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Welcome! I'm glad you're here. As you can probably guess, I'm new at this. So happy that I took two wordpress courses. At least, I'm not totally lost. I must admit that designing and making things the way I like require more patience and perhaps skills. Anyway, I'm...

Sins of the Fathers – J.A. Jance

Sins of the Fathers – J.A. Jance

  Sins of the Fathers - J.A. Jance Here's another great J.P. Beaumont novel by J.A. Jance: Sins of the Fathers I don't remember if I read the whole series, but I'm sure I came close. As for other novels by the author, I like her Ali Reynolds series, too. Beaumont...

Deadly Intentions – Lisa Harris

Deadly Intentions – Lisa Harris

  Deadly Intentions - Lisa Harris It's been a long time since I read any romance. Deadly Intentions by Lisa Harris is actually a Christian Romantic Suspense. Harris' Southern Crimes series got me hooked on this author.  On the whole, I liked the story: lots of...

All The Devils – Barry Eisler

All The Devils – Barry Eisler

  All the Devils - Barry Eisler All the Devils is the third installment of Detective Livia Lone by Barry Eisler. I've read several books by Eisler—The Killer Collective, The Night Trade and a few others. Livia Lone has an interesting background. She overcame all...

“Are you in this for the Long Haul?” – Rachelle Gardner

“Are you in this for the Long Haul?” – Rachelle Gardner

"Are you in this for the Long Haul?" - Rachelle Gardner This is not a book, but a blog post by Rachelle Gardner, a literary agent. According to the post, the following are the few pointers and I quote: "- Pay attention to where their passion and artistic integrity...

Halloween Jeopardy – Laura Belgrave

Halloween Jeopardy – Laura Belgrave

Halloween Jeopardy - Laura Belgrave This is an ultra short story by Laura Belgrave. The main character is a twelve-year-old girl. So, the girl is trick-or-treating when she sees something. Her instinct kicks in even at this young age and saves the day. Now, I would...

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