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TTG and I just came back from seeing Transformers The Movie. I can’t tell you how much I loved this film. The best this year as far as I’m concerned.

I used to watch Transformers as a kid, and watching this movie gave me such glorious back-in-the-day chills. The special effects were A-Mazing. No lie. Tyrese Gibson was hot as per usual. Damn I love that man like a fat kid loves cake.

The Autobots were fabulous, Megatron was evil incarnate, and the rest of the Decepticons were fantastic to watch. Wasn’t Bumblebee cute? And I’m sure I wasn’t the only one who felt gutted when he got hurt.

This movie rocked so much, that I’ll be getting it on DVD once it comes out. Who says these films are just for kids? *Happy Sigh.*

Oooh, somehow with all the madness over the past couple of weeks, I managed to miss the fact that Harlequin’s erotic Spice Briefs line is up and running.

Spice Briefs cost just $2.99, and the wordcount is generally between 5k and 15k words. There’s a $0.99 special offer on the books until 15th August, so go buy!

When I was over there, I noticed that Sarah McCarty’s Letting Go was the top seller so far. Fabulous.

Somehow, it also managed to escape my notice that Eharlequin are now offering e-books for all their lines. Anyway, I immediately went and ordered Sarah McCarty’s, Letting Go, and Jessica Bird’s, The Billionaire Next Door. I must say though, I’m most annoyed that the text-to-speech functionality isn’t operational on their Lit books. One of the great things about MS Reader, is having the option of being read aloud to. I hate that publisher exclusive downloads excludes this function. Dammit.

By the way, am I the only person who struggles to remember romance heroes and heroine names, after reading a book? I was packing up some of the books on my keeper shelf this morning, and I found that I couldn’t remember half the character’s names, and these were books I loved! Sheesh…