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Re: Buried In A Bog (7:44am March 19, 2013):
I grew up in a tiny town, that celebrated it's Irish heritage. I dream of getting to visit there. I want to visit everything there.
Re: Out Of Circulation (7:53am March 11, 2013):
I think this sounds like a really fun series to read.
Re: The Blue-Ribbon Jalape?o Society Jubilee (8:15am March 10, 2013):
I really like the characters in this book. Please include a recipe or two in your next one.
Re: The Moses Quilt (8:13am February 18, 2013):
We have to learn not to do the same things over again. We have to know our history so we don't repeat it.
Re: The Eldritch Conspiracy (6:09pm February 12, 2013):
I have mixed feelings. When my son was younger, he had severe learning disabliities. In order to get him to read better, we played of game of, who would play this role in the movie. Now, I can't stop doing that. It messes up what I think the movie/tv series should be casted with.
Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (7:25am February 8, 2013):
That was really inspirational. I love horses, too. And I agree, starting is the hardest part. But, every step forward is important.
Re: In From The Cold (6:56am February 4, 2013):
I was lucky enough to get to ride on a team that ran the Iditarod. I was amazed at how strong and fast they were. It is so much fun.
Re: Cupid?s Shaft (7:41am January 26, 2013):
I haven't read any yet, but I would read your book.
Re: Finding Home (7:09am January 14, 2013):
I enjoyed reading about how you grew up on a farm. I remember spending alot of days at my grandparents farm. I really wish I had my own farm.
I would really like to read your book, I bet it will be very good.
Re: A Little Bit Wicked (6:18am December 29, 2012):
Yes, I always set goals. I am not sure what it will be this year, but I did a very good job trying to meet last year's goal.
Re: Jane's Gift (7:44am December 8, 2012):
Actually, I have gotten so far behind, I don't even have a list this year. I will have to say Jane's Gift will be my book to read.
Re: The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (6:08pm December 7, 2012):
I had no idea. I do love it, though, when authors dedicate time to researching history. It makes their books so much better.
Re: Holiday Buzz (4:32pm December 4, 2012):
This sounds like a fun mystery to read.
Re: Mistletoe, Merriment, and Murder (6:42am December 2, 2012):
I did a white elephant party and came home with a chia pet.
Re: Untamed (7:09am November 24, 2012):
We always get our tree, also. But, it is usually because it is very close to my birthday, so I always say it is my birthday gift.
Re: Heart of Danger (6:16am November 10, 2012):
I love this genre. Actually my favorite The Stand by Stephen King they are supposed to making into a movie (I hope). I would say my favorite is the virus as a world killer. Since studying pandemics is my hobby.
Re: What The Cat Saw (6:13am November 10, 2012):
I love my cats. This sounds like such a good book.
Re: The Hoard (6:45pm November 8, 2012):
I love the horror genre. I do agree, it isn't predictable. There isn't always happy endings. Sometimes evil prevails. I would love to read your book.
Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (7:40am September 25, 2012):
I grew up in a small town. The town I am living at, the people are rude, and I really don't like it. Feeling like home to me, means that people accept you and you feel welcomed there.
Re: Resurrection Express (6:24am September 23, 2012):
I enjoyed reading this. I love finding out about what goes on with authors.
Re: Lucky Break (7:16am September 2, 2012):
I grew up in a small town- so I know the positives and the negatives of it. I like to read books set in small towns.
Re: Death Where The Bad Rocks Live (7:15am September 2, 2012):
I like an author who has real life experience. It always shows in their works. (It may be fun to do that romance research).
Re: Blame It On Texas (5:54am August 27, 2012):
I loved your story about your aunt. Humor is so important to get you through life.
Re: A Brew To A Kill (7:03am August 7, 2012):
I would love to read the book. The recipe looks really good, I can't wait to try it.
Re: The Last Victim (4:17pm August 5, 2012):
I feel that everyone has their traits that someone else doesn't like. So why shouldn't fictional characters be the same way? I agree, you have to write them the way that feels right to you.
Re: It Begins with a Kiss (7:08am July 4, 2012):
They all sound so interesting. I would love to see what happens to the pig.
