SE Hall. SE Hall is our Author Spotlight of the week!!
I love all those ladies! Stirred Up. Certain men. Certain professions. Some things are just universally sexy.
Amazon: Stirred Up 1. He lied…my everything I ever knew, trusted, wanted…I am, in fact, without him. On my own and out of my shell, I learn new things about life, friendship and…myself. Dane Kendrick awakened things within me that I never knew existed, unraveling and uncovering the real Laney Jo Walker. Kara's Review. What an amazing book! SE Hall has this way of making you genuinely care about these characters. Even the secondary ones Sawyer! Laney is spunky and funny and sassy and I laughed through the entire book. Dane is alpha and possessive but in a great way.
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Dane turns to us, and Good Lord…. If big brother is hot, then little brother is illegal, immortal, and too damn pretty not to be a girl. You amaze me, you intrigue me, you captivate me. Originally introduced in a special aimed at tackling child hunger, she returned in in even more dire straights, her parents having lost their home in what we assume was an adorable Muppet version of the subprime mortgage crisis.
The gang taught viewers how to be kind to homeless friends, and they assured Lily that she shouldn't blame herself or worry that her situation is permanent, even though being trapped in a perpetually worsening cycle of poverty that can't be escaped because you're an ageless felt child seems plenty worrying to us. The show also launched an educational effort that included advice on how to help homeless families, how to talk about the subject in the home and classroom, and how to pressure Count von Count into doing his part to address America's housing crisis instead of continuing to cling to his extensive ancestral holdings while contributing nothing to the Sesame society that couldn't be handled by a child.
Sesame Workshop Best to introduce a new character to teach that lesson. It's not like they already had characters who lived in a garbage can and an alley.
Then in , viewers met Karli , who's living with foster parents until her mother is ready to care for her again by dealing with implied substance abuse issues. Karli appears to be the same trash monster species as Oscar, which raises far more questions than we have time for, but the point of both characters was for Sesame Street to gently tackle serious subjects that kids can struggle to understand.
Although why they had to create new characters to act as Karli's foster parents when Bert and Ernie are clearly ready to take the next step in their relationship went unexplained. The Ninja Turtles comics have always been darker than the cartoons, movies, and universally beloved stage show. But there's "violence and plot twists" dark, and then there's "a totally tubular take on the Nuremberg trials" dark, and saw the series embrace the latter.
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This is also a canon wherein the Turtles are reincarnated ninjas and Splinter helps Shredder commit seppuku , after which he goes on an adventure in the afterlife to fight an evil god. IDW Publishing C-cowabunga? To quickly catch you up on dozens of issues of goofy comic book drama, Krang is the son of Quanin, Emperor of Dimension X's Utrom Empire. Krang commits a variety of war crimes, and between a Triceraton rebellion and an ecological disaster caused by the misuse of Utrominon's valuable ooze, the Empire collapses and the Utrom teeter on the verge of extinction.
Yes, we swear that the Turtles will eventually appear somewhere in this word salad.
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Krang uses an interdimensional portal to escape to feudal Japan, where he allies with the Foot Clan and plots to build his Technodrome so he can transform Earth into New Utrominon. Skipping ahead several centuries because Christ, it just keeps going, Krang nearly conquers Earth, but is stopped by, thank god, the Turtles, who then ship him off to Dimension X's Neutrinos to face justice for committing atrocities in two dimensions. If we made any errors in that summary, please let us know so we can studiously ignore your corrections. What results is a serious courtroom drama featuring commentary on torture, slavery, and genocide that happens to come from a parade of robots, interdimensional alien, and mutant crocodile witnesses.
Krang does manage to have an assassin named Hakk-R murder his prosecutor and judge, but don't worry, Fugitoid and King Zenter take over. Oh, and the Malignoid Swarm try to conquer Planet Neutrino, which is like if the Eichmann trial had been interrupted by a Zerg rush. The Malignoids are fought off and the trial continues, although Krang's attempt to justify his actions as necessary for the survival of his species are somewhat undercut by his attempts to commit witness tampering with extreme prejudice.
Anyway, he's sentenced to life imprisonment, to which an angry Leatherhead responds by eating him.
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Classic Turtles adventure! Arthur is a gentle children's show that encourages reading and good behavior, and therefore obviously inspired a meme about getting angry enough to hit someone over trivialities. The series recently saw Arthur's teacher, Mr. Ratburn, get married to his aardvark boyfriend in, holy crap, its 22nd season? What could Mr. Ratburn even have left to teach his third-graders at this point?
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As pointed out by The Atlantic , the story worked because it didn't have the dated Very Special Episode vibe of decades past. The twist is that Arthur and his friends hear Mr. There's no drawn-out "A man can marry Say whaaaaat? The episode's reception was largely positive, in sharp contrast to the appearance of a lesbian couple in the Arthur spinoff Postcards From Buster, which was slammed by the Department of Education for daring to educate children. Saturday, October 5, Embrace Evolve 2 by S. Evan Allen is a handsome, athletic, southern gentleman who now attends Georgia Southern University for no good reason.
After what he expected to be the romantic gesture of the century, Evan is looking at no friends, a year of ineligibility on the football team, and no girl. He's starting over alone and doesn't know quite how to proceed. Certain members of The Crew refuse to let him face things by himself, taking him under their wing, and it doesn't take the ladies long to notice him, either.
Sometimes life doesn't go as you had planned. Sometimes it goes better. Embrace, the second book in the Evolve Series by S. Hall, follows the characters from her debut New Adult romance, Emerge. Funny, romantic and entertaining. That's what S. Hall created with yet another fascinating story in the Evolve series. Although my favorite character still is the same, Sawyer, this story is about Evan.
He's heartbroken and with a lot of anger asking himself why and what Dane has and he hasn't that made Laney choose the other guy and not him. And in that process of trying to get over it, he meets someone that is the perfect girl for him: Whitley, also known as the girl who has been in love with Dane and the Laney's nemesis. With that summary, you can see how this story gets pretty interesting.
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