I’m asking for your help! I’ve setup a poll on Facebook: Dream Cast If Second on the Right was to be adapted for the big screen, who would be in the dream cast? For example, would the role of James Hook be better suited for Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Craig, David Tennant or someone else? Voting … Continue reading
Usually, Saturday nights are my only night for watching a movie at home. Most nights I have time for a short television show, while working on my laptop, before going to bed to get up early and begin my work day again. Using the library’s hold system, I reserve movies that, when they come in, … Continue reading
Are you an author? Is your baby finally ready to be released into the world for all to read? Congrats! Now comes the hard part… MARKETING! As you jump from blog to blog, contacting and asking for the opportunity to be promoted, are you ready with the information they need if they respond back with … Continue reading
Sometimes I wonder at the amount of animal blessings that have come into my life. Oh, I know I don’t have it as bad as some out there. And I’ve loved every pet I’ve had living with me. Still, it makes for interesting stories. Allow me to share my personal “top ten animals and what … Continue reading
Spaces, commas and other separators are vital when it comes to writing. Every time I run across something like what is found in the picture below, I’m reminded of the book: Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation.
Wow, what a movie. I wasn’t sure how I would like it. It was intense! Note: There are spoilers in this review, but I did leave the ending out. We are introduced to the mother (Christine), daughter (Rhoda), friend (Monica) and a whole cast of players intertwined in this chilling mystery. In the first scene, … Continue reading
Continuing the celebration of National Library week, here a several books that I have read more than once. My mom hated that she had to read Fox in Socks. It isn’t easy on the tongue. If you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments.
I had to share this! A teen decided to tweet to American Airlines. What I find amusing is the tweets of realization on just how much trouble she’s gotten herself in. I had to laugh at the “I’m not gonna tell my parents”. Well, that and the idea that blocking any agency whose top priority … Continue reading
Synopsis for Bastard’s Brew When L’Wren’s ex-boyfriend Jeff suddenly disappears, she turns to Kevin to help her find him. With one phone call, Kevin makes sure that Jeff stays hidden and that L’Wren’s heart is broken, leaving the door open for Kevin to pursue her. But Kevin is not as free as L’Wren thinks; she … Continue reading
National Library Week 2014 April 13-19, 2014 Lives change @AtYourLibrary: celebrate National Library Week April 13-19 For me, it’s @LACountyLibrary. This week, join libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week, a time to highlight the value of libraries, librarians and library workers. Libraries today are more than repositories for books … Continue reading