Thursday, February 28, 2019

2 Bloggers 1 Series - Magic Burns Review

So this month Stormi and I are continuing our Kate Daniels year-long series read.  I can honestly say I'm enjoying doing this because I don't know that I would have made time for the series otherwise.  In fact, I already have a few series proposals for Stormi to consider next year - I just haven't told her yet.  So check out my review below and then hop over to Books, Movies, Reviews! Oh My! and see what Stormi thought.

TITLE: Magic Burns (Kate Daniels #2)
AUTHOR: Ilona Andrews
PUBLISHING DATE: April 1, 2008

FROM GOODREADS: Down in Atlanta, tempers – and temperatures – are about to flare…

As a mercenary who cleans up after magic gone wrong, Kate Daniels has seen her share of occupational hazards. Normally, waves of paranormal energy ebb and flow across Atlanta like a tide. But once every seven years, a flare comes, a time when magic runs rampant. Now Kate’s going to have to deal with problems on a much bigger scale: a divine one.

When Kate sets out to retrieve a set of stolen maps for the Pack, Atlanta’s paramilitary clan of shapeshifters, she quickly realizes much more at stake. During a flare, gods and goddesses can manifest – and battle for power. The stolen maps are only the opening gambit in an epic tug-of-war between two gods hoping for rebirth. And if Kate can’t stop the cataclysmic showdown, the city may not survive… 

MY THOUGHTS:  I am beginning to like this world of Atlanta the more and more I read about it.  And I have to admit, at times, I liked "Magic Burns" more than the first installment.  If this is any indicator about the rest of the series, I can see why people rave about it.  

In "Magic Burns," Kate ends up getting stuck caring for Julie, a young  teen, who clearly holds some kind of power and is quite the character.  Throw in a bunch of witches, a materializing individual named Bran, the Order, the Pack and a new best friend for Kate, and you have a whole lot of action and a book that barely takes a breather.  

So as the book progresses, not only is Kate trying to get permission from Curran for her ex and his ex to marry, she is also protecting a serious secret her best friend Andrea has, looking for a punk kid named Red who is using Julie to advance his own agenda, trying to find Julie's witch-dabbling mother all while trying to save the world and oh yea, stay alive.  There is so much going on in "Magic Bites" and one of my small issues was that at times, it was hard to keep track of everybody.

My only other issue is I want more Curran.  Now I'm sure that's a personal thing and honestly has nothing to do with the plot development.  He does appear, I just want him to appear more often.  And while I haven't been spoiled on this series per se, it is my belief that Kate and Curran become this awesome couple and do we really have to draw it out.  Some tension is good but just stop denying the obvious.

So I'm glad Stormi and I chose Kate Daniel for our first series buddy read.  I have been told the books only get better so bring them on!


Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Can't Wait Wednesday (199)

Can't Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings to spotlight highly anticipated books.  It is based on the Waiting on Wednesday meme which used to be hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

FROM GOODREADS:  Hine Trewlove is your run-of-the-mill vegan yoga instructor. Except she can talk to dogs.

Well, okay. Everybody can do that! But when the canines speak back, Hine understands and counsels them through their problems.

That's why her latest Dog Yoga class is the perfect platform for Hine to practice her favourite skills—teaching yoga and easing the anxieties of Pinetar Township's many pooches.

But when a dog turns up to class without her owner, Hine must utilise her unique talents to track down the kidnapped woman. It'll take all her fortitude to hunt the criminals responsible while keeping her special talent hidden from the local police

WHY I CAN'T WAIT:  So who here doesn't wish they could hear their dog speak actual words?  I phrase it this way because I'm sure many will agree our animals talk to us all the time.  I think this sounds like a fun read and I'll be honest, when I was browsing Monday and saw that cover, I knew this would be a perfect book to feature as my "They Call It Puppy Love" challenge wraps up.


Tuesday, February 26, 2019

TTT - Book Locations I'd Like to Visit

The top 10 weekly meme used to be hosted by The Broke and the Bookish they  handed over the reins to ThatArtsyReaderGirl who can be found HERE.  Each week she will focus on lists which cover various topics related to books and reading.

