So here it is my list of my favorite things from the 1990's. Enjoy!
The movie Mermaids was released, this may be one of my most loved movies of the nineties. Starring Cher and Winona Ryder it has a great cast and it actually deals with issues which a lot of movies today don't.
My favorite thing from 1991 was the release of Nirvana's Nevermind. This album continues to be one of my staples for listening to and without it so much of the music I know and love today just wouldn't exist.
So, being Canadian and all my 1992 is naturally devoted to the Toronto Blue Jays winning the World Series. This was a huge deal being that there were so many firsts involved in it, first world series game played outside the United States, first non American team to win the world series.
Then they did it again. GO JAYS GO! Seriously, living in Toronto in the early '90's you would have thought people around here liked baseball or something. (not saying that we don&…
Author: Aven Ellis
Narrator: Andrea Emmes
Length: 10 hours and 1 minute
Series: Modern Royals, Book 1
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Released: Aug. 14, 2018
Genre: Romantic Comedy
When art-history student Clementine Jones receives a message complimenting her latest internship project, she doesn't hesitate to answer it. She never dreamed this decision would not only change her life, but the future of the British monarchy as well.
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Clementine, however, has no idea CP is actually Prince Christian of Wales, who has never had a "normal" life. Christian is at a crossroad. His destiny is to be a wo…
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