Science fiction in Sydney, Australia! Stranger Things crossed with The Fortress crossed with X-Men? For two and a half years, Subject 684 — “Jane Doe” — has been locked underground in a secret government facility, enduring tests and torture. In that time, she hasn’t uttered a single word. Not even her real name. Jane choosesContinue reading “Inspiration: ‘Whisper’ by Lynette Noni”
I’ll be blunt. A Million Things by Emily Spurr will break your heart. But know the following: even as you lie on your kitchen floor shattered and ugly crying into a dish towel after reading this remarkable book, you will be better for it. We all need a reminder that we aren’t alone, even ifContinue reading “Inspired by ‘A Million Things’ by Emily Spurr”
The above are illustrations created by me based on TJ Klune’s latest novel Under The Whispering Door. Released on September 21, 2021. Description of book: When a reaper comes to collect Wallace Price from his own funeral, Wallace suspects he really might be dead. Instead of leading him directly to the afterlife, the reaper takesContinue reading “Art inspired by ‘Under The Whispering Door’”
Who knew death could be so much fun? What a creative and unique world Neal Shusterman invented for us through his Arc of the Scythe series. I ate this post-mortality concept up. How did he do this? I’ve read a lot of dystopian literature, and I think this one might be my favorite. It gaveContinue reading “Inspired by the ‘Arc of the Scythe’ Series by Neal Shusterman”
Well, damn. The true story of the Galvin family is as mind blowing as it is tragic. Quick note: I conduct Pre-Sentence investigations for the Court. Family of origin and mental health is always a big part to research for the report. These are serious crimes I cover, and at the end of the reportContinue reading “Review of Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family”
I drew this for my teenage niece. She has a learning disability (she said it’s ok if I say that) that makes it difficult for her to retain information. She has always been a visual learner, and it’s just hard for her. She tries so hard. Her English teacher assigned 12 Angry Men and isContinue reading “If ‘12 Angry Men’ were made today”
…are often the best! Shout out to the stranger who did this. It’s the cutest street art I’ve ever seen. Looks like it was done with chalk so it’ll wash away once it rains. Now I need to go back to the Museum of Natural History for a dinosaur fix.