So this week we are sharing places mentioned in books we'd like to visit.  Now here's a small yet ironic secret.  I grew up in a VERY small town.  And I hated it.  I'm sure I even harassed my parents about it at one point.  Yet now that I'm an adult, I love reading about small towns.  Especially quirky little ones featured in cozy mysteries.  Maybe because at least in them there is always something interesting happening.  So on to the locations!

BRIAR CREEK CONNECTICUT - Such interesting characters, most of whom work at the local library or diner.  What's not to love?

SYLVAN CREEK PENNSYLVANIA - A VERY pet-centric town.  Sign me up!

THE OVERLOOK HOTEL/COLORADO - Because I'm weird like that.  Also, I just learned that the exterior of The Stanley Hotel is actually the Timberline Lodge in Oregon.  Hmmmm....why did I always think it was actually in Colorado.  And when I visit, please let me see the twins!

HOGWART'S - And yes, I'm sure it will be on tons of lists this week.  But it would still be cool.  I'd like to spend the day chatting with Hagrid.  I'm afraid Harry and Ron would irritate me in real life.

PROVIDENCE NEW HAMPSHIRE - I've always to visit and I loved this book.

BLACK DOG BAY DELEWARE - More dogs.  Is anyone really surprised?

RIVERDALE - I want to "chill" with Sabrina and hangout with Jughead.  Now I would probably end up ignoring Veronica and Betty but who cares.  And yes, I feel like a cougar but the guy who plays Jughead is actually 26 so at least he's legal.

CAINSVILLE - Because it sounds cool and I want to count the gargoyles.

MISTLETOE MAINE - I love the setting and the characters and would love to play the reindeer games.

PAISLEY PARK - No explanation needed I'm sure.


So there you have it.  Mostly cute adorable places with a few scarier ones thrown in and one outlandish pop star palace.  Not a bad variety. 

Where are you visiting this week????

Monday, February 25, 2019

That's It, I'm Moving! (A Dog Called Jack Review)

TITLE: A Dog Called Jack
AUTHOR: Ivy Pembroke
PUBLISHER: John Scognamiglio Books
PUBLISHING DATE: January 29, 2019

FROM GOODREADS: Every street should have a dog like Jack. And every abandoned dog should find a new family like the residents of Christmas Street--a group of people who just might need Jack as much as he needs them . . . All day, he trots happily between the terraced houses, receiving treats and toys, offering a tail wag or lick in return. For Sam, a widower recently returned to London, Jack is Christmas Street's unofficial welcoming committee. For Sam's young son, Teddy, the small, scruffy mutt is much more than that--he's a confidante and Teddy's much-needed and so far only friend. But other neighbors also rely on Jack for company, including Bill, the street's oldest, grumpiest resident. Bill remembers when everyone knew and looked out for each other. Now, people live side by side for years, scarcely interacting. Jack--with some help from Sam and Teddy--is starting to change all that. After a bumpy start, Jack helps forge a bond between Teddy and the girl next door, and he's the unlikely connection between Bill and artist Max, who lives with his husband, Arthur. He's also an approving witness to the secret relationship between two teenagers from very different backgrounds, and to Sam's tentative flirtation with Teddy's teacher. After all, Jack, with his willing and open heart, knows how much happier these humans could be if they, too, took the time to connect with one another. Warm, witty, and as irresistibly charming as its canine hero, A Dog Called Jack is the uplifting story of an ordinary street and the extraordinary dog bringing all its inhabitants together.
MY THOUGHTS: So I'm moving.  See that cute purple house in the middle with the three shrubs in front?  That's the one I want.  And see that adorable dog on the cover?  He'll make a perfect friend for my pups.  Ivy Pembroke has created a setting I just want to beam myself into and live happily ever after.

Several years ago Sam's wife died so he and his son, Teddy, have moved to England to be closer to Sam's sister and her two kids.  Teddy hates living in a foreign country and is having a hard time making friends, all except for Jack.  Jack is the street dog.  The family that lived in Sam's house before left him when they moved (don't even get me started on that!) so all of the people living on the street take care of him.  However, they really don't know each other very well despite living side by side for years.  However, Sam has taken it upon himself to remedy that because he himself wants to make friends and what better place to start that the neighbors.

