Sunday, December 10, 2006

2006 Journal Meme

Continuing a tradition seen on John Schramm's blog last year:

Copy the first sentence of each month's first post.


I usually sleep through midnight on New Year's Eve, but this year I did so to treat a lingering cough.


Just submitted my above-titled sci-fi flash fiction piece to Raven Electrick.


Pete Sampras is returning to the tennis court, signing up for the World Team Tennis Pro League more than three years after his last match.


Issue 2 of Apogee Magazine is now available, featuring three poems from me.


Death in Paradise is the third movie based on Robert B. Parker's Jesse Stone.


This familiar Whitney Houston lyric is my way of saying I've started a novel featuring C.J. Stone.


Earth's yellow sun may be the source of Superman's powers, but the same sun has left me dehydrated just back from the Lincoln Square IMAX.


Lee Goldberg relays Variety's report that Heath Ledger has been cast as The Joker in The Dark Knight, a sequel to Batman Begins, set to premiere in May 2008 to compete with Iron Man and the as-yet untitled 22nd Bond film.


He has an uncanny memory for celebrity birthdays.


In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit.


House returned to FOX's schedule last night, introducing David Morse (late of Hack) as a cop who, after a visit to the clinic, takes it upon himself to humble House.


Generating Oscar buzz for "Dreamgirls," Eddie Murphy has decided that the perfect way to cap his new critical comeback is with a fourth "Beverly Hills Cop" movie.

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