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Kudos for “I Was, Am, Will Be Alice”

I Was, Am, Will Be Alice is the winner of the A Woman’s Write competition for 2015! Here’s what Barbara Bamberger Scott of A Woman’s Write had to say about Alice: Elise, who hails from Canada, has composed an elaborate … Continue reading

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Watch “Almost Human” Instead

I don’t see many movies in the theatre anymore, mostly because there hasn’t been much that’s piqued my interest lately. But this week was my husband’s birthday and he wanted to see Chappie. I agreed so long as I could … Continue reading

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CW’s The 100 Proves Sometimes the Book Isn’t Always Better

Thank you so much to Jimmy at Cultured Vultures for posting! I binge watched the CW’s The 100 over the winter break and was hooked. So hooked, in fact, I wasted no time reading the novel that started it all. … Continue reading

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Same plot, different setting

I watched last week’s premiere of Z Nation with some trepidation. I mean, did the world really need another post-apocalyptic television show featuring zombies? I already watch The Walking Dead–need I say anything more?  I was left with mixed feelings … Continue reading

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