The Fault in Ours Stars trailer has been released! I repeat, the trailer has been released.
And surprisingly, I'm actually loving Shailene Woodley as Hazel! And the last line of this trailer... one simple word, but all the tears. And as always, DFTBA! #johngreen #thefaultinourstars
Recently my trusty Yaris and I read A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin. This is not normally my genre. With the exception of Harry Potter (because duh), I typically avoid all things dragon-y, sword-y, knight-y. But my love of Peter Dinklage knows no bounds so I figured I might as well check it out to see if I'd be interested in watching the show. And I'm so glad I did. First of all... Tyrion Lannister is everything, so I'm glad he's played by
My friend The Hot Mess... light of my life, ying to my yang... recently shared this with me. It is one of those beautiful, clarifying moments where you realize the glory of the world we live in... that something like Thug Notes exists. Here are a few of my favorites, but do yourself a favor and check out all of the videos brought to you by Sparky Sweets, PhD. #thugnotes #prideandprejudice #janeausten #thepictureofdoriangray #oscarwilde
Let's just say I currently have the SparkNotes page for Beyond Good and Evil up as I read on my lunch break. I never said I was smart. #friedrichnietzsche #beyondgoodandevil #theiliad #homer #theodyssey
As we continue down this path led by an adorable proud nerd, we read Will Grayson, Will Grayson. However, this time, the genius of John Green was joined by David Levithan. Is there someone out there living a different version of your life? Another BearAllen who loves the sports, only reads harlequin romance novels and wants to be a lawyer... a different author writing the BearAllen story. Will Grayson, Will Grayson examines what happens when two very different people who h
And, to complete The Month of John Green (what January should henceforth be known as)... To utterly gut myself, I chose to complete The Don't Forget to Be Awesome Experience by reading Green's latest (and possibly most famous) book, The Fault in Our Stars. So, have you ever considered how redundant it is to cry in the shower? Yeah, well thanks to Mr. Green, I had my very first opportunity to think about this. I also now know the trajectory of tears when you're bent over you
Can I just say that I absolutely love that when I went to search on Google Images for a Nietzsche image to use for this post, there was entire category of Google Images devoted to Nietzsche tattoos?! I love that I live in a world where this is even possible! And with that, I introduce our next book... *gulp*... Beyond Good and Evil* by Friedrich Nietzsche. God help me.
*The reference does not specify a Nietzsche work. I just picked The Portable Nietzsche out of my butt,