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Geek to Geek #16 ft Melanie Minichino

https://youtu.be/qYFzyqhOZCw   I'm so excited to speak with Melanie Minichino on today's Geek to Geek! Melanie is an actress who has lent her talents to many projects. She is the promo voice for Disney Junior, and is the voice of Anya Corazon (Spider-Girl) on the Spider-Man animated series. She's also appeared in Agents of Mayhem,… Continue reading Geek to Geek #16 ft Melanie Minichino

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Film · Reviews

Days 354 – 365 | 365 Day Film Challenge

So, I've finally reached the end of the road. It's been such a fun, enlightening experience that I've decided that I'm going to do this for ANOTHER year (yes, I'm that crazy). If you would like to follow my Year Two journey, follow me on Letterboxd for early sneak peeks. Now let's get on to… Continue reading Days 354 – 365 | 365 Day Film Challenge

Books · Reviews

Otherworld by Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller | Book Review

Otherworld is basically Ready Player One (for millenials) mixed with The Hunger Games. The story follows Simon, a teenager who becomes extremely interested in a new VR game called Otherworld. One day, though, the girl he loves is in an accident and is unwillingly placed in a beta test for a new VR experience that… Continue reading Otherworld by Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller | Book Review

Film · Reviews

Days 344 – 353 |365 Day Film Challenge

So... we're almost at the end of the road (I actually am IRL, but I've been super lazy with posting my reviews). Enjoy the penultimate review round-up! (You can also follow me on Letterboxd to keep up with my movie-watching.)   DAY 344 - SAW: THE FINAL CHAPTER (2010) This is definitely one of the… Continue reading Days 344 – 353 |365 Day Film Challenge

Books · Reviews

Fully Functioning Human (Almost): Living in an Online/Offline World by Melanie Murphy | Book Review

Let me just say, I'm a big fan of Melanie's YouTube channel and her delightful personality, and was eager to get my hands on her memoir/advice guide. I wasn't disappointed. It felt like I was talking with one of my best girlfriends while reading this book, and I found the tips to be extremely helpful… Continue reading Fully Functioning Human (Almost): Living in an Online/Offline World by Melanie Murphy | Book Review

Books · Reviews

The Book of Esther by Emily Barton | Book Review

After seeing all of the glowing reviews for this book, I went into this novel with fairly high expectations. Sadly, I was left underwhelmed. The writing is gorgeous, and Barton knows how to set a scene. The only thing is, there was SO MUCH description that it made reading the book feel like a chore.… Continue reading The Book of Esther by Emily Barton | Book Review