Vector Drawing (InkScape Review)

  I got to my first break in scene in the new book, Steam! Yay! Now what? I entered in the typical *. And sat and stared at it, unable to write further. I love stars. Used Shift + 8 for RMOS and it worked. Really should work in Steam, given some settings and themes. But […]

Dracula (re)UnTold

There are not a whole lot of movies I repeat watch. George of the Jungle was the first. My stepdaughter was six and brought it over, and I was just not in the mood. Then she went home, and I was bored, and it was there. I laughed so hard, I rewound it (before the […]

Dracula vs. X-Men (movie reviews)

  VS       Whoa. That’s an interesting concept. Dracula v., like, Wolverine. Though I’m already leery of the whole Superman vs. Batman thing. I get into debates about it with a guy at work. I’ve been given the cartoons to watch and I’m kinda stalling on my homework. And we have a bet. […]

The Scribe (a book review)

I recently got a subscription to SCRIBD. If you’re unfamiliar, it’s a monthly service where you can download and read an unlimited amount of books. I swooped up several in the first browse. If you remember from a previous post, I was super eager to read Trial By Fire, by Josephine Angelini. I’d downloaded the […]

Impossible (book review)

My year of experimental gardening is coming to a close. I am really happy with how it turned out! I was out this morning and cutting down my dill and cilantro, collecting the seeds for next year. Every time I’m in that area of plants, Simon and Garfunkle start singing to me. Because of the […]