Re: Chosen Ones (3:40pm June 8, 2012):
I love dystopian books. I read every one I can find.
Re: The Vampire Shrink (7:30am April 29, 2012):
I lived in a badly haunted apartment. There would be noises at night with no explanation of them. (It was on the end, so I only had another apartment on the other side). I had an elderly neighbor, she was the one that suggested it was haunted. The noises scared her so bad, she had to have her son come and stay with her. (He was a recently released convicted felon, really tough looking, and about 6'3" and 280 pounds of muscle). One morning he knocked on my door to see if I was okay. It had been a bad night with the noises, etc. He was white as a sheet, quite shaken, and told me he was moving his mom out for her safety. He did within a couple of weeks.
I started to make my very young son, sleep in my room, because he was having night terrors in his. I never felt comfortable there. My cats would randomly hiss when there was nothing there.
I bought a house, and never had any problems since.
Re: The Fallen Woman of Vil?gos (10:51am April 16, 2012):
Yes, I think deja vu is real. I would love to read your book.
Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (7:24am April 12, 2012):
No, I have never paid in any way to keep a secret. I would never tell anyone a secret that was that bad.
Re: A Light On The Veranda (6:43am March 31, 2012):
I enjoyed reading this, I bet the book is really good.
Re: In Search of Lucy (6:41am March 31, 2012):
I would love to read it, it sounds like a very good book.
Re: The Chase (5:47pm March 28, 2012):
Community and Modern Family always make me laugh. Being Human and Walking Dead because I love the paranormal. Wilber in the summer,even though it is about a dog, it reminds me totally of my cat.
Re: Sticks and Stones (5:36am March 21, 2012):
I would love to write a book with my son. He has really great ideas.
Re: The Needle In The Blood (6:48am March 16, 2012):
I love how the weaver of the tapestry could put in little things that gave clues to what went on in that time.
Re: Hellsbane (7:38am March 15, 2012):
When my son was younger due to his aspergers I couldn't listen to music at all. Through years of working with him, I desensitized him to it. Now, he can listen to it for at least a little while. So, I play it whenever I can. The thing is, he finds this really eclectic music. One minute we will be listening to Sarah Mclachlin, and the next to Egypt doing the Queen of all Time (which is a obscure heavy metal doom band- which happens to be my favorite song right now. It is an amazing song). I have learned to multi-task, because I enjoy the music so much.
Re: Fever (9:37am March 7, 2012):
he says- "I can fix this, it will be an easy job"
what he means- "start looking up the numbers of the repair and the insurance, because I am really going to screw this up"
Re: Dire Needs (2:48pm March 5, 2012):
I like both. There have been a couple of books I have read, that I would to have them be series. Others tell such a full story, I don't feel I need more.
Re: Clobbered By Camembert (1:03pm February 25, 2012):
I love cheese. My dream is to have a hobby farm, so I can even make my own. Yes, you can say I am obsessed with cheese. I love that your new book is set in a cheese shop.
Re: Courting His Favorite Nurse (5:18am February 22, 2012):
Every year we have a really big balloon festival. One year, I got up to find one had landed in my front yard. It narrowly missed the power lines on one side, and my house on the other. Every year, I take my family to go see them. I would love to have a ride in one, it looks like so much fun.
Re: A Fitting End (4:32pm February 12, 2012):
I would have to do a cooking cozy mystery.It would have to include my crazy family and all my animals, also.
Re: The Stubborn Dead (7:47am January 29, 2012):
Reading for me is my stress reliever, and so is studying pandemics. There is nothing like following a pandemic that can kill 87% of the people that catch it, to bring you out of whatever mood you are in. LOL. I collect cookbooks,also antiques I get at estate sales. They may not be worth much, but I love getting their history.
I remember buying my little sister a whole bunch of my little ponies when she was younger. I think my mother gave them away.
Re: Dreamers (5:08pm January 21, 2012):
I would say I am a survivor. I have had 3 near drownings, been in a tornado, and survived many other things. It has made me a stronger person. I never take life for granted.
I would love to read your book, it sounds really good.
