The Blog

This is a book and movie review blog originally started by Kate, but joined by Meg in early 2017. The two are voracious readers who occasionally experience slumps or get buried in a ridiculous amount of work. But they love books and write in this blog to keep them motivated with different challenges they participate in (especially the Goodreads Reading Challenge throughout the year).

The Authors

  • loves to read, watch movies, and write (writing crappy and sarcastic stuff that is)
  • used to be a hardcore blogger, even earning $$$ through blogging. Sadly, that part of me is long gone. I actually miss it! My blogging friends aren’t around anymore though. And it has been a new online community. 😦


  • loves to read, sing, and draw
  • likes fantasy, historical fiction, science fiction, juvenile, cookbooks
  • enjoys learning foreign languages (she can get really nerdy about this stuff).
  • has a fascination with East Asian culture

One thought on “About

  1. Hi ,

    I’m producing a project that I think might make a good news story, and I’m wondering if you’d be interested in writing about it?

    We’re creating a graphic novel adapting Richard Connell’s “Most Dangerous Game” into a sci-fi graphic novel. Hunt or be hunted!

    This is a project we’ve been putting together for a while, and we have excellent artwork. We are trying to not only produce a great and entertaining graphic novel, but make one that is accessible to students who may or may not have read Connell’s original work. I will even be including a teacher’s guide inside the book with questions and activities about the story.

    So far our project has been covered in the Examiner (http://www.examiner.com/article/the-most-dangerous-game) and on DigitalJournal (http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/2105205).

    More information about the project (including additional videos) is here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1210719219/the-most-dangerous-game

    Many thanks for your consideration!

    James Mascia

    p.s. If this isn’t something you think is appropriate for you to cover, I’d be grateful for any referrals to other reporters and/or bloggers covering sci-fi, writing, or comics. Thanks!”

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