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Five Books from 2018
2018 Looking back at last year, I didn't read much. These were the five books I read in my spare time and not for school. Majority of them were pretty disappointing. 1). I really enjoy reading about heists, so when my friend recommended Six of Cr (More)
Bullet Journalling, Is it Worth the Craze?
If anyone knows me in real life, they know that i'm extremely obsessed with all things stationery and organization. I have no clue when it started, but I have it. One things i've noticed is that there's a lot of other crazy nuts like me and some that (More)
The Gilded Wolves (Review)
This past week, I read The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi. I'd give it 4/5 stars. It was a really nice book, I'm actually kind of surprised because I haven't really liked a lot of the books I've been reading. The summary reflected the plot- (More)
The Gilded Wolves
Originally, I planned on doing a list of the top five books I'm most excited for that will be published in 2019. Except, I only know about one book that I'm interested in reading. The Gilded Wolves is written by Roshani Chokshi and I'm super excit (More)
Worth Your Time: Marie Kondo's Tidying Up
Many of us have new year resolutions that we never really do. Whether it's working out more, cleaning the house, or getting better grades, we all hope that we magically overnight have a complete do-over of last year. Let's be honest, no one really co (More)
Circle Review
Circle (2015) is a sci-fi thriller that was created by Aaron Hann and Marcio Miscone. The film can be found on Netflix which is where I watched it. This movie is 87 minutes long. As with most low budget movies you can find on Netflix, it is ve (More)
The Last Days of Night, a review by Cher Jiang
Graham Moore’s novel The Last Days of Night, set primarily in New York City of the late 1880s, revolves around a fascinating cast of characters who are all in some form tied to the War of Currents, which will decide who will have the legal rights to (More)
An Ember in the Ashes #4
Worth Your Time: Aquaman vs Into the Spiderverse
Two movies have been released this winter season as the new blockbusters for not only december but for the beginning weeks for January. I was fortunate enough to watch both movies without any expectations. They're both good movies in their own respec (More)
Daddy's Home 2
Daddy's Home 2 is a 2017 comedy movie starring Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson, and Will Ferrell. It was released to mostly negative reception, and I would have to agree. This movie is extremely bad, and not very funny. It is very painful to watch a (More)
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