From the Official Entertainment Repository (or, YouTube): Happy weekend! Also: a reminder that Clueless was released in 1995. 1995!! Advertisements
Spacey is a fantastic impressionist…and Al Pacino is a good sport about it! Hoo-ahh! Hoo-ahh! Bonus Benes:
So, not only is tomorrow Friday but also Halloween, so…um…enjoy some videos of Stephen Merchant & Shaun Williamson (Extras) dancing & an early YouTube sensation…
Review: Fiendish by Brenna Yovanoff Source: ARC, courtesy of Goodreads First Reads and Penguin Canada. Thank you! Verdict: Okay/Good Book Description: Clementine DeVore spent ten years trapped in a cellar, pinned down by willow roots, silenced and forgotten. Now she’s out and determined to uncover who put her in that cellar and why. When Clementine was a child, dangerous and […]
Though I have not seen ‘Inside Llewyn Davis‘ in its entirety, I have heard the gorgeous music multiple times, thanks to Mr. Fab’s raves. The soundtrack (produced by T Bone Burnett, featuring Oscar Isaac, Justin Timberlake & more) is, I think, pretty wonderful. Some standouts: Hope you enjoy!
Oy. Writer’s/blogger’s block. Having it is not conducive and/or helpful to writing book reviews. In the meantime, I will share a passage or two from Dodie Smith’s I Capture the Castle, which I am currently in the midst of. (And which I am reading for the first time!). There are so many utterly lovely turns of phrases and descriptive sections […]
Happy Canada Day! While scrolling over at Pajiba, I read this article honouring Canada Day…and now I am borrowing/sharing one of their picks for ‘Top Ten Fictional Canadians’:
My last post: all about Seinfeld. This post: Stephen Merchant, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, lip synching with Jimmy Fallon. All good things. I know it’s a much-viewed clip, but it’s just so joyful and nuts. Bonus: Paul Rudd. His Tina Turner is quite awesome.
“The sea was angry that day, my friends…” Now, I am a fan of Seinfeld. I am especially fond of the first five seasons, and have watched episodes multiple times. I have alarmed my husband on more than a few occasions with my ability to recite lines and jokes from episodes… The following clip is from the most excellent ‘The Marine Biologist’. Much love. Always manages to make me laugh. Or chuckle.
Hi! Welcome to Fab Book Reviews! Oh, good grief. Why is it so hard to come up with a pithy, blindingly brilliant way to introduce a site? I’ve just finished a big project, or rather a big project came to an unexpected end. For three years, I worked my butt off on Fabbity Fab Book Reviews– a site that is now defunct (thank you, Google/Blogger. I don’t wish to get into the details). On that site, I (perhaps unsurprisingly) published book reviews- I reviewed everything from historical young adult literature to children’s picture books and posted miscellaneous goodies about the literary world. And also: some music videos. Professionally, I am a librarian, so books are kind of big thing for me, and I’m quite literally surrounded by books all day long. In my personal life? I’m quite literally surrounded by books, and I read. A Lot. Very Often. So, what now with Fab Book Reviews? Why this new project? Honestly, the last number of months on the old site were tough. Life Changes were happening, reading became almost non-existent and forced, and reviewing just fell by the wayside. But when reading (and the joy of the activity) came back to me, the demise of the old site kind of lit a fire under me: I knew I wanted to keep writing reviews. I want to share my love of titles, of authors, of Canadian literary gems and under-the-radar books. I […]