<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;"><a href="/forums/profile/77">Pac</a> said:</span>
"Writing Movies for Fun and Profit", by two of the Reno 911 guys. Enjoyable, behind the scenes look at how to wite for the studio system in Hollywood.
<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;"><a href="/forums/profile/39">Mavilu</a> said:</span>
So, does any of you have one of those reading tablet thingies?, we were being "classic" with my husband until my friend arrived with a Kobo reader and we fell head over heels in love with it, so I'm currently hinting that I want a Kindle for my birthday and I'm thinking about giving one to my husband on his birthday.Is there any con about them?, because right now, the concept seems pretty much perfect.Oh, and I'm reading a book about Captain Kidd, it's called The Pirate Hunter, a good read if you are interested in the Golden Age of Piracy.
<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;"><a href="/forums/profile/117">CaButler</a> said:</span>
Reading Reality is Broken. Interesting book.
<span style="font-size: 11px; color: #959595;"><a href="/forums/profile/48">Call</a> said:</span>
Started reading A Feast for Crows, then realized it was pissing me off that it is split form A Dance with Dragons. SO I read about 300 pages of AFfC, started ADwD, and will read about 300 pages of that, then return to AFfC, alternating with each until I finish AFfC. I hope to God I find some chronological rhythm to them.And which character, Kal? With so much going on, I'm having trouble remembering anyone that, uh, memorable.