Hey kids! I have some exciting news! As of right now, (YES RIGHT NOW!) You can read me ( YEP, I DID SAY ME!!!) on this fabulous website:
Can you believe it? Well, honestly, neither can I, but it’s the truth. I’ve been honored to be added to their list of contributors, and this is my first piece, a review of last night’s season premiere of one of my favorite tv shows, SyFy’s Being Human! I will be reviewing the episodes every week, among other fun things I’ve got up my geeky sleeve. Please enjoy reading this thrilling excerpt, and in true cheeky fashion, I’m gonna make you click at the bottom of the text to read the rest on Forces Of Geek. Thanks so much to all of my readers, commenters and new blog pals who helped give me the confidence to submit to them in the first place, hoping they would take a chance on me.
A big huge shout of thanks to my pal Calahan at B.L.O.G. for opening my eyes to FOG in the first place, and encouraging me and wasting his time reading and critiquing my craptacular submissions.
Last night was the premiere of the new season of Being Human on the SyFi Channel. I love this show. And I mean love. This is one of the few shows that we watch in our home before the DVR has finished taping it. We actually watch it in real-time, even though we can’t fast forward through the commercials.
I think the concept is great and I love the characters. Of course they take a lot of liberties with the traditional folklore surrounding our beloved supernatural creatures, like vamps walking the streets in broad daylight, but an explanation was given for that early on and frankly, I don’t even care. The basis of the show, combined with the great execution of each episode makes me continue to come back for more.
When last season left off, Sally the ghost was in Limbo, Aiden the vampire had been buried alive as punishment, and Josh and Nora our werewolf love birds were in the woods in a fight for their lives with Ray, the hillbilly sire werewolf.
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