The Haunted Read House Hotel and Lookout Mountain Incline Railway in Chattanooga, Tennessee: Overnight Trip Part 2

I love history and the paranormal so what better way to experience both then staying in a (supposedly) haunted hotel? In Part One I talked about how my family and I had traveled to Chattanooga, Tennessee to go to Rock City and Ruby Falls. This part of Tennessee is about two and a half hours away from …

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A Very Long TV Series Review of “Reign” Season 2

Before I really get into my review I want to warn that this will be filled with spoilers. If you just want a general idea of what this series is about check out my review for Season 1. Now onto the good stuff. The second, twenty-two episode season of Reign started off great and slowly went downhill. …

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A TV Series Review of “Reign” Season 1

How can I even begin to review Reign when I have so many mixed feelings about it? I seriously have a love/hate for this show. After I reviewed  Versailles I wanted another good historical drama to obsess over... um I mean casually watch and I happened across Reign on Netflix. The series has twenty-two episodes in the first season …

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Book Review of “The Painted Girls” by Cathy Marie Buchanan

I found The Painted Girls by Cathy Buchanan randomly at a thrift store. I had not heard of the book prior to coming across it so I knew nothing about it. It is a historical fiction story that takes place in Paris, France in 1878. It revolves around the three van Goethem sisters; Antoinette, Marie and …

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Book Review of “The Scarlet Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne

I know some of you may be curious as to why anyone would read The Scarlet Letter  by Nathaniel Hawthorne for fun. This book is typically one you're forced to read for your high school English class and  you end up looking up the SparkNotes for it because you can't get through it. I, however, am …

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