Why hello, August. Where did you come from? The year is flowing by faster the older I get, so it’s no wonder I barely manage one post per month. It takes me too long to create just this one! At any rate, feel free to peruse my list of entertainment consumed, and tell me what you consumed yourself. Got any recommendations? Lay them on me!
Look at me, being all super-productive at reading! A month full of variety, along with some friends who published their debut novels! I’m so proud of Gribble and Mason!
26) Sliver of Truth by Lisa Unger
27) Safe As Houses by Marie-Helene Bertino
28) I Want It That Way by Ann Aguirre
29) Steel Victory by J.L. Gribble
30) In the Garden of Iden by Kage Baker
31) The Empress Game by Rhonda Mason
One piece of short fiction, but for fans of the Newsflesh series, oh so good.
6) Please Do Not Taunt The Octopus by Mira Grant
I’m letting my comics pile up again, but I did get a few under my belt.
Jem and the Holograms #4
Ms. Marvel #16
Orphan Black #4
It was an interesting mix of movies last month, though a solid handful were repeat viewings. Ant-Man happened, because of course it did. No other theater showings, and I should note that 7 Days in Hell is NOT a horror movie, but a mockumentary spoof about fake tennis rivals featuring Andy Samberg and Kit Harrington. Yeah. It’s kind of crazy. And wrong. But funny. But wrong.
* = repeat viewing
7 Days In Hell
Ant-Man (in theaters)
I’ll Follow You Down
Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back*
Star Wars: Episode VI: The Return of the Jedi*
The Last Starfighter
July allowed the hubby and I to catch up on shows we’d fallen behind on. So YAY for catching up on Orange is the New Black, whose Season 3 finale has one of the most perfect sequences EVER with the inmates at the end, and it’s quite possibly one of the most beautiful moments in the show. Can’t wait for season four!
Orange Is the New Black Season 2
Orange is the New Black Season 3
Silicon Valley Season 2
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 1
Veep Season 4
That’s it from me! Also, feel free to share whatever 2015 stats you’ve got! How many books? How many movies? What were your favorites? Lay them on me!