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Video of the Day–Stripping for AIDS Research

As longtime followers know, I spent my formative years watching soaps with my mom.  Between 1995 and 2014, I’d tune in to watch the goings on in the fictional town of Port Charles.  Even though, I stopped watching General Hospital two years ago, I still like to check it out at least one week a …

Review of “Alone in the Dark” by Karen Rose

Karen Rose novels should come with trigger warnings.  I don’t remember reading any of them that didn’t involve something that would cause a PTSD episode and Alone in the Dark is no different.  To start my review, I am going to offer my own warning, just in case someone stumbles upon this not expecting to encounter harmful …

Video of the Day–Her Fake Fiancé

I’m in the middle of reading The Woman Who Lived Again by Thomasine Rappold (available December 8th), which is about a woman who convinces a virtual stranger to pretend to be her fiancé and escort her to a friend’s wedding because she can’t face her ex and his new bride-to-be without having someone on her arm. …

Video of the Day for August 7th–A Permanent Lock

Today’s video is a bit long, but stick with it.   The relationship between General Hospital’s Lucky and Elizabeth was one of the first ones I shipped.  I remember watching this episode back in 1999 and thinking that it was all so incredibly romantic.  These were two characters that had been through a lot together (Liz’s …