The Family Fang

Author: Kevin Wilson

Genre: Realistic fic

Age: YA, Adult

POV: 3rd person

Summary: Mr. and Mrs. Fang called it art. Their children called it mischief. Performance artists Caleb and Camille Fang dedicated themselves to making great art. But when an artist’s work lies in subverting normality, it can be difficult to raise well-adjusted children. Just ask Buster and Annie Fang. For as long as they can remember, they starred (unwillingly) in their parents’ madcap pieces. But now that they are grown up, the chaos of their childhood has made it difficult to cope with life outside the fishbowl of their parents’ strange world.


The Death of Stalin: movie review

The Death of Stalin PosterGenre: Drama, comedy, history

Rated: R - Languages

Year of Release: 2018

Director: Armando Iannucci

Summary: Moscow, 1953. After being in power for nearly thirty years, Soviet dictator Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (Adrian McLoughlin) takes ill and quickly dies. Now the members of the Council of Ministers scramble for power.


TTT #35 Books that feature music

Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Artsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is last week's topic: Titles That Would Make Good Band Names with a twist. Instead I going to do a list of books that feature music. 


Jailbait Zombie

Jailbait Zombie Jailbait Zombie by Mario Acevedo
Author: Mario Acevedo

Genre: Paranormal, Mystery

Age: older YA, Adult

POV: 1st person

Series: Felix Gomez book 4

Summary: Vampire detective Felix Gomez has seen a lot of weird things since becoming one of the undead. Now he comes face-to-face with the worst sort of undead. To stop a ravenous army of zombies, Gomez must team up with a precocious teen with clairvoyant powers whose cooperation comes at a prices: she won’t help unless Felix makes her a vampire…if the zombies didn’t get her first. 


TTT #34 Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About

Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by theArtsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is last week's topic: Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About (This is for the books you liked, but rarely come up in conversation or rarely fit a TTT topic, etc.)

1. Bad Unicorn 

Author: Platte F Clark

You heard of sci-fic fantasy? While Bad Unicorn is fantasy sci-fic. A total flip of the genre. Its about a boy who found this magical book that transport him to the future where he has to fight Princess, a princess robot unicorn. I don't exactly know where to put this book on my shelf. Fantasy or sci-fic?


I Know What You Did Last Summer

I Know What You Did Last Summer I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan

Read: Non-spoiler review

Author: Lois Duncan

Gene: Mystery, Thriller

Age: YA

POV: 3rd person

Summary: They made a pact never to talk about it again. And they didn’t until the note. One short sentence is enough to shatter their lives. Someone knows what they did and that someone wants revenge. 


Another Version of You: Movie Review

Another Version of You PosterGenre: Magic Realism, romance

Rated: ?? PG-13*

Year of Release: 2018

Director: Motke Dapp


Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge #2

This week's topic: Topics I could give an impromptu speech on.

There are quite a few topics I can talk deeply about.

1. Pre-historic history - Having to hear dinosaur facts from my older brother everyday of my life (not really) it has rub off on me, as while as my little brother.

2. Any time period in history - I'm a huge history buff. There are some period history I can talk more then others. The three main ones you has to sit down for are pirates and the age of sail,  the Aztecs, and the Victorian era.

3. Movies - mainly on the history and making of movies.

4. Botany -  This is what I'm studying now so I'm going to know a lot of detail about the anatomy of plants.

5. Chickens - I use to own chickens and that was the topic I pick in speech class. I can talk in great detail about the care and benefits of these birds.


Journey Through Fiction: Roald Dahl

Loosely base off the book. Nice animation but the story is easy forgettable. 
A once in a while whenever I feel like posts. In which I talk about different topics in the realm of fiction. It gives me free ranges and original content.
Today's topic is about the life of Roald Dahl. Plus some mini-review on books, movies, and a video.


Franny and Zooey

Franny and Zooey Franny and Zooey by J.D. Salinger

Author: J. D Salinger

Genre: realistic fiction

Age: YA/NA

POV: 3rd person

Summary: After a mental break down at collage Franny move back in with her parents and her brother, Zooey. 


Book Bloggers Hop #5

Topic: Share a photo of one section of your bookshelf randomly selected or go ahead and show the whole bookcase.