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Lynn_Charles Dn’s last login was Wednesday, November 11, 2009.
Hi again. Here is the link to the copyright office electronic submission.
How are you enjoying Eclipse? I finished Bitten and have moved on to Rob Thurman's Madhouse. So far it's very good.
Even better news is that I finished writing the sequel to Midnight Reflections and submitted it to my publisher. I forgot to add that if you're interested in checking out my book, you can find it on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, amazon.ca, and bookdepository.co.uk.
Hope you're having a good week
Thanks, I'll have to add those authors to my list of books to look into. That list just always keeps growing [g].
Oh, if you want to, you can do the copyright online. That's how I did mine. The website is pretty easy to use.
Yeah, Midnight Reflections is the first in a series. I'm just finishing the second one now and hope to have it to my publisher tomorrow. I already have ideas for the 3rd and 4th. Unfortunatley, I don't always have the free time I need to write. Oh well, I do what I can.
What are you reading now? I just finished Bitten by Kelley Armstrong and loved it.
Hi again. Well I know most of those authors you listed but what does Tim Lahaye write? And Amelia Atwater-Rhodes?
You know, I think what you're doing for your poetry is probably the best way to write. It sounds like you write for the pure enjoyment which is fantastic. Have you posted any of your poems anywhere on the internet? I would be interested in reading them if they are available.
Yes, my book is available online on Amazon.com, amazon.ca, barnesandnoble.com, and bookdepository.co.uk.
It is called Midnight Reflections and it introduces a society where vampires, werewolves, warlocks, and witches freely roam amongst the ordinary humans. One such human, Tara Daston, only wanted a fun night out dancing with her boyfriend. Getting killed was certainly the last thing she ever expected and waking up three days later as a vampire was the last thing she ever wanted. As Tara struggles with her death and new unlife, she also becomes involved in a hunt for a vicious serial killer. During her own investigation into the killings, she meets Tom Duncan, fellow vampire and lead agent of the Preternatural Investigation Agency, who is not at all amused at what he considers to be her interference. However, the serial killer soon takes notice of Tara and is intrigued, forcing her to work together with Tom and the rest of the agency to stop the murders.
Yes sorry. I did mean Night World. I understand what you mean about enjoying a series but maybe not liking one of the books as much as the others. Doesn't mean the series is bad, it just didn't have the same intrigue or appeal as the others.
What other authors do you like? I enjoy Kim Harrison, Rob Thurman, Charlaine Harris, and Kelley Armstrong.
Also, what kind of poetry do you write? Have you ever been published? I just got my first book published earlier this year and it has been so exciting.