In addition to exploring highly pertinent issues that most teen shows have failed to do so sensitively, Glee has created a completely new genre of television. The musical numbers are inspiring, the dialogue is wittier than in most sitcoms, and the touching moments are captured beautifully. Glee is a truly original creation and deserves all the accolades it has been receiving. Television hasn't seen a group of gifted young actors of this calibre in years, and it is exciting to watch them become rising stars. This is a perfect collection for ANY lover of musicals!


It's spring !

Honey, it's spring : Time to dress off !


Always Faithful

Major Caldwell, (Nic) is sent back Stateside from Iraq to a Marine Base in California after she is badly injured in a helicopter crash. She slowly recovers and when she is back on her feet, is given the job as an `inform' on base. Her new job is to inform the families of serving personnel of their loved ones death. One of her informs is Claire Monroe, the wife of an acquaintance of hers, Mike. Claire and Mike had a young daughter and Nic rather took a shine to her. It makes Nic look back over her life and see all of what she has missed over the years by serving her country. She would never be able to have a family all the time she stays in the military. Claire Monroe has lost her husband, but is now seeing a part of herself she hasn't seen in years. She is torn between remaining respectful to her husbands memory and being who she wants to be. Major Nic Caldwell is in a turmoil. She has feelings that she can't possibly act upon. There is her career to consider. Plus Claire is straight, isn't she?

I so enjoyed this book. I just couldn't put it down. Just one minor complaint, I would have liked it to be longer. I just couldn't get enough, I wanted much more.

I want... Games.

Do you want to play with me?


Purple Panties

Doesn't matter what the color, all undergarments come off just as easily in PURPLE PANTIES, the newest book from renowned erotica writer Zane, author of best-selling books Addicted and Chocolate Flava. This time, she focuses her view strictly on the ladies in this anthology of 26 lesbian tales of passion.
One of the highlights of Purple Panties is women discovering the delights of the female sex for the first time. This is portrayed in stories such as "The Finest Man," wherein a feminine security guard is tantalized by the masculine individual at her workplace, even after realizing he's really a she. Syreeta then ponders what her attraction to the stud says about herself, because she's ready to give it up - no matter what the gender.
As expected, Purple Panties has the no-holds barred escapades that blaze with undeniable chemistry. That's provided courtesy of "The Purple Panty Revue," as Jay meets the faceless neighbor that's haunted her fantasies for the past few weeks; the surprise is where they finally encounter one another - and what happens next.

Purple Panties proves more than provocative, worthy of getting your underwear damp. The only objection is that some stories seem to stop abruptly, and I was left wanting more. Yet I love the fact Zane is bringing lesbian literature to a mainstream black audience; in fact, she's planning to publish a sequel to Panties early next year. And I, for one, will be happily waiting - because Zane always knows how to put it down.

Force Unleashed

I began the game as darth vader on a misson on the wookie planet: to kill the remaining Jedi. after a duel between the Unnamed jedi and vader the jedi suffers his fate.when vader saves his son the young boy becomes the apprentace of vader. the game follows the story of the boy till his end. there is a good storyline to this game along with a twist at the end. the grapics of the game are good for the ds about that of Iron man or guitair hero. the gameplay is good with ever changeing combonation moves you unlock and new enimys in every level this game is a top in my collection. i would not reccomend this game for young kids because of the gameplay it sis all touch screen and it is hard to master.the T rateing is not needed the violence is not very intence you mainly fight aliens and plant creatures, the only people you fight is the storm troopers and lets be honest the needed to be beat up and taught a lesson! this game is a top buy may the force be with you.


Blonde !

Nooooo JL blonde? that's cannot be possible in this world!!! So, anxious me who faking a worried blogger-boy, it's right, I'm not truly blonde, but it's cool to watch judging eyes on me in the street. In fact, that's for a the tv! Nope, I'm not in the next CSI, no, not in the next Fringe (Oliviaaaaa, be my girl!!!), just for a little spot, so, first stage to celebrity! lol!


