I suffer from fibromyalgia and up half the night in pain so tend to read then and so can get through lots of books.
- North Wales, Pr, UK
- member since July 2, 2010
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Did you get it on Kindle?
Thanks for trying it, that is very kind of you.
I poured hundreds upon hundreds of hours of my heart and soul into the Dead Loop, so I'm delighted it is appealing to you!
I am looking forward to your theories and thoughts on the book.
Feedback like your's makes all my work worthwhile!
I hope to find readers who love the book and will suggest it to others.
I hope your pain is not too bad at the moment by the way.
from Milton Keynes
Sorry to hear you have fibromyalgia. Im inpsired that you look on the positive side and see being kept awake as an opportunity to read!
I see how much you enjoyed 'Before I go to Sleep' by S.J Watson and enjoy mystery. It's a great debut novel.
I’m searching for someone like you who appreciates the more original and interesting fiction that might be interested in trying out my novel trilogy "The DEAD LOOP". It is easy to read, emotive and a unique psychological thriller mystery about a man that dies every single day but has no idea why.
I’ve persuaded a random Shelfari reader to try it and they kindly wrote on Amazon US: ‘one of the most unique and original story plots that I have read in quite a long time. The description of the settings of the various lives/deaths of the main character are so well described and well written that I can vividly see them in my mind as I read along.’
Part 1 is free on Kindle every 18 days or so, or 77p normally.
Or it’s free all the time if you have Kindle Prime!
If it intrigues you at all and want to check it out, I would very much appreciate any feedback.
This summer heat is starting to get to me. I complain about the winter and now summer. Grrr.
Please forgive the intrusion.
Dracula: Hearts of Stone
Dracula is a good guy in this adventure of romance, wizards and fangs; lots of interesting characters and humor, including the author Piers Anthony. A 12-year-old wizard named Jenny is trying hard to figure it all out. A very special Siamese cat named Moon Diamond and his friend Zacharia. A vampire dog named Tessy. Alexander is a handsome red sheriff that serves with honor. Wei and Bao are Chinese sheriffs with style and a passion for the law.
There’s an extraordinary female sheriff that’s being pursued by a shy vampire, but she does find him interesting. I find that a book is always better when the work is interspersed with humor.
Please check out my author page for excerpts:
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I'm on tramadol, not doing anything for me now, so back to gp for something stronger. Gone down hill since i had a lumbar puncture last year, 4 attempts, new doctor, didnt go down with Professor Puri and Dr Perrin when i told them - so if possible, avoid lumbar punctures like the plague, it brought on ME/CFS!!!
I love reading, my fingers swell up, hand gets cold as im reading, i lie down and read, back, side whatever position i can find comfy. im nauhgty though, get so engrossed its nearly time to get up when i look at the clock!
Just bought oh no, forgotten his name, that author we are friends with, something Jay Parker - bought his book today from Amazon, should be here tomorrow, will start tomorrow night, looking forward to it, was gonna start reading Karin Slaughters, a faint cold fear tonight, ut got a feeling i've already read it!