New Project by Ed Speleers with Gary Lewis ~

Photo: Ed Speleers and Gary Lewis in Eragon (2006), hotflick.net Those of you who frequent this blog know I bang on about elevating not only girls and women, but boys and men. My husband and I are raising one of each right now, and my experience, in my predominantly white upper middle class, highly educated […]

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OutlanderBTS: Favorite Photo Tuesday ~ Señor Cree

I took this lovely photo of Mr. Cree at the very well done LandCon2 convention in Paris last summer. Never mind that Richard Rankin’s head is actually in Steven’s lap in this shot 😬,  I love it of Steven. Droughtlander is upon us, and I will be sharing the occasional Favorite Photo Tuesday with you, […]

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The Fraser & MacKenzie Lasses Live Tweet the Finale ~ Highlights

Photo: Starz, Claire and Jo Whay exactly has Jocasta smiling?? Going to stay up way past my bedtime to live tweet with y’all ….who’s in? ⁦@Outlander_STARZ⁩ #OutlanderFinale pic.twitter.com/hTc9plUKFb — Maria Doyle Kennedy (@mariadkennedy) January 27, 2019 Quite a lot ( in fairness, they’re gigantic sleeves 😊) — Maria Doyle Kennedy (@mariadkennedy) January 28, 2019 @jongarysteele […]

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Lauren Lyle Q&A Highlights: #AskLaurenLyle

Photo: Lauren Lyle, Twitter. Sam, with his bullfighter fan: the only man who could sit, pensively fanning himself, and not look at least mildly ridiculous. Is he thinking about his next scene? Or about his next snack? Video below. Our spunky Marsali Parsley was on hand for a Twitter Q&A today (or was that tomorrow? […]

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The Little Princess & Droughtlander Ends

I’ll be super honest, as is my way. The spirit hasn’t moved me lately, to blog about Outlander, (which is unusual for me). What’s going on? Am I changing? Is it changing? Probably some of both.  The reason I started this blog in the first place, was to provide deeper, more satisfying content to intelligent, […]

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Gary Young, on Playing Mr. Willoughby/ Yi Tien Cho

It’s Wednesday, February 21st, 1:30PM, and I’ve just dropped off my 15-year-old at the bus stop for afternoon classes. Usually he rides his bike, but it’s 15 degrees (Fahrenheit), and the streets are covered with ice. I tuck my sick 11-year-old and our dog up into her bedroom with lots of food and drinks and […]

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