❤ Vienna, WV
🧡 56 on Thursday
💛 Customer Service Manager for Office Depot
💚 Single (I've been divorced for over 12 years so I don't think still saying I'm Divorced counts)
💜 Rams fan, and I was born in 1963
"So You Don't Like My Beard? That's OK, I Didn't Grow It For You" - Tom Hardy
I've had a beard or goatee for 38 years, and I've said something similar to several potential girlfriends.
1. Night of the Demons, with the awesomely immortal Linnea Quigley. Classic Scream Queen!!
2. I don't have to be at work until 1pm, which is great for night owls like me.
3. Night auditor for Super 8. Dead most of my shift so I got tons of reading done, and got paid for it lol.
4. Will do!! ❤❤❤❤
I finally finished this after over a month. Don't get me wrong, it's an entertaining and informative book, definitely a pick, just kind of long (615 pgs). The author has a wonderfully snarky sense of humor, discussing women, not all princesses, that you've probably never seen in any history book. Amazing, strong, sometimes ruthless, women who didn't take $#!+ from people, especially the men in their lives. 4 💥💥💥💥 1/2
"A single death is a tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic" - quote attributed to Joseph Stalin.
This book is kind of bleak, the author isn't offering a happy, "maybe we'll find a way out" ending. The gun is cocked and we're playing russian roulette, and one day one of the bullets (super volcanoes, asteroids, AI, climate change, or even alien invasion) is going to end human civilization. It's only a matter of time. 4 ????
1. Deathstalker series by Simon R. Green
2. The Expanse, Lucifer, Gotham
3. Depends on who's playing
4. I'm grilling some steaks on Sunday, with baked potatoes, green salad and corn on the cob.
5. My father wasnt much of a book reader, but he enjoyed the newspaper and had subscriptions to several magazines.
Not technically a "horror" book, but the events described in it are truly horrifying. I didn't know that the book was meant for a YA audience until I read a review. The images and descriptions are pretty intense and gruesome, not for people easily grossed out. 3 ??? 1/2
A clever murder mystery, involving a shapeshifting assassin/saboteur. Reminded me a little of the classic STOS episode Journey to Babel. My only complaint was, after the author had established several red herrings to the killer's identity, with 70 pages to go, she revealed who it was. Kind of anticlimactic waiting for Kirk and crew to figure it out. 3 💥💥💥 1/2
My poor copy of this book has seen better days.