Re: A Demon Does It Better (6:16am January 3, 2012):
I have always said I would have loved to be one of my own cats. They are spoiled beyond belief.
Re: A Promise Of Safekeeping (7:45am January 1, 2012):
I keep alot of unusual things. For example, I found a 1870's metal butterdish at an estate sale. It is dented, but I know the story behind it. I collect things that have stories with them.
Re: The More the Terrier (4:24pm December 31, 2011):
I want to try to get more organized. I think it would help get rid of some of the chaos. This summer I would like to build an outdoor "room" for my cats so they could safely feel like they get to go outside.
Re: Sleight Of Paw (6:17pm December 18, 2011):
Funny, when I was younger, I was a photographer's model. I just don't like my picture taken now. I never seem to be able to smile right.
Re: Acquainted with the Night (6:12pm December 1, 2011):
This sounds so good, I would love to read it.
Re: Waking Up Dead (6:26am November 27, 2011):
My son has inoperable tumors. After his last surgery, the doctor removed the tumor and many nerves that had been stripped of their mylon covering because of the tumors. Unfortunately, he is now in more pain because of the surgery. It didn't help. He has the tumors in both calves. He is in pain constantly, the doctor doesn't want to remove any more tumors because of this.
I would love to read your book.
Re: Engaged in Sin (8:51am November 6, 2011):
I would love to read it, it sounds really good
Re: Dire Threads (5:56am October 23, 2011):
I remember my mother sewing. I however, just loved the idea, and at age 8 taught myself to macrame, then came knitting, crocheting, emboidery, sewing, painting and wordworking.
Re: Attracted to Fire (9:17am October 19, 2011):
I agree, if I could jalapenos in everything I would. My only complaint with them, is that they aren't as hot as they used to be.
Re: The Rose Garden (6:56am October 13, 2011):
I will admit sometimes I like some of the supporting cast better than the main characters in some books. I usually don't want to hear about the main characters only.
Re: Unleashed (7:04pm October 11, 2011):
I would say a tarsier, they are so cute. Or, one of my cats. They are spoiled rotten, so I would choose to be one of them.
Re: Chosen By Fate (1:01pm October 9, 2011):
To me you are the type of writer I like. I have tried reading Grisham, and to me his books are very dry. I can't seem to get into to them at all. I really like mysteries and thrillers, too. I guess it is a matter of taste.
Re: The Norse King's Daughter (9:22am October 1, 2011):
I try to find authors that I haven't read before. Right now I am reading through Cormac McCarthy novels. They aren't always easy and they are definitely thought provoking. I know when I go back to my regular reading, it will be a nice change.
Re: Bel Air (7:10pm September 4, 2011):
My favorite ice cream is apple pie ice cream. There was a small ice cream shop that used to make it from scratch. It was cinnamon ice cream, with pieces of apples and crust in it. It was so good, unfortunately, they went out of business, so I will never have it again.
Re: Diaries Of An Urban Panther (7:25am August 31, 2011):
It was funny, something happened the other night to me. I was taking my son and our dog, (who happens to be a former police dog) for a walk at dusk, on a new trail. There are often deer, and a recent bear sighting, even though this is right in the middle of town. We had just got a little ways on the path, and I heard this odd hissing noise. My son said I jumped a mile, and the dog practically jumped up in my arms. Come to find out, at that time, very large sprinklers come on. I had jumped at a sprinkler, I don't think I will ever live that one down.
I would probably jump at first, than panic and run if I met something.
Re: Secrets: Desires Unleased (12:27pm August 25, 2011):
I was moving and asked my mother to watch my cat,Patty for a few days. She isn't the nicest person in the world, and I didn't know she was planning on making my cat stay in her bathroom. Apperantly, my cat would flush her toilet, and my mother had to go in and jiggle to handle to stop it from running. Patty, would escape from the bathroom when she opened the door. I guess this went on a few times, and my mother got tired of it and called me. So, I told her to let her out of the bathroom. She wouldn't,so I told her to stop going in there. As soon as she got off the phone, Patty turned on the water in the sink. Yes, I think my cat may be smarter than my mother sometimes.
