Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Enter to #WIN The Deep Graphic Novels for Kids! New Series Now Streaming on Netlfix #Giveaway

"The Deep" exists, first-and-foremost, because I'm a comics fan,” says Tom Taylor.  “I developed this love of comics when I was young and I desperately wanted my own children to develop this too. However, most comics aren't geared toward, or attractive to, children. So, I wanted to create something I could share with my kids, something truly all ages, which would appeal to everyone. The Deep is something I hope all parents can enjoy WITH their children.”    

"The Deep follows the adventures of the Nekton family—a brilliant team of underwater explorers.  There’s 12-year-old Antaeus (Ant); his analytical 15-year-old sister Fontaine, an astute navigator; and their parents Will, an oceanographer, and Kaiko, a marine biologist; and, of course… Ant’s pet fish!

Continuing a long family legacy, the Nektons live aboard a state-of-the-art submarine, the Aronnax, while exploring uncharted areas of the earth’s oceans to unravel the mysteries of the deep sea where most of our world lies unexplored and unexplained.

While others look up to the stars, this family knows that an infinite number of things shine brightly in the darkness below. The Deep is a place where sea monsters swim through sunken cities, pirates lurk amidst floating black markets, and where a mysterious group of Guardians hide long lost secrets.

The Deep is based on the graphic novels The Deep: Here Be Dragons (SRP: $11.95) and The Deep: The Vanishing Island (SRP: $11.95), authored by Taylor, illustrated by James Brouwer, and published by Gestalt Comics, each featuring 80 full-color pages that you can read with your children.  Both titles can be purchased at Last Gasp Books and Comics. Or check out The Deep web page at Australia based Gestalt Comics for more information and other digital purchases.

Technicolor is the underlying rights holder to The Deep, which is co-produced by Australia-based A Stark Production and Canada-based DHX Media."


I am excited to offer one lucky Inspired by Savannah reader the chance to win The Deep: Here Be Dragons and The Deep: The Vanishing Island graphic novels by Tom Taylor, to share with that special child(ren) in your life.

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Thursday, June 9, 2016

TOM AND JERRY: BACK TO OZ Arrives on DVD on 6/22 -- Enter to #Win 1 of 2 DVD Copies Now! #Giveaway


JUNE 21, 2016

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"Get set for another “oz-some” adventure with animation’s favorite tussling twosome, Tom and Jerry in Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s (WBHE) newest original film, Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz. Available in stores June 21, 2016, this entertaining family film follows everyone’s favorite cat and mouse as they return to the captivating Land of Oz for another exciting adventure with Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Lion and their companions. Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz will retail for $19.98 SRP.

Tap your heels together three times and prepare to journey over the rainbow once again, for another delightful adventure with the cantankerous cat and the mischievous mouse in Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz. The Wicked Witch of the West may have been defeated but it’s not long before a new villain emerges and threatens the magical Land of Oz! Only Tom and Jerry’s brilliant antics are clever enough to take on this new adversary.

When the Gnome King and his army surface from beneath Oz and capture the Good Witch, the wizard turns to Tom, Jerry and Dorothy for help.  He brings them back to Oz to help stop the evil monarch, who has threatened to take control of Emerald City. Having wreaked havoc throughout Oz, the Gnome King and his army need one thing to finalize their conquest – Dorothy’s ruby slippers! It’s up to Tom and Jerry to use their quick wits and clever schemes to save Oz. Dorothy’s cherished friends, the Lion, the Tin Man, the Scarecrow and her little dog Toto too, join in their valiant efforts. Will the Gnome King take over Emerald City or will Tom and Jerry’s hilarious high jinks save the day? The result is a rip-roaring, fun-filled, magical adventure Tom and Jerry fans won’t want to miss!

The Wizard of Oz and its beloved characters have captured the hearts of fans for generations. With this fun new film, viewers will be able to reconnect with everything they love about Oz but in a whole new story,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, Vice President Family & Animation Marketing. She added, “Tom and Jerry are loved by kids and adults alike. We’re delighted to release another beautifully animated film that features the hilarious adventures of these two beloved, iconic cartoon characters.”

