Memoir to Movie: Emma Watson to Star in ‘Your Voice in My Head’

Send to Kindle Another memoir will be hitting the big screen: Hollywood Reporter reports that Emma Watson (“Harry Potter”) will be starring in the movie adaptation of Emma Forrest’s memoir, Your Voice in My Head. Francesca Gregorini (“The Truth About Emanuel”, “Tanner Hall”) will direct, with Alison Owen (“Saving Mr. Banks”) and Michael Benaroya (“Lawless”) to produce ....more

Harry Styles is a Green Bay Packer Fan

British singer Harry Styles, of One Direction fame, spent the weekend in California and was able to watch the NFL game between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers. The 19-year-old grew up in England and has been traveling the world since Simon Cowell signed the pop boy band to his record label after their stint on ‘X Factor’ in 2010. Styles famously dated Taylor Swift for a short time last year, a failed romance that inspired her hit single ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.’ Regarding Harry’s passion for the Packers, he hit Twitter on Sunday with a couple of photos....more

thank heaven for little girls

The kid, although she's only 9, is a big One Direction fan, so Friday found us at their concert film/documentary, One Direction: This is Us. The movie took the #1 spot in the U.S. on its opening weekend, but has since dropped a few notches. No surprise, ...more

Mario Lopez and Wife Courtney Welcome Son

Extra host Mario Lopez, 39, and his wife Courtney welcomed their second child Monday night. The proud dad announced the news on Twitter,...more

<i>Hanging By a Thread</i>, by Sophie Littlefield

Sophie Littlefield's novel Hanging By a Thread bills itself as a murder mystery, but the lion's share of the story centers around the heroine's interest in re-purposing vintage clothing. The end result still boasts its fair share of action and violence, but the blood-splattered cover is a wee bit misleading. After several years away, high school student Clare Knight has moved back to Winston, California ....more

Good Doctor: Episode 11

With so many lives to save each day, it’s also important to take out the time for self-care—to examine the risk factors of traumatic history, the symptoms of the emotional present, and the treatment guidelines to a happier future. These underlying issues can lie dormant for years, even decades, but the incredible thing about the body is that once the warning light comes on that something is wrong, it’s going to do its damned best to get your attention to make sure you do something about it. As the show continues to pump more heart through its narrative veins, ratings also saw an increase in ratings as this episode hit 18.3%. (...)Read the rest of Good Doctor: Episode 11 (3,624 words) © gummimochi for Dramabeans, 2013 ....more

Written and Video Preview for Episode 14 of Who Are You

I can’t quite wrap my mind around how much I love watching Who Are You vis-a-vis how good it is. It’s not very good but its a very easy and enjoyable watch, with the emotional threads nicely developed whether its … Continue reading → ...more

Stop Whining and Write by Rochelle Melander

On Monday, as I scrambled to finish an editing project, get the kids ready for school, and put together a newsletter—I felt stressed. I wasn’t sure how I’d finish it all. And then my computer crashed ....more

Book Review: Pink Sari Revolution – Amana Fontanella-Khan

Title: Pink Sari Revolution: A Tale of Women and Power in India Author: Amana Fontanella-Khan ISBN:...more


Ahh. Words RESONATE and they call it ART.What do these WORDS make you think about? xoSamantha Jones...more