Re: Fezariu's Epiphany (8:12am August 15, 2011):
My son is obsessed with history, and actually makes alternate history maps. I understand how both interesting and how much work they are to do. It sounds like you have put such a tremendous amount of effort to make the world believeable. I would love to read your book.
Re: Pleating for Mercy (9:55am August 7, 2011):
Reading, cooking, baking, painting, sewing, quilting, knitting, crocheting and gardening, to name a few. I love doing them all.
Re: Midnight Fear (9:52am August 7, 2011):
Congrats on the books, they sound really good. I would love to read them.
Re: The Marked Son (12:51pm July 31, 2011):
I would love to read your book, it sounds really good.
Re: A Spark of Death (3:09pm July 15, 2011):
This sounds like a great mystery.
Re: Runestone (1:47pm July 9, 2011):
I think intelligence, humor and willing to listen are all really sexy to me.
Re: Never Cry Wolf (4:12pm July 3, 2011):
When you ask if he is up to date on his shots, he says yes, he got his rabies vaccine last year.
Re: Wild and Unruly (7:57am July 1, 2011):
I think that given enough time and technology time travel will be possible.I like the movie frequency. Even though he isn't traveling back in time, he is communicating with his father in the past.
Re: Dying For Justice (8:28pm June 29, 2011):
For myself, I am very afraid of drowning (I have had 3 near drowning experiences). A fear for society I have is that we will have another pandemic worse than the spanish flu. I have been involved in goverment planning, and we are really not prepared for it as a nation.
Re: Fallen (8:25pm June 29, 2011):
It sounds like a very interesting experience. I would love to read your book.
Re: Night Veil (6:07am June 27, 2011):
I agree about batman, superman was always too good. I like that batman struggles with doing the right thing, instead of it just coming naturally.
Re: Missing Persons (8:39am June 25, 2011):
I have come across a few psychopaths in my life (one being my mother). I feel like I am lucky to have survived them.
I would love to read your book.
Re: Burning Skies (8:46am June 24, 2011):
I would love to have a true birds eye view. It would be really something to see what they see.
I would love to read your books, they sound really good.
Re: A Ghost of a Chance (6:52pm June 22, 2011):
I diffinitely have some abilities. I have had 4 very vivid dreams come true, one of which was a plane crash in the Potomic.I woke up and turned on the tv, and it was talking about the crash. I sometimes see flashes of things that will happen. One of them was a woman falling down stairs. This happened for 6 months. I kept warning my mother to be careful, I knew it wasn't her, but I told her anyway. My aunt, my mother's sister, was found dead, after falling down some stairs. I hadn't seen or heard from my father in over 10 years. I started to get a very strong feeling about him, and I started talking to my son alot about him(which I hadn't done before). After a week of doing this, I got a call from my mother that he was dying of cancer in the hospital. I got to make ammends with him, before he passed. I could go on and on. I have alot of unusual stories like that.
Re: Louisa And The Missing Heiress (8:05am June 15, 2011):
Yes, I think it goes way back for me. I would say it started with the little house on the prairie series. I would think about how the characters lived.
Re: Frostbound (6:49am June 8, 2011):
I really enjoyed reading your other books. They are very good. I can't wait to read this one.
Re: Heart of the Highland Wolf (6:46am June 8, 2011):
I love the idea of combining werewolves and highlanders, they are two of my favorites anyway. I would love to read this book.
Re: The Soldier (3:35pm June 2, 2011):
I started working at fourteen to support my mother and sister. I did everything for them, while, my mother was horrible to me (she should have been put in jail for things in my childhood.)It took me a long time to realize I don't have to do anything for them anymore. As soon as I stopped helping my mother,she moved away to live with my sister and I haven't heard from them since.
I take care of my special needs son all by myself. They will have nothing to do with him. He says you can't miss what you never had. The two of us are a family, and that is all that is important.
Re: The Gin & Chowder Club (6:01pm May 31, 2011):
There are certain stories I reread, and each time I always secretly hope it ends differently. I would love to read the book.
Re: Jump (3:01pm May 27, 2011):
It sounds like you put alot of thought in this novel. I would love to read it.
