And all I could see was a book Queefing. So thank you Charlotte Moore, and Twitter, and @PimmsCupPimpCup (whom I don't know but was part of the exchange and therefore should share in the credit/blame) for forever changing the internet landscape for me. Oh and if you are interested, you can buy Dragonwriter on Amazon.
@bookoisseur boooooooOOOOOOOoooooks <3— Sami Main (@samimain) November 30, 2013
LONDON -- British audiences' appetite for Jennifer Lawrence starrer The Hunger Games: Catching Fire proved insatiable, with the movie taking in a total of more than $19.5 million (£12 million) for distributor Lionsgate over the course of its opening weekend.
Carrie (1976)This is the movie that started it all. The story is of a shy girl who was sheltered from the world by a fearful, delusional mother and the damage done to her by this upbringing. Carrie is an outcast, shunned by the social groups in her high school as a pariah. Not only does she not have the social skills needed to integrate in her environment after only recently being allowed to attend a public school, Carrie is unprepared to deal with the changes her body is going through as she becomes a young woman. After traumatically having her first menstruation in a locker room full of her classmates and panicking, these girls mercilessly mock her chanting the refrain – “Plug it up.” Continue Reading
Steven Moffat offers up a primer for the upcoming Day of The Doctor:
The Bringer of Darkness, the Oncoming Storm, the Doctor, the Warrior - A Time Lord! The 50th Anniversary features Matt Smith, David Tennant and a mysterious incarnation played by John Hurt. Only one appears in the mini episode, The Night of the Doctor. But which? 23.11.13
If you've read @EndersGameMovie & enjoyed it, my recommendation is stay away and preserve your memories...— The M Cluster (@TheMCluster) November 2, 2013