Merry Christmas everyone. I hope your day is filled with joy, laughter, and oh yeah. Tons of presents. Have a wonderful holiday everyone. I'm spending the holiday with my mom and cats and I hope you have someone or someones wonderful to spend the day with. This is my last blog entry for 2008 so I'll see you all again on January 01, 2009. I have something special planned for then. Until then, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Today, December 21st, is the Winter Solstice. This is the longest night of the year. The sun sets early and then night comes. After today, the days will slowly start to get longer again.
For me, the winter solstice is the best time of the year. It marks the death of the sun and it's rebirth. Winter is my favorite season and I like the longer nights. Maybe I'm part vampire.:-) There is a beauty about the night that most people don't see because most business is conducted during the day. It's quieter and more peaceful at night.
I wish you all a wonderful short day and beautiful, enchanted longest night. Enjoy the Winter Solstice everyone. Blessed Be.
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Today, to celebrate Christmas, I'm putting up my top twelve book series to read. These are my absolute favorites. Here's the list.
1: Tapestry Series by NJ Walters
2: Carpathian Series by Christine Feehan
3: Drake Sisters Series by Christine Feehan
4: Ghostwalker Series by Christine Feehan
5: Immortals After Dark Series by Kresley Cole
6: Lords Of The Underworld Series by Gena Showalter
7: Poseidon's Warriors Series by Alyssa Day
8: Goddess Summoning Series by PC Cast
9: Pyr Series by Deborah Cooke
10: Dragon Series by Allyson James
11: Psychic Eye Series by Victoria Laurie
12: Argeneau Series by Lynsay Sands
These are my twelve most favorite series to read. Each and everyone is absolutely fantastic. On December 30th, the next book in the Ghostwalker series, Murder Game comes out. I can't wait. I have been waiting for Kadan's story for 7 years. Merry Christmas all.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Next Wednesday is Christmas. Santa will be sliding down the chimney munching on our cookies and eggnog while loading up the tree with gifts. You did remember to bribe that head elf right?
To celebrate the holiday, I thought I'd list my top 12 all-time favorite books. So here goes my top twelve books.
1: Dark Melody by Christine Feehan
2: Woven Dreams by NJ Walters
3: Bite Me If You Can by Lynsay Sands
4: Safe Harbor by Christine Feehan
5: The Black Dragon by Allyson James
6: Dark Needs At Night's Edge by Kresley Cole
7: The Nymph King by Gena Showalter
8: Goddess Of Spring by PC Cast
9: Conspiracy Game by Christine Feehan
10: Goddess By Mistake by Linnea Sinclair
11: Stay With Me by Maya Banks
12: Kiss Of Fire by Deborah Cooke
There are many more books that I absolutely love and read over and over again, but that is my top twelve. Tomorrow I'll list my top 12 favorite series' to read. Ho Ho Ho!
Tuesday, December 09, 2008
Friday, December 12th is my Mom's birthday. I want to wish her a very Happy Birthday. My mom is truly my hero and the day she was born this world became a much better place. I love you very much and hope the day is filled with all the joy you so richly deserve. Thank you for not only being my mom, but my best friend as well. And make sure you thoroughly adore the Peanuts.:-) They love you too.
Monday, December 01, 2008
I just watched the Iron Man movie for the first time and it was phenomonal! Robert Downey Jr. was awesome as billionaire playboy Tony Stark. Stark and his company, started by his father, have long been involved in the design and manufacturing of weapons. Tony doesn't care how many people his weapons kill as long as he makes more and more money to twitter away on his vices of booze, women and parties.
Then comes the fateful day he is captured by terrorists using his own weapons technology. An explosion launches shrapnel into his heart. Another man taken by the terrorists builds a temporary pacemaker using a car battery. The terrorists demand that Stark build a missle for them, but instead he builds his first Iron Man suit with a built in pacemaker. Using the suit, Tony escapes but the doctor who helped him is unfortunately killed.
Tony returns a changed man and vows that Stark Enterprises will no longer produce weapons. This doesn't sit well with his partner who enjoys the profits of weaponry way too much. And so the battle lines are drawn. Tony must stop his former partner from stealing his Iron Man technology and destroying the free world as we know it.
This movie was awesome. It was not only action-packed as you'd suspect from a Marvel superhero movie, it was so funny. Watching Tony experiment with his first few suits to perfect the propulsion was so hilarious. Let's just say, I have a feeling Robert Downey Jr.'s stunt double handled those scenes. Iron Man is out on DVD now and it's fantastic.