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Happy New Year once again! It’s good to be out of 2020, huh? With all the insanity, maybe you haven’t had time to make any plans or resolutions yet, but it’s not too late! I’ve been taking some time myself this week to further sketch out the goals I want to accomplish this year. One … Continue reading Sleep: A Writer’s Best Friend
Yeah, yeah, okay, we all know I love Doctor Who. Big surprise. But one of my favourite parts of the fandom that I've especially been falling in love with over the past few years is Big Finish. I could write a whole post just about Big Finish Productions, but for the sake of time I'll … Continue reading I’ve fallen into the black hole that is Gallifrey, and here’s why you should too.
When I was in middle school and high school, I had a surge of interest in the classics of literature. I blazed through Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, the Brontës, and all those other lovely British authors like nobody's business. I never found too much interest in the American classics--until Little Women. To a girl who … Continue reading Little Women (2019)
To kick off May the Fourth, I started a Star Wars marathon going in chronological order that will take place over three days! Today's mission? The prequels. Now, if you are here for hate on the prequels, this post is not for you. Yes, there are a lot of issues with the movies. My general … Continue reading The Shining Aspects of the Star Wars Prequels
I'm onto the second War Doctor box set! I was really surprised at how different in tone this box set is. Now that they've already introduced us to this series, Big Finish isn't afraid to go a little deeper and a little darker in the second installment. Once again, this review will only contain minor … Continue reading The War Doctor: Infernal Devices
The War Doctor: a rather ambiguous character in the Doctor Who universe for most. While he produced an overwhelmingly positive reaction when he appeared in The Day of the Doctor, many fans saw him in that single episode and didn’t think anything else of him. Luckily, Big Finish wanted to know more. When the War … Continue reading Review: Only the Monstrous
The seventh episode in Series 12 of Doctor Who promised to get spooky, and it kind of did—but not in the way I was expecting. In this episode, the Doctor drops Ryan, Graham, and Yaz back at home and goes by herself to investigate something strange in 1380 Aleppo. The fam is brought back together … Continue reading Review: Can You Hear Me?