Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries are one of my favorite television shows to watch. I am a huge fan. However, many fans do not know that this beloved series started as a book series by Kerry Greenwood. I was able to previously review Queen of the Flowers to vote between book and the show. Now, I am picking up another book from the series, and once again voting on which version is better. So here is Murder in Montparnasse: Book vs. Show, Round 2!
Avatar: The Last Airbender has recently been added to Netflix and I couldn’t be more excited. This program was a show I watched when I was young. My friends and I were obsessed. The show had us hooked from episode one, and it wasn’t just for the cool powers.
Ready for an adventure but can’t leave your couch? I may just have the solution for you. May I present One Piece.
One of my favorite television shows has been off the air for several years, but thanks to the box collection of the seasons I can watch it anytime. Based off the current lack of new entertainment, a finished show that is amazing is better than rewatching old episodes on the air. This amazing show is Burn Notice, which you can find on Amazon Prime.
What would you do if you met the Devil in the city of Los Angeles?
What would he look like?
What would you do?
Don’t worry you may get to meet him in Netflix’s Lucifer.
I am a major fan of Hayao Miyazaki (Japanese filmmaker). He builds these wonderful worlds of magic, fantasy, and whimsy. He reflects a representation of life onto the animated characters that becomes close to a representation of reality. He has created many notable movies and gain awards around the world. His fanbase stretches over the globe and are made up of people from different walks of life. I love his work, but my most favorite creation he has done is Howl’s Moving Castle.
One of the first Broadway plays that I watched in New York was the ever popular and famous Wicked about 5 years ago. If you are not familiar with the story, then you are missing out. Wicked is a unique take on the story from Wizard of Oz. The story of what happened before Dorthy dropped in.
This fictional show takes place deep in the heart of modern Tokyo. The diner is located off a quiet road from the hustle of city goers heading home with a traditional look on the inside and outside. Here in this little diner made up of a counter bar with stools along the edges. The owner runs the restaurant by making anything his customers ask as long as he has the ingredients. His colorful customers have a variety of dishes that they ask for, and each a different reason why they do it.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I decided to cover a beloved romance series that I have read but now I can say I have watched as well. The romance series that I am discussing is the Outlander series. (If you remember I had covered the book in an earlier post, Outlander: Take off the shelf or beloved series?) Thanks to Netflix, I have watched all the latest episodes of Outlander, the TV series, and can now compare the show to the book.
Love can come when you least expect.
It may make you cry or laugh.
Love can open doors.
It can help you move on.
Love is powerful, and maybe that is why romance books are so popular. If you love romance books, might I suggest The Lucky Dog Matchmaking Service by Beth Kendrick.