Featured Book: The Cavendish Home For Boys and Girls (2012)

Overview: This story takes place in a small town with very particular, pretty people. Victoria, who prides herself on her perfect grades, tidy appearance, and successful parents, has only one friend Lawrence. Untidy, quiet but very talented musically, he one day disappears after acting very strangely at school. Unable to shake an uncomfortable feeling somethingContinue reading “Featured Book: The Cavendish Home For Boys and Girls (2012)”

Introspection: Review of web comic Space Boy

(This is a promotional poster for Stephen McCrainie’s Space Boy. Feel free to check it out at his online store!) This is a rather unconventional review for me. I don’t usually accredit myself as an avid comic follower unless you count maybe twenty manga I still read. But on a whim, after seeing so manyContinue reading “Introspection: Review of web comic Space Boy”

Book Review: The Lantern’s Ember (2018)

(Mmmmm, look at that beautiful Halloween inspired cover.) “In my experience,” the lantern began, his voice soft, ” places liked the oceans or the heavens, an undiscovered forest, a great underground chasm, or the mystery of a woman’s heart and mind are not the end of the journey but the beginning. Do not let yourContinue reading “Book Review: The Lantern’s Ember (2018)”

First off, A list of Pending Favorite Books

Strange to think about, but there are some books or series I haven’t been with long enough to know if they really are my favorites. Again, these posts are basically for myself, but if others enjoy them then I have no complaints! Also, this list may grow bigger over time as I scan the archivesContinue reading “First off, A list of Pending Favorite Books”

Mansfield Park (1999), A pleasant surprise

Mansfield Park (1999) is a romantic comedy-drama film based on Jane Austen’s original novel. It references Austen’s earlier writings before she was a more widely known author, including her work The History of England (1791). Directed by Patricia Rozema, the film tells on its surface a story of the dramas which occur within a wealthy English family from the heroine Fanny Price’s perspective. ThereContinue reading “Mansfield Park (1999), A pleasant surprise”