his time, Peter isn’t a sidekick. He doesn’t have his mentor to fall back on, and the pressure compounds on the snapped-back teen from the beginning. Everywhere he turns, he feels the loss of Iron Man felt, along with the entire world wondering “Who will rise up to take his place?” This pushes the once zealous hero back into his 16-year-old shell, hoping to take a breather from the hero world and focus on a budding relationship with M.J. (Zendaya).
Susannah Nix is an auto-buy author for me and so when I was offered the chance to review her newest novel, Applied Electromagnetism, I jumped at the chance. This one is enemies-to-lovers, which is always a good time. One of the things that I love most about Nix’s stories is that they are filled with […]
Title: Toy Story 4 Directed by: Josh Cooley Starring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts Release Date: June 21, 2019 Reviewed by: Lori Twichell Rating: G FA Scorecard: A+ Twenty-four years ago, an unexpected movie answered a question that most people didn’t realize they have: “What happens to a toy when a kid leaves the […]
Excerpt (Chapter 4) I blink a few times, staring straight into Drew Danforth’s face. It’s like when you’re a kid and there’s a solar eclipse, and all the teachers are like, “Don’t look directly into the sun! You’ll destroy your retinas!” but there’s always that one kid (Johnny Berger, in our class) who can’t stop […]
Have you been one of the masses waiting anxiously for the new season of Stranger Things? There has been much discussion behind the scenes about whether it’s going to be able to maintain the incredibly creepy yet nostalgic and fun 80’s vibe through yet another season. Well, the new trailer dropped this morning and it looks pretty promising. Check it out. What do you think?