IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve been tagged by ShilohÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
1. Each player starts with eight random facts/habits about themselves.
2. People who are tagged need to write their own blog about their eight things and post these rules.
3. At the end of your blog, you need to choose eight people to get tagged and list their names.
4. DonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t forget to leave them a comment telling them theyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re tagged, and to read your blog.
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The Destruction of the Books, by Mel Odom is the sequel to The Rover and continues many years later, when Wick is now the Grandmagister of the Library.
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Marvel movies continue to surprise. Usually, sequels aren’t quite as good as the originals. But X-Men and Spider-Man have proved this rule wrong. Spider-Man 3 is easily the best of the Spidey film yet. With more bad guys, more turmoil, more love interests, and more action; Spidey grows by leaps and bounds.
Every single actor played their part to perfection. Of the supporting cast, Bryce Dallas Howard as Gwen Stacy stole every scene that she was in. Thomas Haden Church played a wonderfully complex Sandman/Flint Marko. Topher Grace as Venom/Eddie Brock added much needed humor to an otherwise vicious role. And we get to see multiple sides to Goblin Junior/Harry Osborn, James Franco.
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Just stumbled across this one, and I added some questions of my own.
A book that made you cry: The Notebook, by Nicolas Sparks. I read this over a lunch break. I had to stop reading after every other page because I couldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t keep from crying. I was afraid people at work would think something was wrong.
A book that scared you: I canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t think of a book that ever scared me. IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve read quite a few horror books, but none actually scared me.
A book that made you laugh: Undead and Unwed, by MaryJanice Davidson. A 30 year-old, 6-foot, blonde vampire, with a love for shoes, who thinks blood is disgustingÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ I can definitely relate to the Betsy, except for the whole vampire thing. And this series continues to get better with each book. I love MJÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s sense of humor!
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This one was really hard to narrow down. But here are my 13 favorite aliens from my favorite shows:
1. Superman – Big Blue has to top the list in pretty much everything for me. But when an alien from another planet decides to make Earth his home and defend it with his life. That’s worth the top spot right there.
2. E.T. – Gentle and peaceful, E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial, is probably the most beloved little alien amongst children. He came to Earth to study plant life, and gets help from a little boy to “phone home.”
3. Spock (from Star Trek) – Leonard Nimoy made this emotionless Vulcan scientist and explorer an icon decades ago. I shudder to think what another actor will do to the role in the upcoming Star Trek movie.
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Evil Genius, by Catherine Jinks, is a fresh and clever young adult novel written about a misunderstood child prodigy.
Cadel Piggott is a genius, especially with computers. When he gets into some trouble with the law at the age of seven, he foster parents take him to a psychologist who helps him discover his full potential. And eventually tells Cadel that his real father is none other than the villainous Dr. Phineas Darkkon.
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