Saturday, October 27, 2012

E-GAD! E-BOOK NeverWorld!

It's been far too long...

but NEVER too late.

Peter Pan's NeverWorld
is finally available as an e-book!

So if you've been waiting, Pan's at the window.
If you're already a fan, be sure to let your electronic-book-reading friends know they can visit Peter again, too.

Happy e-reading!

Amazon Kindle
Barnes & Noble Nook  

Monday, October 8, 2012

Hooked on "Jeopardy!"

See? Jeopardy! loves Barrie.
Again and again.

Though this time around the "question" is correctly "Who is Captain Hook?" and this is notable since, oddly, he's not a commonplace occurrence in these all too common occurrences.

Also, about this entry, just a Jeopardy!-esque nit-pick.

It should read "Peter and Wendy" not "Peter Pan" since it says literature.  When I think of Literature, I think books.  A play is fiction as well, but it falls under the Theatre category.  There may be no distinction here but my own, and it certainly doesn't belittle or inflate the issue either way.  Especially since Jeopardy! could in fact be referring to any of the myriad of publications of the well know tale under the title "Peter Pan."

Oh well... until Pan and Barrie fly into the little blue rectangles again...

Sunday, October 7, 2012

No Question About "Jeopady!" Anymore...

Once again Barrie has shown up on Jeopardy!

Interesting category for it.  What it refers to (as Alex Trebek explained) is the leading man in Kate Winslet movies.  They were asking for the name of the movie.

"What is Finding Neverland"? is the question of course.
I'll not mention the lack of his moustache and how it makes no sense at all.

I say "No Question" in the title there, but there is certainly room for coincidence or over-sensitive noticing of Barrie and his famed creations showing up.

What are the other appearances?