A God Somewhere, by John Arcudi & Peter Snejbjerg

A God Somewhere uses the comics medium to offer a fresh take on a tale of power corrupting absolutely. It wisely uses its origins to bring race into the conversation. And ultimately, as Mike Mignola suggests on the paperback's cover, brings readers one of the most "human" superhero stories in the medium. From start to finish, it is gripping, and while it has debuted with less attention than it deserves, will undoubtedly find a spot among some of the great graphic novels of this age.

Wanted : A cool guy.

Single again! Another not-so-cool guy with hate for animals, so, not for me!
Who want to sleep with me? I'm a poor little girl in need of human warmth...

Blacksad, by Juan Diaz Canales & Juanjo Guarnido

Private investigator John Blacksad is up to his feline ears in mystery, digging into the backstories behind murders, child abductions, and nuclear secrets. Guarnido's sumptuously painted pages and rich cinematic style bring the world of 1950s America to vibrant life, with Canales weaving in fascinating tales of conspiracy, racial tension, and the "red scare" Communist witch hunts of the time. Guarnido reinvents anthropomorphism in these pages, and industry colleagues no less than Will Eisner, Jim Steranko, and Tim Sale are fans! Whether John Blacksad is falling for dangerous women or getting beaten to within an inch of his life, his stories are, simply put, unforgettable.

This book is wonderful in every way. If you love a great story, distinct characters and absolutely gorgeous artwork, you will love Blacksad. It's definitely one of a kind. (The content is not for the little ones).


Super (and sexy) SchoolGirl! Stop da bus!


The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet

The story begins in the year 1799, and most of the action takes place on the man-made island of Dejima in Nagasaki, Japan. This is the farthest outpost of the Dutch East Indies Company and foreigners are kept restricted to the island. It's the only contact point between Japan and the West.
This epic tale starts out dramatically with a young midwife helping a Japananese magistrate's concubine with a difficult birth. The midwife is named Orito Aibagawa, and she has a disfiguring scar on one side of her face. With the support of her father she begins to study medicine under the tutelage of the brilliant Doctor Marinus. After this dramatic opening, we are introduced to Jacob de Zoet, a young Dutch clerk who has just arrived in Dejima. Jacob is hoping to work for 5 years and make enough money to go home and marry his fiancee. He stands out not simply because he is so virtuous and decent, but also because of the color of his hair - bright red. Jacob will learn that his fellow merchants, supervisors and Japanese translators are not always to be trusted, and that things are not always as they appear.
Other important characters in this novel include Ogawa Uzaemon, an honorable young translator who faces a difficult moral dilemma. We meet high-ranking Japanese officials including Magistrate Shiroyama and the malevalent Lord Abbot Enomoto. In fact there is a huge cast of characters, many with their own fascinating backstories. And did I mention a thieving monkey named William Pitt?

This book is wonderful on so many levels. It succeeds as a rousing old-fashioned adventure tale with nail-biting scenes taking place on both land and at sea. It's also an amazing historical where we really are transported back in time and place and learn about Japanese custom and their relationship with the West. And it works as a romance novel, where we find ourselves rooting for both the safety of our protagonists and for their finding happiness and love. But this is a David Mitchell novel, so we really don't know if that is going to happen, and there is palpable sense of anxiety and dread as we read further and further on in this magnificent story.
Like this author's previous novel, Cloud Atlas, it took me a while to get hooked. In fact, it took me quite a while. There are a lot of names to remember and it can get tough trying to keep everyone all sorted out. But by the second section (the book is divided into 5 parts), I could not put it down. In fact I am writing this review at 3am because I was simply unable to stop reading.

Great summer time comin' !

Wow! To warmy for my little skin! I'm hot and wanna be the beach, the waves and the nice builded men all around me and my shorty skirt! Hope you live that, so, I comin'!!!


The Homeplace by Gilbert Morris

Lanie took out her journal and dated it April 12, 1928. She started the habit of writing down everything that happened to her when she was no more than eight years old, and now she had six journals completely full. She thought about the prize at school, almost prayed to win, but somehow she could not. "God," she finally said, "I'll do my best, and if you'll help me, that's all I ask."Fourteen-year-old Lanie Belle Freeman of Fairhope, Arkansas, has high hopes for her future. Happy on the five-acre family homeplace, she dreams of going to college and becoming a writer. And with her father launching a new business and her mother expecting the fifth baby, the bright days of an early Southern spring seem to herald expansive new beginnings for the Freeman family.But her mother isn't as strong as she should be, and it's going to take time for the business to pay back the mortgage. When unexpected tragedy strikes, it is left to Lanie to keep the family together and hold on to their home. In a world shaken by the Great Depression, it is faith in God and love in a tightly knit family that will help Lanie and her siblings overcome the odds and create a future that promises the fulfillment of love.The Homeplace offers a warmhearted and inspiring saga of a courageous young woman who holds her family together through the Depression era.

