- member since June 17, 2008
Heather H’s last login was Thursday, October 23, 2008.
hey sorry it took me so long to reply. Things have been crazy =P
The Den of Shadows books are not a gore fest in the least. And there is no graphic sex. The first one was written by a 14 year old girl and she wrote the rest while she was young as well. The first one is a little slow going but "Demon In My View" is a great quick read. It will make you fall for the bad boy haha.
All in all they're good quick reads. Nothing groundbreaking, but still fun.
Hey there everyone! It’s Stuffy one of your Mods from the Shelfari book group, Patricia Briggs Fans. I just wanted to give a friendly hello to everyone and invite you to come post in the new topics in our wonderful group! And let you know that there’s been some very exciting things going on in the world of Patricia Briggs.
First, The Mercy Thompson series has been optioned by a major studio for a possible movie adaptation. Next, the first shipment of the Mercy Thompson graphic novel titled, Mercy Thompson: Homecoming (by the Dabel Brothers and Patricia Briggs) will be shipped starting the first week of November. So order your copy today! Also, The History Channel is doing a special on werewolves and our favorite author and her husband will be featured, so keep an eye out! Last, Patti has announced that she has started work on her newest novel, the sequel to Cry Wolf, titled Hunting Ground.
Come discuss these fun and exciting new developments as well as play games and chat with fellow fans over at our Patricia Briggs Fan group! I hope to hear from you all soon!
Hello Heather h, Yes I think it was Heather H but nor to worry. There was, I remember, Colin Firth, great, yum. But I would be glad to chat with you. Where are you, question mark [mine is faulty] I live about 13 miles west of London Central London that is, I am in a part of what they call Greater London.
So anything you want to know about England or London I will try to answer or we can just chat about anything
hI hEATHER h, NOT SO MANY PEOPLE HAVE DOGS IN eNGLAND THESE DAYS. lOTS OF REGULATIONS BUT MORE PEOPLE Ahave to work long hours and it isnt feasible to have dogs at home with no one,. I bet I get shouted down here but I see so many less dogs these days then from when I was a child or even as I got older.
Sorry for not answering sooner. I've been out of town and just found your note! I finished reading the two Mary Burchell books while I was gone and greatly enjoyed them both. Sure, I'd be glad for any more suggestions you'd like to pass on. :-)
Heather-- I linked to your site from the Georgette Heyer group because I was curious if you were LDS, like I am. I noticed that you belong to an LDS Authors and Writers group, so I'm assuming you are. Good to know that my instincts were correct. Thanks for helping me stand up for clean romantic fiction.