The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The first novel of an amazing trilogy. Don't be turned off by that whole YA thing...READ THESE BOOKS.
Hood by Stephen R. Lawhead. The first novel in a trilogy that retells the Robin Hood legend. The writing in this book (and the two that follow it) is so damn beautiful. This ain't your Errol Flynn Robin Hood (nor your Mel Brooks either). I love the second book in the series, Scarlet, even more. READ THESE BOOKS TOO.
Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling. I couldn't talk about H books without mentioning the Harry Potter series. You shouldn't have expected me to try.
Heat- a 1995 film starring Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Val Kilmer. Al plays a cop trying to bring down a crew headed up by De Niro. Heavy on the action, heavy on the awesome.
Hurt Locker- A 2008 movie starring Jeremy Renner. This movie is so suspenseful I don't think I breathed during three quarters of it.
Harry Potter- I couldn't talk about H movies without mentioning Harry Potter. You shouldn't have expected me to try. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part Two out in JULY!!!
House- You know they'll never get the medical stuff right until the end of the show so I don't watch for the medical mystery. Instead I'm in it for a healthy dose of snark, sarcasm and dysfunction. And the music. They really do feature some gorgeous music on that show. Speaking of music, did you see the recent musical episode? Loved. It.
How I Met Your Mother- This show just keeps rocking my world. Slap Bet, Robin Sparkles (anything featuring Robin Sparkles!), the one with the blizzard, the one where Ted buys a house... the one where Marshall's father dies (heartbreak, so so heartbreaking), the one where John Lithgow shows up as Barney's father... I kind of don't care if we ever find out who the mother is because that'll mean this show has come to an end.
Here are two of my all-time favorite songs:
Heavy In Your Arms by Florence + The Machine
Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley
In the comments, I invite you to tell me some of your favorite H things...Have a great weekend, everyone. Thanks for stopping by.