Book Review :: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

  Perception and assumption can be deeply empowering, our own personal checks and balances, that gut feeling that is ever spoken of. They can be our safeguards, our protections, and our intuition.  But sometimes, perception and assumption can be dead wrong. Gone Girl brings to the bookshelf a tale where both are fatally wrong, deliciously … Continue reading Book Review :: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

30 day song challenge :: I was June and you were my Johnny Cash

30-Day Song Challenge :: Day 14 :: A Song That No One Would Expect You To Love There is something about Katy Perry that draws me in.  Her songs are catchy pop songs that stick in your head, and stay there. Her videos are over-the-top productions, as are her costumes and look changes. I suppose she … Continue reading 30 day song challenge :: I was June and you were my Johnny Cash

Book Review :: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

The eighties have become a nostalgic laden, cheese-induced stereotype that seems to be overused and overrun in every flashback radio weekend and throwback television and movie portrayal. It is all way over-the-top neon colors, headbands, leg warmers and a heavy rotation of one hit wonder hits such as Come On Eileen and I’ll Melt With … Continue reading Book Review :: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline