One More Week and I will be Happy

One more week until I start season eight of my Wasteland Project. I am overjoyed! *Happy squeal* Anyway, we’re about halfway through 2019. Can you believe it? I can’t. Other than the Wasteland Project, there are a couple of other things that I will finish this month. First, there is City Lounge: New York and book three of the whole project. Book four of the project is coming. Again, we will start with Paris. We’ll get to see how Simone and Will’s relationship is developing. This will be fun.

The other thing I am wrapping up this month is Common. I am literally one chapter away from finishing. This should be delightful. After that, I will start on a new series called Taki High. I forgot what this was about. I will look at the site and remember.

I saw Thor last night. It was good. I can tell just by watching Black Panther, Iron Man, and Thor that the people behind the MCU are having fun with making the movies. They are like big kids in the studio. Later this week, I will be watching both Captain America movies. I just keep falling down the MCU hole.

I can’t wait for Sunday! Season eight is going to be great. While I wait, you can…

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Two More Weeks Before the Fun Begins

I am so antsy. I want to get started on the Wasteland Project so badly. Tea Leaves and Sapphire Earrings would have to be first. I can’t wait! But I will have to because that’s just how it is.

I got to see the first Iron Man movie last night. It was pretty entertaining. Two hours and fifty-three minutes but it doesn’t feel like it. I give it a Download it. (9/10). I will have to see the rest of the movies in the MCU now. For now, I will pick back up on Atlanta in a couple of weeks. Then it’s going to be Synecdoche, New York and Black Mirror. Next month, it will be Stranger Things. That and my Wasteland Project will be a blast on the 23rd to 24th.

I dropped the podcast, Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby. I couldn’t stand Liv’s constant feminist rants. We get it! It sucked to be a woman back in Ancient Greece! You don’t have to remind us every ten seconds. Could I have some mythology, please? (This coming from another woman too.) I still have the Mythology podcast from Paracast. Plus, I downloaded another podcast called Mythology and Legends. I will let you know what I think about it.

That’s all I have to say for now. I wanted to do another podcast review. Maybe I will do one next week. I will have to see if I remember or not. For now…

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R.I.P. iTunes

That’s right, iTunes is going to the big Mac laptop in the sky. After eighteen years, Apple is getting rid of it and breaking it down into three apps for music, TV, and podcasts. I am concerned with if they will work for my iPod. I will have to see.

I am getting used to driving a Prius. I am learning how to drive one because my car might end up going bye-bye. Right now, the horn died and I can’t drive it until it gets fixed. (Apparently, it is dangerous and illegal to drive around with no horn.) So far, I am getting down the basics. I am still not used to not having to put the car in park when I stop. Other than that, I am handling it well.

I just finished season one of Fresh Meat. It’s entertaining so far. My favorites would have to be Howard and JP. (I kind of want to slap JP but then it again it was just season one. He’ll probably change as the show goes on.) Season five of Black Mirror comes out in two days. I will hold onto that until later this month when I start season eight of the Wasteland Project on the twenty-third. (I’m mad they are taking Durarara x2 off of Netflix.)

I will be finishing Common this month and starting a new series called Taki High. What that will be about, you will have to see. I am wrapping up season eight or nine of Earth Child this week. I think that’s it for now. Meanwhile, you can…

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One More Week of May? Really?! *Sigh* Okay, Fine

This is the last week of May and I want it to be over with faster. Why can’t it be June already? Then I would be able to start season eight of my Wasteland Project. Season five of Black Mirror would start. Summer would be here. Oh well, I just have to get through this week and force myself to smile.

I will finish this latest book in my Ghost Doll series tomorrow. Next month, I believe that I will finish the series, Common. I will also start season eight of my Wasteland Project on the last Monday of June. (It’s actually Sunday, but it will be posted on Monday.)