This book was quaint and fun and everything I wanted and more.  First of all, Jack is a wonderful dog who  is managing to pull the neighborhood together despite them being aware.  And there are some interested couples living there.  Bill Hammersly is the widowed elderly man who has the grumpy old man role down pat - except of course he has a soft spot for Jack.  He also finds he has one for Teddy, who insists on inserting himself in the old man's life.  Then you have Pen.  She's a writer and health nut who has created her own tales for everyone on the street and who insists on feeding Jack health food.  Add in Max and Arthur who are trying to adopt and two other families who have no idea their children have been dating for months and a single teacher and you have "A Dog Called Jack."

And don't worry, this book isn't all drama.  There is humor and fun incidents and stories that tug at your heart (and those who know me know my heart is encased in cement so that's some feat).  So basically I have a new favorite book full of favorite characters (Mr. Hammersly being the best).  And Jack, I was never once worried about his well being or safety so thank you Ivy!  If you love dogs or tales about people coming together, then you absolutely have to read "A Dog Called Jack."

RATING: 5 PAWS (more if I could)

Saturday, February 23, 2019

What's Happening...(02-23-19)

So I'm doing things a tad bit differently this year and will be combining all of my regular weekend posts.  This will enable me to add more content on Fridays and it is just starting to make more sense.  I'll still be linking up with Stacking the Shelves at Tynga's Reviews and Sunday Post at Caffeinated Reviewer.  Both blogs are awesome so make sure you check them out.

The weather is still nuts.  We've had rain, sleet, ice, snow, sun and almost 60 degree temps, all within 7 days.  I'm ready for Spring but I want MY definition of Spring - not Mother Nature's.  At this point it's hard to tell what we will get.  

Still not a lot of movies out I've been wanting to watch.  I'd kind of like to see "A Star is Born" but Mr. Barb has absolutely no interest so it will have to happen on an evening he is working or when he is at the gym.  With both of us working, we spend so little time together I hate to go to the other room to watch something when we are home together.  We did start watching a new series and I have to admit, it has filled a void "The Shield" left years ago.  It's called "The Oath" and it's on Sony/Crackle.  It stars Ryan Kwanten and Season One had Sean Bean and it focuses on police gangs.  I always liked Ryan as Jason on True Blood so it's nice to see him in something else.  

I've read some good books this past week and even got some reviewed.  It's like once "The Passahe was finished, I was on a roll.  Look for reviews of "No Exit" and "A Dog Called Jack" soon. Here are the next three books on the TBR stack. As you can tell, I'm kind of in a horror mood.

I did receive a few books for review this week.  Of course you see a dog on "Swimming for Sunlight."  I've read an Allie Larkin book before and really liked how she incorporated our 4-legged pals into her tale.  I've been meaning to grab "The Dinner" from the library, or at least see the movie version, so I'm thrilled to have the author's next work, "The Ditch."  And I featured "The Homecoming" on a Can't Wait Wednesday feature a few weeks back so I was VERY happy to receive an approval on this one.  

And finally, I had to grab a copy of "Antarctic Ice Beasts" from Hunter Shea.  Stormi and I are planning a special Double Buddy Read of Shea's newest books in May so stay tuned for that.  I think he's our most read author when it comes to our buddy reads.

So what have you guys been up to this week and what books have you added???

Friday, February 22, 2019

Ahhhh, I Want a Gabriel (Gabriel & Mr. Death Review)

TITLE: Gabriel & Mr. Death
AUTHOR: Susan J. Kroupa
PUBLISHER: Laurel Fork Press
PUBLISHING DATE: December 13, 2010

FROM GOODREADS: She saved Gabriel's life. Now he must take on Mr. Death to save hers. Gabriel is a coon hound with an unusual gift: he can see Mr. Death. He doesn't think too hard on it until one Christmas Eve when Mr. Death comes for the person Gabriel loves most. He can't let that happen. No sir, no way. No matter what a poor hound has to do. A touching story by an award-winning author about a dog's love and loyalty and the healing power of family.
MY THOUGHTS: This was a short little novella I grabbed from Overdrive because come on, could you resist that face.  So Gabriel has spent his whole life looking for Mr. Death, the man who came and walked with his mom into the forest the night she was hit by a car.  He goes to live with a newly married couple and soon realizes that his watch isn't over, it's only just begun. 

Gabriel is such a sweet dog and this is such a wonderful tale.  It does center around Christmas so keep that in mind if you decide to grab it.  In fact, I wish I had read it during the holidays.  It's such a feel-good story and I love Gabriel's loyalty.  

