The lowest of the low, the rotten apples of the bushel, the ones that just should not exist.
Because gems stand out even more amidst dirt.
Like Japan's original kawaii mascot? You'll love this.
Defending an unpopular mechanic of writing.
Why your "concrit" may be doing more harm than good.
Things to keep in mind when offering constructive criticism.
Why my stories have all this food and food talk in them.
Easy and delicious meals made a snap with the slow cooker.
This franchise has always been on the light and fluffy side, but it didn't start out as much as its reputation would suggest.
Why declawing is on its way out.
Because traditional medicine isn't always the answer.
Why it's more than just buying junk food.
There's nothing like the good old days, but the current new days are pretty sweet, too.
Foods they not only need to revive, but should have never stopped making.
Stan Smith > Peter Griffin.
Everyone loves kittens, but don't count out cats over the age of one!
How one 1920s literary heroine's liberation relates to feminism across the board.
Life in Stoneybrook sure could be easy, couldn't it?
A look at Edgar Allan Poe and the tropes surrounding him and his work.
An in-depth analysis and discussion of the Tillerman Cycle of novels, plus the movie "Homecoming".
A personal review of John Green's "The Fault In Our Stars" and its interesting take on the star-crossed lovers trope.