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Iron Man 3: My Thoughts

Hello, everyone!

Today I will be talking about Iron Man 3, which releases on May 3rd!

If you do not want spoilers this is for you:

The movie starts very fast and we move into it very fast as we discover what is what, who is who and where they come from. There are a lot of slow scenes but the few good ones that are there do make up for the time lost.

Basically what the movie is about is this bad guy (Killian) who is kind of taking revenge on Tony for something of the past. Killian has this evil project that makes people into burning people. Somehow they are lava people. He even breathes fire on one occasion. (Spoiler?) This is called the Extremis. Of course, if someone’s body doesn’t respond well to it, it heats up to 3,000 Celsius and explodes! BANG! Fire everywhere.

We know from the trailer that Tony’s mansion is destroyed, this comes after some threats. I loved that scene! Potts, (his girlfriend) gets to do some kick-ass things! Which I loved. She doesn’t just wait to be rescued.

Then …

Stages of Grace by Carey Heywood: Interview

Hello, everyone! Welcome. Please, find a seat and prepare to meet someone amazing.
I had the opportunity to interview Carey Heywood today as part of the blog tour for her new book: 'Stages of Grace'

She lives in Richmond Va with her husband, three children and nine pound attack Yorkie. Unabashedly silly, she spends her free time bonding with candy loving strangers on Twitter. (I love chocolate, so, yes, *ahem* add me to the list.) Right now she is probably eating Swedish fish. (And didn't invite us.)

Welcome to my humble blog, Carey!
-I was into the book from chapter! Because I know someone who is going through the same thing Grace, the main character in your book, went through. With that said, you must have experienced a bit of Denial to write so vividly about it; or have done a hell of a lot of research. Keeping that in mind, why write this book? What was the reason under the need to write?
I wrote this book because I could not get the idea of the pain that comes from living wi…