I really don't want to give much else away but I am so glad I picked this up and that I spent some time with Gabriel.  The only reason it didn't get 5/5 was because I wish it had been longer.


Thursday, February 21, 2019

Two Bloggers One Books 2019 - Who Killed the Fonz?

So it's no secret Stormi and I liked reading the same books.  Heck we are now doing two buddy reads each month and truth be told, there have been months where we've actually read some of the same books unplanned.  She's always enabling me and vice versa.  So we knew from the beginning we would end up reading this month's book together, it was just a matter of waiting until it closer to publication.  So continue on to see my thoughts on this month's selection and then head over  to Books, Movies, Reviews! Oh My! and see what Stormi thought.

TITLE: Who Killed the Fonz?
AUTHOR: James Boice
PUBLISHER: Simon Schuster
PUBLISHING DATE: February 19, 2019

FROM GOODREADS: Late October, 1984. Prince and Bruce are dominating FM radio. Ron and Nancy are headed back to the White House. Crockett and Tubbs are leading men everywhere to embrace pastels. And Richard Cunningham? Well, Richard Cunningham is having a really bad Sunday. First, there’s the meeting with his agent. A decade ago, the forty-something Cunningham was one of Hollywood’s hottest screenwriters. But Tinseltown is no longer interested in his artsy, introspective scripts. They want Terminator cyborgs and exploding Stay Puft Marshmallow men. If he isn’t interested in that sort of thing, his agent tells him, he’s gonna have to find new representation. Then later that same day he gets a phone call with even worse news. His best friend from childhood back in Milwaukee, back when everyone called him Richie, is dead. Arthur Fonzarelli. The Fonz. Lost control of his motorcycle while crossing a bridge and plummeted into the water below. Two days of searching and still no body, no trace of his trademark leather jacket. Richard flies back for the memorial service, only to discover that Fonzie’s death was no accident—it was murder. With the help of his old pals Ralph Malph and Potsie Weber, he sets out to catch the killer. Who it turns out to be is shocking. So is the story’s final twist. Who Killed The Fonz? imagines what happened to the characters of the legendary TV series Happy Days twenty years after the show left off. And while much has changed in the interim—goodbye drive-in movie theaters, hello VCRs—the story centers around the same timeless themes as the show: the meaning of family. The significance of friendship. The importance of community.
MY THOUGHTS: I had such high hopes for this read and while it didn't really disappoint me, it wasn't exactly everything I wanted either.  Richard (don't call me Richie) Cunningham is living in California with his family and is trying once again to write and direct a critically acclaimed film.  Despite having previous success, he is currently struggling when he returns home one day to discover his childhood best friend, the Fonz, has died.  Richard returns to Milwaukee for the funeral and once he arrives, he starts questioning if Fonz's death was actually an accident.  So he, Ralph Malph and Potsie team up to find out what really happened.  

Let's get the main issue out of the way so I can gush about the rest.   Overall, I felt "Who Killed the Fonz" had a pretty weak mystery.  In fact, it was almost downright predictable.  And while there were a couple of twists thrown in for good measure, one I guessed before I even cracked the spine (or in my case, turned on the Kindle).  That being said, this books was crammed full of nostalgia and 80's references.  There were numerous pop culture references and considering I grew up watching Happy Days (and may have even had a crush on Fonzie for awhile) there were some aspects I had a blast reading.   I was sorry that Pinky Tuscadero was never mentioned those because I ALWAYS wanted to be Pinky.

So if you are looking for a wonderful mystery, then you're expectations may be a tad high.  However, if you are looking for nostalgia and pop culture references, then you can't go wrong with "Who Killed the Fonz." 


Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Can't Wait Wednesday (198) - Puppy Love Challenge Edition

Can't Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings to spotlight highly anticipated books.  It is based on the Waiting on Wednesday meme which used to be hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

FROM GOODREADS: Oscar is a happy dogg---a rambunctious kid who loves being a Dogg Scout. Thanks to his family, he knows that snobby katts are good for nothing but chasing up trees. 

Molly is a clever katt who just knows she's destined for fame and fortune as an actress. She comes from a family of well-bred katts who despise drooly, disgusting doggs!

