For What It's Worth

For What It's Worth

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Sunday Ramblings….

I’ve been so busy lately (as is everyone else it seems) but I’ve been managing to get a few books read per week and even two reviews a week posted! It doesn’t sound like a lot but there were a few times there that I wasn’t sure I would be able to continue blogging because I either wasn’t reading or had absolutely NO urge to write a review after. It seems I’ve averted that crises – at least for now.

I also managed to go out in the world and catch up on movies! I used to go the Tuesday matinee (free popcorn day!) for years but now I see less than 3-4 movies per year (including DVD and TV). Pitiful life these days lol


Anyway….I saw Warm Bodies – I loved it! Very sweet and funny zombie rom com. It is also hardcore zombie lover husband approved. Although Kevin did like the *bad* zombies more than the humanized ones.

I took my dad to see Oz the Great and Powerful. It was a little too long but I enjoyed it more than I thought it would. Had quite a few laughs and fun story. 83 year old Dad approved and the kids in the audience really loved it. They were clapping at the end.

I finally watched Snow White and the Huntsman last night. Not bad. Not great – but not bad. I wasn’t really attached to any of the characters but the story moved along and the visuals were great.

On to the wrap-up! (I’m including a few weeks in here since I haven’t done a wrap-up in a while)

Unremembered by Jessica Brody – Not bad but I’ve read too many similar stories of late so this one wasn’t for me
Dark Triumph by Robin LaFevers – I loved Dark Triumoh more htan Grave Mercy. It’s darker and Sybella’s story is heartbreaking yet hopeful.
Mini reviews: trust in Me, Strong Enough to Love – two quick, sexy reads!
This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith – I wanted to love this one….but….too sweet for me.
Mini reviews: X Marks the Scot, Lady of Pleasure, Demon's Bride – A trio of great reads

Tune in Tuesday:Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Anna Kendrick, Leagues, Night Terrors of 1927Let's call this.....eclectic

Book Blogger ConfessionsMonday April 1st. We’ll be discussing blogging and *real* life. How do you balance both? Join in the discussion!

Winners of the pre-order of Horde by Ann Aguirre giveaway are - Daniela & Tiffany. Both have been contacted.

Stacking the Shelves & giveaway : I’m giving away ARC’s of Unremembered and Eve. US only. Ends 4/7/13

Happy Easter everyone!

P.S. Check out these creepiest Easter bunny photos.


  1. I'm glad you're back on a roll w/the blog! It seems I only get to see kids movies anymore. It seems Oz was either a hit-or-miss, but looks visually stunning. I still want to see Snow White & the Huntsman, if only for Chris Hemsworth.

    1. Oz wasn't great but it wasn't awful. that's my ringing endorsement lol

      I liked how it went from B&W to technicolor. It was actually kind of cheesy but I *think* that was the intention.

  2. The easter bunny has always been a little creepy! Those pictures were great! LOL

    1. I have some funny Easter Bunny pics. I should dig them out for next year lol

      He always has those big empty eyes. Like he's dead inside!

  3. I want to see Warm Bodies. I saw OZ and was a little disappointed, but it was a fun time. I liked Snow White very much actually...I usually hate KS, but I thought she wasn't bad in it. Maybe b/c she didn't have a lot of lines? : p

    1. I thought I was going to hate Oz so it was ok for me. Lowered expectations can be a wonderful thing lol

      Same with SWatH. I didn't hate KS as much as I thought I would so it was alright. She also didn't bite her lip at all. Baby steps...

  4. Warm Bodies was sooooo much fun. I really want to see Oz. Glad you got to venture out into the world. :)