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 […]

Biblio 411: Burned by Karen Marie Moning

Spoiler Alert: There are definitely spoilers. Author: Karen Marie Moning Release Date: January 20, 2015 Series: Fever Series, #7 Publisher: Delacorte Press I remember when I picked up book one, Darkfever. It was over a year ago and it was at a suggestion for a book group read-a-long. I don’t know if I’d ever consider it otherwise and it’s not […]

TV Addict 411: Psych, you will be missed …

*deep sighs* I have been watching Sean and Gus ever since their debut on USA in 2006. I remember it clearly because Monk was my favorite show at the time and USA had brilliant cross-over promos of Psych and Monk. And I remember I couldn’t wait to watch it. And I remember thinking they should do a cross-over episode with […]

Wise Words: A Different Person

Now, I haven’t the opportunity to read Lewis Carroll’s famous books … to the end, but many of my favorite quotes comes from this tale including this one. Yesterday was another day, another you. Since then you’ve experienced some things, maybe even learned a thing or two, so today you’re a different you.

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