Re: Mind Games (5:07pm May 25, 2011):
I agree, I would stalk the authors and several others if I could.
Re: Ashes Of The Earth (7:32am May 19, 2011):
I think it is harder now for us to imagine, as we have gotten so dependent on our technology. I feel that it really depends on what happens. If it is due to a pandemic, societies will again form, but it will be hard, because we have lost so many skills. It would be worse if it is due to a volcano, asteriod or nuclear incident. I think there is a very dark side to humanity. It really doesn't take much for it to come out.
Re: Wickedly Charming (7:55am May 16, 2011):
Never say never. It sounds like you will write that historical romance someday. This book sounds like a fun read, I love the twist in it.
Re: Grimoire (7:09am May 15, 2011):
I like the secondary characters. They give the reader a chance to see how they interact with not only the main characters but others. I really like them.
Re: The Hat (2:42pm May 9, 2011):
Unfortunately, the majority of the memories I have of my mother are of her cruelness and abuse. This year marks the first mothers day I didn't call her. She is just too toxic, I couldn't handle it. I have stories from my childhood that would make Oprah blush.
I have made sure to be a very good mother to my son. I have enjoyed being his mother, and in doing so, helped heal myself and break the cycle of abuse.
Re: A Family Affair (12:33pm May 6, 2011):
Families can consist of just about anything. My son, friends and my cats make up my family, much more than my biological family does. It is their choice not to be close. I feel like I am happy with what I have.
Re: The Legend Of Michael (7:16am May 2, 2011):
I like loyality, intelligence and dedication to their partner. I like there to be some flaws, maybe something they have to overcome, so the hero seems realistic. I would love to read the book, it sounds really good.
Re: Heart of Deception (6:11pm April 29, 2011):
I like hats, but the only kind I wear know are hand knitted winter ones.
Re: My Favorite Countess (6:48am April 28, 2011):
I don't mind a doctor who is a hero. I loved Mash. I watch House, but in no way see him as a hero. He is way too narcistic to be a hero.
Re: The Alchemy of Desire (9:10am April 26, 2011):
I like a hero who is strong, but has flaws he has to work to overcome. To me it makes him more realistic.
Re: Hidden Embers (7:17am April 23, 2011):
Fall is my favorite season. I love the change in weather, the turning leaves and fresh locally grown apples and cider.
Re: The Devil in Disguise (7:15am April 23, 2011):
I like everything you mentioned. I always like trying some new recipes. I find it interesting when authors talk about their lives.
Re: Tangled Threads (6:47am April 18, 2011):
I was addicted to Lost. There really hasn't been a show since, that I felt that strongly about. I would say I am addicted to my hobbies- one of which is reading.
Re: Deadly Ties (12:33pm April 10, 2011):
I have helped alot of people, including family over the years. I have finally gotten to the point where when I very rarely ask for help, I am told no. I have stopped being friends with some, and limited contact with family members. It is a two way street. If I am the only one doing the giving, I am being used. Life is to short to let that happen.
Re: Collision Course (7:14am April 9, 2011):
I loved star trek, I think my favorite was the trouble with tribbles. Then on to ray bradberry, stephen king and whatever else I could get my hands on.
Re: Haunting Desire (5:51am April 7, 2011):
I really love celtic legends. They are a window to the past. It is so interesting to see how they would use these legends to explain what they didn't understand.
I would love to read your book.
Re: Snowball in Hell (5:49am April 7, 2011):
I can't imagine anyone finding historical fiction boring. There is always something new to learn about in history. I am afraid I couldn't even talk to a person that said historical fiction is boring, because chances are, they know nothing about history. That is so shallow.
I would love to read your books.
Re: Rock Hard (6:08am April 4, 2011):
I would love to read it, it sounds really good.
Re: So Close The Hand Of Death (7:00am March 15, 2011):
I would do anything I needed to do to protect them.It is amazing how strong I can be, when I have to.
Re: It Happened One Bite (7:36am March 14, 2011):
Vampires and witches, I would love to read the book.
