Monthly Wrap-Up March and a Look At 2017 So Far

Holy frost from the seven hells, I feel like time has just rushed past me, leaving me behind in its dusty, sandy wake. I’ve been away from this blog for a month! And boy, has that month been a terrible one for me. I didn’t get any writing done. I only watched some YouTube video.…

Monthly Wrap Up February

  Hey guys, how’s 2017 been so far for you? We’re 2 months in! Time really flies by! I hope 2017 has been treating you well! It’s been a while since I last did a wrap-up, so I’ve a lot to talk about. 2017, for me, has been a year of change. And I’m super…

Our 2¢ On: Rogue One: a Star Wars Story

Good day everyone, it’s been more than half a year since the last Our 2¢ post, and this one has been gestating for a while. I just haven’t gotten to editing it (sorry, Max!) This time around we’ll be discussing our thoughts on Rogue One: a Star Wars story. Our 2¢ is Max’s idea, and…

Ten of My Favorite Romance Tropes

It’s Valentine’s Day. Love is in the air! And appropriately enough, this week’s Top Ten Tuesday (by the Broke and the Bookish) is All About Romance Tropes/Types. It took me a while to put together this list. Initially, I had a hard time listing out what romance tropes even exist. And then the dam broke…

Movie Review: XXX – Return of Xander Cage

xXx: Return of Xander Cage tells the story of Xander Cage, a technically dead super-agent who is summoned from his “retirement” when a gadget that turns satellites into intercontinental ballistic missiles falls into the wrong hands. He assembles a team and together they work to retrieve the gadget back. It’s been 12 years since the last…

Monthly Wrap Up: November

Hi everyone, how was your November? I hope it was a great month for you! As for me, well, I’m torn between thinking of it as a good month and a poor month. On one hand, I won NaNoWriMo! On the other hand, everything else suffered, as you’ll see in the list down below. And since…

Ten Favorite Movies

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by the folks at the Broke and the Bookish. Each week has a different theme where participants try to come up with ten things to fit the theme. This week is Movie Freebie. I chose to do ten favorite movies.

Monthly Wrap Up: October

Hello, everyone! How has October been for you? It’s been a nice month for me. I’ve enjoyed myself quite a bit. With my previous novel’s first draft done and dealt with, I suddenly found myself with more time to spare, so I went ahead and prepared some blog posts for November. It’s a good thing…

Monthly Wrap Up: September

Hello, everyone. How has your September been? The unproductivity bug still has me in its clutches. I had all these visions of what my six month break would be like and it has not been what I expected. I’ll be lucky if I complete 50% of what I had planned. Half of me is wondering…

Monthly Wrap-Up: August

Hi, how has August treated everyone? There’s four more months until the end the year. Time sure flies, doesn’t it? I’ve had an unproductive month. Just wasn’t able to put in the effort for a lot of things and was easily distracted. I guess that last week of rushing my thesis caught up to me.…

Our 2¢ on: Suicide Squad

Good day everyone, today my friend Max and I will be discussing Suicide Squad, the latest film in the DC Extended Universe. The format is simple, each of us answers short questions about the film. Max came to me with this idea, and thought it would be fun to have two opinions on board. There…

Monthly Wrap Up: July

Hello everyone, how has July been for you? The first two weeks of the month were pretty easy going for me. I played a few games and managed to squeeze some time to watch two anime series somehow. The second half of the month flew by in a blur. I had some last minute stuff…

Movie review: Finding Dory

Finding Dory is the sequel to Finding Nemo, Pixar’s 2003 computer-animated film about Marlin, an overprotective clownfish, who lost his son, Nemo. Together with an adorable regal tang named Dory, Marlin embarked on an adventure of a lifetime to find his son.

Movie Review – Captain America: Civil War

It’s hard to believe that Captain America: Civil War is only the thirteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It feels like there should be a lot more already, no doubt the perception is affected by the movies produced by Fox. And it’s only going to increase from here on out, with three MCU films coming out…