Freedom’s Child by Jax Miller
Freedom Oliver works the bar in Oregon. She finally convinced the whippersnappers to leave her alone for the most part. She’s an alcoholic, and keeps to herself (except for a core group of friends, no one really ‘knows’ Freedom). Until the day when she finds out her daughter was killed. Then she tells her cop friend, and disappears into the night.
Mason left his religious family years ago,
It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?
Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading… Please visit the site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome. This week I want to tackle:
Back to the 80s: A Review of Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
I love the 80s. I grew up during them, and so they have a special place in my heart. And, when I can read something that holds the same reverence to my beloved decade, I am super excited. That’s why I was so into this book, because it takes readers Back to the 80s: A Review of Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
Having read his Armada,
A few months ago, Amazon announced that you could add subscriptions to your Prime service for an additional fee. I picked Starz, because it sounded like a good idea… And introduced me to this gem of a show:
I was stoked to see that he mind behind Veronica Mars (Rob Thomas) was behind it, as well as a bunch of faces from The State (one of my favorite comedy troupes) and some favorite actors from Veronica Mars,
It is Monday, and the Book Date asks us what we are reading… So here are the physical books I hope to read this week.
Just picked up the top three. I love Murder She Wrote, so this was a no brainer. Mothership by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal looks hilarious, and it is a trilogy. Prudence is the first book in the Custard Protocol and was pet of a buy two get the third free book.
The kind folks at Geek Watch One (We ARE the Geeks You’re Looking For) posted an article from me about Convention life–specifically the idea of grabbing ALL of a Con into one day.
Check out the link and then check out the current issue of one of the best podcasts out there (I could be biased, but seriously, this group knows what they’re talking about!).
I was hooked on SuperFight the first time I saw them at WonderCon (2014), and I ended up getting a special deck from Loot Crate. So I was stoked to pick up some decks around the holidays. I feel like SuperFight is a little more family-friendly than other card games, and also brings up the usual ‘stand in line and talking about vs’ that I have always found the really cool people do.