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text 2014-04-10 17:05
All Caught Up

Ok so this isn't book related and some people are probably tired of hearing me talk about this but I have finally finished watching season one of Vikings. It was really interesting knowing where the characters are in season two before watching season one and getting to see how they got there.


This definitely changed how I feel about certain characters. I pity Siggy now, I feel some anger towards Rollo (before watching season one I actually felt sorry for him), and by god do I feel anger towards Ragnar. I just want to slap Ragnar and be like "You're an idiot." I hated Aslaug before watching season one and my feelings towards her haven't really changed, although when watching her with her children in season two I do like her a teeny bit. Oh and as far as Athelstan is concerned I have to say that I like his hair better in season two than in season one (I absolutely love him in both seasons and am worried about him now).


I have finished in time for the new episode tonight and it supposedly going to be shocking so I am concerned about characters being killed off. Well we'll see what happens.


(Side note: So I like Donal Logue as King Horik but every time I see him I still see him as Sean Finnerty on Grounded For Life and I keep expecting Claudia to walk in and be like "What the hell are you doing?")

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review 2013-11-08 08:12
Beg (Songs of Submission) (Volume 1) - C.D. Reiss

Like my friend Lisa said, the blurb screams this is not me and that's what I have to say. Beg is the pole opposite of what I like to read. After reading 50 Shades and Bared to You and its several rip-offs by mistake because they were claimed to be the "bestsellers" I'm not going to willingly read such books anymore.
Yes, this book - or rather, novella - follows the 50 Shades plot lines but its too small for anything to happen and I don't care. I'm not like other people who were craving for the hero and heroine and to get together and have bed-breaking sex, so no way I'm going to read its sequels.

There's no need for me to do a detailed review, let me just sum up everything in five words : I don't give a shit. 

Made a mistake by requesting this book, at least now I know I'll never do that again.

*This copy was provided to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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text 2013-10-15 18:01
DAMMIT. (page 206)
The Red Queen Dies: A Mystery - Frankie Y. Bailey


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review 2012-09-15 00:00
I Don't Care About Your Band: Lessons Learned from Indie Rockers, Trust Funders, Pornographers, Felons, Faux-Sensitive Hipsters, and Other Guys I've Dated - Julie Klausner 3.5 really, because Julie Klausner is a funny and wise woman and I love her podcast. Not quite 4 stars, but an enjoyable and worthwhile read.
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review 2012-03-28 00:00
I Don't Care! Said the Bear (Giggle Club)
I Don't Care! Said the Bear (Giggle Club) - Colin West Fun rhyming story which reminds one of Dr. Seuss. I laughed out loud.
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