Iconic Places in Literature You Can Visit

Iconic Places in Literature You Can Visit

Book Culture

Ever wanted to visit places you’ve literally only read about? Well you are in luck my friend. This is a list of iconic literary places you can actually visit.   Tom Riddle’s Grave We first learn about Tom Riddle’s grave stone in the fifth book in the series, Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire Image via Off Exploring The grave is in an actual cemetery in Greyfriars Kirk, Scotland. Obviously the cemetery exactly like it is in the book but JK was rumored to have walked the cemetery and got inspiration for other character names. Many Harry Potter come to …

The Nerdiest Latte Art for National Espresso Day

The Nerdiest Latte Art for National Espresso Day

Book Culture

If you’re feeling like you need an extra shot of energy today, you have an excuse to drink as much coffee as you want. I mean, if you’re a book lover you’re probably currently curled up in a cafe with coffee and a good book anyway. November 23rd is National Espresso Day!  Espresso is made by using pressurized water and ground coffee to create coffee topped with a foam called crema. Delicious, delicious caffeine… Latte art is a form of art as delicate and precise as any other art form, and some of the nerdy designs that artists have made …

The Icy Scoop and Review of Frozen II

The Icy Scoop and Review of Frozen II

Pop Culture

It’s officially release day of Disney’s newest darling, Frozen II. Last night, I went to one of the earliest screenings, and I got the details.  If you don’t want spoilers, turn away and slam this door!     IMAGE VIA VITAL THRILLS   Synopsis: Three years after the events of the first film, Elsa starts to hear a strange sound from the north calling her. Together with her sister Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven, they embark on a new journey beyond their homeland of Arendelle in order to discover the origin of Elsa’s magical powers and save their kingdom. Consensus: …