I may have mentioned it before, but Star Wars is my jam, yo. One of the first movies I ever saw that ignited my imagination as a young child. Seeing A New Hope in the theater is one of my earliest memories, and I have never stopped being a fan. I didn’t even hate the prequels like a lot of people. Sure, Jar-Jar is silly, but whatever.
Today, the first official teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was revealed. And I have analyzed it, scene-by-scene, and want to offer my initial thoughts on each one. Warning: there will be spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the trailer yet, I suggest you do so by going here. Continue reading Star Wars: The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer Is Here!
I don’t care who you are, if you’re unaware of Suzanne Collins’ young adult series, The Hunger Games, and its impact on popular culture, you might want to move out of that one-room shack in the woods. Even my 75 year-old father has read (and enjoyed) the series. I’m a huge fan myself and even go so far as to wear a mockingjay pin on my coat. Which is why, this weekend, I couldn’t wait to go see the third installment of the movie series: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part I.
Continue reading The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part I
I am pleased to announce that The Heart Thief is now available for purchase. Currently, it is available on Amazon.com as an ebook and a paperback. However, as of yet, Amazon has not linked the two different versions. I’m assured it will happen eventually. You can find the Kindle version here.
Sometime soon, The Heart Thief will also be available on Barnes & Noble and Apple. It is already available on Kobo and Smashwords, for those who shop those sites. I will also eventually make it possible to order autographed print copies through this site, if I ever figure out how to do that.
But in the meantime, check it out. Read it. Join my mailing list. And if you care to, go ahead and leave a review.