Originally created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, Tom and Jerry emerged during Hollywood’s golden age of animation and became one of the most popular cartoon series in existence. The shorts focused on the never-ending rivalry between Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse. The plots of each short usually center on Tom’s attempts to capture Jerry. Jerry however, is clever and quick on his feet, thus ensuring that Tom hardly ever manages to catch him.

Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz is the second animated Tom and Jerry film based on the classic Wizard of Oz book series. The first film, Tom and Jerry & the Wizard of Oz, was released by WBHE in 2011. The Wizard of Oz is one of the most recognizable brands in family entertainment. Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer’s 1939 film adaptation starring Judy Garland not only became one of the best-known interpretations of the classic novel but also originated some of the most unforgettable music of all time. Additional films in the Tom and Jerry film series from WBHE include Tom & Jerry: Robin Hood and his Merry MouseTom and Jerry Meet Sherlock HolmesTom and Jerry: The Lost DragonTom and Jerry’s Giant Adventure and Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest."

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About Warner Bros. Animation
Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) is one of the leading producers of animation in the entertainment industry, producing and developing projects for multiple platforms, both domestically and internationally. WBA’s TV series include Be Cool Scooby-Doo!Bunnicula, Justice League Action, Teen Titans Go!The Tom and Jerry ShowWabbit – A Looney Tunes Production for Cartoon Network, Mike Tyson Mysteries for Adult Swim and the forthcoming Green Eggs and Ham for Netflix. As the home of the iconic animated characters from the DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera, MGM and Looney Tunes libraries, WBA also produces highly successful animated films — including the DC Universe Animated Original Movies — for DVD. One of the most-honored animation studios in history, WBA has won six Academy Awards®, 35 Emmy® Awards, the George Foster Peabody Award, an Environmental Media Award, a Parents’ Choice Award, the HUMANITAS Prize, two Prism Awards and 20 Annie Awards (honoring excellence in animation). 

Academy Award(s)® & Oscar(s)® are registered trademarks and service marks of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

About Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Inc.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) brings together Warner Bros. Entertainment's home video, digital distribution and interactive entertainment businesses in order to maximize current and next-generation distribution scenarios. An industry leader since its inception, WBHE oversees the global distribution of content through packaged goods (Blu-ray Disc™ and DVD) and digital media in the form of electronic sell-through and video-on-demand via cable, satellite, online and mobile channels, and is a significant developer and publisher for console and online video game titles worldwide. WBHE distributes its product through third party retail partners and licensees.


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The Reality of Evil -- There's No Way to Camouflage It

In Theaters This Friday!

Evil has been with us, and in our entertainment, since the dawn of time. First plays, now movies and TV shows, always have to have a bad guy – a corrupt cop, a supervillain bent on world domination, a violent criminal or murderer. In earlier, some would say simpler, times, the dark character in entertainment was clearly one audiences were meant to root against. It was easy, or at least easier, to know our heroes from our villains.

Today, though, it can be a little tougher. Far beyond the reluctant anti-hero, some of the characters we’re supposed to find admirable have qualities that just a generation ago would have firmly planted them in the bad-guy camp. From a sexy devil with charm and a heart (Fox’s hit series LUCIFER), to all variety of films (the TWILIGHT series) and TV shows (pretty much anything on The CW), characters who used to headline horror films – vampires, zombies, werewolves, witches – are now the stars we’re supposed to want to emulate.

That’s why it’s refreshing when a film like THE CONJURING 2, in theaters nationwide Friday, comes out. Like the first film, a big hit that took in $318 million at the U.S. box office alone, the sequel vividly portrays the nature of evil – as something destructive and ugly and to be defeated, not embraced. The “bad guy” in this case isn’t a guy – or gal – at all, but a demonic spirit that torments a British family and must be overcome by paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, reprising their roles from the original film).

The Warrens make sure the Hodgson family, the targets of the supernatural entity, understand it is a malevolent force out to destroy them. As a statement from the real Ed Warren stated at the end of the first film, the new one makes very clear that: “Diabolical forces are formidable. These forces are eternal, and they exist today. The fairy tale is true. The devil exists. God exists. And for us, as people, our very destiny hinges upon which one we elect to follow.”

