Last Thursday, I released the first book in my four-part series The Belle Âme Chronicles. Not only did this mark the start of a new series that I am madly in love with (and plan to submit for Continue reading →
After three weeks with temperatures under 10-degrees Fahrenheit, the weather has finally warmed up in Kentucky. The leftover snow has melted away, and it almost feels like Springtime has arrived early.
Growing up, watching anime was simple. You turned the television to Toonami or Adult Swim and watched the shows that you enjoyed. If you really liked a certain show, you could go to your nearest video store and purchase a Continue reading →
As I have grown older, I have learned to love podcasts more and more. Whether working on emails at work or commuting around town, I love pulling up a new episode of a favourite playlist and listening to the Continue reading →
The time is near. One week away, to be exact. National Novel Writing Month (affectionately referred to as “NaNoWriMo”) begins on Wednesday, November 01st, 2017, and writers everywhere are freaking out.
It’s time for camp, boys and girls! But what is that, you say? You’re not prepared for camp? You’re not wishing for weeks spent in the great outdoors, sweating and getting eaten by mosquitos while fighting for the latest kitchen Continue reading →
In 2015, Life Is Strange took the video game world by storm. Featuring time-traveler Max Caufield, the game focused just as much on what it is like to be a teenager in today’s society as it did trying to unravel Continue reading →
This past weekend, I attended ACen for the first time. ACen was actually one of the first anime conventions I ever heard of, but due to scheduling conflicts, financial issues, and other whatsits, I have never successfully made it up Continue reading →
Netflix has easily taken over as the best replacement for cable television, with other services such as Hulu, Amazon Prime, Crunchyroll, and HBO Now also help to supply your favourite shows to you On Demand for far cheaper costs than Continue reading →
Ever since its on October 06th, 2015, Rock Band 4 has kept musical gaming enthusiasts on its toes with shiny, new, and unexpected updates. From encouraging improvisation such as “freestyle solos” on the guitar and “freeform melodies” on Continue reading →
One of the best investments that you can make as both an amateur and a professional photographer is to purchase a green screen. A whole new plethora of possibilities open up once you have a green screen, from plain backgrounds Continue reading →
We all remember the good old days of MySpace. It is where a lot of us learned basic HTML for coding our blinged out profiles. It is where a lot of us found our favourite bands via the site’s music players. It is where we laughed as we caused turmoil throughout our friend groups by changing the order of our Top 8 on a weekly basis.
Angela Nicole is a published novelist and YouTuber from Louisville, Kentucky. Her third novel, Down The River, is slated for release Spring 2018. In her free time, she can be found working out or listening to music. You can follow her ramblings at Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
What happens when you love to dress up like a gorilla and eat pizza? Well, you might be Kay Day, a 25-year-old punk rock singer and comedian from New York’s Brooklyn borough. After being featured in music videos for Continue reading →
Nostalgia is in the air. On February 27th, 2016, Nintendo and GameFreak rereleased a little piece of our childhood onto relevant consoles. Enter in Pokémon Blue, Pokémon Red, and Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition, which now all Continue reading →