Panic! At The Disco is one of those quirky bands with quirky songs and I love them. This song is one of my faves and the video is hilarious.
I love a good fairytale retelling and this is one of my faves.
I was the youngest of three daughters. Our literal-minded mother named us Grace, Hope and Honour, but few people except perhaps the minister who had baptized all three of us remembered my given name.
-Beauty, Robin McKinley
Beauty and the Beast is one of my favorite fairytales and this is a beautiful rendition of it.
Theory of a Deadman is all over my Realm Walker playlist. This song is one of my faves and there is one particular scene in my head that this song plays in the background of. Don’t worry you haven’t read it yet. 🙂
Here’s my standard adults only disclaimer. Kiddos, don’t watch!
I would hope most of you have read this book. If not, go get it. Seriously, I’ll wait. First line from first book. Still love it as much as I did when I wrote it the first time.
Juliana didn’t want to die in the cold Canadian snow. Of course, she hadn’t wanted to die on the rain-slicked streets of Bern, the sheets of her freshly made bed or the backwoods of Alabama either, but that hadn’t stopped it from happening just the same.
–Realm Walker, Kathleen Collins
That was the line that began it all.
This video made me fall in love with Lindsey Stirling and her music. It is wonderful soundtrack to write to, and she is incredibly talented. Check it out.
Sexy romance novels are one of my guilty pleasures. And no one does them better than Kristen Ashley. Her books suck me every time. This is the first line from the first book of hers I ever read.
“Babe, you awake?” he called, his warm hand moving down my spine, taking the sheet with it, making my skin tingle and coming to rest just above my bottom.
–Motorcycle Man, Kristen Ashley
Damn. Now, I’m going to have to read the book again. 😉
This is another one of my faves. I also like the movie with Timothy Hutton. I love me some good Stephen King. And it has a great opening line.
People’s lives–their real lives, as opposed to their simple physical existences–begin at different times.