TV Series Review: I Am The Night

The Black Dahlia Murder of 1947 has fascinated detectives and amateurs alike for years. There are few people in America who haven't heard of the horrific murder of Elizabeth Short, known more commonly as the Black Dahlia. But most probably don't know anything about one of the main suspects: George Hodel. I love true crime … Continue reading TV Series Review: I Am The Night

TV Series Review: Riverdale

This series has been on my radar since it started airing at the beginning of 2017. And since the third season just started, I thought it would be the perfect time to binge-watch the first two seasons. There is one main reason I avoided this drama like wildfire and one reason I finally decided to … Continue reading TV Series Review: Riverdale

Halloween Creatures Book Tag

I saw this tag come out a few days ago and, since it's Spooktober and I was looking for some fun book tags, I thought this one would be perfect. The original creator is Anthony from KeepReadingForward. As always, I was not tagged and I will not be tagging anyone. Okay, let's go! Witch A … Continue reading Halloween Creatures Book Tag

Korean Drama Review: Second Twenties

It’s been a while since I did a review which was not for a book and since I absolutely love foreign TV shows, particularly ones from China and Korea, I thought I’d share with you guys my thoughts about another one I just finished. Release: Aug. — Oct. 2015 Episode Count: 16 episodes. Plot Synopsis: … Continue reading Korean Drama Review: Second Twenties

Book Review: Death Comes As the End by Agatha Christie

When most think of Agatha Christie, a cheeky Belgium detective with an egg-shaped head or a sweet old lady who knits too much and has a knack for solving strange deaths comes to mind. The first book I read by Agatha Christie was Death on the Nile back when I was twelve or thirteen and … Continue reading Book Review: Death Comes As the End by Agatha Christie

Wattpad vs. Fictionpress: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

A while back (in the couple months last year when I was doing Daily Thoughts), I talked briefly about my experiences on some book sharing websites like Wattpad and Fictionpress. But I felt that a quick post about it really wasn’t enough to get all my thoughts onto the page. So I’ve finally got around … Continue reading Wattpad vs. Fictionpress: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Book Review: A Zombies Christmas Carol by Jim McCann

I discovered this book a couple months ago when I was reading another blogger’s review of it and immediately I had to put it on my TBR. Although I rarely enjoy comics in general, I happen to love modern, darker twists on classics, whether it is the gruesome Pride and Prejudice and Zombies or the … Continue reading Book Review: A Zombies Christmas Carol by Jim McCann

Book Review: The Color of Magic by Terry Pratchett

This book is the first book of Pratchett’s infamous fantasy series Discworld, and the third book I have read in this series (following Soul Music and Guards! Guards!). It was originally published 1983 and is Pratchett’s first full published book. The story revolves around a pretty useless wizard Rincewind who offers his services as a … Continue reading Book Review: The Color of Magic by Terry Pratchett

Korean Drama Review: The Master’s Sun

Way back in 2013, I missed this drama coming out, which is completely ironic considering I watched both the dramas occupying the same time slot as this drama on SBS before and after (I Hear Your Voice before and The Heirs after). And yet I somehow missed this one until now—nearly four years later. Which … Continue reading Korean Drama Review: The Master’s Sun