Ruby O'Degee is a documentary fim producer, oral storyteller, voice over actor (the voice of Madge), Cavern player and a stage set designer.
In her spare time she likes to bike ride, watercolor, paint with acrylics, bookbind, create Art Dolls, repurpose Books, raise intelligent cats (Limit 2), read novels, travel the metaverse, pilot her hot air balloons,
repair her transit system and build conraptions.
Disclaimer: While Ruby loves to repurpose, she's not terribly interested in repairing much of anything. She only makes repairs and edits when its necessary. And cursing all the while.
A Trip to the Moon, Around the World in 80 Days, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956 version), Jane Eyre, A Street Car Named Desire, Modern Times, City Lights, Silence of the Lambs, Cabaret, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Casablanca, The Time Machine, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Rocky Horror Picture Show, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Great Escape, Double Indemnity, The Way We Were, Princess Bride, The Wizard of Oz, North by Northwest, Murder on the Orient Express, Harry Potter Series, Star Wars Series, The Name of the Rose,The Hobbitt, Narnia, Lord of the Rings, The Pillars of the Earth and the eclectic list continues...
PBS Masterpiece Mysteries (all of them), PBS Masterpiece Theater (all of them too), Murdoch Mysteries, Homeland, Foyle's War, Miss Marple, Hercule Poirot (David Suchet), True Detective (while covering my eyes and ears), Miss Fisher, Lonesome Dove, SNL, Doc Martin, Made Men, Dr. Who, Sherlock Holmes, and the eclectic list continues...
The Name of the Rose, Foucaut's Pendulum, The Prague Cemetery, Lord of the Rings, Hobbitt, Anne of Green Gables, Cider House Rules, Son of the Circus, Ishmael, Jane Eyre, He, She and It, The Handmaids Tales, Lady Oracle, The Testaments, Beloved, Sula, The Poisonwood Bible, Grapes of Wrath, Old Man and the Sea, Anathem, D.O.D.O, Seveneves, Snowcrash, Despereaux (book, NOT movie), Tiger Rising, The Magician's Elephant, Holes, The TRUE story of the 3 little pigs by A.Wolf (a very important book in my library), East of Eden, Oryx and Crake, MaddAddam, The Year of the Flood,Woman on the Edge of Time, and this eclectic list goes on and on and on.
John Irving, Charlotte Bronte, Umberto Eco, Neal Stephenson, C.S. Lewis, Lewis Carroll, Charles Dickens, Margaret Atwood, Toni Morrison, Barbara Kingsolver, Agatha Christie, Louise Penny,
Myst Series, Machinarium, Clue, Alan's Automation Workshop Hearts, Uncle Wiggly Board Game, Sherlock Holmes Baker Street Cards and Boardgame.
Lootbox Eve is a free-for-all of epic proportions in the Centralvest Zone of Luridity. But that's what happens when you put a bunch of wrapped gifts in an open market, tell people they're free and that everyone should ready, set...GO GET THOSE PRESENTS!