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Recommended Reading: Lee Child, Sara Paretsky

I recently plowed my way through a stack of books and am dismayed at the idea of posting a full review of each one… but they were all varying degrees of good, from pretty good to darn good to excellent.   367 more words




Podcasting Them Softly presents an explosive chat with Stunt Coordinator and Second Unit Director Wade Eastwood! Wade has an extensive list of credits on some of the biggest blockbusters of the last 15 years, including the latest Mission: Impossible entry, Rogue Nation, the upcoming James Bond adventure Spectre, 2014’s Interstellar, Godzilla, and Edge of Tomorrow, and numerous other high-throttle action films that have featured some of the most dynamic stunt work in modern cinema history. 26 more words


Why MAKE ME by Lee Child gets graded on a curve

I can’t count how many hardcover Reacher novels line the top shelf of my library. Lee Child is that good.

MAKE ME is his latest novel about Reacher, and it’s also good. 432 more words

4 Writing Secrets Wednesday

Make Me by Lee Child

Make Me

by Lee Child
Series: Jack Reacker, #20Hardcover, 402 pg.

Delacorte Press, 2015

Read: September 22 – 23, 2015

“We should get a cup of coffee.”

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I thought I had just accepted it was September and what happens, I blink and it’s almost October.  So, what now?

Well, the garage has been cleaned so we can start stacking wood pellets. 384 more words


Make Me

Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m a fan of Lee Child’s Jack Reacher books. They’re a comfort read. I know what I’m getting and I know I’m going to like it. 288 more words


Voice and character.

Audiobooks are fascinating. They’re spreading fiction to a whole new audience, the ‘I don’t have time to read’ crowd, now able to put on a novel during their commute instead of local radio. 1,037 more words