For the past year, I’ve had the incredible privilege (or something like that, my wallet may disagree with me…) to be a Broadway season ticket holder at Pantages Theater in Los Angeles.
Princess Diana longs to prove herself to her legendary warrior sisters. But when the opportunity finally comes, she throws away her chance at glory and breaks Amazon law—risking exile—to save a mortal.
For the millions who log in every day, Warcross isn’t just a game—it’s a way of life. The obsession started ten years ago and its fan base now spans the globe, some eager to escape from reality and others hoping to make a profit.
Sixteen-year-old Princess Leia Organa faces the most challenging task of her life so far: proving herself in the areas of body, discount mind and heart to be formally named heir to the throne of Alderaan.
Oh yes. I’m going to talk about it. Let’s get to it.
I’m a little late on the scandal. In the world of scandals, nurse this is old news. But to be fair, visit web I’ve only been back in the book blogging world for a few days so cut me a little slack. That being said, I have a lot to say.
Let it be known, dosage I’m not a massive DC fan. I’ve always been pretty heavily Marvel, though a love of Christian Bale and the amazing storytelling of Wonder Woman have made me a fan of both Batman and Wonder Woman. That being said, when I heard that were going to be YA versions of Batman, Wonder Woman and Catwoman by Marie Lu, Leigh Bardugo and Sarah J. Maas, I was immediately sold.