Wednesday, March 30, 2016

What about dog? Is dog available?

On the phones. Receptionist called in. Which is rather unfortunate because I woke up feeling cruddy and was hoping to maybe to go home in the afternoon.

So anyway ....

Tonight I have Arrow, "Beacon of Hope":

Brie Larvan breaks out of jail and turns up at Palmer Tech threatening to kill everyone unless she gets the bio-chip that is implanted in Felicity's spine. Meanwhile, Oliver looks to a surprising ally to help rescue Felicity, Thea, and Donna who are trapped in Palmer Tech with everyone else.

It's Arrow night! It's Arrow night!!

I'm so happy. This show has consistently kept me so engaged and on the edge of my seat so that I will not miss an episode for anything. No other show on regular TV is doing that right now. And the villainess tonight is Beth from The Walking Dead. You know the couple that was almost was, Daryl and Beth....

Yeah, that one. The almost-couple I gave my heart to and the show stomped on it by killing her off   .... Never mind, never mind.... She's back and she's enjoying being bad.

I read a bunch of the SFF trilogy book last night and soon I'll be starting THE VECELLIO CONNECTION by Estelle Ryan.

This is 9th of 9 in series featuring nonverbal communications expert Doctor Genevieve Lenard. Here's a description:
Doctor Genevieve Lenard and her team have spent the last year tracking Marcus Gallo, a disgraced Brazilian business tycoon and ruthless killer. Then a hacked car transporting artwork brings a teammate’s past back to distract and haunt them all. When Gallo appears on Genevieve’s doorstep, carrying knowledge of a threat to a top-secret and strategic international event, she faces the challenge of finding the connection between the car hackings, her friend’s past and Gallo’s arrival. With only seventy-two hours to prevent a disaster that could eclipse recent terror events, Genevieve has to put aside her growing concern for her friends and put her single-minded focus into uncovering Gallo’s true plan.

Published in 2016, it has 258 pages.

This also makes me so very happy. (Let's stick with redheads, shall we?)

So even though there were minor setbacks today it is overall a great day for stories. :)

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

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