It is Pride Month and we should find different ways to bring awareness to the constant fight for justice, visibility to sexual, genre, and cultural diversity, and the importance of human rights. Let's remember why Pride is possible, who were the ancestors who riot for justice and for all our rights. We all are family… Continue reading 5 books to read for Pride Month!
So... we have finally reached this month! Against all odds, the world is still standing, and humanity is still fighting back! The nights are quiet, and the days are desolated. We are all cloistered at home, and others cannot enter unless we give them our permission. Based on lore, they can see us from our windows,… Continue reading 5 vampire books that prove that we are children of the night…
If you are like me, you might be really into deep gay romance, rom-com, and really up for a dramatic ride of “OMG! Kiss!” to “OMG! How dare you!!” to the point of grunting at every wrong move the characters do and you still are so masochist that you keep on reading or watching! –… Continue reading What are some of the best gay stories of all time?
Imagine getting a call offering you the resolution of one of your biggest problems, and the only thing you have to do will be to return the favor by getting rid of someone else’s biggest problem. A win-win situation, right? or so Jazz thought. Buy it here for $16 Jazz has this one-time-life-changing option to… Continue reading The Kill Club by Wendy Heard ― Are anti-vaxxers living God’s way?
Phil Stamper's debut novel comes with great surprises and such a modern turn and subject matter. The following review of the book "The Gravity of Us" is simply a reaction and the sharing of my experience with the audiobook and what I think in general about it. As the story moves into the incredible lives… Continue reading Phil Stamper ― The Gravity of Us ― “I’m a planner. Plans can change, I’m cool with that, but not having a plan at all? It terrifies me.”
In these times of quarantine, we need to keep calm and hang on! We need to avoid the mass hysteria and the hoarding of sanitizing products since we all need to be healthily and protected to avoid the spreading of any virus or sickness! A lot of us have been sent to work from home… Continue reading Best books to read when you have to #StayHome and when practicing Social Distancing!
I remember that I really liked the concept of “Mr. Hyde” from “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!”, and how he had to drink a potion to transform into that building jumper monster! You have seen that character in so many stories, from the Looney Tunes to movies like The League of… Continue reading You know he is there even if you cannot see him… “The Invisible Man” Review
The covid 19 or better know the coronavirus is swarming not only countries like Italy but also our news feeds in all social media and news platforms. As we keep in mind that we have to be extremely careful use to prevent this like using alcohol-based hand rub, avoid physical contact, buy face masks and… Continue reading 5 books that go over future results of a pandemic catastrophe!
Many entertainment junkies are looking for reviews of Honey Boy, which has a great rating in Rotten Tomatoes, an accomplishment on its own, and these entertainment fanatics might even be looking for some criticism about the latest Harrison Ford’s new movie “The Call of the Wind”. However, I have not watched any of those so… Continue reading Alena Dillon ― Mercy House ― “Our Shero”
Stephen King is clearly one of the most prominent authors for the incredible amount of titles that he publishes yearly; for example, "The Institute" was published in 2019 and right after that, he announced his upcoming title "If It Bleeds", which I have pre-ordered, and for his success rate of books to movie/TV adaptations. "The… Continue reading Stephen King ― Revival ― “A shadow fell over him”