#makeoutmarrymurdermonday

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the stabbiest one of all? I've always loved the darker side to fairy tales. There's something about taking the things I loved as a child and making them dark and devious that makes me so happy. Knowing that the original tales were pretty damn dark to begin with [...]

Pride & Prometheus – Review

"It showed that people could convince themselves of things that, in a sober moment, they would recognize were not true." Pride and Prometheus is the delightful combination of two beloved classics: Jane Austin's Pride & Prejudice with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. While it may seem difficult to imagine how the two stories could merge, John Kessel [...]