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- Bacolod City, Ne, Philippines
- member since November 2, 2010
Thanks for joining my astronomy group Susy! Hope you like it!! :)
We seem to have a lot in common. :) I'm an avid reader also and I like pretty much the same things you do (except for the Titanic; it scares me...)
I LOVE what you said about every person being unique. It's true, we are!!! :)
See you over in the Astronomy Club!
Welcome to the “Who Doesn’t Love a Classic?” Group!
We’re a very active group so I hope you enjoy it here. Feel free to take your time and browse around. We have group reads that take place every two months, a discussion thread where people post great reviews (post yours too!) and lots of other interesting conversations taking place all the time.
…And don’t forget to introduce yourself in the Introductions thread!
Hey! Welcome to the group All Genres! This is a very friendly and chatty group-jump right in! Please feel free to post to the discussions! We would love for you to invite your friends to the group. Please note: the calendar for reading the genres and the group rules are located at the top of the page as part of the group description. Januar Group Reads are: Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and City of Thieves by David Benioff
I have published three ebooks 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
Quarantine – A sci-fi thriller set in East Africa
The Watcher – An occult horror thriller set in New England
Thank you for taking the time to consider my request.
Have a great day.
John Brinling, author