Uku-Tuesday!

Uku-Tuesday Video! “The Way I Behaved” from The Last Unicorn

This week's Uku-Tuesday is brought to you by the godfather of modern fantasy - Peter S. Beagle! Peter is the author of The Last Unicorn, which happens to be my favorite book of all time, and also a delightfully weird animated feature film from the 1980s. In the novel, Prince Lir asks the Lady Amalthea… Continue reading Uku-Tuesday Video! “The Way I Behaved” from The Last Unicorn

Disney Odyssey

Disney Odyssey #18 – A Squire’s Education is Apparently Not Enough to be King of England

This Disney Odyssey is brought to you by our friends and guests, Sarah and Andy! Sarah was in that futuristic Much Ado About Nothing we just did, playing the role of Hero, and her boyfriend Andy happened to go to the same school as the Fella! Smaaaaall world. Sarah told us that Sword in the Stone is… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #18 – A Squire’s Education is Apparently Not Enough to be King of England

Review

Blog Tour: Huzzah for the Bookminder!

You may recall that a little while back I did a Slice of Pie post on my friend M.K. Wiseman's debut novel... well guess what? It's finally here!!!!   We're celebrating the release of THE BOOKMINDER by M. K. Wiseman with a blog tour and Rafflecopter give-away! Visit each blog each day for more chances… Continue reading Blog Tour: Huzzah for the Bookminder!

Non-Fiction, Slice of Pie

Slice of Pie: M.K. Wiseman’s spicy-savory Bookminder is going to be delicious!

Behold! Another pie has appeared! ~A Slice of Pie!~ A tasty sample of something fresh cooked up by an artist of my choosing. Who are you? M. K. Wiseman, author. I can be found at mkwisemanauthor.com!   What's your thing right now? That thing. You know. That thing over there. What is that? That would be… Continue reading Slice of Pie: M.K. Wiseman’s spicy-savory Bookminder is going to be delicious!

Non-Fiction, Review

Theatre Review: Otherworld Theatre Company’s “Queen Amarantha”

Arriving in the cool, quiet City Lit theatre space Thursday night for Otherworld Theatre Company's newest production, I am immediately transported to a time and a place not my own. The intimate but flexible stage is lit in blues and greens, with ivy crawling the walls of a crumbling castle ruin, and through the high-above birdsong and rustling… Continue reading Theatre Review: Otherworld Theatre Company’s “Queen Amarantha”