Image is from Pixabay Seeing my reading stats at 77 books, and we are already in March might look like a lot, but since I’m used to reading around 600 plus books a year. Due to the fact that we still have limited internet access and no TV. Growing up, we didn’t have internet, and … Continue reading True Crime Shows To Watch!
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WWW Wednesdays #8
My reading this week has been interesting; while I’m still not at my reading speed of 6-8 books a week, I’m still reading 3-4 books weekly. Both the last novel I read and my current read talk about culture, and what comes down to for me it’s what it is written. Sam is currently hosting … Continue reading WWW Wednesdays #8
Want A True Crime Series To Watch?
Image is from Pixabay It’s October, so it’s the season for the creepy now; I’ve never been okay with horror and the supernatural world. As a kid, masks made me cry, and they still make me uncomfortable, so saying that I’m not a Halloween fan is an understatement. True crime shows are the only things … Continue reading Want A True Crime Series To Watch?
Review Of The Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet
https://youtu.be/Z_l702HNPAA So yes, I was planning to make a list of true crime series I liked on Netflix, but when I went into my account, I ended up finishing the Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet series. They are 60 minutes per episode. So, a chunk of my day into watching this … Continue reading Review Of The Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet
Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror/ Our Father
Image from Google Yesterday, I saw two documentaries, and both left me with many thoughts that I feel the need to write about. The two had one thing in common, crimes against women. For some time, I had a hard time with the topic of feminism. Transmen get heavily judged when fighting for women’s rights, … Continue reading Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror/ Our Father
Netflix To Watch
Like I said yesterday, I have 84 books to read by December so that I can read Christmas novels during the holiday. While still working and blogging, of course. If everything goes as planned, I booked some days off from work to spend with my family, just waiting for them to get approved. Which is … Continue reading Netflix To Watch
DNA In Crime
Image from Pixabay As a teen, crime intrigued me, more like the mystery and justice aspects of it. The fact that I was watching bothered my mum. Even if I grow up watching shows like CSI, NCIS and Criminal Minds. Anyways, since the early 2000s, DNA seems to have become an excellent tool for solving … Continue reading DNA In Crime
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