TV Addict: Crime Time in the 90s

I have always been a big fan of mystery and crime solving. From Encyclopedia Brown to Sherlock Holmes … oh, wait, this is a TV post not a book post *shifting gears* … From Murder She Wrote to Sherlock, I’m an avid fan. I’ve watched most TV Crime show, or at the very least a […]

Wise Words: What’s coming will come …

Because sometimes I think we get caught up in the “what if”s. We want to be as prepared as we can be. We want to anticipate every move. But I think there comes a point when you’re prepared as much as you can be and you just need to trust yourself to get you through whatever’s […]

Table Talk: Non-Fiction Reads

Okay, who reads non-fiction? Raise your hand … *raises hand*. Well, I’m sure I’m not the only one, but it’s not often I discuss non-fiction reads with other people. I mean, I know that non-fiction reads cover a vast variety of subjects. You have self-help, philosophy, cook books, medical books, books about writing, autobiographies, biographies […]

Movie Junkie 411: The Hundred Foot Journey

Directed by: Lasse Hallstrom Screenplay: Steven Knight, based on a novel by Steven Morais Rated: PG Released: August 8th, 2014 When I first saw this preview, in theaters, the first thought in my head was “Cute.” And cute it was. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s back up. Plot: Basic plot is this India […]

Writing 411: The Editorial Calendar

Well, when I first started taking blogging seriously, I wasn’t sure where I was going with it. I didn’t think I’d be posting regularly or have a good amount of followers or anything like that. I just wanted to get over my fear of writing for public, or should I say, get comfortable with “public” writing. […]

Random 411: Belated National Handwriting Day!

Links: Random 411: Pre-Email Era Kids Can’t Read Grandma’s Recipe Because It’s In Cursive That didn’t come out too badly, I think. And for those who can’t really understand the handwriting, I’ll translate it to type-speak here: So, I just found out that yesterday was National Handwriting Day. How did I miss that!? (Aside from […]

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