I hope you have a wonderful day with family, friends and loved ones. Peace and joy to you.
Pedro Lastra I really don't like zombie fiction. I haven't watched any of the zombie movies or TV shows. Even the shows that feature pseudo-zombies (disease or infection that turn people into brain dead cannibals) have me reaching for the remote pretty quickly. I don't know why, exactly, I don't like 'em.
Like skyscapers going viral in Dubai, "tall" is a modern phenomenon. Man has grown four inches higher in just the last 100 years. If the cause was genetics, that would be a freaky-fast change, but the causes are actually far more prosaic: Better food, absence of disease, and a social preference for height, which
Atlas Obscura recently posted about strange things found inside books. What's the strangest thing you've ever found? I have found other people's homework notes, letters and strange bookmarks. Dead bugs. Pressed flowers -- especially those I've pressed myself and forgotten about. (And my, they bring back memories!) I think the strangest thing I've ever found
. Aren't they fantastic covers? Dar Albert of Wicked Smart Designs rebuilt my two contemporary romance covers and gave them a fresh, gorgeous new update. While I was updating the covers, I also thought: Why not put them into a boxed set? So I did. Both contemporary romance novels by Tracy Cooper-Posey, boxed together
And apropos nothing, every time I see Kermit with his banjo, I think of that sweeping opening scene in The Muppet Movie and the charming banjo chords.... Happy Sunday!
When you ask to join a Facebook group, the administrators get a thumbnail breakdown of who you are, and what other groups you belong to, to help them decide if they will approve your membership or not. I run two groups and regularly "vet" requests to join. What I find the most interesting about
An absolutely gorgeous and haunting railway track in the Ukraine. The tunnel was formed by letting the trees grow up around the three-times-daily train, with only the passage of the train to trim them. Now the tunnel fits around the train perfectly. Even in winter, this place is delightful: Evocative...and absolutely will show
#1 in Victorian Historical Romance this week* When Lady Philomena Housley finds herself proposed to by the Marquess of Durham, she only hesitates a day before agreeing- never mind that she's never met the gentleman in her life. Get at your favourite retailer. [*Taken from Amazon.com best seller charts, but link is for all international
This isn't a quote from Fitzgerald's books. It is something he said about his wife, Zelda.