The Girl On The Train Pulls Readers In Until The Very End

Sometimes a book comes along that grabs you from your comfy couch and throws you into a world that is so captivating, you hate stopping for anything. The Girl on the Train was so well written, I was flabbergasted by how into the story I got so quickly.  Various reviews and the back of the…
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Thoughts On One Tree Hill, The 2000s-era Teenage Soap Opera Now On Netflix

Throughout my high school years and into college, I had a lot of people telling me that I needed to start watching One Tree Hill.  I didn’t really know that much about it, but I wasn’t really interested.  From commercials I saw, the show just looked like a dramatic soap opera.  And it is.  But…
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Pride And Prejudice And Zombies, Oh My!

This year while my boyfriend and I were debating what to do for our seventh Valentine’s Day together, we settled on going to a movie because it’s fun and at this point we aren’t super original with dates, especially in the winter.  There are a ton of good movies out right now.  I’d really like…
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Why You Should Be Excited About The Gilmore Girls Reboot

As a young middle-schooler who had just been acquainted with TV show seasons on DVD, somewhere along the way I acquired the first season of Gilmore Girls.  After speeding through several seasons and getting caught up to what was happening on real time TV, my younger sisters and mom and I became obsessed.  Lorelai and…
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Why People Are Obsessed With The Bachelor/Bachelorette TV Shows

Recently I read this article on AreaVoices, because I’m a fan of the corny reality TV show the Bachelor/Bachelorette.  She’s kind of right.  It’s honestly just a really embarrassing culture phenomenon.   A guy gets a group of around 25 women to come meet him and he makes them go through these rose ceremonies to pick…
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