Here’s a preview of the new zine I’ll be selling at SPX!

Common Curses & Blessings is a 2-in-1 mini-zine about the most mundane and insignificant things the universe throws at you. They probably shouldn’t even have an impact on your day, but they totally do.

Read it facing one way, and you’ll read about the curses. Flip it over and read about the blessings. You’ll just have to come to SPX and see how it works!

2-color risograph printed, 4.25” x 5.5”. 16 pages, 8 curses, 8 blessings. Come to table A12 and check it out!


It’s that time again! Here’s the scoop: • follow us➡ omniastudios. Must be a follower to be eligible. • REBLOG this post, do not delete original text. • NO giveaway only blogs and only reblog ONCE PER DAY. • Winner receives one sterling silver Celestial Lunar Oracle ring in their size, valued at $270 USD. • Giveaway ends October 13th, 2014. Winner will be chosen at random using and announced on October 14th. • Must be 18 years old or have parent/guardian permission to enter. • This giveaway is not affiliated with or sponsored by Tumblr.

Good luck, lovelies! <3

{TB Talks TV} #TBT — “Heroes” Showed the Dangers of Plotting Without a Plan



The invincible cheerleader. The telekinetic cop. The time-traveling comic book geek. The flying lawyer. The power-absorbing nurse. These were the heroes of , NBC’s hot and cold, good-until-it-wasn’t, oft-derided sci-fi response to “Lost.” The series, which debuted in 2006, followed a bunch of interesting nobodies who discover that they possess extraordinary abilities. It’s not a coincidence, either; these privileged few come to realize their full potential around the time of a solar eclipse, and more importantly, during times of immense personal trial and strife.

It’s impossible to talk about “Heroes” without talking about “Lost.” There were virtually no plot similarities between the the two shows, but “Heroes” still shared a lot with “Lost,” which debuted two seasons before it. Like “Lost,” it focused on a wide ensemble of characters, and it had an overarching myth arc that hinted at a conspiracy and raised five new mysteries for every one that was solved.

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{TB Talks TV} Teen Wolf Review: “Smoke & Mirrors”




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So, Scott, Stiles, a kitsune, and a werecoyote go to Mexico to track down Derek who was kidnapped by Kate Argent. She was supposed to be dead but apparently she became werejaguar or something. But surprise, Derek is seventeen again. That’s not good, but it’s ok – it wears off. Except for the part where he lost all of his powers. Uh-oh. Meanwhile, someone is paying assassins to kill off all the supernatural creatures in town and wow is there a lot of them. There’s a new teen wolf in town – Liam – and he’s got anger issues, but he’s the new straight white male lead so he’s cool. Meredith is a banshee but also the Benefactor, but only because years ago she was coincidentally put next to Peter in the hospital and she overheard his vengeful coma-thoughts and decided to act them out. Oh, and Peter has been trying to kill Scott to gain his alpha powers.

And that’s what you missed on !

Tonight was the season finale of MTV’s supernatural teen drama and it came with an extra 15 minutes of fun, blood, and bullets (well, 7 ½ with commercials). But let’s be perfectly honest about something – that extra time wasn’t really needed. In fact, most of the season wasn’t needed. Looking back, you can almost watch the first couple of episodes and then skip to the finale and you won’t have missed much that’s truly integral to the overarching plot. The events surrounding the Benefactor don’t really connect to anything that leaves an impact and I can’t help but wonder what else could have filled the time?  The Hale family?  Lydia’s banshee powers?  A pack camping trip?

I could recap the events of the episode for you, but I’m not entirely sure they matter, in the end. I’m quite certain you can guess roughly what happened – some monologuing, a lot of fighting, and the set up for the next season’s troubles. So instead, there a couple of things I want to talk about.

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Celestial Lunar Oracle ring with deeply antiqued sterling silver, white topaz accent.

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whenever I’m underwater I always touch my hair because there’s no frizz and it’s smooth and flowing and all w h o o s h and that’s why I’m pissed I’m not a fucking mermaid.

I’m not where I need to be, but thank god I’m not where I used to be.

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