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New Year, New Schedule


I've been wondering how to approach the blog as I enter this new year and have decided the best thing to do right now is a schedule change. So I will have posts on Mondays and Fridays now. I plan on going to a few events this year, and I need more time to focus on writing so I can bring y'all more gems like Kiss Me Where It Smells Funny.



I'm also looking to add a store to the website. It's a month or so away, I think, but there will be new merch and a way for you to buy signed books here. If you are interested in signed books now, drop me an email or DM me on Facebook.



I had high hopes for this movie, but like The Glass Onion, it fell short. I'm a fan of the director, but this movie was just a tad too slow and needed a good "a-ha" at the end to save it.

Blurb - A world-weary detective is hired to investigate the murder of a West Point cadet. Stymied by the cadets' code of silence, he enlists one of their own to help unravel the case - a young man the world would come to know as Edgar Allan Poe.


Dudley from Harry Potter is fantastic as Edgar Allan Poe. Bale is his normal great self, and the cast is top to bottom filled with talent. That still wasn't enough to make up for the 2 hour 8 minute run time. I'm not saying it's terrible, and unwatchable, but I was simply disappointed with this movie. I don't think it gives us a reason to revisit, which bums me out. I'd say over all it's a 5.5 or maybe 6 out of 10, and it's all on the performance of the 2 main actors. I'd say check out Hostiles instead.


See y'all Friday!

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