Hello readers!

Long time no see 😉

Yes, I’m a lazy idiot, but at least this is getting posted on time 😀

Anyway! So today, as you know, is video day! I’m catching up with the backlog of videos that I created when I first started doing this, so from now on they’ll be a little more current. I say a little more, I still want to try and keep filming plenty of time in advance so that I don’t get stressed and then forget to post and then give up all together, but yeah 😀

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Tracey Clark’s Blog Tour!

Hello readers!

Slight change of plan. I know I promised a haul post, but that will have to wait, because I have been invited to be be a part of Tracey Clark’s Blog Tour! Tracey’s new book, Shocking Finds (Amazon USBarnes & NobleKoboIndigoSmashwords), was released on Monday and honestly, I can’t wait to read it!

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Reel Redundant

The Prestige, Happy Feet, Friends with Benefits, Mirror Mirror, and White House Down. What do you think?

Eleventh Stack

As I’m not a fourteen-year-old girl and it’s not 2009, I wouldn’t call myself a Taylor Lautner fan. Granted, I haven’t seen everything in his filmography, but he’s a relatively competent actor in everything I have seen him in. When I learned about his latest film Tracers, I was intrigued that the premise sounded so similar to 2012’s Premium Rush, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Michael Shannon. Both feature bike messengers, some vague Asian mafia, crooked federal employees and also act as how-to guides of what not to do when you’re biking around a city.

Tracers distances itself from Premium Rush by adding parkour into the mix. I thought they were going to build up to the parkour, but no, they drop it in without much explanation. Are there really gangs of at-risk youth doing parkour in New York City? If so, I need to buy myself a…

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Amazon… A virtual marketplace, or Big Brother?

Woah… definitely not a good way to deal with this Amazon… That definitely sounds like an automated response to me…

imy santiago

A couple of weeks ago I read the third installment of a series I really loved. I will refrain from sharing the name of the novel and its author.

Like any reader, as soon as I finished reading, I wrote my review. When I tried posting it on Amazon (I did buy the eBook, just like any normal and decent human being would), I received a rather concerning email.

I will not share the screenshot of the email as it does contain the title of the book and name of the author. In its place I have copied the body of the email below.

Dear Amazon Customer,

Thanks for submitting a customer review on Amazon. Your review could not be posted to the website in its current form. While we appreciate your time and comments, reviews must adhere to the following guidelines:

Here I was, thinking I had included an…

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