For their whole lives, Oscar and Molly have been told that katts and dogs hate each other. One day, they each get hopelessly lost in the woods, but those lifelong prejudices flare up when they cross paths. Slowly, they realize that the only way to survive and find their way home is together?!

Yeah, that's not going to happen!

WHY I CAN'T WAIT:  In the spirit of Puppy Love, I knew I wanted to feature a dog book today.  From time to time I like a MG read, especially when they feature some awesome pooches, and this one looks like a fun read with a wonderful message for kids.  Plus there are illustrations.  I'll definitely have to get a physical copy of this one for sure.


Tuesday, February 19, 2019

TTT - My Favorite Books With Under 2000 Ratings

The top 10 weekly meme used to be hosted by The Broke and the Bookish they  handed over the reins to ThatArtsyReaderGirl who can be found HERE.  Each week she will focus on lists which cover various topics related to books and reading.

This week we are sharing our favorite books with under 2000 ratings on Goodreads.  Maybe I never really looked at this statistic but seriously, I had no idea I have read so many books with so few ratings.  
I had so many I actually decided to share 12!

 "Fatal Festival Days" is the 3rd in the Dog Day Mystery series and it only has 12 ratings.  Needless to say, I love this whole series.  "The Supernatural Pet Sitter" by Diane Moat is one of the cutest MG books I've read in a long time and I can't believe it only has 16 ratings.  Finally, "Atomic Frenchie" got 5 paws from me but only 27 other people have rated it.

I certainly love my horror so it's no surprise that "Dread and Breakfast" made my list with only 31 ratings. "Night Shift" has 40 and "Mormama" has 64. 

 Two Hunter Shea books made my list and I can't recommend this author enough.  I was shocked to see that "Creature," a 5 paw read for me, only has 202 ratings and "Rattus New Yorkus" has 84.

Finally, the whole Barkery and Biscuits series by Linda O. Johnston has under 2000 ratings and I've loved all 4 and am getting ready to read the 5th next month.  I would recommend all dog lovers read all of Jackie Bouchard's books. "Stray Magic" was certainly one of my faves and it has only 83 ratings.  And another pet-centric cozy, "A Midwinter's Tail" which is one of the best of the series only has 161 ratings.

So there you have it.  Some of my favorite books and all of them have under 500 Goodreads ratings.  Man, people are missing out on a lot of good books.  And it's probably no surprise that my list is a lot of dogs and a lot of horror.

What made your list this week???

Monday, February 18, 2019

That Was One Long Trip - The Passage Review

TITLE: The Passage (The Passage #1)
AUTHOR: Justin Cronin
PUBLISHER: Ballantine Books

FROM GOODREADS: A IT HAPPENED FAST. THIRTY-TWO MINUTES FOR ONE WORLD TO DIE, ANOTHER TO BE BORN.                                                                                                            First, the unthinkable: a security breach at a secret U.S. government facility unleashes the monstrous product of a chilling military experiment. Then, the unspeakable: a night of chaos and carnage gives way to sunrise on a nation, and ultimately a world, forever altered. All that remains for the stunned survivors is the long fight ahead and a future ruled by fear--of darkness, of death, of a fate far worse.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        As civilization swiftly crumbles into a primal landscape of predators and prey, two people flee in search of sanctuary. FBI agent Brad Wolgast is a good man haunted by what he's done in the line of duty. Six-year-old orphan Amy Harper Bellafonte is a refugee from the doomed scientific project that has triggered apocalypse. Wolgast is determined to protect her from the horror set loose by her captors, but for Amy, escaping the bloody fallout is only the beginning of a much longer odyssey--spanning miles and decades--toward the time an place where she must finish what should never have begun.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  With The Passage, award-winning author Justin Cronin has written both a relentlessly suspenseful adventure and an epic chronicle of human endurance in the face of unprecedented catastrophe and unimaginable danger. Its inventive storytelling, masterly prose, and depth of human insight mark it as a crucial and transcendent work of modern fiction.
MY THOUGHTS: So anyone who has been visiting my blog knows that this review has been a long time coming.  I started reading this book January 1st and honestly wondered if I would ever finish it.  I need to add that I am not afraid of huge books. In fact, some of my all-time faves have been super long (aka - The King).  But this book wasn't only long, it was dense, and it spanned over 100 years in time.  And at times, I felt like it was taking me that long to read it.

