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- member since July 20, 2007
Hi Carol, join us at a new Shelfari.com group: Good Reads Café
This is a Readers’ and Writers’ group. Open discussions, debates, critiques and self-promotions…
The group is for all readers and for all good authors. All book genres are welcome. I write thrillers based on true events.
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Thanks for joining the Mystery & Suspense group! Tell us something about you in the Introduce Yourself discussion topic and who are some of your favorite authors in this genre.
Our current book for group discussion is Stealing Faces by Michael Prescott. Our next book for group discussion is The Prey by Allison Brennan. Discussion topics for the book will be posted on February 20.
Lastly, we feature authors each week, proving background info along with their bibliographies. Be sure to check out the author of the week recommendations section and add any you'd like to see included. Here's the link: http://www.shelfari.com/groups/84079/discussions/408111/Author-of-the-Week-Recommendations
Knights of the Dragon: (COMING MARCH 2013) Check out my author page for a peek at the cover.
It’s an exciting tale of knights, wizards, romance and dragons.
A dragon named Ryxa befriends a boy only to discover that his kingdom will soon be conquered by another and the boy is doomed, and so to save him and his people she hires knights to go on an adventure with her and the boy to find magic.
Leeander’s knight Stone is sent out to capture a wizard to save the kingdom while trying hard to keep his eyes off princess Alexa, who insists on going with them in pursuit of a necromancer.
Meanwhile, a red dragon named Ella falls for a black dragon, which is taboo, and she tries hard to resist his irresistible charm, not wanting her life be left in ruins, and she be banished from her own territory.
Unrealistic or not my writing gives me hope. But with something like 50 000 books published a month it is a little discouraging. I can just picture my book underneath that pile being crushed. I didn’t think there were that many writers out there. Must be a factory out there producing them like peanut butter cookies.
You might want to check out the Dracula trilogy (Dracula is a good guy).
I have migraines sometimes so I feel for you. Sometimes I have to turn off the lights and just lay there until it goes away. So you have my sympathies. While I'm thinking about it we have a thread devoted that series of Patterson's-it is here:
I'll let you in on a "secret" I loathe Patterson-I've tried several of his books and they just do not trip my trigger. Now The Prince of Tides is another matter-that is a favorite.
Yes, it is nice to meet you also. I am 29 I am reading magician's nephew right now by c.s. Lewis. I like just about every kind of book. I stopped reading secular books a long time ago when I was reading a Stephen King book and got so mad that I threw it across the room. I still do read one here or there but it was at that time that I found some wonderfull christian authors. I have read a lot of Grisham books as well. I have thought about reading Harry Potter I have a lot of friends who love those books. I don't think I want my kids to read them until they are older and understand life a little better. My mom had a period of her life when I was a teenager when she was into witchcraft. She had an altar and everything. So I am a little putt off at the idea that being a witch or wizzard is an ok acceptable thing. I am old and wise enough to know that it is not o.k. to dable I have seen the consequences of it in my Mom's life. My kids on the other hand that is another thing because they are more easily persuaded. It was really nice to meet you as well. I look forward to talking with you about other great books that we have both read.
HI, I am new to shelfari and not sure how it works. I just read dawn's light and saw that you also have read it. I loved this book as I have loved all of Terri's books. I see you have read a lot of books from sue grafton. I have never even heard of her. What kind of books does she write? I s she a christian author?