For today’s entry in the video log, I’ve got something REALLY special. Hold onto your tricorders boys and girls!
I think it’s pretty obvious who won there. But what do you think?
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock somewhere in the Andromeda Galaxy, you’ve probably heard of the new show stamped with the Spielberg mark of approval: Terra Nova. Seriously, this is my new favorite show. Time travel, futuristic weapons, dinosaurs, mystery, adventure, romance … what’s not to like? It’s like the Swiss Family Robinson goes Twilight Zone. It totally rocks my casbah.
Of course, that may have something to do with the divinely delicious Jason O’Mara. Nom, nom. What can I say? I’ve got a weakness for men of the Irish persuasion.
He also takes his shirt off. A lot. I am not opposed to this. In fact, I think it should be a requirement.
If you watch one new show this season, check out Terra Nova. You can thank me later.
Now, ya’ll know I love Gene Lempp’s Designing from Bones series. Well, this week he’s talking about ancient Greece and our theatrical roots. It’s some fascinating stuff.
I get quoted for a post over on PJ Jones’s site. Very exciting.
And finally, just in case you missed it, you want porn? I has porn! Check out Piper Bayard’s hysterically funny post Invisible Art? That’s Nothing! We’ve Got Invisible Porn.
I’m reading some seriously good stuff this week.
First off, there’s the second installment of Jack Wallen’s I Zombie series: My Zombie My. I have been looking forward to this book every since I read I Zombie I and so far, it hasn’t disappointed.
Next, I’m nearly through reading Nalini Singh’s Play of Passion from her Psy-Changeling series. Let me just say Nalini is one of my all-time favorite writers. The woman does urban fantasy and paranormal romance like Emeril does chicken.
And last, but by no means least, is M. Edward McNally’s epic fantasy The Sable City. I used to read quite a lot of epic fantasy, but have kind of gotten out of it the last few years. However, I’ve been hearing loads of good things about this book and the fact that it was inspired by Hawaiian/Polynesian history piqued my interest as it’s a bit of an usual inspiration for epic fantasy. There are also DRAGONS! So far, I’ve been really impressed.
And that’s all she wrote. Until next time. Happy Friday!