I am kind of ashamed that this book has sat on my shelf long enough that it qualifies as a Bottom Shelf review. I bought it the day it came out with every intention of reading it immediately, yet somehow a year has passed and I'm just now getting it read. Even more sad, the… Continue reading Bottom Shelf Reviews: Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman
The Graveyard Book has been on my TBR shelf since before it was published. I had an ARC for the book for several months before the book came out, and even started it, but for some reason never finished it. Then I went ahead and still bought a hard copy of the book when it… Continue reading Bottom Shelf Reviews: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
Is it really June already?!? How is that even possible? May was a busy month. I took a short road trip to Philadelphia with friends to see Neil Gaiman speak (one of the highlights of my life) and then another to New York City to see Darren Criss in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which… Continue reading CJ’s Bookshelf: May Reads
March is "Folklore" month in my reading challenge, so you may notice a common theme amongst a few of my reading selections this month (and it may lean more toward "Faerie tale" then folktale). See if you can pick out which novels that applies to. I am also in the process of reading a book of reimagined… Continue reading CJ’s Bookshelf: March Reads
On this day in 1997 Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered. I have a hard time believing that it was really 18 years ago – I can’t possibly be that old – but in two years we’ll actually be celebrating the 20th anniversary. Crazy, right? In honor of the premiere of one of my favorite television… Continue reading “But You’re Just a Girl” : Television and the ‘Strong Female Lead’ Pt. 1
I may not have a lot of experience reading graphic novels, but 'The Sculptor' by Scott McCloud is one of the best I've seen.
In which I share my struggles coming up with a good topic for my Master's thesis.