The book is very inspiring and shows the strength of a very young woman during the Great Depression to hold her family together. She overcomes the odds many times and always gives God the credit for bringing her family through. Very well written.

Hey! You like it?

Hello boys and girls! I'm almost in love, at least I met a man who does not drink, do not swear, makes me incredibly well and often sex, makes me laugh, makes me full of chills and makes me happy all day! Love?? don't know, but I'll try!


Sometimes I feel...

Sometime I feel like a Hollywood starlet! Hi buddies! I hope you're okay in your life, I hope you met all the good persons and work hard for week end of pleasures and decadence! Luv you all!

The Girl Who Chased the Moon

The Girl Who Chased The Moon is a "sweet" book. It is a light and quick read with a magical touch, just as Ms. Allen's other books. I enjoyed reading this book, and looked forward to it, but in the end, I don't think I got much out of it. I dreaded writing this review because I really loved her first novel, Garden Spells. But, after thinking about it long and hard, I am just a different reader now than I was then. This was a nice story, but for most of it I felt like I was reading an episode of Wizards of Waverly Place. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but I don't think I am the target audience. This would make a great young adult read (although there is some romantic scenes in there towards the end). I know that this is a wishy washy review..... I liked it but I didn't love it, even though I felt I should love it and I wanted to love it. However, I would recommend it to those of you who want a light and sweet, feel-good read.


Winter is here...

So, keep the warmth in your home... Huuuuuum, a hot bedroom with musked incense, candles and a man under the sheet... I passed my winter like that! So, I hope you to my friends!

Unfinished Desires by Gail Godwin

As Mother Suzanne Ravenel begins a memoir of her 60-plus years at Mount St. Gabriel's School in Mountain City, N.C., she's forced to re-examine the toxic year of 1951–1952, one of her worst at the school—beginning with the arrival of ninth-grade student Chloe Starnes, who's recently lost her mother, and Mother Malloy, a beautiful young nun assigned to the freshman class. Starnes and Malloy's arrivals presage a shift in the ranks of freshman Tildy Stratton's cruel clique, with significant consequences for all involved. Change, when it finally comes, stems from the girls' attempt to revive a play written years before by Ravenel.

This is a mature, adult book about adolescent girl behavior. Not since Margaret Atwood's Cat's Eye have I read such a powerful novel about teenage feminine conformity, coercion, betrayal, jealousy, secrets, and love. Godwin creates a labyrinth that begins with a simple layer and gradually builds to a complex and knotted snare. I was pulled in from the opening pages as this rich, multi-generational tapestry is woven as if from the loom. The book never loses steam, and the lyrical rhythm amplifies as the story builds. Godwin designed an absolutely beautiful brocade of a book. She sublimely and organically explores the conscious, unconscious, and subconscious layers of the human mind and all its dark and light attributes while she braids a tale of intrigue, desire, and loss from the fabric of memory.

The Swan Thieves, by Elizabeth Kostova

Psychiatrist Andrew Marlowe, devoted to his profession and the painting hobby he loves, has a solitary but ordered life. When renowned painter Robert Oliver attacks a canvas in the National Gallery of Art and becomes his patient, Marlow finds that order destroyed. Desperate to understand the secret that torments the genius, he embarks on a journey that leads him into the lives of the women closest to Oliver and a tragedy at the heart of French Impressionism.

