Drag Race S13,E12 & E13 We’re doubling down again this week because, well, I’m a slacker. Facts are facts, America. So, last week, we had a nice girl roast and, well friends, it wasn’t that great. Our honorees were none other than Nina West, Heidi N Closet, and Valentina. So, two nice gals and oneContinue reading “It’s a Roast, Henny!”
“Life is so beautiful that death has fallen in love with it, a jealous, possessive love that grabs at what it can.” Life of Pi 5 Pretzels Thanks to Tiger King, there’s been a lot of tiger talk on the socials lately. How about a tiger story that isn’t full of smarmy scumbags? This blogContinue reading “Life of Pi: A Review”
Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore is a fun, creative mystery with one banger of a reveal by Matthew Sullivan.
This is a story of powerful men doing horrific things and other men lying to protect them. It’s disgusting. It is also a fascinating read from a journalistic perspective.
I feel like it’s best if you don’t go in knowing too much about the story. It is a mystery, after all, but the basic deal is this:
A very famous mystery writer is found dead the morning after his birthday party and it’s initially ruled a tragic suicide but then famed detective Benoit Blanc enters the scene. He’s kind of like if Foghorn Leghorn was a gentleman sleuth and he calls the family together to question them one by one about the events at said birthday party.
The book opens with a literal bang. Miracle Submarine is on fire and we don’t know the extent of the damage until we get to court.