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Hi Tracy - you seem to have similar tastes to me. I'm in the north east of UK. That's my book to the left, not me!
hi tracy i have noticed that you have similar tastes to my reading kindly do you have any reviews for stephen laws books. Thanks
Hi Tracey, thank you so much for your email. Yes I have a Sony ereader but I found out that you can download Kindle ereader on your pc from Amazon.co. uk for free.Then you can download ebooks, there are so many free ones and many offers for 50p or 70p. Unfortunately I had to pay for Serial, I wish I had known your link before.Thanks again,enjoy reading it. (I have just finished reading Darkroom by Poppet it was really good)
Hi Tracey, gosh you are so much like me! It is so nice to find someone who likes to read similar books. I love Laymon, Koontz, Laws as well. I started to read horror when I was around 10-11 my first book was Stephen King and I was absolutely hooked! I had to beg my mum for a book nearly every week. I am a mum of three,I mostly have time to read when they go to bed (lol).I can suggest some books to scare the socks off you if you like. Try Afraid by Jack Kilburn, he has some other books as well depends on if you like gory. Another interesting book was Splitter by Sebastian Fitzek not so scary but really good. Anyway, have a lovely daySibel
Hi:I have published three books on Amazon Kindle, Smashwords, B&N, etc., and would be delighted if you would add one or more of these books to your TBR list. If you could also write a review, that would be super.The titles and links for the books are as follows:The Ghost Of A Flea - Murder in the Big Apple https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003WQBD96 https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/20838Quarantine – A sci-fi thriller set in East Africa https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003ZSHNUO https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/21720The Watcher – An occult horror thriller set in New England https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0043GX1C6 https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/24837 Back in the mid-70s my wife and I lived in Wiltshire for 2 years, and that's where I wrote some of my books.Thank you for taking the time to consider my request.Have a great day.John Brinling, author
Hi Tracey, I'm Ema, also from the UK and I have just started up a group on Shelfari, but for UK members. I noticed how difficult it was to search for UK users on here and thought it would be pretty cool to have most of the UK members in one place :)If you're interested the link is: http://www.shelfari.com/groups/49405/aboutHope to see you there xx
I only just saw your message. I started reading Girl Missing yesterday. There's a note from the author at the front of my copy saying that it's a rewrite of her first book I think. Only read a few pages but it seems ok so far.
Hi, and welcome to the Chiller group. Our group's been around for a while so there are a ton of threads. Hop on over to our introduction post. Tell the group hi and talk about some of your favorite horror authors or books. Feel free to start your own discussion posts and browse our growing group shelf. Any questions at all just ask, same for suggestions or ideas.
Hi Tracey--thanks for the friendship! :) Glad you enjoyed BLOODSTONE. I hope you'll check out my other novels, THE REACH, THE BONE FACTORY and PRIME. And if you're on Facebook and Twitter, look me up and add me there. :) http://www.facebook.com/nate.kenyon.writer, and http://www.twitter.com/natekenyon.
Hey flapjack! I have been super busy. Have not had alot of reading time which totally sucks. But I am getting to do cool shit in school so I think I will take the trade off for now. Miss getting to chat with you all the time.
Notice from your group: “Dean Koontz”February’s group read and discussion is “Fear Nothing”
Hello cupcake! No I have not read Sickened but I want to! How have you been?
hi :) "american psycho " ... should I read this ? .. sounds interesting ...
Notice from your group: “Dean Koontz”January’s group read and discussion is “Intensity”
I just saw your note! Sorry!! I really liked it - I love all UK crime like Ian Rankin and Peter James. Worth a read!!
hey hey whats poppin!
RAWR!! Do you now how hard that will be?!? But I will do it just for you my evil lil puddin pop!
Notice from your Dean Koontz Group:December’s group read is “Your Heart Belongs to Me” Happy Holidays, Happy reading.
Hiya my beautiful friend!
Yes!! The fella at the book store recommended them to me when I was buying some Sookie books! I have yet to get one...WINK WINK! :)