Meredith Collins

Meredith Collins is a book nerd with more than a few guilty pleasures, among them sweet potato fries, trashy fiction, hard cider and all things Victorian. She is owned by three beautiful cats who try to keep her from writing on a daily basis. Somehow she manages because she writes hard cider reviews at AlongCameCider and contributes articles to a number of online publications. Catch up with all of her obsessions on Pinterest

Focusing on the tiny glimmers of love and affection is the only way I managed to get through this super depressing episode of Game of Thrones. Please...

“The Flood” centers on what happens to everyone in the Mad Men world when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination takes place in April of 1968....

I admit that I approached John J. Healey’s Emily and Herman: a Literary Romance with mixture of anticipation and doubt. On the one hand, I love historical...

Dossie Easton and Janet Hardy’s 1997 book The Ethical Slut became an instant classic for individuals (whether single or in a relationship) to learn...

Everyday people fall in love in unexpected places and in unexpected ways. No one knows that better than BDSM author Laura Antoniou, best known for her...

“Kissed by Fire” has to be the best episode of the season thus far. It offers everything, including some particular moments we’ve been waiting to...

At long last Joan takes center stage in this episode. Unfortunately, not everything is going right for (almost) everyone’s favorite lady. Joan gets...

Forgive me for not going in chronological order this week, but I am simply too excited. Let me share why. In Astapor, Daenerys goes about trading her largest...

Tender Moments, Heartbreak, and Righteous Anger. Mad Men Season 6: Episode 2 Recap Jon Hamm returns to the directorial helm, and Don stays on an emotional...

My reading reveals that Game of Thrones: Season 3 Episode 3 was more divisive than the previous two episodes this season. Some found its pacing to be strange,...