it, in spades. Hence the radio silence/sporadic writing. Again, I […]

The Last Kingdom just released their new season en masse instead of weekly like they did last year. I suspect the algorithm discovered people bided their time and binged a few at a time or all of it. The show, in nutshell, deals with a Saxon-turned-Dane named Uthred as he walks between two worlds at […]

Last year, I listened to this song on repeat. To this day, I still haven’t seen The Greatest Showman and  the way they portray PT Barnum; Hugh Jackman can’t sing and dance his way around them. But this song, this song sung by Keala Settle…holy cow. For Keala Settle, even with Broadway experience, she talked […]

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a bookworm with good intentions, and poor time management skills, will end up taking all the books she took out back to the public library before her fine gets over 25 bucks. That bookworm is me. I get reading droughts, those long stretches of having 57 books and yet […]

College Fans have March Madness, fans of the written word have National Novel Writing Month aka NaNoWriMo. For me, it’s that time of the year to take an idea germ and grow it into a draft. I have done NaNo since 2008 with Talisin2012, who introduced me to this crazy, lovely concept. In the middle […]