I’m over at the Whine Sisters today chatting on about the movies I saw this weekend. Come on by and share the last movie you saw, or what you want to see!
Chatting about Gone, Girl over at The Whine Sisters today. Hint: Now that I’ve started reading it, I’m not gonna get anything else done! Have you read it? If not, give it a try. I bet you’ll love it:
I’m talking Scooby-Doo over at the Whine Sisters today. What has Scooby taught you? And don’t forget, The Cat’s Fancy sale ends in just a couple of days! Snag your copy and help an animal today!
Come join the celebration at The Whine Sisters! Fireworks and my favorite Revolutionary War-related comedy routine from the master, Bill Cosby!
About five minutes away from finalizing the formatting of THE CAT’S FANCY, my first full-length ebook release (which, coincidentally, happens to be my first full-length novel!). Originally published in 2000, CAT holds a special place in my heart. It’s a light fairy tale about a cat in love with her master, and it was published… Read more »
Today, I’m blogging over at the Whine Sisters, and I posted a link to Porcelain Unicorn, a truly lovely short film. And I mean short. Just three minutes. Pop on over and check it out if you want to see a truly powerful punch packed into just three short minutes. Compare that to something like… Read more »
I’m over at the Whine Sisters today whining about how much I don’t like working out … but also about how I’ve found a workout that, yes, works for me. Tabata sprints! Read all about it here. Do you do Tabata’s? What’s your favorite workout?
“Sadly, there aren’t that many movies hitting the screen that I’m excited about anymore. I’m not sure if it’s the state of Hollywood or the fact that I’m not 21 anymore (though just barely past that, of course). But I’ve been to a couple recently, and that means I’ve seen trailers. And most of the… Read more »
Come say hi to her over at the Whine Sisters!
I’ve been re-watching Lost lately (I think I mentioned that in a recent blog post), and it’s a lot of fun. But there’s one big problem, and it’s the same problem I run across as I read The Hunger Games with my eldest kiddo (we need to finish this week in time to see the… Read more »