This cookbook looks intriguing (as do the other ones mentioned), but I wonder if any of the grandmas use their microwaves? Publishers Put Stock in Asian Grandmothers : The grandmother-as-kitchen-guru mystique transcends boundaries, from Italian nonnas to Jewish bubbes. This … Continue reading
I enjoyed this article from WritingSpirit Blog about Louisa May Alcott’s writing methods. WritingSpirit has found articles from The Writer Magazine dated back to the 1890s. One gem is an article entitled “Methods of Authors: Favorite Habits of Work” which … Continue reading
Shannon Hale has posted some pretty interesting questions on her blog about book reviews, particularly the star rating system at Amazon.com/Goodreads.com etc. Scroll down to the comments which also provide some insights. When I first started writing this blog and … Continue reading
Never thought I’d hear someone complain that children’s books are too realistic: Anne Fine deplores ‘gritty realism’ of modern children’s books – Times Online
This interview is pretty long, but for me the interesting questions begin towards the end. I love Dr. Who and am sad to see these two leave the show, but I’m excited to see their last few episodes… [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6F6D6RgpJGE]
A new Inspector Lewis series starts this sunday and continues through Oct. 18th! Set your DVRs!
The Lifetime website hasÂ extended videos of Tim Gunn giving each designer feedback about their designs. I haven’t gotten through all of them, but it was definitely interesting to see a bit more about what the designers were thinking (esp. Ari).
This blog is “hilarious”! I wonder when the whole sarcastic quotation mark thing started?
Oh no! No daily show for 3 weeks!! What am I going to do?
If you’re still at a loss for something to watch this summer, check out Spaced on Hulu. This is a British sitcom starring Simon Pegg (star of such masterpieces as Hot Fuzz,Â Run Fatboy Run, and the new Star Trek movie). … Continue reading