Have I talked about Moulin Rouge on here before? Maybe? Probably. So I’m sorry if you’re sick of it, but it’s my very favorite movie. It has been for 17 years. Here are just a few reasons that I love it… The music. As a 12 year old, a lot of these songs were new to me. As an adult, they are songs that I recognize are some of the greatest ever written. I could listen to the soundtrack over and over again and not get sick of it. The actors. What a phenomenal cast. From the leads (how dreamy was Ewan McGregor?) to theRead More →

Hello fellow bloggers! After an unexpectedly long summer hiatus, I am back! And better than ever. Even dealing with a heat wave and no AC. I’ll be back with real blogs next week, so what topics would you like to see? And how was your summer?Read More →

So this is going to be my last blog for a few weeks (I’ll be back). I’m leaving for vacation in a week, and things are going to be hectic. Feel free to follow me over on Twitter (@edohertyauthor) for all of the vacation fun. Where am I going, you ask? DISNEY WORLD. It’s pretty much my favorite place, and I am insanely excited. So for today’s blog, I thought that I would rank my five favorite Disney stage musicals.  For the record, I love them all. But these ones hold special places in my heart. (NOTE: I have NOT seen all of these onRead More →

Happy belated Independence Day to my American followers! And happy Tuesday to those who are not American. In honor of my favorite holiday, I thought I’d share with you a few of my favorite places in the USA. Maybe later we’ll talk my favorite places in Europe.Read More →

I’m going to do something a little bit different this week. My RWA chapter and I have made a book bingo of romance books and tropes to expand our reading in our genre. So I thought that today I would share the books I’ve read for the bingo recently, as well as what categories they would fit under…Read More →

Dear readers, I need your help. I’m currently brainstorming future blogs and novels. As you could probably figure out from this blog, I am a big Broadway fan. In fact, my first series, which will be out later this year, centers around people who work on Broadway. I’m also looking forward to doing more Broadway dreamcasts. So, for these future projects, I have a question for you. Would you rather see a hypothetical musical/dreamcast about: 1) The Kennedy family and their trials and tribulations 2) Expatriate writers in Paris in the 1920s (Hemingway, Stein, the Fitzgeralds, etc.) Comment below with what you’d like to see.Read More →