It’s rare that I start a book I don’t finish. I have a thing about seeing things through to the end. Unless something really bothers me, I will usually stick with it, either in the hopes that it will get better, or because there’s something to keep me turning pages. I tend to care about … More Quick Book Review: W.A.R.P.: The Reluctant Assassin by Eoin Colfer
Take a look! It’s in a book! Reading Rainbow! You may have heard of the Reading Rainbow Kickstarter campaign, which has already doubled its initial goal of 1 million dollars, and in two days. If you loved the show, or want to help children learn to read, you owe it to yourself to check it … More Butterfly in the sky! I can go twice as high!
I have a confession to make. I sing in the car. There, I said it. Yes, when driving really anywhere, if there’s a song on the radio that I know some of the words to (which unfortunately, is most of them), I will join right in. I have a knack for memorizing songs really easily … More My Steering Wheel Thinks I’m a Fantastic Singer
By the time you read this, I will have spent two days at Anime Boston, my first anime convention. For those that don’t know, anime is the term applied to Japanese animation, things like the Pokémon TV show and films like Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle. They have conventions all over the world where … More Going to Anime Boston!
A friend of mine was looking for movie recommendations, and, since I keep an eye on Rotten Tomatoes, I recommended the highest rated movie at the time, The Lego Movie. She scoffed at this, turning her head away and mumbling “I don’t want to see that. It’s for two-year-olds.” While I saw The Lego Movie this … More Animation equals imagination