The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTY-FOUR)

Katherine Kane didn’t think she was going to have fun hanging out with her neighbor, Marcon, but it wasn’t long before his infectious joy rubbed off on her, making her forget the troubles that she had willingly placed upon herself.

He took her on the nearby subway to a bar located deep within a dark alleyway in Gotham called Shadow Pub. It was a very blatant title. Inside, however, in the musky, neon-colored indoors of the bar, there was a sense of mystery that made the establishment feel like she had left Gotham. The people there, knowing Marcon, greeted him with expected enthusiasm. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTY-FOUR)

Revisiting The Last Jedi Novel: Part 5

Oh, I’m so excited to see where 13-15 will take me. I’ve already seen that Chapter 13 is apparently the chapter where Kylo Ren and Rey have their first Force connection so it should be fun reading this riveting interaction in detail. Here we go!


Chapter 13 is expectedly entertaining as it portrays Rey and Kylo Ren’s first Force connection and her first lesson with Luke.

Pertaining to the Force connection, there are a lot of fascinating elements to garner from this scene but what I found to be the most interesting were two distinct things.

One; it says that when she first noticed him as he was getting his scar tended to it almost felt like she could feel the robot helping him touching her own cheek. That proves how very STRONG their bond actually is. For her to feel the things he feels means they’re connected in a way that could very possibly potentially mean they could be family. You just never know.

Two, there’s a moment in the chapter that I found to be very interesting. As she’s thinking about her troubling confrontation with Kylo Ren she harks on her first moments with him on Takodana and StarKiller Base.

It says here: Kylo had urged to let him be her teacher–had pleaded with her, almost. She had rejected him–only to be rejected, in turn, by Luke.

It’s this moment where the seed begins to plant in her mind that maybe the differences between her and Kylo Ren aren’t so drastic but rather they may have more in common than they both realize. Continue reading Revisiting The Last Jedi Novel: Part 5

An Early Christmas Gift

Yesterday I was sitting around, not doing much, when all of a sudden a package appeared on my home’s front doorstep. I’m intrigued but I stay where I’m seated, watching as my family opens the box, and boom, out of nowhere appears something that I didn’t expect, a freaking Jannah Funko Pop!

I practically lost it! I couldn’t believe it. Ever since seeing the Jannah Funko Pop my sister and I have wanted it and now, thanks to a surprise from my parents, we have it. I couldn’t be more thrilled. And it’s even cuter in person.


Seeing this in person, having it in my hands, I’ve experienced some thrilling surprises from my parents but this is definitely one of the best. Gosh, I love Star Wars (and surprises. 😊)

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day. May the Force be with you, always.

If Only She Could Tell the Truth: Part 16

As Qi’ra followed the Pyke director of Kessel through his facility she mentally took notes of the building. Its interior, how many guards stood ready for trouble, and all of the facility’s escape routes.

He led her to a room, the control room was what he called it, and her eyes immediately noticed on one of the screens the slaves working diligently in the Kessel mines. Her stomach churned. The sight of so many suffering souls made her suddenly feel self-conscious of the brand on her wrist. Continue reading If Only She Could Tell the Truth: Part 16