September 10, 2015

:: a List of Happy ::

You've Got Mail NY152 and Shopgirl DIY mugs
Here's a DIY tutorial for them.
 Mugs to commemorate one of my favorite movies! I want them.
 
 

THE SUNKEN REALM by Serena Chasejpg

Here's the awesome new cover for Serena Chase's amazing Eyes of E'veria series. {More details here.}

 
 
The Crimson Field - set in a World War One Field Hospital in France.:  

This series was short-lived, but wonderful! You should watch it. Trust me.
{Also? Richard Rankin is rather nice looking.}



Getting in the way of productivity since 1811:
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So much truth in that picture! ;)



Have Courage, Be Kind: The Tale of Cinderella

By the by, did you remember that this movie comes out on dvd next week?!
{I'm kind of excited about that.}
 
So what's making you happy today?
 
 


20 comments:

  1. Squee! That's a lot of happy! :D

    You've Got Mail, cover reveal for The Sunken Realm, Cinderella releasing next week...yep, I'm happy, too!

    I'm also happy for joyous long-weekend memories and a re-read of Daddy-Long-Legs and finishing a novelette and coming back to WTC! :D

    Thanks for this sweet post, friend!

    ~Amber

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed my bits of happy, Amber! It's the little things that keep us going, isn't it? :)

      Yay for rereads of Daddy Long Legs! And DOUBLE YAY for getting back to WTC!!!! I am so excited for that one! Whenever you are able to finally call it ready for other eyes, I just know I'm going to love it. :D (And you have me most curious about the novelette you refer to. Is it one of your own or someone else's?)

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    2. It's the little things, indeed - just as Judy says in DLL. We'll just sit by the wayside and pile up our little bits of happiness, right? :) (I just love that section about living in the now and making a big deal out of the little joys in life!)

      Speaking of DLL, I found out on Hamlette's blog that there's a sequel!! I think I've been living under a rock not to have known this! Already ordered a copy of the two-in-one version with both DLL and Dear Enemy. :) Can't wait to read it!

      And thanks so much for your enthusiasm for WTC and your faith in the story!! That means so much! :D When I polish it up a bit, if you're interested in beta reading, let me know. :) (No pressure, though! And it would be more of a for-fun thing, not like you'd have to proofread it. :))

      As for the novelette, this is my Sleeping Beauty / bee story I've been working on (Pinterest board). It's currently with my proofreader, and I *think* I'll be self-publishing it this fall. That's the plan, anyway! We'll see how the proofreader likes it... My dad gave it the thumbs-up, so there's that! ♥ (He's the first one to have read it, besides me, haha.)

      ~Amber

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    3. The little things, the bits of happiness, they keep us going, don't they? Joy is a happy thing!

      Yes! Dear Enemy is just as fun. I'll look forward to hearing your thoughts! I've read it several times, just have yet to purchase a physical copy for myself. :)

      I will always be excited for your stories! You have skills, my friend. A gift. I love that you share them with us! :) I feel quite privileged that you even asked me to beta read. Your stories just make me happy. :)

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  2. Ooooh, Crimson Field looks interesting!! And is that,,,Mr. Molesly I see? ;-P

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    1. It is indeed, Emma! Very good eye. :) He plays quite a different sort of character in this drama and I really enjoyed his performance. The Crimson Field is very wonderful! Hope you get a chance to watch it some day.

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  3. I love You've Got Mail!! I want those mugs too!

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    1. Kami: Yay! Such a great movie, isn't it? And those mugs are just too cute. I know my cupboard would appreciate having them around! :)

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    1. Ganise: You said it, my friend! :)

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  5. It's Mosley from Downton Abbey! I need to watch this just to see what it's like. It looks good just based on the cover and cast.

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    1. Jenni: It is! He plays a very different sort of character in this, but I think he did a great job. I really, really liked this drama! It got cancelled, so there's not a great deal of tying up of loose ends. (Just fyi.) But overall, the ending satisfied me and I loved all the characters. Even the not so loveable ones! Let me know what you think of it, if you get the chance to watch. :)

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  6. What a sweet post, Kara. This is indeed full of happiness. Richard Rankin IS definitely nice looking - and that accent...! ;) Oh, and three cheers for Cinderella. I am so snatching that next week. My mom and I have been *dying* to see the pretty again. :)

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    1. I was going to say exactly the same about Richard's accent (le sigh). Hehe, great minds...

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    2. Rissi: Aren't those mugs so fun? I would love to have them. :) And yes! Richard is VERY nice looking. Especially in this series! That accent can melt a girl. :D

      Birdie: You said it, my friend! :D

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  7. Picked up our copy of Cinderella today! We're having a couple of my kids' friends over tomorrow, and the girls are all going to watch it together :-) (The boys are going to play with Legos, I expect.) I love that novelization too -- the cover is amazing, and I love the illustrations.

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    1. Too fun, Hamlette! I got my copy and have watched it two or three times now. :) That novelization is so pretty, isn't it? I just love looking at it!

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