Harlequin has a reputation for being melodramatic and instilling women with unrealistic expectations about relationships. However you might feel about this romance novel publishing company, you can’t say that they don’t know how to laugh at themselves.
They’ve recently come out with two new online commercials for their subscription service entitled, “Make a Date With Harlequin.” They feature regular women going on dates with archetypal romance novel heroes, like Vikings and cowboys.
And they’re hilarious.
Continue reading “Read our Rant: Make a Date With Harlequin”
This blog post does not contain spoilers of any kind.
This week’s blog post was originally going to be a follow-up to my Riverdale post.
However, another show I watch has plagued my thoughts and emotions for this past week.
If you watch Geek and Sundry’s D&D web series, Critical Role, you know that show is so much more than what it says on the tin. Also, if you are up to date, you probably know why I haven’t been able to shake out of this vague emotional stupor. Continue reading “The Critical Role of not Spoiling Your Friends”