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Comments for Cynthia Garner http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com Author Fri, 02 May 2014 23:32:38 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Contest + Giveaways by Cynthia Garner http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/contest-giveaways#comment-1438 Fri, 02 May 2014 23:32:38 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=515#comment-1438 I’d have to agree with you there, Dani. There was a series on TV called Cliffhanger (1979), which followed three different story lines, one of which was Curse of Dracula. Dracula was played by Michael Nouri. O.M.G. Talk about let me help you find my vein!

]]> Comment on Contest + Giveaways by Dani W. http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/contest-giveaways#comment-1437 Fri, 02 May 2014 23:17:33 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=515#comment-1437 A-hah! After months of fighting with my virus protector I have access to this site again! Take that, virus protector!

o.o Ahem.

So, I didn’t start out liking zombies right off. I think Resident Evil and Zombie Land kinda set me up to enjoy that sort of thing. But, to be honest, it’s always been vampires for me.

It started with Ann Rice and _The Vampire Lestat_(Not Interview ’cause I’m sorry, Louis’ whining is hard enough to listen to coming from Brad Pitt, I really didn’t need to read it). It was the first time I’d had access to romanticized vampires. Well, as romanticized as Lestat gets compared to current vampire books. Then of course, there was Buffy. I mean come on, David Boreanaz and James Marsters make a girl wanna get bit. Srsly.

Of course, once I got sucked in, then I had to find more interesting versions of the vampire myth ’cause really you can only read about Dracula types so many times before the appeal loses affect.

And through all of my searching there was you! And always with the best heroes’ with the names starting with D! Which is a great letter I might add. Just saying.

Anyways, so eyah. Those are my favorites! ^_^

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Cynthia Garner http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1397 Thu, 06 Feb 2014 12:29:19 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1397 Danielle, I agree with you about Molly! Adorable and badass. 🙂 I didn’t dislike this season, though it seemed more disjointed to me. And perhaps that was done on purpose, I don’t know. I’m looking forward to what Moriarty has up his sleeve.

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Danielle http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1396 Wed, 05 Feb 2014 22:09:26 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1396 Well, I’m kinda mixed feelings on the whole thing. On the one hand, things had to change between the two be cause they’ve never had this sort of dynamic before. But on the other, it was the same experience the audience is used to. That being said, I quite enjoyed this season. For the first two seasons we were waiting for Moriarty, but as far as we knew for this season, there is no more Moriarty.

Now Moffat does have a way of setting things up at least a season in advance, so we might be missing something just at the moment.

Now, for this episode, there was a ton of action, and I loved that. My favorite part though, Molly. Omg, Molly. I always thought she was kind of adorable, but she has now become badass.

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Cynthia Garner http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1394 Wed, 05 Feb 2014 12:32:33 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1394 Perhaps. Like you, I’m looking forward to next season. We’ll have to wait and see.

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Cynthia Garner http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1393 Wed, 05 Feb 2014 12:31:48 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1393 Christy, I agree! The changes in Holmes & Watson were necessary, but somehow there was too much of…something. Or not enough. I don’t have any suggestions on how it could have been handled differently. I just know I was thoroughly confused.

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Cynthia Garner http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1392 Wed, 05 Feb 2014 12:28:09 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1392 I could never get that into Jeremy Brett as SH. I think, for me, he was too…manic. Too abrupt. And I’m glad you-know-who is back, too.

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Christy http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1390 Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:50:58 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1390 I did think it interesting that they have Sherlock shot someone to save Watson, because Watson shots the taxi driver in the first eppie to save Sherlock. Maybe this is how they are putting the characters back on even footing for season 4?

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Christy http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1389 Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:37:23 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1389 I wasn’t that lost plot -wise because…well…I love spoilers and had read some…so I kinda knew what to expect, but I was unsatisfied. I think the main problem with this season is that there wasn’t a common thread. And that our dynamic duo wasn’t really a duo…solving cases in the way that the viewers have come to love and expect. The last eppie was especially disjointed and attempted to address how reckless and different they’ve become without each other. There were high expectations, but each episode felt like we were thrown into the deep end…the characters had changed off screen for reasons we don’t know…and we had invested in the relationship of Sherlock and Watson and sometimes their actions caused whiplash…where there were sparse moments that felt familiar sandwiched in between moments that made the characters feel they were completely different. I hope next season that they establish business as usual and their cases drives the drama.

]]> Comment on Benedict Cumberbatch’s SHERLOCK HOLMES by Cheryl Somerville http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/benedict-cumberbatchs-sherlock-holmes#comment-1388 Tue, 04 Feb 2014 15:02:21 +0000 http://cynthiagarnerbooks.com/?p=479#comment-1388 I’ve always liked Jeremy Brett as Sherlock. He seemed to be a very broody(?) person. I’m just glad to see that “you know who” seems to be back.