Category Archives: Ranting and Raving

A catch-all place for my thoughts on anything and everything.

Nostalgia

We’re all familiar with nostalgia. Sometimes it seems like Hollywood, and really the rest of the entertainment industry, is leaning heavily on the nostalgia fad, rebooting anything and everything they can Continue reading

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Audience

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about audience. Or, more specifically, the weirdness of liking something that’s not aimed at you. Continue reading

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On the Hunt

“Look around, look around, at how lucky we are to be alive right now…” -Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton: The Musical There are some moments where you feel like you’re part of history happening. Sometimes those moments are big and revolutionary. Sometimes, … Continue reading

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Do you Gorge, or Graze?

I’m more of a grazer. I read a chapter or two a night, maybe another one or two during the day… Continue reading

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Lost in Sherlock

I’ve been kind of lacking on book posts recently, mainly because I haven’t been reading books, plural, so much as book. Continue reading

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Fanfiction

I like fanfiction, because in its own way, it’s a little bit like literary analysis. Continue reading

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Lucy’s 5 Tips for Surviving NaNoWriMo

It’s November again, and you know what that means, kids. No, not time to bust out the Christmas decorations…time to write like crazy idiots for a month! Continue reading

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