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!
Reading Blog #3
Image is from Pixabay I think I’m slowly but surely getting out of my reading slump my lack of internet access made me want to focus more on emails and posts, which is a blessing and a curse all in one. Then, my hand started to act up, so 48 hours episodes it was. When … Continue reading Reading Blog #3
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?
A Journal For Jordan Movie Review
https://youtu.be/FOzrXqf5pvE?t=15 Trailer is from YouTube Yesterday, when we got home, my mum was flipping channels when she found this movie that started. I typically turn the tv on to a true crime channel, and my gut told me not to, and I’m glad I didn’t. The movie was A Journal for Jordan, and it took … Continue reading A Journal For Jordan Movie Review
What I Have Been Watching?
Image is from Pixabay Here is what’s up with me with my non-dominate right hand out of order; typing with it hurts more than the norm for me. I never thought I used my right hand that much until I could move the area between my wrist and thumb. Anyway, I should have started OT … Continue reading What I Have Been Watching?
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
Most Viewed Events In History
Image is from Pixabay I won’t lie; my kind of TV watching tends to be a series or a movie if it catches my eye, and nine times out of 10, I find it on Netflix. If you like true crime stuff like me, Netflix is a great place to look into. The series I … Continue reading Most Viewed Events In History
Some Series I Have Been Watching
Image is from Pixabay The last two weeks surprised me because I worked some extra hours, and when I came home, I watched stuff instead of my norm, which is listening to a book or writing. I think the reason is that I'm pretty focused when I read and write, but with spending my energy … Continue reading Some Series I Have Been Watching
Try A Christmas Movie
Image is from Pixabay Around this time last year, I did the try a movie post, and it was fun to do, so I wanted to do it again. A Christmas movie tends to cheer me up if I feel low during the holidays. Nevertheless, I have to be honest and tell you that out … Continue reading Try A Christmas Movie
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