Friday Finds, Favorites And Fill-Ins # 3

Friday Finds, Favorites And Fill-Ins # 3

Hi, everyone!  I am grateful to be here with you this week. I hope you had a great last few days, that were exactly what you envisioned them to be. We are much more comfortable this weekend than we were for the last blog hop. After 5 days of noRead More…

My Love/Hate Relationship With Fall Premiere Week(s)

  I love entertainment – may it be in a book or via the small and large screen, it is where my soul and heart lies. Creating my own stories, small and large, has given me a deep appreciation of the art of bringing stories to life. So every year,Read More…

Entertainment, Cookies and Coffee – A Weekend Coffee Share Post

Friends and Coffee Poster by wildapple If you would come over for coffee today, I would tell you about the books I have on my virtual shelf right now, waiting to be read. I would tell you that I love being a reviewer for NetGalley, but that the downside ofRead More…

Book Review: Storm Front by Richard Castle

Title: Storm Front Author: Richard Castle Genre: Thriller/Mystery Publisher: Kingswell Rating: 4.5/ 5 Stars From Tokyo, to Bonn, to London, high-level bankers are being tortured and murdered. The killer, caught in a fleeting glimpse on a surveillance camera, has been described as a psychopath with an eye patch. And thatRead More…

New Series "The Last Ship" Comands Attention

I was torn to watch last night between watching “Rising Star” or “The Last Ship” on TNT. Considering that I read the devastating reviews of the former, I am glad I met the decision to commit to the Drama. And I think you should take a look at it too.Read More…

The Wil Wheaton Project – A SyFy Channel Original

Do you remember Wil Wheaton? The young nerdy, and way too smart kid from Star Trek: Next Generation? Of course, you might remember him from Stand By Me, or more recently “The Big Bang Series”. SyFy has given Wil a new platform, “The Wil Wheaton Project”, a thirty minute showRead More…

Summer TV Shows – Something To Look Forward To

Summer break – many things come to mind, when I hear those two words, good television is usually not one of them. It has traditionally for me been always the time of waiting between shows (okay, I don’t just watch TV and sit around at home, but I do findRead More…

V Is For Variety

Last night, a new show premiered by the name of “The Black Box” promising a unique variety to the usual drama shows, that currently are shown on the small screen. “The Black Box” follows a young Dr., who despite her age is an expert in her field – neuroscience,  carryingRead More…

P Is For Pieces

Picking up the pieces of the few things I have encountered through the week, starting with the letter P 1. Pacific Rim The movie started promising, I was pretty exited about the visual effects and the intro part of the movie – the world coming together to safe itself. WhatRead More…