Top Ten Tuesday – Bookish Items/Merchandise I’d Like to Own
Top Ten Tuesday / November 13, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme by That Artsy Reader Girl.This feature gives a weekly Top Ten list. We all love lists, right? This week’s theme is Top Ten Bookish Items/Merchandise I’d Like to Own This list is probably a bit scattered, just because that’s how I am. 🙂 And it would likely turn out very different on another day, just because there’s so much to choose from, I am picking on my current whim. OK, so I love jewelry, so my first picks are all bookish pieces I’d love to have: A necklace with a picture of needle? That says Valar Morghulis? YES, PLEASE! And because I also love the Targaryn sigil, I have to add this one as well: https://pyrrha.com/products/house-targaryen-talisman And while I have to confess, I’ve not yet read the Outlander series, I have been watching (and loving) the show, so this piece from Rock Love is also on my wish list. Now, to move past jewelry, I have to include some “writing gloves”. I love these from Storiarts!   And to keep with the warm and cozy theme, I need a good soft hoodie… kind of like this one. And while I am getting all warmed up, may…

Audiobook Review: Apocalypse Now Now by Charlie Human
4 Stars , Reviews / November 9, 2015

This was a book that intertwined things I absolutely loved with elements that kind of pushed my tolerance limits for weirdness. It  created a dichotomy for me while reading. Dark humor. Yes, there were so many lines in this that had me laughing out loud and feeling like I absolutely loved the book. Then it would switch and I would focus on the strangeness in this story, and I would be less sure. Some of the weird worked well for me. Porn star named Rumpelforeskin? Yep, I’m good with that.But some other elements, I wasn’t quite as taken by, but in general still liked. Baxter is our teenage protagonist, full of lust/love for his girlfriend, resentment and annoyance for his mentally handicapped brother, a complete lack of respect for, well, pretty much anyone. You know, the perfect kind of bad boy, just so wrong it is almost right type of character that you know you should not like in real life, but in fiction, you just can’t help but relish in his unfiltered, sardonic view of his life and those that surround him. Oh, and another thing about Baxter. He may be just sixteen, but he is quite the entrepreneur as…