Mandatory Spoiler Warning The following post will discuss events in 'The Stranger.' I will not disclose the ending, but other events are fair game and, let's face it, too good not to discuss. Most people took huge gulps of the series once it went live on January 30, while life made me take the series … Continue reading Can We Talk About Harlen Coben’s The Stranger Now?
Sometimes, the universe, or a member of that universe, comes along as if to say, "you need a momentary distraction. May I help?" And help he does. Yoink! That's what I started to say, then learned it was a test shot. Really? What's the class? Introductory Cardiac Arrest? The actual photoshoot is like, what, graduate … Continue reading Lost: One Jaw. Please Return to Owner
If you had one song left inside your soul What would you sing tonight? If you had one chance left before we're old The last song of your life What is it you wait for? Tell me who you are Not what you've rehearsed All the other parts https://youtu.be/PrLmRtCntgU Friday, August 2, 2019, … Continue reading Music Monday: The Last Song Of Your Life by P!nk
When a book gets adapted, I look the title up at the Winnipeg Public Library site to see if it's available or its current status. If the book title involves Richard Armitage, double or triple that curiosity. I took a peek at Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer, a sliding-doors-esque novel with 37 copies and … Continue reading A ‘Stranger’ At the Library
What project does he want to shout from the rooftops? I thought as I read Richard Armitage's Christmas message about a project he couldn't mention yet. Inevitably, come fangirls will sigh it will fall short of some standard they set for him. There are some Armitage projects I don't own like Pilgrimage (note to self: … Continue reading When Something Turns So Many Cranks
People make inferences all the time, sometimes tinged with past experiences they miss something major, others times things give off a set of wordless vibes, tucked at the back of your mind until later. For instance, I knew my grade 7 Language Arts class, now called English Language Arts (ELA), had a different makeup of … Continue reading Book Talk: Burgling The Hobbit
The Last Kingdom just released their new season en masse instead of weekly like they did last year. I suspect the algorithm discovered people bided their time and binged a few at a time or all of it. The show, in nutshell, deals with a Saxon-turned-Dane named Uthred as he walks between two worlds at … Continue reading Bearded Guys With Swords