1. Olivia Pope Done Got On My Nerves

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    November 24, 2014 by sotuachair


    Call me an absentee writer. I wouldn’t blame you. OR look at My Personal Blog for more information about what …
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  2. Sexy Halloween Commercial: Excuse Me While I Throw Up In My Mouth A Little

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    October 16, 2014 by sotuachair


    Color me disgusted. You know, I’m getting tired of advertisers spending most of their time finding ways to stereotype women, …
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  3. 2014 Fall Television: How Do I Love Thee?

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    October 2, 2014 by sotuachair

    Fall Preview

    Have you been keeping up with Fall Television this season? Not only do we have a lot of wonderful new …
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  4. Sailor Moon: Or, Why My Generation Loves Anime So Much

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    September 15, 2014 by sotuachair


    When I was a kid, I was obsessed with one thing and one thing only: Sailor Moon. I was up by 6AM …
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  5. Glass Ceilings

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    September 9, 2014 by sotuachair


    Hey Hey Hey! I skipped a post last week because of reasons. And it was Labor Day and I was …
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  6. The Book of Life (The Discovery of Witches Series)


    August 26, 2014 by sotuachair


    Have you ever been so disappointed in a book that you can’t even describe why it’s so bad? So you need …
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  7. Dear Zelda

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    August 14, 2014 by sotuachair

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    I don’t know you. None of us on the internet really do – we know your…

  8. Summer Movie Blockbusters Don’t Equal Equality


    May 28, 2014 by sotuachair


    Sometimes. Sometimes. There, now that my preface is over, let’s get started, shall we? My summer movie blockbuster viewing has …
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Looking Forward To:

Looking Forward To:

The Book of Life (Oct 17)
I'm pretty excited for this movie! It's based on Dia De Los Muertos - which I'm familiar with celebrating since I'm from Dallas. I hope that Maria has more agency than there appears to be in the trailer - especially considering Zoe Saldana is her voice actress.

Dear White People (Oct. 17) (I hope)
So, apparently this isn't being widely released until January. I can't even. There better be a theatre near me showing this - because it looks equal parts awesome and hilarious.

White Bird in a Blizzard (Oct. 24)
The best thing about scouring IMDB for movies coming out soon is discovering something you never even heard of. Not only is this movie women-centric (and boasts a pretty awesome women-centric cast), but I get to see Elliot Stabler as a bumbling husband with a 70s stache. Seems kind of like a Lovely Bones meets Gillian Flynn novel.

Horns (Oct 31)
So, I don't do horror, but there is something so psychologically intriguing about this film that I have to see it. I may not read the book (by Joe Hill, Stephen King's son) because my imagination may just run too far away from me, but this boasts some awesome ladies and Harry Potter starring as Voldemort.

It's fall! It's Fall! It's FALL! It's TV Season again and there are shows popping up all over the place. I'm really excited to tell all of you how much I love the diversity popping up this year! You'll find that in a post later this week, but until then, I give a little love to a show that won't be out for a bit.

Agent Carter
If any of you watch Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D then you already know that they're tying the two shows together in some interesting ways. A TV show featuring the first real S.H.I.E.L.D agent, who happens to be a woman, dominating in the 1940s? Um, hello, YES. I will already take the boxed set, kay?

Currently Reading:

Just as a quick note, I'm reading like four things right now. I work at a bookstore, I pick up a book, and then I start. It's getting difficult to balance!

Also, I'm attempting to read 40 books this year. Last year, I started the year thinking "50 books!" and then knocked it down to 30 due to personal things. But here's to 2014 giving me a little more free time!

And I just finished The Color Purple so I'm still reeling off of how beautiful that book was.

On the Road by Jack Kerouac
-As a lover of Allen Ginsberg (I think my soul left my body while reading "Kaddish" and "Howl"), I knew I had to read the rest of the beatniks. While I still haven't given Naked Lunch a try, I have to admit the writing is beautiful. Kerouac has a stream of consciousness style that forces you to follow him as he travels across the country during a time when you could still hitch a ride on the side of the road with little worry for picking up the wrong hitchhiker.

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