Suffering from a severe case of post-partum depression, Chelsea imagines any number of ways to get rid of baby Annabelle. However when Annabelle goes missing, Chelsea seems to snap out of it and wants nothing more than having her little baby back in her arms.
Monthly Archives: December 2012
This is the second of Harry Turtledove’s (good name for the season!) “what if” fictions imagining what the US of A (as he calls it) might be like if a supervolcano exploded in, and took out, Yellowstone National Park. Scarily, it seems too true in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, which, comparatively, should not be called “super.”
Cute! (But I think I can stop reading novels that have cameras/photography in them for awhile… not that I’ve focused on this theme on purpose.) So Jason Priestley (no, not that Jason Priestley, as he’ll be the first to say) helps a package-laden girl into a cab and one item that she wasn’t able to juggle is a disposable camera. Jason discovers it (once a “meaningful” look is exchanged and) the cab pulls off. That is all the information he has to try to reconnect with her.