A film like THE CONJURING 2, with its forthright depiction of spiritual evil, is a great opportunity to talk with friends about the true nature of the dark forces that inhabit our world. Here are a few questions to get that conversation going:

·        Do you believe in good and evil? In the spiritual realm? In the human realm?
·        If you do believe in evil, what do you believe is the source of it?
·        If you do believe in evil, how do you think it can be defeated?
·        What do you think about the trend in entertainment to make heroes out of characters that have traditionally been villainous?

·        Do you plan on seeing THE CONJURING 2? Why or why not?

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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Dump Truck Duck Book Blog Tour Stop -- Book Review, Author Q&A and Book #Giveway

Disclosure:  I was sent a review copy from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  All views shared are mine and mine alone.

Dump Truck Duck is Megan Bryant's first picture book, and Kirkus called it "a fine addition to the truck shelf," praising its "bouncy rhythms and catchy rhymes" that "will entrance truck-loving tots."

I have been helping out at my youngest daughter's preschool and pulling books from our bookshelf to share with the kids.  One book that my daughter picked to share with her friends was a new book that we received last week, and one that we have read over and over again over a dozen times, at bedtime and throughout the day.  Have you heard of "Dump Truck Duck" by Megan Bryant?  If you haven't and have a child who loves trucks, then you will want to pick up this cute book to share with them.

When it comes to trucks, you oftentimes think of boys being fans.  But, I have to say, my girls go crazy for trucks --- firetrucks, bulldozers, dump trucks, you name it.  The bigger, the better, my youngest says, when I ask which is her favorite. :-)

It took a matter of minutes from the time I opened up the package and put this book on the counter for my girls to ask me to sit down and read it to the.  And, when I did, they were all smiles from the cover to the last page.  They loved not only the story, but also the cute illustrations that showed the duck at work, turning a dirty lot into a beautiful park and playground.

In addition an easy flowing story, the author used playful rhymes that keep even the youngest of children entertained and engaged.  My daughter's preschool class has children in it that range from age 3 up to age 5 1/2.  Each and every child, both boys and girls, became instant fans of this book, as soon as I started to read it.  The girls loved the cute duck, and then found themselves falling in love trucks and rooting the duck on when his truck breaks down and he works to fix it. 

As I was reading this story, the kids would get excited when they heard me read.."But ducks can take it. Ducks are tough!" Each and every time they heard this, they would yell it back to me and give me their best duck face while flexing this muscles.  It was really cute, and made for a even more enjoyable read and story sharing time.

I have since brought this book home, and continue to share it with my girls, who show no signs of getting bored with it.  And, when I am not reading it to them, they are picking it off the shelf and flipping through the pages, telling each other their own rendition of the story based on the illustrations and what they remember me reading to them.  

So, if you are looking for a cute children's book that both boys and girls with love, then you will want to check out "Dump Truck Duck" today.  You will be glad you did! :-)

In addition to being able to review a copy of this cute children's book, I was also given the opportunity to interview the author, Megan Bryant, as well as have a copy of the book to giveaway to one lucky reader (read on to learn how to enter to win this book for that special child in your life)

Inspired by Savannah Author Q&A with Megan Bryant

Dump Truck Duck

o   Tell me about your book. How did you come up with that (story, angle, idea)?

Dump Truck Duck is a rhyming story about a crew of plucky ducks who use their tough trucks to reclaim an abandoned junk yard, transforming it into a beautiful park. When I was a little girl, I had a button collection, which I'd spend hours sorting and organizing. My daughter inherited my passion for buttons, and while we were sorting through our buttons one day, two particular buttons fell into my hand: a duck button and a dump truck button. The title Dump Truck Duck immediately popped into my mind, and I thought, That would be so funny—a bunch of ducks in hardhats, working at a construction site. I turned to my daughter, who was three years old then, and asked, “Would you like to read a book called Dump Truck Duck someday?” She nodded vigorously and said, “Mommy, go write that book. Go write that book right now!” Her enthusiasm told me that I was onto something.

o   How did you get interested in writing this particular genre?  

