Because the only things I did this week were decorate 24 cakes, do far too many dishes, and finish two books, this is a post about books you should and should not read.
Books you should NOT read:
1. The Inheritance series, by Christopher... More →
KA-BLAM. That was the sound of me putting all three of last week's prompts into one giganticly (made that word up!) awesome title. No, it doesn't make a lot of sense, but neither does the fact that Andrew Garfield has somehow managed to... More →
You know what’s great about college basketball? This.
We could all learn from this guy. He’s so jubilant, so joyful about his passion (which I assume is sports announcing, but it could very well be screaming "GOD! OH MY GOD! OH MY GOSH! HE... More →
Veronica Mars isn’t the only game in town. Turq8 gives props to the original girl detective. –Sparkitors
Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys have a lot in common. Both were (are?) popular book series about teenage detectives. Both were written by ghost writers. Both... More →
SirAlecoftheIntegral makes a bold claim, but can he back up his big talk? (We're really into the phrase "big talk" right now.)—Sparkitors
I recently read a SparkLife post all about the Glorious Classics, and I couldn’t help but think how... More →
IBfreefromhomework would like to direct your attention to the novels that were cool BEFORE novels were cool. She's sort of like a literature hipster.—Sparkitors
Once in a while, we read books so brilliant that our nerdy minds are overpowered,... More →
You butts know that scene in Lord of the Rings when everybody thinks Aragorn is dead, and then he busts through the doors of Helm's Deep like the muddiest badass in Middle Earth? Well THAT is what's happening on Writer Wars today; it... More →
Chapter Sixteen: In the Hog's HeadBetter Title: Bars Are Good Places for Teenagers
After thinking it over, Harry finally agrees that teaching his own Defense Against the Dark Arts class is a good idea. Now it's up to Hermione to spread the word and get... More →
I’m sorry, peeps, but its first week of school and my World History professor is Genghis Khan. He’s loaded us all down with work so that he can pillage the Business Department unchallenged.
So no Rules this week! Sorry! Go on, go away. Go back to... More →