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Once Upon A Time- 4x17 "Heart of Gold"

So the episode started naturally where it left off- The Charmings and their pirate mascot hot on the trail of The Author, who made a mad dash after being released from the book at the end of the last episode. 1,119 more words

Once Upon A Time

A Real Honker

“Darryl, honey,” Lucille said. “Why do you put that stuff in your mouth?”

Darryl gave the can a few more pops, opened it, pinched some snuff, and stuffed it in his lower lip.  520 more words

Flash Fiction

Book Review: A Curse Dark as Gold by Elizabeth A. Bunce

Info: 396 pages, paperback, Middle Grade Fantasy/fairy tale retelling, published March 1, 2008

Synopsis: Charlotte Miller has always scoffed at talk of a curse on her family’s woolen mill, which holds her beloved small town together. 335 more words

Book Reviews

Straw into gold

I found an old notebook the other day, curiosity got the better of me (not always a good thing) and I found myself thumbing through. I’d been toying with fairy tales from a different perspective, I’ve done this on and off for as long as I can remember but don’t usually succeed in getting my ideas down in a way I’m happy with. 109 more words

Once Upon A Time, S4E13: "Darkness on the Edge of Town"

Spoiler Thoughts:

  • Cruella…has magical dog breath powers?
  • Weird, however I guess without that, her superpower is basically chain-smoking.
  • Oh hey, Regina’s reinstalled as mayor. Because Storybrooke votes the recidivist party.
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Once Upon A Time, S4E12: "Heroes and Villains"

Spoiler Thoughts:

  • Belle always wanted a life in New York City?
  • “If you must know, it’s about ethics in magical journalism.”
  • Funny how no one from Storybrooke ever wants to go to LA or Hollywood or anywhere West of the Mississippi.
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Week XX – The Curtain Rises Again

Season 4, Episode 12 (Darkness On the Edge of Town)

While I am in the mood to rip someone’s heart out and crush it, or have my own ripped out and buried in the dirt so that wild animals could eat it up…(No points for figuring out which character I identify a lot with!) 554 more words

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