TGIF … Heroes

I fell asleep watching an episode of Big Bang Theory last night. I don’t usually watch Big Bang Theory, though I’d love to find the series where I could begin from the beginning because it is clearly a show I should have been watching for no other reason than awesome character development. You may be questioning what does this have to do with Heroes? Well, there are all kinds of heroes out there. Geeks or even intelligent sexually awkward males like the guys on Big Bang Theory can be heroes too.  And clearly who doesn’t find Sheldon adorable in his goofy way?

 

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What are you Reading Thursday

I’ve been sneaking time and reading the peek of Outlander on line at Amazon. I like Gabaldon’s voice and style. I know I know it is hard to believe I had not read her before now, but I think there is a time and a place for readers to try an author. I may not have appreciated the story in 1997 like I do today. I have placed a hold on the book at the library and I’ve even placed a hold on the audio, but the wait list is long and it may be weeks before I get either. I may just breakdown and purchase the ebook.

I watched the free STARS episode of Outlander and I really wish I had that station right now so I could watch it every Saturday night. But I can’t see subscribing to the channel just for the pleasure of watching one hour of TV a week for ever how many weeks it is on. If a friend, and I have yet to hear  any of mine, had that channel I’d gladly pay or make her something yummy to eat just for the chance to go over and watch the episodes I missed on demand. I can only hope that it will come to Netflix or Redbox or be a box set or something soon so those of us who don’t have the opportunity to watch can.

 

Guest Author Monday

Please Welcome our Guest Author — Mallory Kane

Her latest release is No Hero from TULE Publishing Group which was release yesterday.

NoHeroMEDIUMWhat Makes a Man a Hero?

Police Detective Devereux Gautier knows he’s no hero. He’s seen too much, failed too many times. And now the homeless kids he mentors are dying and the only person who can help him find the killer is the one woman who can destroy him. It doesn’t help that she’s also the sexiest, most interesting woman he’s ever met.

Journalist Reghan Connor knows there are no heroes and she’s out to prove it on the air for all of New Orleans to see. Her latest debunked hero is Detective Dev Gautier, who hates her for exposing the truth about him. Now Reghan has been given the key to the murders of Dev’s homeless teens. But she’s got to convince Dev that she’s not setting him up for another fall. The more she’s around him the more she learns that being a hero is complicated and loving a hero can be downright deadly.
NO HERO by Mallory Kane
On Amazon August 24 from TULE PUBLISHING GROUP

Play Date Saturday

Today was another let’s do nothing day. I wasn’t feeling great so I took it easy. I did run to the store and get a few things, but I didn’t start laundry until around five and I didn’t force myself to accomplish much. It was nice to have a do nothing day. I think I need to allow myself to have these days more often.