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Disaster at Sea!

No, the ship I was on didn’t sink. I inadvertently set sail around the Med without the pile of books that I had planned to read (apologies to both A.J Dalton and Saladin Ahmed). 293 more words


"Odd Thomas" Color Me Impressed!

So, this week I discovered Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz, only about five years after it hit the  bestseller list.  Sometimes I dismiss overly popular books out of hand because I think the majority usually fail to live up to their hype, not all mind you, but the majority.   458 more words


If you dare...

One of my favorite genres to read is definitely the mystery-suspense genre that thrills and chills to the bone. If I try to write a mystery suspense, it doesn’t work so well. 467 more words

Top Ten Tuesday - author owned books

Today’s TTT topic is a strange one for me. I don’t know why it strikes me as so odd, but it does. It’s what authors do you own the most books by. 775 more words

A Quote--Dean Koontz


“Not one day in anyone’s life is an uneventful day, no day without profound meaning, no matter how dull and boring it might seem, because in every day of your life, there are opportunities to perform little kindnesses for others, by conscious acts of will and unconscious example. 227 more words


Monday Giveaway: Jim Butcher & Dean Koontz

It’s that time again, and I’m still working my way through two of my favorite series, for those of you who haven’t tried them yet. To win a free download of either of these books, just email me at mmeara@cfl.rr.com after 3:00PM, Eastern Standard Time, and ask! 52 more words

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The Re-Reading Project: Strangers

November 7-December 2 1. Laguna Beach, California Dominick Corvaisis went to sleep under a light wool blanket and a crisp white sheet, sprawled alone in his bed, but he woke elsewhere–in the darkness at the back of the large foyer closet, behind concealing coats and jackets.

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