Haiku Me Friday! Good, Evil, and the Rules of Society

I've taken quite a bit of break from blogging here. Not on purpose - but mainly due to a packed life right now. Summer has started off with a bang and we've been on the road every Friday for a few weeks going to weddings and weekend trips (I won raffle tickets to see Harry … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Good, Evil, and the Rules of Society

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Haiku Me Friday! Krennic’s Obsession

  As much as I wasn’t a fan of Rogue One, I did love Director Krennic. I thought he was one of the best characters. Like General Hux, he is obsessed with the Empire and himself. The Empire is a way to bring him power, prestige, and honor so he exploits it and uses it … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Krennic’s Obsession

Haiku Me Friday! Leia’s Pain

There are many theories out there on why Leia opted not to follow the Jedi path like Luke. I think her strengths lay with politics and used that as an explanation. But what I really believe is that when she found out Vader was her father and how the Force had corrupted him, she wanted … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Leia’s Pain

Book Review: Bloodline

If you are going to read Bloodline by Claudia Gray, read it to understand the politics of The Force Awakens.  Actually, make sure you even like politics, because this book has a lot of it.  It fools you with some action, but the action scenes are more like side plots and a cover up to … Continue reading Book Review: Bloodline

Haiku Me Friday! Alderaan

Wouldn’t it be interesting if we get to see Alderaan on the big screen sometime soon?  We are going to see so many new anthology movies that this could become a strong possibility.  I can’t imagine them not giving us this planet after knowing that we never saw it in both trilogies.  Well, we kind … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Alderaan