I've always wanted to write a jacketed hardcover picture book; I think I was just waiting for the right story to come along. I'm lucky to write for several age groups, all the way from board books for babies to novels for young adults. Picture books hold a very special place in my heart; I personally find them to be one of the most challenging formats to write, so I'm very proud of Dump Truck Duck for making it into the world!

o   Do you have any favorite authors or favorite books? 

My favorite books are the ones I call "friend books"--the kind that you can return to again and again, whether you're happy or sad, tired or troubled, and find comfort and reassurance. A very short list of some of my current "friend books" would include Waiting by Kevin Henkes, Kate DiCamillo's Because of Winn-Dixie and The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, L. M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables series, and anything by Madeleine L'Engle.

o   What's a typical working day like for you? When and where do you write? Do you set a daily writing goal? 

I have an office in my home, which is where I do the bulk of my writing. It's extremely important to me to have my own space for creative pursuits--a place where I can close the door on everyday life and fully immerse myself in the project at hand. I write almost every day, usually between 9 AM and 1 PM and again from 8 PM to 10 PM--though when I'm under deadline, I add an afternoon shift in there, too. Since I have young children, I'm very grateful for the flexibility I have with my schedule. When I'm writing a novel, my average word count is about 3,000 words per day--though that can range from 1,000 words if I'm just getting started on a new project to 6,000 words if I know exactly where the story's going. Those high word count days are exhilarating--sometimes I feel like I'm flying!

o   What is the hardest part of writing for you?

I find self-promotion to be really challenging. I'm shy by nature, and I was raised to be modest about my accomplishments and talents, so promoting my books doesn't always come easily to me. However, I feel strongly that it's an author's responsibility to do everything in her power to promote her book. A writer's job doesn't end when the manuscript is accepted; my publisher has worked so hard to make Dump Truck Duck the best book it can be, and as part of the team I want to do everything I can to spread the word! Even though it's a challenge, I appreciate that self-promotion gives me the opportunity to push myself beyond my comfort zone by setting up events, publicity, and promotional opportunities.

o   What’s the best thing about being an author

When there is a story locked away in your heart, it longs for freedom. It demands your attention, wakes you up in the night, becomes a constant nagging ache that pulls at you no matter what else you try to do. To not tell that story, to deny that urge, can be physically painful. Being an author means having the key to release that story and send it out into the wide world, where it always wanted to be.

o   What are you working on now?  

A whole bunch of exciting projects! I'm finishing revisions on my YA novel, Glow, which will be published next year, and I'm almost done with the first book in my new chapter book series, Pocket Genius, which also releases in 2017. In addition, I'm about halfway done drafting my first nonfiction picture book.

o   What advice would you give aspiring writers?

Dream small--really! There's so much about publishing that's out of an author's control--which agent will show interest in your query letter; whether or not an editor will like your manuscript; which journals will review it; what sort of conferences you'll be invited to speak at; and ultimately, how well your book will sell. Once I started setting goals that were within my power to meet--is this idea fully developed; is this manuscript the absolute best I can make it--I found so much more peace along the often bumpy and frustrating path to publication.

o   What question have you always wanted to be asked in an interview? How would you answer that question?

Well, no one has ever asked me if I’d like to be part of the first colony on the moon. The answer is absolutely, unequivocally YES—on one condition: that I get to come back to Earth after a few years. There’s way too much I love about our wonderful world to say good-bye to it forever, even for the chance to live in space!

And, here are other stops on the Dump Truck Duck Blog Tour which have happened in recent days, so that you can visit and see what other bloggers thought of this wonderful children's book from Megan Bryant...


Thanks to the author, Megan Bryant, one lucky reader will win a copy of her new release, "Dump Truck Duck", to share with that special child in their life.  To enter, please complete the entries on the Rafflecopter form below.  Good luck!

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More About the Author:

Megan E. Bryant is the author of more than 170 books for children. Her books Mythlopedia: Oh My Gods! and Mythlopedia: She's All That! were VOYA Honor Books. She lives in North Carolina.  

