Mary Balogh: Almost PersuadedColleen Gleason: Northanger CastleSusan Krinard: Blood and PrejudiceJanet Mullany: Little to Hex Her2010, HarlequinDate read: 7/3/2010E-book ARC from Harelquin via Netgalley.comPublication Date September 28, 2010From Harlequin:But even if the whole world was against them, it would not matter.They were together—again. And this time they would remain together.Until death do them part and, […]
Image via Wikipedia I thought with tomorrow being our [USA] Independence Day it would be fun to find some information on fourth of July weirdness to share. For some reason, I thought it would be hard to find paranormal bits to share with you; it’s not as if this is Halloween. I was again surprised […]
So the results are in. Most of us agree that it isn’t the actor, it is the makeup that is interfering with out ability to fantasize about Alexander/Eric. One friend did come up with a hunk, Jason Lewis, who would also fill the bill and she suggests the Absolut Hunk picture in particular. You may […]
Is that amazing or what? Perhaps critics of the books, the movies and yes, even the fans should eat some crow. Here is a cute interview of Mr. Lautner holding his own with David Letterman, yesterday, July 1, in two parts. Seriously, I don’t know too many 18 year old kids who are able to […]
Alexia Tarabotti is laboring under a great many social tribulations. First, she has no soul. Second, she’s a spinster whose father is both Italian and dead. Third, she is being rudely attacked by a vampire to whom she has not been properly introduced! Where to go from there? From bad to worse apparently, for Alexia […]
Brilliant friend to all bloggers featured me last week! Thanks PJV for your help and I’m back! Also see the Crazy-for-books hop, below!
I love the blog hop each week generously hosted by www.crazy=for-books.com. In this forum, bloggers network, learn and help each other. Stating this week we answer a question from Crazy-for-books: My name is Stephanie and I started blogging because I found the “rules” for all fantasy lit, particularly modern vampire, fascinating and I have opinions […]
I saw this at the Bookoholic Zone and I had to replay it for you. The Bookoholic has some great book trailers and reviews.
Ah Eric, We had such hopes. My friend Paula sent me a drawing of a-could-have-been Eric Northman type (right).http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h310/calclan/EricNorthman.jpg I thought I would look and see what is available in the Norse God department (5th Floor, Norse Gods, watch your step). From a blog about Tennis we have THOR (left: http://seshdotcom.wordpress.com/2008/04/01/telling-thor-is-he-the-greatest-of-norse-gods/ This guy, Fandral, below […]
You know how anticipation can result in disappointment? Well, I just got home from Eclipse and I have to say that in my opinion it is technically and performance-wise the best movie of the three. I was not disappointed. Where Hardwicke’s Twilight was impassioned but flawed, and New Moon was cold and a chapter by […]
I read Bite Me by Parker Blue (Kindle Edition) Sunday and found it a delightful cross between Chick-lit and Young Adult with a soupcon of danger and mayhem. There is a bit of sexual tension, but much less than the average teen with access to HBO will have seen. The main character is just 18 […]
Apparently, Ancestry.con has found fangs in a couple of closets, the Princes Royal, the Prince of Public Popularity and the writer that made a time of day the byword of an empire: As much as this story belongs on the third page of The Onion, it actually comes straight from the Associated Press. Last night […]
Well, here I am truly at a loss for words. No, really, I went to edit a post and lost the entire thing that I had spent hours writing yesterday. In truth it has made me feel a bit sick. I will try to regain it from my memory, but I can’t possibly believe I […]