TTT #40 Places where I would like to Live


Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Artsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is last week's topic: is Places in Books I would like to Live

I'm only going to list one place that is real and can be find in books. That place is Venice. 


America's Most Haunted Hotels

Author: Jamie Davis Whitmer

Genre: Non-fiction, travel

Summary: This is the travel-log of Jamie and Robert traveling around America and exploring the most haunted hotels. 

Review: I like reading about ghosts and haunted places. Do I believe in ghosts? Well...I'm a skeptic with an X-files poster of a UFO and big lettering saying: I want to believe. We're leaving it at that.


Dark Academia Book List

I have notices bloggers posting a list of recommending dark academia theme books. However, I'm going to put my two cents here and say that people are missing the point in what dark academia is. Dark Academia is foremost an aesthetic. It what I describe as being halfway between steampunk and gothic.

Now the idea of DA is the love of learning, discovery, and seeking intellectual knowledge. Mainly it the love of classical culture. It’s the love of the arts and of times gone by. 



 Author: Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Genre: Fantasy

Series:  The Kiesha'ra book one

Age: Teen

POV: 3rd person

Summary: The Serpiente and Avian have been at war with each for who knows how long. Danica only wants peace for her people. The only way to bring it is to marry Zane, king of the Serpiente. 


The House on Mango Street

 Author: Sandra Cisneros

Genre: Realist fiction

Age: YA, Adult

POV: 1st person

Summary: Esperanza live in the hose on Mango street. One day the family hope to have a house of their own that big enough for a yard. 


Rayna and the Last Dragon: movie review

Genre: fantasy

Rated: PG

Year of Release: 2021

Director: Don Hall & Carlos L√≥pez Estrada, 


Summary: Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. However, when sinister monsters known as the Druun threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, those same monsters have returned, and it's up to a lone warrior to track down the last dragon and stop the Druun for good.


The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum

Author: L. Frank Baum

Genre: Portal fantasy, classic

POV: 3rd person

Summary: You know the Wizard of Oz. Follow the yellow brick road with a scarecrow that wants a brain, a tin woodsman that wants a heart, and a cowardly lion that wants courage. They all go to the Emerald city to see the Wizard of Oz. Yeah that Wizard of Oz. What other wizard of Oz am I talking about? 


From Russia With Love

 Author: Ian Fleming

Genre: Spy thriller

POV: 3rd person

Age: Adult

Series: book #5

Summary: Beware of brunette women from Russia. The SMASH agency has a plot to kill James Bond. What way to get to a spy that has a weakness for women. 


Cats don't Dance: movie review

Genre: Animal, comedy, family

Rated:  G

Year of Release: 1997

Director: Mark Dindal

Summary: Danny, an ambitious singing and dancing cat, goes to Hollywood and overcomes several obstacles to fulfill his dream of becoming a movie star. However cats don't dance, nor does any other animal is a major part of any movie. Danny has a plan to get people to see what animals can really do. 


Bravest Warriors Vol 1: graphic novel

Author: Joey Comeau

Artist: Mike Holmes

Genre: sci-fic, humor

Age: Kids

Summary: Join Chris, Wallow, Beth and Danny, four 16-year-old heroes-for-hire, as they warp from galaxy to galaxy, saving alien races with the power of their...emotions. They're noble, righteous and totally bodacious!


TTT #39 Spring Cleaning


Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Artsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is last week's topic: is Spring Cleaning. For my spring cleaning I will be getting rid of books and giving them to my little cousin who like to read. 


Unexplainable Movies You has to Watch to Understand

What is an unexplainable movie? Well, my definition of one is when someone can't explain a movie without spoiling the plot or the movie itself has a multi-layer concept that explaining to someone will not do it justice. You just have to watch the movie to fully understand the concept.

Then again you can't fully understand any movie without watching it. You can go your whole life listening to people talk about a movie and get the juice of what it about, however, your not going to truly know a movie until you watch it.

The movies on this list can only be described in a few words before throwing your hand up in the air and shouting I don't know.