Misfit

16 Jun 19
Toronto Sun

All signs point to a dismal summer at the movies. This is not news. So long as Hollywood continues to put out mediocre sequels, prequels, remakes, reboots and retreads, people are going to stay away in droves. Bloomberg reports this week that there are several big duds in the making, with forecasts falling way short […]

16 Jun 19
PaulMcGV3

My Honest Opinion on Myself Hey, guys, I am back with an honest opinion blog and this one will be about myself and how I view things about myself. I was undecided on whether to do a blog like this because self-analysis used to be the major cause of my problems with mental health and […]

16 Jun 19
Abu Reviews

  Masculinity is a trait that has always been associated with the Cop genre in Malayalam cinema. The protagonist of most of these cop movies has always been about showing off their masculine side and also belting out long stretches of dialogue that has no relation to the plot whatsoever. Even if you take the […]

16 Jun 19
Ravings of a Manic Reader

Here’s the thing you should know about Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman’s books, they will leave you a mess by the time you’re done reading their book. I just finished Aurora Rising and I’m still in the middle of processing just what I read. I am also an idiot for reading this book right now […]

16 Jun 19
The Home of Alex Raizman

So my last post ended up turning into a nineties nostalgia trip. Most people know the nineties stuff that holds up well in modern times or was super popular at the time. Animaniacs, Power Rangers, Pokémon, Rugrats, you know the words, feel free to sing along. But the nineties, like the 80’s, were full of […]

16 Jun 19
Diary of Difference

Welcome to the 36th edition of my Down The TBR Hole Posts.
This weekend I have the hardest decision to make ever…

16 Jun 19
Mitchels Blog

The Who: This was the first and only book I’ve read thus far by Malcom Gladwell who is a Canadian (which I didn’t know till now) journalist, author, and speaker in his mid 50’s. He has published 5 books all of which have been New York Times best sellers. I actually have more books of […]

16 Jun 19
small points of light

Homily for the First Sunday after Pentecost (Trinity Sunday) Year C St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Richmond VA June 16, 2019 Lectionary Readings: Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31 Romans 5:1-5 John 16:12-15 Psalm 8   [Of note: In the Children’s Sermon immediately preceding this homily, we talked about the icon of The Holy Trinity by Andrei Rublev referred to […]

16 Jun 19
Musings of a misfit

It’s been 14 years since you’ve been away More than half of our lives you didn’t even know Yes, you didn’t even know How I got beaten up almost every day Without any reason but her bad mood You didn’t know How you said I was a liar and never believed anything I said But […]

16 Jun 19
TBR and Beyond

My rating: 3 out of 5 stars Genre: YA Fantasy Pages: 602 Pacing: Slow to normal Publisher: Inkyard Press Published:  April 30th, 2019   Trigger Warning: Addiction, Violence and Death.   Indulge your vices in the City of Sin, where a sinister street war is brewing and fame is the deadliest killer of them all…

16 Jun 19
But Why Tho?

BOOM! Studios revealed the first look at ‘Ghosted In LA #1,’ the first issue in a brand new comic book series from Sina Grace and Siobhan Keenan

16 Jun 19
Curvy Black Spiritual.

  During her life time, she occupied a strong position similar to that of the Iya Agan in the Igunuko society, hailing from IBIIDA now called “Bida” in Nupe land, she was one of the early sets of Tapas, who settled in Egbaland and brought with them the tapa egungun style of igunuko, as a […]

16 Jun 19
Women's Web: For Women Who Do

Her parents wanted her to make everyone happy and in turn, they desired to be praised for the great grooming project that they were forcing upon their little daughter. In 2019 our beloved writing contest, Muse of the Month gets bigger and better (find out how here) and also takes the cue from the words […]