Nina just saw the release of her debut novel, “Otherkin,” the first offering in a young adult paranormal series involving animal shifters, including (no surprise here) tigers. It’s rare when an author can infuse a painful reality into a paranormal atmosphere. Yet, that’s exactly what Nina Berry has done, and it’s what sets this book apart from many others.
Harry Truman was the only U.S. president in the 20th century who didn’t earn a college degree. But that doesn’t mean Truman wasn’t well-educated or well-read. In fact, Truman even looked the part of an intellectual with his signature spectacles.
This week’s suggestions include Take Your Dog to Work Day, watching “Brave” or “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” participating in the Great American Backyard Campout and more.
Well it is the first weekend in May. Do you know what that means? That is right. FREE COMIC BOOK DAY! Wooo hooo!
This week’s suggestions include the Kentucky Derby, “The Avengers” and more.
This week’s suggestions include Earth Day, Shakespeare’s birthday, National Jelly Bean Day and more.
This week’s suggestions include celebrating Friday the 13th; marking the anniversary of the Titanic; watching “Three Stooges”; and more.
As Hollywood continues to plunder fairy tales for movie source material, this may be a good time to examine the state of family entertainment, especially considering many of these fairy tale retoolings are decidedly not family friendly.
This week’s suggestions include seeing “John Carter” or another new movie; celebrating Johnny Appleseed; celebrating the Girl Scouts; and more.
I should mention that I had planned to be one of those parents who were hip to their kids’ music, until I heard it and my eardrums shriveled up like snails in beer.