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Books to read
June 13, 2011

86 comments posted.

Re: A Family Under the Christmas Tree (6:09pm October 28, 2016):

At my grandmother's house we had a table full of cakes and
pies every year. My favorite was the homemade coconut cake.

Re: In The Line Of Fire (11:50pm July 21, 2016):

Hawaii would be wonderful to visit.

Re: Chicken Soup & Homicide (11:35pm February 24, 2016):

I cannot remember eating anything strange.

Re: Forever Dusk (11:25pm February 12, 2016):

Fear is powerful.

Re: Somewhere in Time (1:03am December 4, 2015):

Sounds like your book is full of intriguing plot twists and
would be fun to read.

Re: Soul's Prisoner (2:24am November 21, 2015):

We always have turkey, homemade dressing and cranberry suace. I have to mention that I love your book cover. It is haunting and beautifully done.

Re: Andrea and the 5-Day Challenge (12:46pm March 21, 2015):

Most teens experience insecurity. Some are just better at pretending.

Re: Once Upon a Grind (2:22am December 7, 2014):

My favorite is Fiona from Shrek.

Re: Dyed and Gone (2:56am March 30, 2014):

I love all the ideas for bobby pins. It would be fun to try to make jewelry with the pins.

Re: Billionaire Blend (1:57am December 8, 2013):

Coffee, a sweet treat and a great mystery book sounds like paradise to me.

Re: Traveling Light (2:36am July 27, 2013):

I also love to people watch and to imagine their lives.

Re: It Had To Be You (11:15pm June 5, 2013):

When I read a good book, I tend to block out any noise around me. I love music, but I usually wait to listen to it when I can focus on the music.

Re: The Curse (1:28am September 16, 2012):

I have a few books downloaded to my computer, but most of my books are print books. I hope that there are still printed books released well into my future.

Re: Loved By A Warrior (11:32pm July 6, 2011):

One myth is that if you hear an owl call your name then you will soon die. I actually read a book using that myth and it was interesting.

Re: Break Out (3:10am July 4, 2011):

A writer should write the story that is within and not worry about the genre. That's what makes a great book. This one sounds like a winner.

Re: Louisa And The Missing Heiress (2:18am June 15, 2011):

I can't think of any literary characters that I've imagined outside of their stories. I've always enjoyed creating my own characters to dream about, even when I was a small child.

Re: The Lost Summer Of Louisa May Alcott (1:39am June 15, 2011):

I've always loved the book "Little Women," and I would love to read the papers that Louisa May Alcott burned. Your novel sounds wonderful and I would love to read it.

Re: Hard Bitten (1:09am June 15, 2011):

I live in a rural area and the library is too far to go to on a regular basis.

Re: Wickedly Charming (1:17am May 16, 2011):

I love Sci-fi, fantasy and romance. This book sounds like a fun book to read.

Re: The Alchemy of Desire (11:39pm April 25, 2011):

I like both, but a mixture of good and bad is most interesting. A bad guy with a vunerable side or a good guy with a tough side makes things unpredictable.

Re: Seducing The Governess (11:54pm March 8, 2011):

I love historical fiction because it's interesting how different the rules of society was when compared to today's world.

Re: Staying At Daisy's (11:13pm March 7, 2011):

I would love to read this book. It sounds like a great escape.

Re: Scandal of the Year (11:36pm March 4, 2011):

That your characters inspire you to try new activities is great.

Re: Treasure Me (11:35pm March 3, 2011):

I enjoyed reading the excerpt from your book. Sounds like it's going to be good.

Re: Wicked Seduction (11:40pm March 2, 2011):

As long as you realize it's fantasy, then you're not crazy. Just be careful not to let your husband get too jealous of the characters.

Re: His, Unexpectedly (11:37pm February 25, 2011):

A road trip can be fun if taken with the right people.

Re: Storm Of Reckoning (11:07pm February 19, 2011):

Imagine how your book would turn out if you let the Evil Overlord write it. Scary thought.

Re: Love Me If You Dare (11:36pm February 14, 2011):

Happy Valentines Day!

