I hate magical realism.

I like contemporary. I’m not denying that. I definitely lean that way, but I’ve also enjoyed quite a few fantasies. I’m able to enjoy fantasies. But when the two collide, I find it revolting. Magical realism is a genre of fiction where something extraordinary occurs in an otherwise perfectly normal or mundane setting. The scene opens with Joe brushing his

July 2017 Wrap-Up

events – We celebrated 3 years of marriage. I kind of like him more every year. =) – We took a mini vacation to Florida. Which I summarized here (spoilers: we saw the beach, a dolphin, and ate ice cream). I didn’t take a lot of photos, but we had a great time. – I tried Camp NaNoWriMo. And didn’t do spectacular but at least

Office Tour!

I had intended to write a review post today over cruelty-free skin care products, but I left one of the products at work so…new plan! I’m inviting you into my home office, where all the magic happens. I’ve been meaning to do a post like this forever, then I forgot about it, then Paper Fury did a post on it

10 “new to the queue” books.

I know I just did a post like this last month, but I’ve added a lot of books to my tbr thanks to many deals from Amazon and renewed interest in Star Wars. (Most of them are graphic novels because apparently that’s all I have time for these days.) This post is also inspired by Jamie’s “new the the queue”