If the magicians were athletes, what would be their winter sport? Caught up in the excitement of the Pyeong-Chang Winter Olympics, I kept wondering that question. Clearly I got snowboarding and magic on the mind. Here’s my breakdown of our beloved characters and their showing at the Winter Olympics. Eliot– With all the glitzy costumes […]Read More The Magicians – 2018 Winter Olympics
It’s safe to say Be the Penny was one of the best episode of The Magicians. It was my favorite, and that means ranking above the Les Miz episode, which is almost blasphemy for me! Penny, a rather forgettable character in the books, is brought to life brilliantly by Arjun Gupta and the writers of the […]Read More The Magicians – Be the Penny
Loved the season opener to The Magicians. Heroes and Morons – not so much. It was half a great episode. Eliot sailing off on his quest with his “family” intact was wonderful. Was that Margot getting choked up and providing solid advice about making smart decisions? Were those calculating eyes tearing up? I loved her […]Read More The Magicians – Heroes and Morons
And the quest is on! It looks like we are in for ships, high seas, and keys! Need to get caught up on The Magician King fast? Here’s my listicle for last season that pretty much covers how the show is tracking with the books. Hey, we ain’t Novel2Screen for nothin’. Consider this your spoiler alert. […]Read More The Magicians Are Back!
It’s been a few months since Rebecca and I did an AW article, books we’re reading and loving…or not so much. It’s not that we haven’t been reading. The issue, or gift, is that we’ve been reading a ton! Not all of these books are scheduled for movie adaptation, but some of them should be. […]Read More The AW (Adaptation Watch) 2018
Only a few more shopping days until Christmas, and we have a great last minute holiday gift! Long Dance Home by Julie Mayerson Brown is now available and is a perfect treat for your friend who loves the holidays, romance, and warm and fuzzy reads. The novel is about Cece Camden, a ballerina who thinks […]Read More Interview with Author Julie Mayerson Brown
I was lucky enough to meet Anne Kenney when I read a part in a staged reading of her beautiful, somewhat autobiographical play, Last Call, inspired by the passing of her parents. Anne, who has had an extraordinary career as a writer/producer in television, was kind of enough to sit down with me recently to […]Read More Interview with Outlander writer Anne Kenney