The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer
It's been snowing and it feels wintery. There's a hush and a stillness after a new blanket of snow, the tinkling of icicles and the snowy branches stark against a winter blue sky. I'm enjoying that aspect of it, even as I get anxious for March and the nicer weather. As I said last week, the new year is a time for new plans. What will the year bring?
I finished Black Sails S2 this week. Is anyone else watching this? If so I'd love to know your thoughts. I like it, for the most part- and I really don't know who to root for. Everyone is flawed. You'd be hard pressed to find any "good guys" on this show, and that may be what I like about it. After all, this is pirates. Between this and stuff like Game of Thrones it's a great time if you like shades of grey characters (not that shades of grey).
This week I'll have another Star Wars discussion post- this one will examine the story elements of The Force Awakens and explore what might be coming, along with what they could have done. Have ideas for where it could go, or where they could have done things differently? Stop by and let me know! I'll also be reviewing Need (finally)
Last week I discussed my favorite movies/ TV shows of 2015 and also took a look at cult classic Escape from New York.
Top Ten Tuesday
A Dance with Dragons
MON- Cover Characteristics
TUE - Top Ten Tuesday
A Dance with Dragons
FRI - Bookcover Spotlight
Books of Amber, Lady Knight Reads and The Overstuffed Bookcase are hosting a rewatch of The 100. The event is already underway and runs until Jan. 21- which is when S3 premieres. They're watching about 3 episodes a week plus a livewatch on Twitter. The 100 is available on Netflix and you can go here for all the info.
Little Red Reviewer discusses Star Wars The Force Awakens and makes some good points.
Chapter Break reviews Menagerie.
Lynn's Book Blog is posting a vintage cover a day for Vintage SciFi Month. This is awesome.
Since I'm always raving about Continuum I thought I'd share a sneak peek from an episode in S3. Most of the show takes place in our time but they show vignettes of what life was like in 2077 before she was sent back in time. I love this show.