Re: Taste Me (12:27pm March 9, 2011):
I like Stephen King for the way he can develop his characters and give me nightmares at the same time. I like Carmac MacCarthy, for his conservative use of his words. Each sentence means something, when there isn't alot written.
Re: Animal Magnetism (8:14am March 5, 2011):
I love the unusual places that authors find inspiration. All I ever see at the stores I shop at are either senior citizens or moms with kids. I guess I need to move to a better town.
Re: Against the Law (8:18am March 1, 2011):
I keep hearing how good your books are. I would love to read these.
Re: Storm Of Reckoning (8:20am February 21, 2011):
I think it is funny that the evil overlord pushes the characters to their limits- hey, someone has to do it. Otherwise, they might sit on the sofa eating bonbons and watching tv all day.
Re: Beneath The Night Tree (6:48am February 18, 2011):
I have done some dumping, and been the one dumped. Still haven't found mr.right yet. If I do, I do, and if I don't, well I always have my cat.
Re: Love Me If You Dare (8:37am February 14, 2011):
Last night I made paper chains with hearts on them with my son to hang up. Today we will make valentines cards, and he will help me make coconut truffles. We always have fun celebrating valentines day.
Re: True Colors (12:52pm February 13, 2011):
I don't watch alot of tv, but I did watch lost. The scenes with Kate and Sawyer, were always really good.
Re: Dangerous Secrets (1:33pm February 11, 2011):
I had to quit college because my son has special needs. Because I was able to devote so much time, he is now able to do more than I ever thought he would. He still has a ways to go, but I am glad I did it.
Re: Society's Most Disreputable Gentleman (2:18pm February 9, 2011):
I have had enough of the bad boys when I was younger. Now I just want a nice one. Honestly, I don't know if they ever change. From my experience they don't.
Re: The Mysterious Lady Law (2:44pm February 4, 2011):
I believe some authors can write characters really well, and some just can't. Even though I really like Cormac Mccarthy, I don't think he writes woman characters very well. On the other hand, I think Stephen King, can do female characters extremely well. I think it just depends on the auther.
Re: Everyone Loves A Hero (1:41pm February 2, 2011):
I used to teach children that were severely disabled. I came back into my room, after my break. A child that was non-mobile had somehow managed to wrap a cord to a toy around his finger, which was turning black. The aide didn't see it. I very calmly asked her to get a pair of scissors, she had completely lost it and was panicking. I got the string off and he was fine. My aide felt awful, but she shouldn't have, she watched those children, like they were her own. She told me, that if there was ever a fire, she wanted me with her.
Re: Haunting Jasmine (8:45am February 2, 2011):
I am always amazed at the imagination some people are so lucky to have.
Re: Burning Darkness (8:43am February 2, 2011):
I would say violence against women and children, including rape and molestation.
Re: The Irish Princess (8:35am February 2, 2011):
It is always interesting to uncover bits of history that aren't well known. I would love to read this.
Re: Deadly Heat (4:16pm January 22, 2011):
I like the dark edge, with humor sprinkled in. It makes the tension not too overwhelming, and the characters seem more realistic.
Re: Dreams' Dark Kiss (5:55pm January 18, 2011):
My son is my muse. He has gone through so much and keeps going. Whenever I feel like giving up on something, he encourages me.
Re: Pleasure Me (7:38am January 14, 2011):
I like reading romance because you can leave all your problems behind.
Re: Kiss At Your Own Risk (8:56am January 13, 2011):
I grew up in a home with alcholic father and a mother who is a psychopath. She literally tried to kill me, and when I was 14 tried to make me marry a convicted child molester. It took a long time for me to realize what she was.I have raised a son with life threatening health issues on top of special needs. I have realized that no matter who they are, family, friends or boyfriends, get them out of your life if they are toxic people. You can do okay without them.
Re: The Fire In Ember (9:04am January 10, 2011):
I love the historical side of the romances. I admit I am one that grew out of the princess story, but I still like reading them.
Re: Mercy Kill (8:27am January 10, 2011):
Yes, in certain cases. Unfortunately, I have dealt with alot of the dark side in my life. When I do read about it, if the author is good about writing it, then I can say, they really described it realistically. On the other hand, I just read a very popular book, that most people liked. I didn't at all. The author had it totally wrong, and I just couldn't get into the story.