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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

The Conjuring 2 Official Movie and #Giveaway -- Prize Pack Includes FREE Movie Tickets and More (2 winners) #TheConjuring2

As promised, here is more about The Conjuring 2, including movie synopsis and the official trailer.  And, be sure to read on to learn how you can win 1 of 2 The Conjuring 2 prize packs, which includes FREE movie passes and more.

About the movie:

Like the previous film, THE CONJURING 2 revolves around the theme of God conquering evil, but also reminds us that we live in a world that makes “evil” look appealing. As Christians, we understand the biblical truths and dangers of the supernatural, but with an increasingly secular world that makes evil look attractive – in the form of sparkly vampires, even a “hot” Lucifer - we rarely discuss the many faces of evil, and the ways people - especially teens and young adults - may unintentionally open the door and themselves to the supernatural.
This sequel was written by Christians Chad and Carey Hayes.  It raises huge discussion opportunities on the nature of evil and the importance of faith. We’re happy to discuss various topics that could be weaved into a story for you including the value of faith and prayer, visions from God, parenting in these challenging times as well as the basic question of what is “evil” and how does that affects us.
"In 1977, paranormal investigators Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren come out of a self-imposed sabbatical to travel to Enfield, a borough in north London. There, they meet Peggy Hodgson, an overwhelmed single mother of four who tells the couple that something evil is in her home. Ed and Lorraine believe her story when the youngest daughter starts to show signs of demonic possession. As the Warrens try to help the besieged girl, they become the next target of the malicious spirits."
Here is the official trailer of The Conjuring 2, which arrives in theaters this Friday, June if you dare...

Don't forget to visit the official website to learn more about this soon to be box office hit, including clips from the movie and more.

And, as promised, my The Conjuring 2 giveaway...


I am so excited to offer this fun giveaway, as not only will two of my readers get movie swag (2 t-shirts, a drinking cup and leather-bound notebook), but each prize pack will also include two FREE movie passes for you to see The Conjuring 2 at a movie theater new year.  

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Monday, June 6, 2016

Tips on Talking to Your Child After They Have Watched A Scary Movie They Weren't Supposed To

**Come back tomorrow to see the trailer to THE CONJURING 2 and to enter to win 1 of 2 prize packs which will include free movie tickets and more**

With THE CONJURING 2 in theaters this Friday, it’s only natural to think about scary movies. For some of us, the thoughts are about avoiding them at all costs, but for others there’s excitement at thinking about getting a good scare from our theater seats.

But what about our kids? Especially at younger ages, they can be truly disturbed if they happen to see something onscreen that frightens them. It may not even be a well-made supernatural horror film like THE CONJURING 2 – certainly not for pre-teens – but could be something they see in one of their favorite cartoons that raises fears.

What can you do as a parent when this happens to your son or daughter? Here are a few tips from the experts at Focus on the Family:

·        The first thing you need to do is sit down with your child and give them the chance to discuss the film openly. Ask them what they saw, what they thought about it, and how it made them feel. Whatever you do, don't make light of their fears or dismiss their feelings as silly or immature.

·        Once their emotions have been aired, assure your son or daughter that this was only a story, just like the imaginary tales they may have seen in picture story books. Bad things weren’t happening to real people – they were actors playing a pretend game, like they and their friends do.

·        Reassure your child that you, as their parent, are dedicated to protecting them. Let them know that it is one of your most important jobs – ensuring they feel safe and are safe. Reinforce that message with plenty of hugs.

·        If you are a Christian family, you can explain that God has promised to be with them at all times, even in the midst of danger. Open up the Bible and show them the passages where God promises never to leave us or forsake us (Genesis 28:15; Deuteronomy 31:6, 8; Joshua 1:5; Hebrews 13:5). Pray with them about the scary movie and their fears, and encourage them to pray on their own when they become frightened at night. If it seems appropriate, you can also practice some coping techniques with them, like deep breathing relaxation exercises or visualizing a happy place.

