Grimjinx Rebellion Cover Reveal


Author Brian Farrey blogged a cover reveal for his upcoming book The Grimjinx Rebellion.  This is the third book in the Vengekeep Prophecies (trilogy) so I am looking forward to it because they are good middle grade fantasy books combining adventure, humor, and a sprinkling of morality.  Sprinkling.  It's about a family of thieves.

Cover was done by Brett Helquist and thankfully matches the previous two books. Such joy I will have with my complete set.

I think the book comes out in October.

Here is the link for people who didn't get suckered in by a tweet this morning:

Brian Farrey:  The Official Website:  Three is a magic number

Now You See Me

I apologize that this is a mostly useless post but if you haven't seen Now You See Me, it's a $0.99 rental on iTunes. For like a week. I enjoyed it. I guess this is a recommendation. I'm not providing a link because I'm typing this out on my phone and I'm super lazy. 

Sleepy Hollow - Call Waiting

*Advance apologies because part of why we tried to start this blog was that we wanted to write about things other than books. So pardon me if I ramble as I am totally not used to writing about television.


Ever since the unholy bliss that is Netflix Instant Watch added my favorite show on earth, Arrested Development, and the rest of my favorite shows in the known universe (but I digress), I have been mistrustful of new television shows. I have been picking and choosing very carefully and often end up watching shows that are already a few years old. I watch them over and over again to the point where I think I may have used up their license for Reggie Perrin. :(

Then I heard Clancy Brown was going to be on a new show. And who is this handsome young Brit? Oooh John Cho who went to my high school. And Nicole Beharie's voice acting is so good I don't even have to look at her face (it's a very pretty face, so I do actually look at it a lot). Orlando Jones pretty much clinched it.

My husband and I just finished the first season, and I have to say it was time well spent. The jokes made me laugh (like they're supposed to), the sad parts made me cry (like they're supposed to), and the creepy parts--ok, maybe most of them weren't that creepy but more gross... I don't remember what my point was. Just watch this clip while I drool over Tom Mison (you may drool over Nicole instead if that is your thing).

I can't wait for the next season.

Sleepy Hollow is on Hulu Plus and aired Monday nights at 9 on FOX.

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