The Rig was a moderately interesting show. It’s one of those shows where the trailer really draws you in, but the execution was a little meh. Continue reading The Earth Strikes Back
This book has been on my shelf for years. I’ve been meaning to read it, and I’m glad that I finally did. It was a pleasant adventure, far from Earth, dealing with a bizarre dilemma. Continue reading Don’t Shoot! I promise I’m not a spy. Ok, you got me. I am.
Timothy Zahn is definitely one of my favorite authors. He loves to explore a wide variety of topics in his science fiction novels. In The Sibyl’s War trilogy, he explores the question: “What if there was an alien ship, controlled by an ancient AI, that was then captured by space pirates who abducted people from all over the galaxy and made them fight each other to see if they would make good slave soldiers or not?” Continue reading The spaceship was an alien zoo controlled by an A.I.
I thought, “Surely they can’t make a GOOD movie about two girls being stuck at the top of a tower.” I was wrong. Continue reading I Have An Idea – Let’s Do Something Really Stupid…
Blesed Mode by Kel Mitchell Synopsis Blessed Mode is a 90-day, daily devotional that will challenge and encourage you. Each devotional also contains a prayer and an action that you can take to put the given day’s topic to work. Kel covers a wide range of topics such, as speaking with kindness, not dwelling on past hurts, and seeing the world as Christ sees it. … Continue reading Blessed Mode
Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff by Chip Gaines It seems that there is this mean streak in people today. They feel entitled to speak down to anyone they feel is not as smart as they! This is shown in the reviews of this book. This is a nice guy telling us about his life in a nice way. When I read … Continue reading Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff
Miranda Warning by Heather Day Gilbert My husband’s deep brown eyes glowed as he handed me the cocoa. “Maybe you’ll sleep better tonight, Rosey.” I was tired of the charade between us. I never wanted to smile at his dinner parties again. Never wanted to beg him for the children he wouldn’t give me. I’d never again clean up his clothes, covered in moonshine vomit.I … Continue reading “I chose the day I would die”