Re: Breaking the Rules (10:10pm February 13, 2011):

When I was in college, a group of us girls would go out on the weekend. There was a nightclub on the beach, and we would dare each other to order sex on the beach. Of course, being young, we thought it was funny.

Re: True Colors (10:03pm February 13, 2011):

I use to watch both Buffy and Farscape. I currently watch Castle. I agree that the relationships on those shows were/are great.

Re: Dangerous Secrets (11:43pm February 11, 2011):

Let's see, entering this contest is a decision; will it change my life? One nevers knows..... :)

Re: The Mistress' House (11:27pm February 10, 2011):

I love reading historical fiction. This romance story sounds great.

Re: Society's Most Disreputable Gentleman (11:32pm February 9, 2011):

A book would be dull if everybody was on his/her best behavior. It's fun to read about the bad boy who gets tamed by love.

Re: Deadly Ties (11:48pm February 7, 2011):

Sounds like an interesting book.

Re: The Mysterious Lady Law (11:44pm February 5, 2011):

I read books by both men and women. As long as the book is good, the gender of the writer doesn't matter.

Re: Everyone Loves A Hero (11:58pm February 2, 2011):

Great story.

Re: The Irish Princess (11:59pm February 1, 2011):

Sounds like a great book about a fascinating lady.

Re: Haunting Jasmine (10:33pm January 30, 2011):

Your books sound very imaginative and fun to read.

Re: Wild Man Creek (11:44pm January 29, 2011):

I love your books. This one sounds great.

Re: The Werewolf Upstairs (11:52pm January 28, 2011):

The world would be a sad place without books.

Re: Eternal Prey (12:03pm January 27, 2011):

As for tortured heroes, I think of "Moonlight" and the vampire hereo who was trying to make up for the sins of his past by helping people.

Re: At Hidden Falls (11:57pm January 25, 2011):

I grew up with books and I have always loved to read. "Whrer the Wild Things Are" was my favorite children's book. Then came "Stuart Little" which I made my mom read over and over to me. Now I read everything.

Re: Pleasure Me (11:18pm January 14, 2011):

Reading is a wonderful way to escape ordinary life.

Re: Kiss At Your Own Risk (11:49pm January 12, 2011):

Sometimes bad things happen to good people. I'm glad that you found the strength to overcome them and find joy again.

Re: Wicked Seduction (11:20pm January 11, 2011):

A little madness can be a good thing. Keep up the good work.

Re: The Fire In Ember (11:31pm January 10, 2011):

I love the way historical romances takes me away to another time.

Re: Mercy Kill (11:41pm January 9, 2011):

I love mystery stories that delve into the darker side, because, fortunately, it's opposite from my daily life.

Re: Fatal Justice (11:32pm January 6, 2011):

I can't resist a good mystery book.

Re: I Dream of Genies (11:38pm January 5, 2011):

Would love to read this book. It sounds entertaining and funny.

Re: Deadly Identity (11:40pm December 30, 2010):

That's very good advice.

Re: Cowboys Never Cry (11:40pm December 29, 2010):

Sounds like a fun book to read.

Re: Red Ink (11:30pm December 28, 2010):

Your book sounds great.

Re: Dark Angel, The Chosen, Soulmate (11:19pm December 26, 2010):

It's not paranormal, but if you want just a good story I recommend "A Summer in Sonoma" by Robyn Carr.

Re: Pay Up (10:17pm December 23, 2010):

I like the heroine to be smart and strong. She should also have a good heart.

Re: The Winter Sea (10:07pm December 20, 2010):

This sounds like a very interesting book.

Re: The Heir (12:00pm December 17, 2010):

Would love to win this book.

Re: Wolf Fever (11:26pm December 15, 2010):

If I get sick, I like ginger ale, crackers, and lots of rest.

Re: Icecapade (11:49pm December 13, 2010):

I would love to read this book. It sounds great.

Re: Unguarded (11:32pm December 11, 2010):

I just read "A Magical Christmas" by Heather Graham. It's the first book I've read by her, and I really enjoyed the story.

