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Now I’m pissed off.

Posted by hcvp on December 16, 2006

I had submitted this blog to a blog roll and was told no because it wasnt up to date. That kind of pisses me off cause they didnt look at it completely. If they did they would know that there were more entries in the month of December 2006 then any other month since I started it. Anyways, in other notes, I have been reading and working through the book “Dreams have No Expiry Date a Practical and Inspirational Way For Women to Take Charge of their Futures” by Gottlieb and Rosenswig. And it is a very powerful guide. I am roughly midway through this book and I am having to admit that one of the key things I need to ownup to is that I dont like acting. I hate being an actress. Which is probably why the latest film production is hitting so many road blocks. Granted my health problems (the car accident) and my money problems are major reasons why this film isnt moving. But another reason is the simple fact that I just hate the entire acting process. I love being behind the scenes, I love being infront of a photographer, infact I never thought I would like modeling so much but I just love it! I love the editing process of film work, but just hate acting. I had gotten into broadcasting 12 years ago because I liked working with the news. I miss reporting, and documentary work. If you are stuck in your life pick up this book!

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Books (part 1)

Posted by hcvp on December 8, 2006

Monday, January 23, 2006

Revenge not so sweet

What does an overstressed reporter, some bad hair, and a murder have in common? They are all the key ingredents in the novel Revenge of the Cootie Girls by Sparkle Hayter. This is a fun yet slightly over the top murder mystery by one of the best chicklit writers around. We find our lead Robin Hudson just trying to relax after work with her best friends on Hallowe’en night in New York, but everything that could go wrong does when she is haunted by her past. Having to find her missing intern and keep what is left of her sanity is harder then it seems as she dodges mobsters and sometimes boyfriends in this comical-suspense story. From sceens of cab drivers under curses to bald fortunetellers this book will keep you laughing from cover to cover.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

wolf moon


Naked Brunch by Sparkle Hayter is the 2002 relase from the top of the chicklit writers. We are taken through a four and a half month journey as a female werewolf deals with her relationships as well as the discovery of a major plot to take over the world. If you are a fan of her mystery novels then this one won’t shock you at all, but if you are looking for the typical romance novel this whould give you a fresh change of pace. Once again Sparkle Hayter has given us somethng to sink our teeth into while we do some soul searching.

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