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Books for Breakfast #113

Book Reviews

Been wondering if I should change the titles of this series and stop counting it, once I passed 100, it started to feel a little silly. What do you think? Maybe I should call it "Books for Breakfast - Title of book(s)" instead? Ms. Marvel Vol. 3 by G. Willow Wilson & Lullaby by Check Palahniuk I haven't read a bound volume in a while, and I had nearly completely forgotten…

Books for Breakfast #105

Book Reviews

Damned by Chuck Palahniuk & Cucumber Quest, Vol. 1 by Gigi D.G. As I slowly read through all of Palahniuk's books, with more on my to-read list yet, I finally get to Damned, which actually has a sequel that I'll have to get my hands on now. So this hilarious little number is about Madison, a 13 year old girl that finds herself in hell. She's from an ultra rich family…

Books for Breakfast #104

Book Reviews

Scorch by Ashley Witter & Nobody is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey Another Kickstarted comic, I told you I am an avid Kickstarter, I wasn't lying. This is a very Halloween themed comic, and is perfect reading for the upcoming season. The story is a bit confusing, and it took me a bit to puzzle out what was going on, but I loved the art. It has the kind of Invader Zim-esque…

Books for Breakfast #102

Book Reviews

Monsterkind Book 1 by Taylor C. & Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng This graphic novel was something I backed on Kickstarter many moons ago. In a way it's like Zootopia or Monster Pop (Another of my favorite web comics), at least in terms of setting only. The world of the story has monsters and humans living together, although some areas are more monster or more human populated,…

Books for Breakfast #88

Book Reviews

Invincible Compendiums + Comics by Robert Kirkman & Carry On by Rainbow Rowell First off, I want to start this review by saying: I never really read superhero comics before. When I was little, I liked Superman and Batman, but mainly because of stuff on TV, and the fact that my dad always told me a Batman & Robin story before bed, ones that he'd make up about them, and…

Barista Banter #8

Design, Life

One day slow morning we opened up a paper to try the crossword and didn't even know what to do with ourselves...we are both working towards our second degrees too, so it became a bit silly as we struggled over a crossword. 

Barista Banter (Revived) #6

Design, Life

I mentioned Barista Banter last month and I wasn't just saying it! I really wanted to start it back up! I've worked at different stores and each one is full of fun and exciting people. It's never really a dull day at our store.  So here it is! The return of my little comic called Barista Banter! I hope you enjoy! There was never a dull moment at my old…