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Obsession in Death by J.D. Robb

I have have read all the books in the In Death series and this installment is just as good as the others. Just when you think you have the killer pegged, the twist in the plot leads you into a whole new train of thought. 174 more words

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"Like a picture of dreams"

I’m going to end my night with starting to read a book that I bought early last year. I just haven’t given myself the time to start reading it but I figured that tonight I’m going to give it shot and see what I think of it :) 11 more words

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A Rant Against Lazy Writing

Before I really dive into this, I have to admit to a few things.

The first is, in the reading of Bringing Race to the Table (review forthcoming) there have been a number of stories that have really ripped my eyes open and have broken my heart. 1,419 more words

Modern Day Worship

Beth reblogged this on Wytch of the North and commented:

I'm trying very hard not to let the Cernunnos thing ruin the whole Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy for me (because I identified with Branna a LOT, and her relationship with Finn had similarities to mine with Odin); still, I loved that trilogy so much up until that point that the identity-reveal of the "demon villain" was a big slap in the face. Even more so, the recent glomming onto Vodou deities as villains--although to be honest, the misrepresentation of Vodou (or demonology/-atry, for that matter is hardly a new thing. Still, why do writers have to go there? Come on, you guys, put your creative caps on and come up with something better--and less racist.

Remember When by Nora Roberts & J.D. Robb

My dentist is one of those people I enjoy visiting because we talk a lot about and exchange books. We do not have the same interests in books at all, which I appreciate because then we both could try out different genres. 247 more words

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Gone with the Pen Names

I don’t know why I thought I ever needed them. Maybe it was because I never thought very favorably of my given name. (I can still hear my mother screeching, “Tear-REEEEss-sah!” in her Eastern Pennsylvania accent.)  So even when I grew up and told everyone in no uncertain terms to call me “Terry” (no “i”, please), I still shied away from publishing with the name people called me. 285 more words

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Public Secrets

Title: Public Secrets
Author: Nora Roberts
Paperback, 481 pages
Published March 27th 2012 by Bantam Books

“Emma McAvoy may have grown up in the limelight, but some secrets are hidden in a darkness no light can reach.

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Book Review: Blood Magick (Nora Roberts)

Plot: (via Goodreads)  County Mayo is rich in the traditions of Ireland, legends that Branna O’Dwyer fully embraces in her life and in her work as the proprietor of The Dark Witch shop, which carries soaps, lotions, and candles for tourists, made with Branna’s special touch. 513 more words

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