Everyday Cosplay: Slytherin

With my recent re-sorting into Slytherin, I decided that I needed to update the last Harry Potter-themed everyday cosplay I did a while back to reflect my proper house. While my Gryffindor everyday cosplay was a bit brighter and more colorful, I felt like a Slytherin would keep their look a bit more sleek with some … Continue reading Everyday Cosplay: Slytherin

Getting Sorted Into Slytherin Isn’t a Bad Thing

I'm sure you've heard the rumbling around the Harry Potter fandom. After the re-launch of Pottermore, many fans have discovered that the Sorting Hat quiz was re-invented as well. Many of us took it, and the results shook us to our core. Sure, maybe we fudged our answers the first time around and took the new Sorting … Continue reading Getting Sorted Into Slytherin Isn’t a Bad Thing

Top 5 Movie Reimaginings of Classic Literature

I love books, and I love reading. Classic literature has always held a special place in my heart, and even though it can be tough to slog through at times, I love it. I mean, I was an English major in college. I'm ALL ABOUT classic lit, y'all, and I get so excited when I … Continue reading Top 5 Movie Reimaginings of Classic Literature

Where Futures End Blog Tour

I love stories that have to do with time travel and crazy plotlines, so when I got the chance to take a peek at the new book, Where Futures End by Parker Peevyhouse, I jumped at the chance. The story is a middle grade/YA book that tells five stories of five teens in five different time … Continue reading Where Futures End Blog Tour

It’s Totally a Real Job: Kathleen Smith, Author

In this week's installment of It's Totally a Real Job, I'm chatting with Kathleen Smith, a blogger and the author of the upcoming book, The Fangirl Life: A Guide to Feeling All the Feels and Learning How to Deal. If you read Sam Maggs' The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy, Kathleen's book should be right up your alley! … Continue reading It’s Totally a Real Job: Kathleen Smith, Author

A Book for Geeky Business Owners

I've talked a bit about managing a full-time job and a blogging schedule, but what about if you're trying to launch a geeky business? Selling products that are perfect for geeks is a unique task all its own. How do you make it work? How do you actually make money at a convention? Have I … Continue reading A Book for Geeky Business Owners

Classic Horror on My October Reading List!

We have officially begun my favorite part of the year! CELEBRATE!!! October - early January is my ABSOLUTE favorite time of the year. The weather is cooler, there are loads of holidays to celebrate in that time, and it all starts now. October is the perfect way to kick off my favorite time of the … Continue reading Classic Horror on My October Reading List!

Chatting with Gwenda Bond about Lois Lane: Double Down

A few months ago I read--and promptly fell in love with--Gwenda Bond's first Lois Lane novel, Fallout. So when I heard about Gwenda writing a second Lois Lane novel, Double Down, I got incredibly excited. Check out the amazing working cover: Here's a bit from the official press release: DC Comics’ iconic character Lois Lane … Continue reading Chatting with Gwenda Bond about Lois Lane: Double Down

Harry Potter Treats That Are Perfect For Fall

I'll admit it: I'm a stereotypical white girl who loves fall, leggings, boots, and her pumpkin spiced lattes, and I'm totally not sorry about it. Still, even I think that the pumpkin love can go a bit overboard at times. I love my pumpkin spiced lattes, pumpkin break, and pumpkin cookies, but there are SO … Continue reading Harry Potter Treats That Are Perfect For Fall

Book Review: You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)

I've been excited about Felicia Day's memoir since the moment it was announced. When it was first available for pre-order, by some magical act of providence, I had recently been given a Barnes & Noble gift card. If you know me, B&N gift cards make it maaayyybeee 1 hour before I buy ALL THE BOOKS … Continue reading Book Review: You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)