F1: A New Obsession

I don’t know if this is a short-lived phase or the beginning of something, but I’ve become a Formula 1 fan, and it’s pretty bad. It all starte...

Rabbit Reviews: The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower is based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King. Plot: Jake Chambers has dreams about two men (Roland the gunslinger and Walter, the Man in Bl...

Rabbit Reviews: Creed

This movie was exciting from beginning to end! Pros: I like boxing as a sport and seeing this movie made me like it more. They made all the punches look real ev...

Rabbit Reviews: World War Z

This is a movie that is based on a novel by Max Brooks. My first zombie film was definitely an unforgettable one. Plot: Gerry Lane must protect his family from ...

Rabbit Reviews: Venom

There is only one thing to say about this movie: It was ridiculously stupid. But that’s exactly the kind of movie I like. Plot: After he goes to a creepy ...

First Snow Day of 2019

We don’t get a lot of snow around here, but when there’s a threat of an inch, schools and businesses close in precaution. (Don’t make fun. We ...

A perpetual gray cloud

January is supposed to be an inspirational month, a time when folks have the most amount of resolve to improve upon themselves. We should all be ripe and energi...

Book review: I Found You

I’m not sure if double or triple timelines is a trend that authors are choosing independently or if literary agents and editors are pushing for it. Either...

Christmas 2018

Honestly, we did our best. It was a tough year, so it’s hard to be festive during a time that’s meant to be shared with family. Chuck and I focused ...

Book review: The Ruin

Twenty years ago the body of Hilaria Blake was found in her home. An apparent overdose left her two children – Jack and Maude – orphaned. It was the...

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