Not-So-Random Thoughts: Relationships

There's something that has been bothering me for the past few epochs of humanity, and that's the so-called equality and fairness in relationships. Now before I get too deep into this, I'm not referring to Parent-Child and/or Sibling relationships; in a parent-child relationship, until the child is effectively an adult that can fend for themselves,... Continue Reading →

Weapon Manipulation

In addition to a lot of other topics soon to join the shelves of the Darkmoon Library, discussions about super powers join the ranks. If anyone ever said that they never wanted super powers at one point in life, they're lying. The power posts joining the Darkmoon Library will be as follows: I'll tell what the... Continue Reading →

The Gravity Between Us by Kristen Zimmer

Of the hundreds of books I've read throughout my relatively short lifetime, this book is number one on my Top 5 favorite reads. I've read and reread this book more than I have the entire Twilight Saga, and I've read those books... too many times, perhaps. Kristen Zimmer thrusts us into the worlds of Kendall... Continue Reading →

Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L James

Receiving as much hype as the Twilight Saga, and the Harry Potter series, everyone has, at the very least, heard of Fifty Shades of Grey. The so-called 'Mommy Porn' trilogy. E. L James thrusts us into the shoes of Anastasia Steele and her adventure into BDSM with Christian Grey. I refused to read this book, simply... Continue Reading →

ttyl by Lauren Myracle

I planned on starting this post with an awful pun including the author's last name, but I changed my mind. Despite the miracle that Myracle made, it is a high interesting read; there is no actual character description, no actual settings, however, we follow character development via text messages. This is something I haven't seen... Continue Reading →

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