·        One last thought: it is definitely not a good idea for you to sleep in your child's room or to let them sleep in your bed. That will only reinforce the behavior you're trying to eliminate, encouraging them to act helpless and dependent. So whatever happens, make it clear that you will not be sleeping with them. Instead, find some other way to make them feel secure, like turning on a nightlight for a while or letting them take a special stuffed animal to bed.

Come to think of it, if you go see THE CONJURING 2 and you’re still a little scared even after the credits roll, feel free to take your favorite stuffed animal to bed with you, too. :-)

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Wednesday, June 1, 2016


Disclosure:  This post was sponsored by the Role Mommy Writer's Network.  All opinions are 100% my own. 

Do you know who these 5 guys from Boston are?... 

New Kids on the Block - Cover Art

Back in the late 80's and all through the 90's my bedroom and college dorm walls were covered with pictures of the New Kids on the Block.  And, being from the Boston area, I felt that I had to represent.  Hahaha, just kidding. I know I was not the only girl in love with all five of the guys.  Not only could they sing, but they were so cute.  And, you know what...they still are to this day. :-)

Out of all the bands that I have grown up with and have listened to over the years, the NKOTB is one band that I don't grow tired of listening.  From their early hits of 1986, of which the above photo is from, to their hits in the 90's, their chart toppings hits make this band one of the most popular in music history.  Don't believe me?  Then, ask all the crazy NKOTB fans who make their concerts sell out.  And, if concerts weren't enough, did you know that the NKOTB host a boat cruise for die-hard fans each year?  I vaguely recall a friend mentioning that we should go a few years back, but then I forgot about...thanks in part to becoming a mother and being crazy busy with life.  But, thanks to "Rock This Boat" which premiers tonight on Pop! I am able to see what the NKOTB cruise is all about, not just from fans, but from unfiltered footage of the boys, too!  I don't know about you, but I can't wait for Season 2 to premier at 8:30PM ET.  I will be making sure the girls are in bed, so that I can enjoy without being interupted. :-)

Here is more about the "Rock This Boat" series, in case you missed season 1 like I did...

"This summer, Pop jumps on-board one of the hottest selling, fan-driven cruises of the year, featuring one of the most popular bands in music history, with the second season television series premiere of ROCK THIS BOAT: NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK (NKOTB) on Wednesday, June 1 at 8:30 p.m., ET/PT.
Season two of the music reality series brings fans intimate, unprecedented access to NKOTB in 10 new television episodes. To further immerse viewers in the NKOTB experience, Pop has teamed up with Littlstar, a premier global network dedicated to virtual reality (VR) and 360 degree video, to launch immersive content on web, mobile, headset and Apple TV platforms. The dedicated VR and 360 degree experiences will include live performances with the band, selfies with Donnie, surf lessons with Joey and Jonathan, and more.

Over the past eight years since reuniting, the ever popular NKOTB has played to countless sold out arenas and since brought back their wildly popular cruise, which first set sail in the 90s, as an exclusive experience for their fans. NKOTB bandmates, Donnie, Danny, Joey, Jordan and Jonathan, make the cruise one of those can’t miss annual experiences with up-close and personal interactions with fans, theme parties and special live music performances. NKOTB has sold more than 80 million albums worldwide. With numerous sold out tours and multiple #1 hit songs, the band’s annual party cruise has sold out eight years in a row. 

In season two of ROCK THIS BOAT: NKOTB, the cameras focus directly on the band with unprecedented access to all five members as they engage with each other and rock out with their fans, both on- and off-stage. This season will give fans a whole new perspective on the NKOTB cruise as they experience it through the band members’ eyes with pre-cruise video shot in their homes, exclusive access to rehearsals for deck parties and concerts, and revealing looks inside their cabins.  Also, new for season two are five consulting producers behind the camera who are die-hard NKOTB fans, representing the voice and perspective of the band’s most loyal followers."


If you can't wait the premiere tonight, make sure you set your DVR to record this and all future episodes of Season 2, ROCK THIS BOAT: NKOTB.  I am definitely going to be talking to my girlfriends and seeing about doing a girls only cruise one of these years, so that we can party alongside other NKOTB fans and the boys.  Shh, don't tell my husband. :-) 

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