Monthly Archives: March 2015

Book Review: Batman Beyond 2.0: Justice Lords Beyond

I can not adequately express how annoyed I continue to be with the way that trade paperback graphic novels fail to label their books. Even though¬†Batman Beyond 2.0: Justice Lords Beyond (graphic novel 166 pages) was another great addition to … Continue reading

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Movie Review: the Legend of Korra Book Four: Balance

I recently picked up the entire Legend of Korra series because I’d read so many good reviews about the series as a whole. So while I might have purchased them a long time ago, I only recently started taking the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: the Legend of Korra Book Three: Change

I recently picked up the entire Legend of Korra series because I’d read so many good reviews about the series as a whole. So while I might have purchased them a long time ago, I only recently started taking the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: the Legend of Korra Book Two: Spirits

I recently picked up the entire Legend of Korra series because I’d read so many good reviews about the series as a whole. So while I might have purchased them a long time ago, I only recently started taking the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dune

The next book for my Readings in the Genre: Science Fiction Classics for my Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University was Dune (Science Fiction¬†511 pages) by Frank Herbert. This book is so massive that … Continue reading

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Movie Review: the Legend of Korra Book One: Air

I recently picked up the entire Legend of Korra series because I’d read so many good reviews about the series as a whole. So while I might have purchased them a long time ago, I only recently started taking the … Continue reading

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Book Review: the Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester

The next book for my Readings in the Genre: Science Fiction Classics for my Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University was The Stars My Destination (Science Fiction¬†212 pages) by Alfred Bester. I was pleasantly … Continue reading

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Book Review: More Than Human by Theodore Sturgeon

The next book for my Readings in the Genre: Science Fiction Classics for my Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University was More Than Human (Science Fiction 186 pages) by Theodore Sturgeon. Science Fiction is … Continue reading

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The Asexual Friend

So what’s it like to be friends with someone who is Asexual? (And, just to be fair, I am speaking about me as a person, not making comments about Aces as a whole). Anyone who has ever actually met me … Continue reading

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