Thanks to John Schramm for this meme.
The rules: Copy the first sentence of each month's first post.
Welcome in, 2005.
Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher has once again slammed reports her breasts are fake in a bid to temper the increasing "hysteria" they're generating.
I've had my eye on a few items for the last month or so, but their cost didn't square with my budget.
Writer and TV producer Lee Goldberg, who currently writes Diagnosis: Murder tie-in novels, has announced he's signed to write a Monk tie-in.
Polished and submitted the aforementioned story to Crime Spree.
My copy of Robert B. Parker's DOUBLE PLAY, a fictional mystery featuring Jackie Robinson, arrived today.
Rangers Pitcher Kenny Rogers didn't know when to walk away.
Hollywood beauties Catherine Zeta-Jones and Sandra Bullock have been dismissed as too old to play superheroine Wonder Woman in a new movie version of the TV series - by the show's original star.
Now that Pierce Brosnan's license to kill has been officially revoked, finding a replacement 007 is proving to be a difficult task.
Thursday night at 9 I watched ABC's update of Kolchak: The Night Stalker starring Stuart Townsend as Kolchak and Gabrielle Union as his competitive partner.
I think I set a personal record of eight submissions in October, and I've continued the flow into November, sending three poems to Contempory Rhyme this morning.
My story "Lonely Too Long" is now live at Skive.