Wishful Thinking: A Top Ten List

In a perfect world*, the movie would always be as good as the book. This is rarely the case. It does happen occasionally (here are ten movies that are better than the book, I still stand by my belief that anyone who enjoyed the book version of The Last of the Mohicans is a pretentious liar).Continue reading “Wishful Thinking: A Top Ten List”

Vintage & Modern Reading Companions: A Top Ten List

Vintage and modern. Vintage and modern go together like “insert your favorite pair here”. It’s a lovely home décor style (see Schoolhouse Electric) and it makes for well-rounded interests in regards to books, movies, music, etc. I’d like to think of myself as an eclectic reader. I read a little bit of everything, even romance,Continue reading “Vintage & Modern Reading Companions: A Top Ten List”

Mixtape | American Gods

I will save you what would likely be a redundant review of American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Yes, it’s as amazing as everyone says it is. Yes, it’s intensely imaginative, epic in scope, and emotionally subdued. And yes, I am looking forward to HBO’s adaptation, tentatively scheduled to premiere late 2013. It’s almost enough toContinue reading “Mixtape | American Gods”

No suitably summative title could be found: A top seven list

This week’s top ten seven list: settings I would like to see more of in modern literature (as hosted by The Broke and The Bookish). I tend to take each novel as it is, there are few (if any?) I clutch and proclaim I must read this because it is set in “insert place here”. However,Continue reading “No suitably summative title could be found: A top seven list”

Future accomplishments: A top ten list

I’m not one to make New Year’s resolutions. Usually I just set reasonable goals throughout the year and follow through with those. With that being said, I see no reason why I should not at least try and come up with ten bookish goals (as hosted by the Broke and the Bookish) for 2013. IfContinue reading “Future accomplishments: A top ten list”