Month: June 2015
[Editor’s note: In celebration of the holidays, we’re spending the next two Tuesdays by counting down the top 12 Flavorwire features of 2012. This post, at #12, was originally published March 3rd.] Since March is Women’s History Month, we’ve been thinking a lot about the women who have had positive and lasting impacts on our lives — and perhaps not surprisingly for a bunch of literary geeks like us, we’ve realized that many of them are fictional. For all the hullabaloo about the dearth of strong female characters in modern culture, thankfully there are some wonderfully powerful, kick-ass maidens that have inspired us with their strength, self-discovery, and incredible brilliance over the years. Click through to see our list of ten of the most powerful female characters in literature, and then be sure to pipe up with your own suggestions — we’ve chosen the ten who resonate most…
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I have an autographed copy of one of these from Sanford Greene. He even sketched a copy of the one of the frogs in the front of it for me,
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Fam, 8:00 p.m.) – In the Season 6 premiere, the girls find themselves trapped in A’s creepy doll-house while wearing some promtastic outfits. (Question: Have we found out who A is yet? Because if not, that’s total sh*t. I mean, it’s been six seasons. How long can you draw this thing out?)
Royal Pains (USA, 10:00 p.m.) – The Season 7 premiere sees Hank helping a TV host, Evan and Paige getting some unexpected news, and the rest of us still slapping ourselves for not going to school for medicine so we could become an insanely overpriced doctor for rich people living in the Hamptons.
America’s Got Talent (NBC, 8:00 p.m.) – Sexy babies, cuddle gurus, and a few dudes from the local Chippendales auditioned last week, but AGT is really stepping up their hashtag game this week.
Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader (Fox…
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Here’s this week’s Featured Book-of-the-Week available now on Amazon.com!
by Carol Leslie Bradley
Carol Leslie Bradley’s “Sandpiper Dreams.” In the sequel to The Inheritance, we share the journey of love and painful loss of the beautiful Carlita Mendoza of Belize who evolves into a confident and intelligent woman. She breaks through the veil of sadness, abandonment and depression. This beautifully rendered romance novel is set against the exotic Belizean shoreline where the little sandpiper birds flutter along in life much like their human counterparts.
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