I got my flu shot on Friday, so I gave myself Saturday off and had a nice knit and Netflix binge. But I watched North and South, which I figure since I write romantic type stories, should sort of count as work. I mean, I really do love a good, scowly hero in a romance. And [...]
Why five? Because I was going to post this on Friday, so it was supposed to be a "Five on Friday" kind of thing. Only I didn't, and it's Tuesday, and Two on Tuesday is too few (say that five times fast), and Ten on Tuesday is too many. So five it is. #1. DFW [...]
*Bad science happens* Me: I don't think that can happen. Mom: The ship's so big it has its own gravity. They said so. Me: That doesn't change physics because Jeff Goldblum said it. Mom: *pout* Why do you have to spoil everything with your "science."
Mom, as everything blows up: DON'T LOSE LUKE'S LIGHTSABER. Me: Jeez, Mom. Priorities. Mom: If that lady with the glasses kept it in a box all this time, it must be important. Does she die? I really like her. Get on the Internet and find out.
I am a total geek for maritime history. I'm a total geek about a lot of things, but my love of all things Tall Ship related goes under the radar because it hasn't come up in a book yet (which is about to change). There's actually a long seafaring tradition on both sides of my [...]
These three recent movies are part of my catch up with 2015 plan. One I saw in the (Big! 3D! IMAX!) theater, one I rented, and one I streamed on Netflix. (It's pretty easy to tell which was which.)
IF I STAY has been on my list to watch ever since it came out on video (it's on Netflix right now) but I knew that was going to need the right mood and moment. Though I have not (to my shame) read the extremely well reviewed book by Gayle Foreman, I knew what I was [...]