Earlier in the summer, I wrote about how I had found myself in a reading slump. To help myself break out, I picked three books to read in the month of July. Though the books definitely did bleed a bit into August, I read all three books and finally, FINALLY broke out of my reading … Continue reading Is Armada Worth All the Hype?
I can get into reading ruts easily where I jam-pack my reading sessions with all of the exact same book. So I decided to challenge myself a bit and read something a tad out of my comfort zone. Enter The Room by Jonas Karlsson. Here's a bit about the book: Funny, clever, surreal, and thought-provoking, this … Continue reading Book Review: The Room by Jonas Karlsson
When I got the opportunity to read and review an advanced copy of DC Super Heroes Origami by John Montroll, I was so incredibly excited. I mean, just check out this book trailer: Looks like a TON of fun, right? I couldn't wait to get my copy of the book. When it finally arrived, I was … Continue reading DC Super Heroes Origami Review, Or Kendall Sucks at Paper-Folding
I'm not gonna lie, I've always kind of love the nineties-tastic show The New Adventures of Lois and Clark starring Dean Cain and Terri Hatcher. It was one of those shows that I started watching as a kid, and even though I easily recognize the cheese factor of that show, it will always have a dorky … Continue reading Fallout: Lois Lane Book Review
The best way to prep you for this book review is to provide you with this quote from the book: "Well, I doubt you'll ever see a bigger insect." So if you're squeamish when it comes to spiders--even if it's only talking about spiders--this one might not be for you. You've been warned. You certainly … Continue reading A Doctor Who Book Review: The Crawling Terror
I talk often about my love of the awesomely bad horror film. I've even reviewed a few "craptastic" horror movies here on the blog (read them here and here). So when I got the opportunity to review a craptastic horror book, I couldn't pass it up. May I present to you, How to Survive a … Continue reading Book Review: How to Survive a Sharknado
Over the course of the summer months, I’ll be going through a reading list that I've created for myself. The books I've chosen have some sort of a supernatural, sci-fi, general geeky feel to them. Follow the hashtag #GeekySummerReads to hear me talk about the book I’m reading, and join in on the conversation yourself. … Continue reading Kendall’s #GeekySummerReads: Asylum