Required Romance Reading: “The Unidentified Redhead”

Tiffanie: For February we chose a romance novel, because of the Valentine’s Day thing. So we searched for a romance novel with a heroine that wasn’t completely innocent (*cough 50 Shades cough*) and had a sense of humor that was similar to ours: meaning sarcasm. Through Goodreads and Amazon we came across Clayton’s novel “The […]

Let’s Talk: Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Granted this will be a one sided conversation but a conversation nonetheless – basically you get to hear my opinion and then if you have any opinions that’d be cool, and then you can write a comment which would be even cooler, and then I’ll respond because I like chatting with people and then EVERYTHING […]

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: Thoughts and….. I’m not sure

Quick recap: this month’s Required Reading (more info about that here, if you’re new to our site) was Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s.   Now that that’s settled… I guess you could say I’m a little disappointed. But it’s not really Capote’s fault. I blame myself because I decided to watch the movie first rather […]

Stanley Kubrick, This Ain’t Some Visionary *Bleeeeep*

(NOTE: The Italic parts are Miranda interjecting, she didn’t have internet at the time I wrote this so she went and added her parts in after the fact. Now on to the post!) You all get a little more content than a normal week! On Halloween, per the brilliant decision of Miranda, *That’s me!*, we decided to […]

The Shining by Stephen King, Tiff’s Take

First let me say, that I’m not highly read in the King universe. I’ve had some exposure with Uncle Stevie when he was a guest columnist on Entertainment Weekly. Here’s two of my favs (1) (2). That being said, I also don’t gravitate towards the horror section. I’m an easy sell in the Young Adult […]

Required Reading: October – The Shining

There is something you should probably know about me: I hate any horror filled related thing. Now here’s to say that I just don’t find the idea of scaring myself a great thing to do, I’d rather spend my times doing other activities or even sleeping honestly. So then why pick Stephan King’s, The Shining? Well I […]