The Fault in Our Stars may have been the first book I’ve read by the insanely popular young adult author, John Green, but it was so good, it ensured it wouldn’t be the last. Looking for Alaska made the journey to Boston with me, and I, for some reason, didn’t think that reading it on […]Read More Looking for Alaska
As the much-anticipated movie adaptation of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars opens in theaters across the U.S. tonight, I came across a great article about Green in The New Yorker, The Teen Whisperer. It’s time to grab some tissues and head to the movie theaters! I’m finishing up Looking for Alaska now, and I’m not surprised that it […]Read More The New Yorker, TFiOS, and Looking for Alaska
There are so many amazing people on this list, but I’m only going to discuss a couple of my favorites. First, have I mentioned how awesome John Greene is? Like here and here and here and here and here and here and here? Well, it turns out I’m not the only one who thinks so. […]Read More Guess Who’s on Time Magazine’s Top 100 List?
Troye Sivan came to my attention through John Green’s Facebook page. Has a great song, titled “The Fault in Our Stars”, and it’s inspired by Green’s The Fault in Our Stars. If you haven’t read this book, go do it! It is a fantastic book, and the song is pretty amazing too. Here’s the best […]Read More Great Song For A Good Cause
Henry told John Green to make the video about velociraptor. It’s pretty awesome. I had no idea they had feathers. Feathers! (Also they lived in the Cretaceous period, not the Jurassic period. Sorry Michael Crichton) Apparently, they could jump about 10 ft, vertically. At Nerd HQ at last year’s San Diego Comic Con, Tom Hiddleston […]Read More Hey, Did You Know This About Dinosaurs?
Like many of us, the situation in Ukraine has been on my mind. As a country Ukraine (and Crimea) has been in the middle of a lot of conflict. I was searching for a good way to put this current conflict in historical context (without writing more than anyone wants to read), and fortunately for […]Read More Thinking Globally
So I have a problem. It isn’t a big problem, but it is recurring. The problem is I read a lot. How is that a problem, you ask? Well, let me ‘splain it to you, Lucy? My vocabulary is rather…extensive, because I read a lot. Some of the words that I know, don’t get bandied […]Read More How Do You Say That?
I grew up with The Comma Queen. Grammar mistakes were often met with glib sayings that have stayed with me, (and end up uttered whenever faced with a opportunity similar situation) apparently, for life. Did things like this ever happen to you? Examples Question: Where is the insert whatever you’re trying to find here at? Answer: Somewhere […]Read More Things That Drive Me Nuts…Common Grammar and Spelling Mistakes
Do you ever wonder about stuff? I wonder about stuff. Like those life hacks that I have been inundated with online. They sound really helpful! I pin them on Pinterest, share them on Facebook, but I never actually try them. Really what I wanted was to ask around until I found someone that had tested […]Read More Have You Ever Wondered, Do Those Life Hacks Actually Work?
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green Recently, I read The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. I didn’t even read the jacket, so I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Do you ever do that? Truthfully, the cover is so eye catching I probably would have picked it up […]Read More Book Review: Finding no faults in….The Fault in Our Stars