In this episode, Diane turns her mind to finding ways around her predicament, and there’s a very intriguing meeting held in Riverside. Meanwhile an old problem rears its head for Kaab, who does not necessarily respond well… Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
Trying my hand at something new, and (hopefully permanently?) adding a meme to my regular schedule here! Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish, and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is all about bookstores and libraries you’d like to visit, and I’m not sure I have ten to talk about but that’s just one more reason to keep looking for new places, right? Meanwhile, let’s take a look at the …
In this episode, Diane’s struggle gets real. Very real. Too real? Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
In this episode, Diane discovers that City politics is even more of a boys’ club than she’d thought – and how. Elsewhere, the problem of stubborn men and how to deal with them is also proving difficult for Esha, and there’s an unpleasant turn of events in store for Tess and the River Rats. Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
As I prepare to majorly geek out over the next couple of months, let’s take a look back at what September brought with it! Recap time.
In this episode, the promise of progress is overshadowed by the dread beast Politics, and everyone’s feeling it bearing down in some way. Let’s discuss Tremontaine. Spoilers follow for this episode.
My favourite serial is back for its fourth and final season, and I don’t know how to feel. I only know I am feeling A LOT. Here is where I start to unpack it all… Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
It’s getting close to that time of year again, folks. Summer’s out, autumn is (metaphorically) warming up, and while the weather might be comfortably lodged in Somewhat Miserable here right now, there’s a distinct bite in the air that never fails to excite me. But never mind pumpkin spice lattes – just bring me Sci-Fi Month!
I have been conspiring of late with my Wyrd & Wonder co-hosts, and we have an awesome thing in the works. Intrigued? Then read on.
So. August happened. Not much else did, unfortunately… But I’m fighting the blues brought on by that fact, and I did get some things read! Let’s recap.