"The Passage" is basically a futuristic post-apocalyptic tale - with vampires.  Except they are now fondly referred to as smokes.  These entities were created by the government in order to battle disease and find a cure for everything.  However, this book clearly teaches you not to mess with Mother Nature too much.

So the military took the worst of mankind, horrible criminals on death row, and in trying to do good, unleashed a madness on the world.  It didn't take long for the population to dwindle.  Yet the military did try to remedy their mistake and in doing so took Amy NLN (no last name) and created a possible cure for their madness.  But can she find the people she needs to help her, and will they realize what needs to be done?

"The Passage" really is a great tale.  I never considered DNF'ing it, even though it did fall behind the couch, where it sat for two days, because it was a wonderful reason not to pick it up.  And had I focused solely on this book, and not had other reading obligations and let's say, work and family, it would have easily been finished in less than two weeks.  I loved Amy and will forever envision her as the adorable little girl playing her on the Fox TV series (and if you are watching that, you know that they were way off on their casting - also if you are watching it, know that it and the book should probably be treated as two different tales because they are that different).  I think the beginning of the book, where the author is setting the stage and where Amy is on the run with Agent Wolgast, is my favorite part of the book.  And honestly, the middle, where we go pages and pages without Amy, focusing on a community trying to survive in the New World, dragged a bit.  However, even that section offered characters I grew to love - Theo, Maus, Circuit, Lish and Peter to name a few.  There are tons of people in this book to love...and to hate.

So overall I am pleased with "The Passage."  I am glad I finally picked this book up and since it was a present from Mr. Barb for Christmas, I can say he definitely got his money's worth.  And will I be continuing?  Yes, in fact, I already own the big fat floppy book #2.  If you like survival tales and more importantly, if you like character-driven books (I do), then I do think you will enjoy "The Passage."  Just be prepared to make a commitment because I would never categorize this as a quick read.



Saturday, February 16, 2019

What's Happening...

So I'm doing things a tad bit differently this year and will be combining all of my regular weekend posts.  This will enable me to add more content on Fridays and it is just starting to make more sense.  I'll still be linking up with Stacking the Shelves at Tynga's Reviews and Sunday Post at Caffeinated Reviewer.  Both blogs are awesome so make sure you check them out.

So this week has been full of rain, and we're even expecting more this weekend.  Guess it's better than snow...maybe.  I was afraid I was coming down with the flu last Sunday, and I'm not sure I wasn't, but it only lasted a day or so so I'm thinking maybe my flu shot kicked in.  

We did watch a few movies this past week.  First up was a horror film called "The Last Wish."  I didn't expect much going into it so maybe that's why I actually found it good.  As a plus, it starred Lin Shaye and I love her in the Insidious movies.  Then we watched "Widows."  It was probably pretty good but I just wasn't in the mood for it so it never really took off for me.  There was a cute dog though.  Also, the AAF football league had their debut weekend and we caught some of the games.  Both myself and Mr. Barb were pretty impressed so we'll be catching another game or two this weekend.

The pups are doing great.  They celebrated Valentine's Day with us and received new dog bowls and Lambchop stuffed lambs.  

Since this is going up Saturday, I hope as you are reading this I am celebrating finishing "The Passage."  I only have 40 more pages and I'm gonna try to kick them out of the way Friday night.  The book actually fell behind the couch this week where it stayed for 2 days because I wanted to feel justified in reading "An Unwanted Guest" and not finishing it instead.  Once it's done, I'll be starting "A Dog Called Jack" and for some reason "Strange Ink" and "No Exit" are both screaming pretty loudly. 

I actually ended up grabbing a few Daily Deals from Kindle this week.  The urge hit me.  Rogue has always been one of my favorite X-Men character so I had to grab "Rogue Touch."  I've been eyeing "Video Nasties" for some time so when I saw it on sale it was a no-brainer.  And finally, who can resist the Wizard of Oz told from Toto's POV in "Toto's Tale."

And this week I grabbed a few freebies I think are worth sharing.  As usual, check before you click.  "Personal Demons" involves supernatural creatures, "Skellyman" centers around the occult and evil entities and with a title like "Rocket Fuel Pee: Man of Ruin" you know I had to grab that one.

So how was your week and what are you plans this weekend???