Showing posts from April, 2016

Bandit Snow White Photoshoot

I'm a little late in getting to this. If there was still snow on the ground I wouldn't even mention it, but it's almost Summer now, so, dead giveaway.

This photoshoot was done right around new years 2015-2016 in a gorgeous snowy mountain location.
My sister is the model, and cosplay seamstress in question. She's very talented, I'm very proud. ;)

For Halloween 2015 she decided to dress up as Snow White from Once Upon A Time in her super stealthy (STEALTHY *cries*) bandit clothes.

Basically she whipped this out in a couple weeks and I'm still not sure how it happened. Definitely amazed though!

She asked me to photograph her in her costume for obvious reasons, so I busted out my cinematography skills and composed a photoshoot which kind of reminds me of the way they shoot scenes for OUAT. Maybe you don't see it, but I feel like a couple of these could be stills from the show. :'D Looking at them makes me happy, so that's what counts. Unless you're i…

3 Months of Books [ Jan-Mar 2016 ]

Why hello, hello, hello!!
We've come to a time of the year that says 1/4 of it is over. In the last 3 months I've read 12 books. Pretty good! That's probably a new personal best for me, and I also finally have enough to do a little wrap up of what I've read recently.  Welcome to a list of mini-reviews for 12 unassociated books.
1. Murder on the Orient Express, Agatha Christie I LOVED THIS BOOK. It was my first Agatha Christie book, and will only be my last if I develop a sudden hatred for wonderful murder-related classics. Five stars. 
2. Let it Snow, John Green (And others) I should really credit the others for their work on this book because I didn't even like John Green's section all that much. It was a cute story, and I'll automatically like something if it has a complicated storyline that intertwines seamlessly. Good book! Four Stars!
3. The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald The further I am from having read this, the more I love it. It's a fast st…