- member since June 22, 2009
I would like to suggest reading THE ENDLESS HOUR- The True Story of a Haunted Soul.I completed publication
in November 2010.
Over eighteen years in the making,THE ENDLESS HOUR is about an illustration I created in 1988 that became
reality two years later,which involves a spiritual death experience.
This touching and terrifying true story is not only about me.It is also about... you.
For more information go to theendlesshour.com. Once you enter the website you can watch the book video and
read reviews. You may also want to visit amazon.com and read the first seven chapters of THE ENDLESS HOUR.
I am glad you find me lives in Fayetteville. That is great that your daughter lives here. I pray for her husband .. Being Army brats have been placed as book worms. Yes , my father is retired army from Ft. Bragg... I am glad you interest my occupation. It has been three years now. I am very blessing.. I also looking to see what your books have put me what to read. I seen some of them I have or want to read it. Right Now I got three hundred books I got to read first before I packed up more books from Used books stores or book stores.
I don't have Andrews' new book yet - My mom told me it was out so I put it on my wish list so I wouldn't forget. I'm anxious to see what you think of it. I have read all of hers (altho none of her mysteries) and have enjoyed them all. Deep Dish wasn't her best work, in my humble opinion, but I did enjoy it. I started a book by Debbie McComber (I don't remember what it was tho) and set it down. I've loaned it out and will probably try it again when it comes back. Currently reading Devil in the Junior League which is reminiscent of Andrew's Little Bitty Lies. I'm enjoying it! Hope you had a great weekend!
Hi and thank you for your invitation. My Avatar is my sweet Peg (named after Peggy Lee from Lady and the Tramp) since she was quite a mess when she wandered up to my door one new years eve at the stroke of midnight a few years ago. Filthy and frightened (her, not me) I took her in and fell in love immediately. My husband and son call her "The Diva" now. She rounds out my collection of 3 cats and 2 other dogs (pound puppies who are much too old to be called puppies anymore!) I, too, could spend hours browsing in a book store. I look forward to getting to know you and chatting about our reading!
Hi Gamma, Glad to make your acquaintance! Looking forward to chatting about books and getting to know you! I hail from the capital city, Raleigh. We have 3 cocker spaniels - all rescues and all adorable. I have an older sister who is retired that keeps me covered up in books. I love to read, though I don't get to read as much as I'd like. I usually have some type of craft project going on and I love to container garden. Talk to you later! Marty