Monthly Media Roundup: December 2015

WE NOT LAZY. PROMISE.

It’s still there… The lights stopped working in that room, so I guess I’m grateful we haven’t had time to take it down… It’s like a pretty lamp..

Hi all!! I know it’s the middle of January and I’m just now getting to my Monthly Media Roundup from last month… But it’s been such a whirlwind of activity here in RI! As evening begins to fall, I switched on our living room lights… Only to realize that they’re dimmer than usual? I turned in a circle, questioningly, and then saw our tree. Our tree it still up! So—If you must know, that’s how busy I’ve been. Tree-up-Halfway-through-January-Busy. That really does need taken care of. But! Before I commit to any other things that need done, I decided that I must first look back on all the great things I read in December. …All five of them. There was shoujo love, 4-koma fun, shonen-ai tales, and one messed up sibling story! I feel positively about these books, and I need to tell the world before I end up having new ones to talk about. HERE WE GO!!

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From Frenemy to Friend: “Frenemy of the People”

Frenemy of the People is my favorite work by Nora Olsen. The voices of her characters—their hopes, wants, and fears—truly shine through their sometimes bumbling emotions. The book is well-written and bears the mindset of adolescents—which it should, as it is written in first person narratives of women in their teens. Continue reading