I loved The Historian, so when I found out that Elizabeth Kostova's next book was soon to be released, I went into complete covet mode. The Swan Thieves is easily my most anticipated book of 2010.
The figure of Oliver towers god-like in the book, enigmatic and mysterious, known only to the reader through the narratives of the women who have loved him and Marlowe's observations. His talent makes him seem like the Zeus of the story, and his muse, a mysterious, beautiful dark-haired woman he keeps drawing and painting - but whom he has never met. The other main story is that of this dark-haired woman with whom Oliver is obsessed; she is Beatrice de Cherval, who lived in France during the time of the Impressionists. An artist of prodigious talent herself, she abruptly stopped painting without explanation. This mystery, as well as that of her doomed love affair, is unraveled slowly and tantalizingly over the course of the book.


Behind the myth ...

Some of you wrote me because they look me as a perfect woman, a true beauty. Sorry people, 'm just an ordinary girl with make up and a not so good skin! But thank you for all of your messages, it's loving balm for my ego and my heart, I hope you loving this new shots, without make up and light, just your Jada who loves you.

The Jada eyes (of the tiger!)

Happy to see you aain people! Christmas passed and we are always here!
I hope you feel good!


In the heat of the light

In the heat, I feel the warmth light of your desire...

Zoe and Jada by EPOK

Z & J, by a friend of us, Epok, a great master of light and a good and respectful artist and man. Kiss from our lesbian warmy universe, friend of us.

Encyclopedia of Pasta by Oretta Zanini De Vita

Spaghetti, gnocchi, tagliatellea, ravioli, vincisgrassi, strascinati--pasta in its myriad forms has been a staple of the Mediterranean diet longer than bread. This beautiful volume is the first book to provide a complete history of pasta in Italy, telling its long story via the extravagant variety of shapes it takes and the even greater abundance of names by which it is known. Food scholar Oretta Zanini De Vita traveled to every corner of her native Italy, recording oral histories, delving into long-forgotten family cookbooks, and searching obscure archives to produce this rich and uniquely personal compendium of historical and geographical information. For each entry she includes the primary ingredients, preparation techniques, variant names for the same pasta, and the locality where it is made and eaten. Along the way, Zanini De Vita debunks such culinary myths as Marco Polo's supposed role in pasta's story even as she serves up a feast of new information. Encyclopedia of Pasta, illustrated throughout with original drawings by Luciana Marini, will be the standard reference on one of the world's favorite foods for many years to come, engaging and delighting both general readers and food professionals.
If you ever wanted to know the complex and rigid Italian rules for the mating or sauce and pasta,this is your book. If you wondered about the Arab contribution to noodle cuisine (ravioli, among others), this is your book. If you ever wanted to know the ingredients of different pastas, this is your book. If you are interested in unique and highly specific pasta making tools, this is your book. If you want to amaze your friends with your esoteric knowledge, this is your book. Or if you simply want to curl up with a fascinating compendium about your favorite food, this is your book. Reading it also made me feel very hungry.


New shot by LO

New shot by my sexiest photographer, LO. Great ambiance, with not so important retouching lights. I like this shots. And you, friend?


Nicotine, by LO

Another great artwork from LO, my sweet and so sexy woman I love. I dream of a naked session, with her. xOxO.

Mastering The Art of French Cooking

For anyone who wants to learn more about French cooking, or about cooking in general, this book is such a joy! Julia Child's personality permeates the book while at the same time she presents techniques & recipes with the highest degree of professionalism.You'll learn something from each & every page & you'll enjoy doing it!


Don't worry guys!!!

"Ow, she's a lesbian! she kissed girls! and more horribly than that, she's tattooed! Yaaark! Jesus, burn this witch!!!" Hey hey hey... calm down young integrist of the Christ, I'm not a lesbian, I love life, dance, cooking, kissing everyone and so, I love the softness of women's lips, the high lips and the down... No no no, don't burn me faking christian, I'm a provoking girl! So, I love those who loved me, men and women, it's my way of life. So, if I met you again in this house of lucifer (the Domino's... yes, I didn't know it was a house of Lucifer, but it's a man who know how to receive pretty well!), I burn you with my shaved pussy!

Meeting with... Levi

Sometimes, photographers with huge talent (and most often, huge ego), contact me for shots. I don't wanna be a model, with the stressing life and, you know, all the nasty things around that job, so frequently, I say no. But sometime, I accept, because the artist is a friend or is pretty cool, and for that one, it's only to be with my loving friend Levi. She's very important in my life, because she teach me love, when my heart was cold. It was a great shooting session!