Dream Loot Crate: Disnerd Edition

Published February 23, 2017 by Kaitlin Michelle

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Loot Crate is looking out for fans who are interested in coming up with a Dream Crate for their subscription box. According to Loot Crate “we offer up a unique monthly subscription box of awesome for every fandom, enthusiast group and style.” I love me some subscription boxes.  I have had my eye on Loot Crate for some time, but haven’t pulled the trigger and purchased a subscription yet. Here are some of the items that would be in my Dream Crate, Disnerd style.

Lady Villain Bookmarks

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I would like it to include all of the Alice in Wonderland Tsum Tsums, awesome Disney Villain bookmark magnets from WonderDame Bookmarks, a Tinkerbell Pop Tee, an entire collection of Disney villain Mystery Minis, and all of the new Beauty and the Beast Funko Pops.

Ok so it is a lot more than the regular Loot Crate, but a girl can dream right?

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PPS: I did not get anything for this post.  I wish I had gotten a free crate or subscription, but I just did this for fun, because they asked me.

February Movies

Published February 1, 2017 by Kaitlin Michelle

Movies I want to see this month:

 

The Space Between Us

Fifty Shades Darker

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PS: What movies are you excited for this month? Anything not on my radar I should check out?

 

 

 

January Movies

Published January 30, 2017 by Kaitlin Michelle

Lost In London LIVE

This post is late. Very late. Not that anyone noticed (or cared.) Here it is anyway.

Movies I wanted to see this month.

Arsenal

UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS

Sleepless

Split

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage

Lost In London LIVE

RESIDENT EVIL: THE FINAL CHAPTER

 

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2016 Books in Review

Published January 9, 2017 by Kaitlin Michelle

Here are the best books and series I read in 2016! I only read 60 books this year, instead of my goal of 75.  So this year my goal is 50 books.  I am working full time now, so I will most likely read a lot less than I did when I didn’t work at all.

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PS: What are the best books you read in 2016?

2016 in Review

Published January 6, 2017 by Kaitlin Michelle

2016 is finally over! YAY! My year was actually pretty good.

I went to Cancun with my family.

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I got some new tattoos

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We went to New Orleans with our best friends

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I got a new job working as a insurance biller and office manager for Peak Performance Spine and Sports Medicine. I get to wear comfy scrubs that are like pajamas with pockets!

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I got a new car.  A 2017 Chevy Spark!

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Geek Girls x Bloggers Pop Swap!

Published January 5, 2017 by Kaitlin Michelle

I am part of a group of bad ass geeky girl bloggers on Facebook called Geek Girls x Bloggers (for GIRLS ONLY!)

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If you are a a geeky girl blogger you should totally join.  Everyone is super nice and all of their blogs are amazing.

For Christmas we did a Funko Pop exchange.  I got paired with Kayly from My Open Sketchbook.    She sent me the most awesome Dumbledore Pop!

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I NEEDED IT! It goes perfectly with my Harry Potter collection, and I love it soooo much!! THANK YOU KAYLY!! ❤

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The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959) by David J. Castello

Published January 4, 2017 by Kaitlin Michelle

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The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959)

By David J. Castello

New Magical Realism Novel Asks:

WOULD YOU REALLY WANT TO LIVE FOREVER?

Immortality. What would you do if you had the recipe to live forever? Keep it for yourself, share it with loved ones or tear it up and burn it? The power – for good or evil – would be immeasurable.  The new magical realism novel, The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959) by David J. Castello, follows the life of Steven Ronson from 1945 to 1959. A U.S. Army medic, he stumbles across an immortality formula designed for Adolph Hitler during the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp. Still numb with grief and haunted by the loss of nearly every soldier in his unit, Ronson sneaks the formula out of the camp and makes his way to Munich. After a night of passion with a German teenage girl, he consumes the immortality formula as his vendetta against death. Ronson soon discovers the immortality formula also gives him supernatural powers and fantastic musical abilities. He decides to travel to New York City to pursue his childhood dream of becoming a jazz saxophonist, where his performance catches the attention of a disgraced British missionary and his beautiful, adopted niece Jennifer.What follows is a fascinating trail of discovery from New York City to a remote Tibetan monastery where Ronson learns the immortality formula has been closely guarded for thousands of years. Time, however, is running out and Ronson learns German occultists who helped bring Hitler to power in the 1930s have selected another Aryan messiah, and this time he has the formula. Steven cannot allow the nightmare he experienced in Germany to happen again.
Intriguing, original, meticulously researched and based on physical evidence, The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959):

 Asks if immortality is a blessing or a curse

 Shows evil is selfishness to the point of destruction

 Proposes Hitler’s rise to power was assisted by those with mystic/supernatural powers

 Challenges the origin of humanity and Christianity

 Is largely a work of non-fiction interspersed with fiction

 Exposes the real-life ancient medical school above the Chakpori Hill in Tibet was destroyed in 1959 because the Chinese feared its power and hold on local Tibetans

 Contains references from the journals of World War II soldiers

“There are many strange and bizarre parts that are historically accurate, but only known to a few and they buttress each other in a way that will make some wonder if the entire book is  non-fiction,” says Castello. “I have a feeling that more than few history professors will chuckle to themselves – until they dig deep enough.”

About the author:

David J. Castello is the Chief Operating Officer and Editor-in- Chief for the Castello Cities Internet Network (CCIN.com).  Born in the Bronx, he now resides in Nashville. Connect with Castello on Facebook The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959) is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and in bookstores everywhere.

 

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