Choosing a lover is a lot like choosing a therapist. We need to ask ourselves, is this someone who will be honest with me, listen to criticism, admit making mistakes, and not promise the impossible?
“And I stand there in the dark: cold, utterly alone, full of fear and something that feels like longing.” Summary Anna Fox is a prisoner in her own house. Captured by her mind, by the illness that isn't going to let her go outside. She relieves the boredom by drinking wine, watching old movies…... Continue Reading →
“Actors are by nature volatile—alchemic creatures composed of incendiary elements, emotion and ego and envy. Heat them up, stir them together, and sometimes you get gold. Sometimes disaster.” Summary After ten years in jail Oliver Marks finally leaves his prison cell. Waiting for him is the same person who put him there, detective Colborne.... Continue Reading →
“She’s a princess and you’re a jock,” he says. He thrusts his chin toward Bronwyn, then at Nate. “And you’re a brain. And you’re a criminal. You’re all walking teen-movie stereotypes.” “What about you?” […] “I’m the omniscient narrator,” Simon says. […] “There’s no such thing in teen movies.” “Ah, but Bronwyn.” Simon winks and... Continue Reading →
“There is nothing so serious as a game.” Summary Stevie Bell, a true crime enthusiast, is starting her first year at the Ellingham Academy - a place for the brightest studends. "A place where learning is a game". But for Stevie this is something so much more than an opportunity to study in... Continue Reading →