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Amber Coykendall



A deep thinker with a penchant for the dramatic and unusual viewing or reading pleasures. I enjoy things that make you go “hmmm”. I dive head first into the human emotion❤️‍🔥🖤❤️‍🩹 laugh HARD & OFTEN,cry with people or creatures who are hurting. A fan of the spooky,creepy,and mysterious- good vibes & energy in real life though, please🪬I believe: life’s too short to finish bad books or shows, when we already have enough uncontrollable and/or necessary things in life that can be unpleasant.


Truly LOVED this book and these characters. I found myself thinking: “what would I sell my soul for…”. I related so deeply to the wants and desires of Addie & Henry. I mean, don’t we all just want to be fully seen and loved to our bones for WHO WE REALLY ARE!? We all have light and dark inside us, and at times the darkness wins. We are human, flawed, and perhaps we could all relate to being in a similar situation—finding ourselves tempted to go to the dark side, to get what we want, to stop feeling the hurts in life. But it always comes with a price. I did come away thinking of this quote: “That time always ends a second before you’re ready.That life is the minutes you want minus one.” 🤔🥹

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The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Books | V. E. Schwab

Gawd, the 80’s were great! I was truly OBSESSED with Elisabeth Shue. And the opening of this movie was EVERYTHING, as she danced and sang 🎶 “he walked up to me and asked me if I wanted to dance”🎶. I thought she was the coolest, most beautiful being to walk the earth. I wanted her hair, her face, her clothes. Let me be clear: this isn’t an award winning film, BUT it is straight 80’s nostalgia for me. “It’s just a pool of mushy goo!”-Chris Parker “LIKE SpaghettiOs!!??”-Sara. #nostalgia #80s

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Adventures in Babysitting

Movies | Comedy

This movie is a classic. I’ve watched it so many times, I’ve lost count. Just recently revisited it, and it’s still got it-I love it. Dishes are done, man! 😜

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Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead

Movies | Comedy

Sucked me in. This book had it all for me. Human emotion. Drama. The “WTF’s⁉️” and “OMG’s❗️”. The sadness. The pain. But…eventually freedom. I’m always intrigued by the upbringings and life journeys of others, and just how vastly different each human experience can be. I find it interesting how religion factors into fractured relationships and strained family dynamics. 🤔I know there’s been chatter about the family not agreeing with Tara’s account of all this, but everyone’s perception/reality is different. I also don’t believe they’d come out and say “yeah it’s all true. Great book. 5 stars.” There might be delusion, shame, and or denial of the truth. I’ve lived my life with a mother who’s delusional and unable to face some hard truths in life, so it’s completely plausible to me that her story is being refuted for other reasons than just being “fabricated”.

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Books | Tara Westover

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