Re: The Ghost Hunter (11:35pm December 10, 2010):

I love to read about England and Scotland. Their history is interesting.

Re: Rajmund (11:58pm December 6, 2010):

I love reading books about vampires.

Re: Sparks (11:36pm December 3, 2010):

The book sounds great.

Re: Twins Under His Tree (11:22pm December 2, 2010):

My dad is 87 and he served in WWII as a communication officer.

Re: Outrageously Yours (11:41pm December 1, 2010):

Smart guys are always the best. The book sounds great.

Re: Her Kind of Hero (11:33pm November 23, 2010):

Sounds like a great book.

Re: Dating Mr. December (11:35pm November 22, 2010):

I saw the movie "The 12 Men of Christmas" based on your book and really enjoyed the show. I'm sure I would also love your book. :)

Re: The Forever Queen (11:15pm November 11, 2010):

I love reading historical novels. This one sounds great.

Re: Deadly Intent (11:51pm November 10, 2010):

I agree that Elizabeth from "Pride and Prejudice" is unforgettable and so is Mr. Darcy.

Re: While Galileo Preys (1:02am November 10, 2010):

It's great when things come together in life. I wish you continued success.

Re: Casting About (10:45pm November 8, 2010):

I enjoy reading fiction.

Re: The Devil She Knows (11:01pm November 6, 2010):

I loved going to my grandparents' house when I was little. They lived in Alabama, so I only got to see them twice a year. Most of my relatives lived in that area, so it was great visiting with everyone.

Re: Holiday Grind (12:08pm November 6, 2010):

The recipies sound yummy! I love coconut cake at Christmas and sweet potatoe pie.

Re: Marked By The Moon (11:51pm November 4, 2010):

I like both the old fashion monsters and the new ones. I too like Bram Stoker's Dracula and I own the dvd.

Re: The Snow Globe (11:50pm November 3, 2010):

Life is full of snowglobe moments. There are some I would love to go back in time and revisit.

Re: Holiday Affair (11:56pm November 1, 2010):

I love to decorate the tree and wrap the presents, but I don't try to make it perfect. I like things more relaxed and fun.

Re: An Accidental Seduction (11:33pm October 28, 2010):

My hero would be regular people who overcome difficulties with a smile and never give up. My mom has overcome three types of cancer and she has never given up.

Re: A Darcy Christmas (11:59pm October 22, 2010):

When I was younger, I read "Little Women," and "Anne of Green Gables." Those are characters that I'll never forget. Your book sounds great and I can't wait to read it.

Re: Twilight Hunger (11:34pm October 21, 2010):

This is so strange, but I'm actually reading "Obsession" by Lori Herter. I didn't know that it's a trilogy. I love vampire books and yours sound great.

Re: Grave Witch (11:47pm October 16, 2010):

I use to love watching the show "Dead Like Me," so I'm sure I would like your new book. Sounds interesting.

Re: Friday Mornings At Nine (1:46am October 6, 2010):

I love the movies "Pride and Prejudice" and "The Holiday."

Re: Sinful in Satin (2:40am October 2, 2010):

I dream every night. I do have one recurring dream. I'm back in school and I can't find my classroom. I'm lost and there's a test in class. Then I remember that I haven't read the material. I always wake up before I can find the room.

Re: Love Me (2:02am September 24, 2010):

I prefer the cover with the couple on it. I also pick paperback over ebooks, since I don't own an electronic reading device.

Re: Petals From The Sky (1:05am September 20, 2010):

Your new book sounds like a must read.

Re: The Bride's Necklace (2:33am September 18, 2010):

I love the necklaces on the covers. They look sophisticated and make the books stand out.

Re: Warrior (2:04am September 12, 2010):

I haven't had the pleasure of meeting any authors, but I did meet Jim Brickman once. That was pretty cool.

Re: Desperate Deeds (1:30am September 8, 2010):

A good looking guy with a take charge attitude and a hint of danger is great when mixed with romance. Add a life threatening situation and a little mystery and I'm hooked.

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