Tag Archives: classic

How to Murder Your Life by Cat Marnell

Lend me your ears, young scribes, and let me take you on a methamphetamine-fueled escapade guaranteed to have your jaws a-droppin’. This fucking book. I stumbled across this whirlwind of a memoir during one of my weekly Amazon book-buying binges. The … Continue reading

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Rad Women Worldwide by Kate Schatz

I was going to post a review about this book the day after the women’s march, but after seeing some of the ignorant, down-right sexist comments on social media I decided it was best to shut down the engines and … Continue reading

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October OwlCrate

  In honor of my website hitting 5,000 views earlier this week (what the even heck), I made a vlog about this month’s OwlCrate box! I apologize in advance for the vulgarity, I have a mouth of a drunken sailor … Continue reading

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Not for the first time in my life and certainly not the last, I found myself reading a book ten years after I should have. Dozens of my friends and random strangers have shrieked in nerd-horror when I would tell them I’ve never … Continue reading

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