What: The Good Place, a half-hour television comedy starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. Where: Airs on NBC; the first season is currently streaming on Netflix. Why: Because it’s forkin’ funny, for starters. The Good Place stars Kristen Bell as Eleanor Shellstrop, a woman who realizes she has died and ended up in the proverbial … More Stuff I Think You’ll Like: The Good Place
Note: I started this post right before my mom had her stroke. Since this is so clearly a January sort of post, I considered trashing it and moving on, but you know what? These things are still pretty rad and I still want to share them. Besides, I called a New Year’s do-over for … More Favorite Things of 2017
When I was writing Restless Spirits and the time came to introduce the character of Joe Bentley, the ghost of an early 20th century handyman who goes from antagonist to romantic interest over the course of the book, before he even had a name, he showed up fully formed looking and sounding an awful lot … More Character Inspiration: Joe Bentley
I love a good story, and if you’re here chances are pretty good that you do, too. And if you’re here because you like my books, chances are also pretty good that you and I share similar sensibilities and tastes. With that in mind, I’ve decided to start a new (semi-)regular feature here at the … More Stuff I Think You’ll Like: iZombie
After a full week on the new PCOS-friendly diet (no gluten, no dairy, mostly low-glycemic carbs), I can report that all week long I was more energetic and more clear-headed. I was also less moody (which, considering it was a PMS week, is really saying a lot), and by the end of the week I … More PCOS diet update, Halloween craft explosion, TV ramblings & other blather
I spent some time over the weekend tweaking this here blog and making the theme look a bit more custom. I spent a lot of time and needless energy last week worrying that I needed to build myself a brand-new “profeshunul author” website and trying to envision something I’d be happy with that tied my … More Rearranging the Furniture
I didn’t get all of my freelance work done before the weekend, so I’m having to work today. It’s mostly my own fault for not managing my time as well as I could have, but then again this was a pretty hectic week that involved more errands and more reasons to leave the house than … More Links: What’s Steampunk, Sleepy Hollow preview, and more
Lately, I have been suffering from a lack of discipline in my life. And I do mean suffering. As if my sporadic attempts at growing my WIP’s word count weren’t bad enough, I also keep failing to do basic good-for-my-health things like establishing an exercise routine or eating enough vegetables or getting to bed at … More On discipline — or the lack thereof.
Today I added 486 words to Radium Town — 182 this afternoon plus another 304 just now. That brings the grand total so far to 6,919. I’m frustrated that it’s going so slowly, but considering that up until this time last week I hadn’t written anything on it in over a year, nor had I written … More Any day that involves a sonic screwdriver is a good day.
So NBC Universal is shutting down Television Without Pity (normally I’d link that, but I guess there’s really no point, since they won’t even be keeping an archive online). I haven’t actually been on that site in over a year (I think the last show for which I kept up with the recaps was Fringe), but … More Farewell, Tubey.