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review 2018-06-24 00:26
A Christmas to Remember: Based on the Hallmark Channel Original Movie by Rebecca Moesta
A Christmas to Remember: Based on the Hallmark Channel Original Movie - Rebecca Moesta


When life presents lemons, learn how to make lemonade. What a cheesy saying but it's rooted in truth. A Christmas To Remember is a dance of love, life and sentiment. Jennifer and John find themselves wrapped in the middle of an uncertain future, yet within that uncertainty lies the best moments of their lives. How do you explain the unexplainable? By making every second count. Everything happens for a reason and although the reasoning is unknown, some things are just meant to be? A Christmas to Remember was meant to be?

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review 2014-11-16 20:34
Just odd...
Star Trek Classics Vol. 1: The Gorn Crisis - Kevin J. Anderson,Rebecca Moesta,Igor Kordey

The plot was only okay, but it was odd that the Gorn drew out the 's' sounds in some words, but not others, which became more problematic when it continued to happen - and not happen - in the same sentence multiple times.  


The art was okay, and then it looked like the characters were caricatures.   And why was the non-speech text white text on black background?   Why were the colors between panels bright reds and purples, and so garish?   A lot of times they didn't compliment the art, at all. 


Overall, I was just left confounded as to who thought this was a good idea...

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text 2014-11-16 18:34
Reading progress update: I've read 15 out of 98 pages.
Star Trek Classics Vol. 1: The Gorn Crisis - Kevin J. Anderson,Rebecca Moesta,Igor Kordey

Why is the non-speech bubble text white on a black background?   It just looks... clumsy, and overbearing, probably because most text like this in a graphic novel is black text on a white or light colored background.  


Not only that, this is particularly garish giving the painterly aspect of the illustrations. 

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text 2014-03-20 01:46
Dance Like a Monkey for CJ Henderson



We don’t just want to do something, we want to do the very best we can. Right now CJ is laying in a hospital bed while they pump poison into his veins for four straight days…96 hours. Can you imagine that? Forget about how utterly horrible it would make you feel to have that stuff entering your body. Forget about how uncomfortable it would be to stay in the same place for all that time wondering if this time it’s actually going to work. Just think about how expensive that must be to lay in that bed for four days constantly getting medication. My husband was in the hospital for just the weekend getting saline in his veins and that was over $25,000 for just two nights of basically salt water.


CJ doesn’t have a job that gives him medical leave, or disability, or even basic health care. If CJ can’t work, CJ doesn’t get paid. Can you imagine worrying about that while lying in that hospital bed? Worrying about your wife and daughter, your mother-in-law, all who depend on you to provide their basic needs? Heck, worrying about all the convention organizers and fans you are disappointing each time you have no choice but to cancel a show…that’s what CJ’s doing. I know because CJ is my friend and I hear these things.


Let me say it again, we DON’T just want to do something, we want to do the VERY BEST we can. That doesn’t just mean meeting our campaign goal. That doesn’t mean hitting a few stretch goals. That means blowing them all out of the water. We need your help for that. We are providing our time, effort, and talent for absolutely NO compensation beyond the satisfaction that we are doing everything we can to help our friend, a man who has given so much to the fannish community in time and enjoyment and brilliant writing. In answering the hopeful author’s questions and offering guidance to those just starting out. CJ doesn’t just look out for himself, he keeps an eye out for all of us and does a good turn where he can.


We aren’t asking much, just return the favor. Chip in a few bucks to get a fantastic anthology. Post or Like or Share our updates on what we are doing and why. Maybe even dance a little…for a good cause. All it takes is a click of a button. Maybe one day of bringing your lunch to work. The sacrifice of the smallest bit of your dignity. Not much. But together think what we can accomplish with those little efforts. Everyone who pledges even just $10 gets an anthology full of high-quality stories by authors at the top of the industry. If we hit stretch goals there are a ton of perks that come with it. Free ebooks. Free music. Free audiobooks. Extra stories. We take this high enough and you get more than one anthology and CJ gets just a little bit of breathing room.


Keep those monkeys dancing and keep those nickels coming!



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review 2011-03-05 00:00
The Shadow Academy (Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights, Book 2)
Shadow Academy - Kevin J. Anderson,Rebecca Moesta This was the very first Star Wars book I ever read. Although the writing isn't perfect I loved the characters and story. Jaina, Jacen and their friends are fantastic characters and Kevin J Anderson and his wife did a great job bringing them to life in this series. Although this was the second book or the series, it was easy to pick up and read as a stand-alone. However, the entire series is definitely worth reading. One thing I wish had more focus in the first several novels was the Shadow Academy and general Jedi training itself and how the academies differed in teaching style. Nonetheless, the Young Jedi Knights series is a fun series for youth and adult alike.
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