I finished the latest season of Terrace House today. It started out strong but then it got weak towards the end. Maybe Tokyo will be better. I will be done with Ergo Proxy next month too. I will be watching the movie Erotic Ghost Story tomorrow too. I will also finish Love Death and Robots tomorrow too. It has potential, but most of the episodes feel undercooked. I can’t wait to start season five of Black Mirror and Synecdoche, New York next month. June is going to be great. But first, I have to finish May. Grr… Meanwhile, you can…

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Dixie York’s Mysterious Cauldron Comics Anthology

An old friend from high school and her fiance are launching a comic anthology. The project is titled, “Dixie York’s Mysterious Cauldron Comics Anthology”. It is fantasy based and they currently have five people working with them. Donate to the Kickstarter today. You have twelve days to go. Deadline is June 2nd, 2019.

Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dixieyorkpress/dixie-yorks-mysterious-cauldron-comics-anthology?fbclid=IwAR14hljgSSbTgkhbc_ZbmTT-UCYESaKdPuNAifRHPwGBOYb7bQT80KCZdKQ

Afterwards, you can…

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City Lounge: New York (Book Three, Chapter Thirteen: Carmen on the Hunt)

Chapter Thirteen: Carmen on the Hunt:

Carmen’s looking for another love again. Or least some fun in bed. Summer Friday nights were the best time to get laid. Tonight was going to be no exception.

She went all out to look drop-dead gorgeous. Carmen felt like going out for gold and red tonight. Her bright red top showed off her midriff. The gold and white skirt flowed to her ankles. Carmen admired her deep red toenails. She was so happy to wear her little silver toe rings as well. After adding her rings, necklace, earrings, make-up, and a little perfume, she was ready to go.

So out the door she went. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Three, Chapter Twelve: Cut Ties in the City)

Chapter Twelve: Cut Ties in the City:

Why was she even out here? This was just like the same moment that she and Sabrina broke up. Izzie rubbed her forehead. She did manage to get rid of Jermone when he wasn’t looking about twenty minutes ago. She just saw her opportunity and took off running. Izzie grinned to herself as she did so. The author didn’t even take a look around her to see who was watching.

Sadly, that joy was shortlived as she got another call on her phone.

At first, Izzie thought it was Dianne or Kris calling to ask where she was. She smiled as she picked up her phone. But then, her heart dropped. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Three, Chapter Eleven: Jerome)

Chapter Eleven: Jerome:

Izzie was asleep on the couch when she heard the doorbell buzz. The author mumbled to herself as she lifted her head. The doorbell buzzed again.

“What?” she asked. The buzzing started to make her angry. Izzie huffed and walked to the door. She looked through the peephole.

“Who is this?” she asked. A dissolved-looking black about twenty-years-old stood around outside. Izzie groaned and rolled her eyes. The man looked up through the other side.

“Izzie!” he shouted. “Let me in!”

“Go away!” Izzie shouted back. The man started pounding on the door.

“Come on, please?” he asked. The author rolled her eyes. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Three, Chapter Ten: Night Shift in the Buffalo Bar)

Chapter Ten: Night Shift in the Buffalo Bar:

Friday night was always busy. Aaron straightened his bow tie. The summer was the best time for the parties in the bar. Some of the cutest men came out looking for a good time. The best ones came to work with him at the bar.

Tonight was going to be no different.

Aaron was going to mentor one of the new guys on this shift. He stood by the back door and waited. The night shift would begin about seven. Aaron looked at his silver wristwatch. Izzie bought it for him last year for his birthday. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Three, Chapter Nine: The Chill Out Lounge)

Chapter Nine: The Chill Out Lounge:

There is a small space above a bar in the West Village. Only a small amount of people go up the stairs to hang out. Today, Shane, Hayley, Naomi, and Maggie sat on a stuffy purple couch. Maggie held her juice to her chest.

“Is it okay for us to be up here?” she asked.

“Of course!” Hayley said. “We’re always up here all the time.” She stretched out her legs, turning her ankles.

“Cute toenails,” Naomi said. Hayley looked down at her light purple toenails.

“Thanks,” she said. “I had them done when mom and I went to visit grandma last weekend.” More

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