Watch Nikki, Georgia Beers and Melissa Brayden discuss three special movies while drinking delicious cocktails. Today’s theme features films where the locations not only serve as a backdrop, but are integral to the plot of the film. We chose Mystic Pizza, Dangerous Beauty and Frances Ha for this go ’round, but I get the feeling this could be another show that can have multiple sequels.
Anyone that comments during the show at the Google Plus page or here are entered to win a free dvd/blu ray of the movies discussed. Speaking of free movies, we want to congratulate Cheryl Hanson for winning a free movie from last month’s show! We will be contacting you soon to find out which you want out of the following: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Valley of the Dolls or Taxi Driver. If you listened to the show, you know which one we would pick…
Again, thanks so much for watching and listening. We really couldn’t do this without our fantastic fans!
Hey gals and pals, Andi Marquette and I convened for our annual check in. As usual, Andi is busier than a one-armed paper hanger, but took some time out of her crazy schedule to share the haps with us. Have a listen, and hope you enjoy the show.
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Andy and I decided that we needed a little “us” time so we’re going to chat about Robert McCammon’s spy/wolf-shifter novel, The Wolf’s Hour. We also discussed Swan Song in a little detail. After that, we chatted about several others including Stinger, Boy’s Life, and The Night Boat.
We gave away a copy of any McCammon book during the live recording but if you’d like to win a Cocktail Hour pint glass from our Cafe Press store, leave a comment below answering the question we asked toward the end of the show. All answers received no later than September 5th will be eligible to win.
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Andy and I are always happy to chat with Melissa Brayden. I mean, who doesn’t? She’s witty and smart and that shines through in her new book, Kiss the Girl. We did spent most of this short chat talking about other people’s books but it was a lot of fun and you should listen and check out some of these books. AFTER you read Kiss the Girl, of course.
If you’d like to win a copy of Kiss the Girl, leave a comment letting us know what your favorite advertising campaign is from television, radio, print, whatever. Post your comments no later than September 5th to be eligible.
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