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05 January 2015 @ 12:04 am
1. Made to Be Broken - Kelley Armstrong
2. Wild Justice - Kelley Armstrong
3. Forever Odd - Dean Koontz
4. Brother Odd - Dean Koontz
5. Odd Hours - Dean Koontz
6. Symbiont - Mira Grant
7. Pocket Apocalypse - Seanan McGuire
8. Dead Inside: Do Not Enter: Notes From the Zombie Apocalypse - Lost Zombies
9. The Undead Pool - Kim Harrison
10. The Witch With No Name - Kim Harrison
11. Crazy Rich Asians - Kevin Kwan
12. Hellenic Polytheism: Household Worship - Christos Pandion Panopoulos
13. Dead Heat - Patricia Briggs
14. Cult of Aphrodite: Rites and Festivals of The Golden One - Laurelei Black
15. No Humans Involved - Kelley Armstrong*
16. Personal Demon - Kelley Armstrong*
17. Rose Red Chain - Seanan McGuire

Short stories & novellas:
-San Diego 2014: The Last Stand of The California Brown Coats - Mira Grant
-How Green This Land, How Blue This Sea - Mira Grant
-Quarterd - Tanya Huff
-Bone Garden - Amanda Downum
-Rat Catcher - Seanan McGuire
-The Ghosts of Buorbon Street - Seanan McGuire
18 May 2014 @ 04:27 pm
I hope some of the new shows this fall are good because this season alone I dropped Grimm, Once Upon A Time, Revenge and The Vampire Diaries. I want to drop The Big Bang Theory too, but the husband still likes it enough and I don't care enough to make a stink.  I've been hate watching for two seasons so I guess that'll keep happening.

I'm on the fence about Lost Girl (season five better be amazing to make up for the crap fest that was season four).

Psych,  How I Met Your Step Mother (don't even get me started on my lingering rage about HIMYM), Raising Hope and Being Human all ended.  Surviving Jack was pretty funny but got canceled after only airing five or so episodes (out of eight- Fox strikes again).

Castle was pretty mediocre this season but I still enjoy it, so I'll be tuning in next season.  Also tuning in for Agents of Shield (just finished this season today- I am emotionally compromised), Sleepy Hollow, New Girl (I don't know why either).  Also going to try Agent Carter (big hopes!), Gotham, and Selfie.

I watched season one of Arrow and Elementary but didn't get around to catching season two, but I want to for both.  (Elementary more than Arrow though)  I might try The Flash next season too, depending on how my season two viewing of Arrow goes.

How about you, three remaining LJ friends?  What are watching?
19 April 2014 @ 06:40 pm
1.  Night Broken ~ Patricia Briggs
2. Odd Thomas ~ Dean Koontz
3.-7. Slayers novels 1-5 ~ Hajime Kanzaka
8. Labyrinth ~ Kat Richardson
9. Magic Breaks ~ Ilona Andrews
10. Parasite ~ Mira Grant
11. Discount Armageddon ~ Seanan Mcguire
12. Midnight Blue-Light Special ~ Seanan Mcguire
13. Half-Off Ragnarok ~ Seanan Mcguire
14. Chimes At Midnight ~ Seanan Mcguire
15. The Winter Long ~ Seanan Mcguire
16. Exit Stratergy ~ Kelley Armstrong
17. Honoring The Ancestors: A Basic Guide ~ Galina Krasskova
22 May 2013 @ 01:11 pm

(cross posted from Tumblr)

In general, I did like this movie.  It was better than the second one.

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26 April 2013 @ 09:52 pm
I know I'm way behind the times, but I've made a tumblr.  It's mostly for fandom rants, gifs, pics and spam.  But follow me or something.  Let me know if you have one and I'll follow you too. 
17 March 2013 @ 12:00 pm
Hello everyone.  I need you to go check out my friend's crowdfunding request.  She's a fantastic writer who needs some cash right now.  She's got 5,000 words of her novella up for free so you can go see read and see I'm not lying about the fantastic part.  If you have an extra buck or more, please help her out and chip in.  http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/cubism-is-so-superannuated/x/1708888
01 March 2013 @ 10:50 am

We finally watched Skyfall last night.  Overall, it was good.  It was a little too long and got kind of boring for a while in the middle but still good.

Spoilers for Skyfall, Hart of Dixie and Castle...Collapse )

I finally, finally finished Wizard's First Rule.  Nothing happened for 790 pages and then everything was summed up in the last 30 in a really haphazard way.

This week, I've read Kelley Armstrong's Waking The Witch and Spellbound, 2/3 of the last Otherworld books.  The last three are basically a trilogy, to end the series in a big bang.  They're been ok books, but not the big deal fireworks I was expecting.  I think they're the same level of interesting as the other ten in the series.  I'm loving Savannah as the narrator though.  I'll be picking up the last book at the library today.  A little sad that the series is over, but thirteen books is a good run.  I wish that Jamie and Eve had gotten more than one book each though.

Nothing else going on with me lately.  Fandom has sort of taken over.

08 February 2013 @ 11:18 am

  1. Batwoman: Elegy ~ written by Greg Rucka*

  2. Birds of Prey ~ Chuck Dixon

  3. Birds of Prey: New Friends, Old Enemis ~ Chuck Dixon

  4. Nightwing:  The Hunt for Oracle ~ Chuck Dixon

  5. Batman: Year One ~ Frank Miller

  6. Catwoman: Her Sister's Keeper ~ Mindy Newell

  7. Birds of Prey: Of Like Minds ~ Gail Simone

*denotes recommendation

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03 February 2013 @ 11:12 am

  1. World War Z ~ Max Brooks

  2. Zeus: Gods and heroes of the ancient world ~ Ken Dowden

  3. John Dies at the End ~ David Wong

  4. This Book is Full of Spiders ~ David Wong

  5. Wizard's First Rule ~ Terry Goodkind

  6. Waking the Witch ~ Kelley Armstrong

  7. Spellbound ~ Kelley Armstrong

  8. Thirteen ~ Kelley Armstrong

  9. Fair Game ~ Patricia Briggs

  10. Ever After ~ Kim Harrison

  11. Some Girls Bite ~ Chloe Neill

  12. Salvation of A Saint ~ Keigo Higashino

  13. Frost Burned ~ Patricia Briggs

19 July 2012 @ 02:22 pm
Hello, everyone!  It's been forever since I've posted, but I've been stalking my flist.  Honest. I've been in a black whole of despair and other bs for almost a year now so I haven't felt like posting or doing much of anything.  I've only stopped by to let you all know that 1. I still <3 you.  2.  My very talented friend zarathustra is taking writing commissions!  She's fantastic and will write that non-fanfic story you've always wanted to read.  So take that $10 you've got laying around and head over here for the details.