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- Book Review: Lover Avenged
- Book Review: The Forest of Hands and Teeth
- Book Review: Lords of the Underworld, 1-3
- Visions of Winchesters: Supernatural Blog Carnival, June 24 + Spoilers
- Bill and Sookie Are Totally Together in Real Life
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****The contest is now closed. To find out who won, please visit this post.****
I’m so excited to bring you a glimpse of two very fun ladies, Bree and Donna. As Moira Rogers, they write books about “things that go bump & grind in the night.” In addition to telling us a bit about themselves, their own pop culture loves, and their books, they are also giving away one copy of Cry Sanctuary to one of our lucky readers. All you have to do is read the interview then post a comment between 12:01 a.m. Friday, May 22, and 6:00 p.m. Sunday, May 24 (all times Pacific). Of course, if you can’t wait until I pick a winner to read the book, you can find purchase info here.
Continue reading the interview at the new home of Pop Culture Curmudgeon.
The CW has officially canceled Reaper, but ABC is still expressing interest in continuing it as a syndicated show.
If you want to help save the show, ReaderDMV.com has all the details you need. Because the network has already made its decision, you’ll want to use the link to find your local CW station and let them know you would like to see Reaper in syndication on that channel.
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I hate post-apocalyptic books and movies with a passion. I wince when Mr. Pop Culture Curmudgeon wants to watch Mad Max or The Road Warrior. The thought of being forced to watch or read The Postman gives me shivers. The only book I didn’t finish in my comparative literature class in college was Riddley Walker.
I had some misgivings when I started Carrie Ryan’s The Forest of Hands and Teeth and realized that it was a post-apocalyptic tale. I soldiered through the first few pages, quickly drawn in to the story of Mary, a girl on the cusp of womanhood living in a village under siege by the zombie hordes.
Continue reading this review on the new home of Pop Culture Curmudgeon.
We’ll start out with Television Without Pity’s recap of The Monster at the End of This Book, well, because I need a little refresher, and Demian and Raoul give good recap.
Continue reading this blog carnival at the new home of Pop Culture Curmudgeon.
Have you seen Jamie Kennedy and Jennifer Love Hewitt together? Have you heard him gush on and on about how lucky he is to be with her? How transcendent and joyful their feelings for each other are? Was your first response, “Take it down a notch, dude. Be a man, for god’s sake.”
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