Category Archives: RieViews

1/5/11 — RieView: Through the Eyes of Your Teens — 3 Stars

Latiece’s Through the Eyes of Your Teens: A Collection of Poems is a nice collection of poetry dealing with subjects all teens have to consider growing up — fitting in, sex, parenthood, suicide. Of course, not all teens FACE all … Continue reading

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1/3/11 — RieView: Lost

I have to say right off the bat that I never watched Lost: The Complete Collection in its initial run. I also have to say, thank God for Netflix that let me watch it in a relatively compacted length of … Continue reading

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1/2/11 — RieView: The Alienist — 5 Stars

I’ll be doing a lot of RieViews for awhile, as I have a lot to opine about. 😉 The Alienist by Caleb Carr has been out for a few years, but I just had a chance to read it. I … Continue reading

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RieView: "I Wandered From New Orleans" — 5 Stars

Tracy Conway’s I Wandered From New Orleans: Poems from the South is a well-crafted book, very professional in design, and an impressive size for a volume of poetry. When I started to read the poems, I was taken to a … Continue reading

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RieView: “Living Færie: Looking for the Green Man” — 4 Stars

I have been trading poetry books with several poets on the Amazon Poetry Forum. Here is the first review I posted on Amazon as a result: John A. Mills’ poetry in Living Færie: Looking for the Green Man is a … Continue reading

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RieView: Jekyll

I had heard a great deal about Jekyll(6 episodes on BBC in 2007) but had never seen it. Now that I have the glory that is Netflix Instant Queue, I decided to indulge my curiosity and give it a look. … Continue reading

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RieView: Seeing RED

Ever since we saw the first trailers for RED with Bruce Willis, we’ve anticipated going to see it. And from the first, we agreed it was a Drafthouse movie. Some things just are… It was everything I expected it to … Continue reading

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