Re: Against The Wind (1:18pm January 4, 2011):
I like trilogies. It gives the author extra time to go into the characters with more depth. I enjoy how there can be more to the storyline, than in just one book. I would love to read your book.
Re: Real Vampires Have More To Love (1:15pm January 4, 2011):
It depends, are they going to live forever,also? I might play the field for awhile, then find a nice one and settle down.
Re: Deadly Identity (7:56am January 4, 2011):
I really enjoyed reading this. My goal this year is to start writing. I know I can do it. Thanks for inspiring me.
Re: Dark Angel, The Chosen, Soulmate (12:31pm December 27, 2010):
Any of the Stephen King books- it would sure be a lot lighter to hold them up. LOL. I like Horns by Joe Hill.
Re: Haunted Honeymoon (12:28pm December 27, 2010):
I just love any book. That way I don't have to think about all the snow and ice out there, or think about how much my heating bill is going to be. A book that can take my mind off that, is surely a good one.
Re: Pay Up (3:28pm December 23, 2010):
I like them to be intelligent and strong willed. I don't mind a flaw, even an irrational fear makes them human. I don't like the ones that have to have a man, or they just can't live.
Re: The Winter Sea (3:37pm December 20, 2010):
It's amazing to me how much we don't know about some of the past. It sounds like you must dedicate alot of time to research. I hope someday you will write the Countess's story. It sounds like it deserves to be told. I would love to read your book.
Re: Precious and Fragile Things (8:05pm December 17, 2010):
This sounds like a book that will make you think. I enjoy reading different kinds of books, and I think this one sounds really good.
Re: The Heir (12:10pm December 16, 2010):
I always like to think that people with imaginations like this were not only creative, but very intelligent. I had similiar fears as a child. I would love to read your book.
Re: Wolf Fever (6:28pm December 15, 2010):
My hobby is actually studying the flu and pandemics. Two of the best things you can do is to increase your intake of vitamin D, and if you are exposed to it, or have the flu, take elderberry. It is one of the active ingredients in tamiflu. It is really important to get your shot this year. The flu is really starting to hit hard this year.
I would love to read your book.
Re: The Spy Who Saved Christmas (8:21pm December 13, 2010):
I would say getting out our collection of christmas decorations, and spending christmas day with my son.
I make a fruitcake from a very old recipe. I use all kinds of dried fruit, nuts, and brandy. It is really good.
Re: Icecapade (8:18pm December 13, 2010):
I really enjoy it when the two are combined. It seems to give extra depth to the story. I would love to read your book.
Re: The Ghost Hunter (8:05am December 12, 2010):
I have never been there, but I would love to go to England. They have such a rich history, that I would love to see.
Re: Beneath The Thirteen Moons (8:26am December 10, 2010):
I don't really believe in love at first sight. I think opposites are okay, as long as they have other things in common.
Re: Twins Under His Tree (12:33pm December 3, 2010):
I have a couple of uncles that served in vietnam. One lost most of a lung, the other recently passed from stomach cancer. He had been sprayed with agent orange and had so many health problems.
I would love to read this book.
Re: Sparks (12:30pm December 3, 2010):
I have a cat that hates phones and answering machines. I would come home to find them on the floor and often broken. One day I caught her. Someone had left a message, and she had jumped up, picked it up, shook it, and threw it on the floor. I guess she was mad to get woken up from her many naps.
I would love to read this.
Re: A Certain Wolfish Charm (10:41am April 1, 2010):
Sounds like a great book to read.
Re: The Highest Stakes (10:38am April 1, 2010):
One of the most thrilling experiences I ever had was getting to ride a horse that ran in the Kentucky Derby.
I would be very happy to read your book.
Re: The Scarlet Lion (3:39pm March 31, 2010):
For me it would apcolyptic music, but following pandemics is my hobby. So I guess you could call me exentric.
Re: Lake Magic (12:43pm March 30, 2010):
I can't wait to read this book.