I had an epiphany recently about my favorite type of ship.
(“Ship” as in “fictional relationship,” not as in “boat.”)
I used to say my favorite was “enemies to lovers.”
I knew, though, that that description wasn’t quite right.
Then I watched The Rise of Skywalker and realized, “Duh…I like Hero x Villain ships.” Continue reading “Favorite Ship Dynamics”
I’ve watched maybe ten episodes of Friends in my entire life.
(Emer’s going to make me watch the series as homework. I just know it.)
I did the How I Met Your Mother Thing instead, which was…a mistake.
Continue reading “The F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Book Tag”
Certain fictional characters fill me with a powerful rage.
These characters are rude to my cinnamon rolls, use offensive terminology, emotionally abuse their loved ones, or just generally get on my nerves.
The following list contains characters I can never forgive.
(Note: Expect spoilers for every series under the sun…but mostly Harry Potter.)
(CW: discussions of sexual assault, slut-shaming, and emotional abuse ahead)
Continue reading “Never Darken My Doorway Again: Fictional Characters I Cannot Forgive”
Last month, Leelynn at Sometimes Leelynn Reads made an original Lost Girl Book Tag.
Though I’ve never watched Lost Girl, I love any excuse to do a tag. Continue reading “Lost Girl Book Tag”
So Netflix is developing a Six of Crows series.
I’m still waiting for news on Syfy’s Raven Cycle adaptation, but Six of Crows should satisfy me till then.
Real-life Jesper, please. Continue reading “Pre-Netflix Grishaverse Tag”
Confession: I was a brony.
Or…whatever the female equivalent is.
Continue reading “My Little Pony Book Tag”
When I get bored, I seek out book tags.
I mean, I have IDEAS and stuff, but they’re all so SERIOUS and my chest gets tight when I watch the news.
I need to have fun.
Obviously, that means knitting while bingeing “What/If.”
In terms of book tags…
…SUSY MADE A GALAVANT BOOK TAG!!!
Continue reading “Galavant Book Tag”