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Thursday, 21 December 2017

RELEASE BLITZ, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - Of Land and Sky (Wraidd Elfennol #3) by Morgan Sheppard


Epic Fantasy


The balance of the Elements is once more in doubt, and new Chosen are called. They need to find the will to succeed, or the unseen enemy from years gone by may have the advantage.

The Wheel of the Year has had many cycles - and the folk of Wraidd Elfennol have lived in peace since the age of Marella, Kai, Daren, and Lani. All the Elements have been in perfect harmony with each other.

All that is about to change, with new Chosen called to represent their Element and to find nine sacred branches.

Bran and Rhosyn need to work together to restore the balance between Earth and Air… and maybe find out just who they are meant to be.

Full of myth and magic, with a strong Welsh theme, Of Land and Sky continues the Fantasy series set in the imaginary world of Wraidd Elfennol.

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“It all seems a bit much right now, doesn’t it?” the old man said. His voice was deep and melodious, soothing the jagged edges of Bran’s soul.
Bran hummed in agreement. “Yes, it does. I take it you know what this is all about?” He waited for a nod of agreement before continuing. “We’ve got to collect some branches. I just don’t see how that will help to restore the balance. And Rhosyn, although she seems nice enough, she is driving me crazy already. She’s hanging off every word as though this is something wonderful. Can’t she see what it might mean for Wraidd Elfennol?”
“Sometimes it’s not always obvious to begin with,” the old man gently said, resting his hand on Bran’s shoulder. “Sometimes, it only becomes clear as you proceed, or even after the event. Sometimes it never becomes clear, and you just have to have faith that you did your part, and helped in some small way.”
“That sucks,” said Bran, folding his arms across chest.
“Yes it does,” agreed the man, startling Bran with his agreement. “That’s also life. No one ever said that life is fair, or reasonable. Life is sucky, you just have to make the best use of it that you can.”
“Did you just say that life is sucky?” asked Bran, a slow grin spreading across his face. “You’re too old to say things like that.”
“And you’re too young to be so cheeky to an old dude like myself,” retorted the old man, laughing with Bran.
“It’s nice to hear someone else being cheeky for a change,” said the lady who had greeted AuraLeigh, as she walked up to them both. “It’s usually you that wears the crown on that one, my love.”

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5 out of 5 (exceptional)

Of Land and Sky is the third book in the Wraidd Elfennol series, and it starts approximately sixty years after Water Weaver.

The world of Wraidd Elfennol has been in balance since the original Chosen went on their quest, but now new Chosen of Earth and Air have been announced. Bran and Rhosyn don't get on very well to begin with, but they have to learn to work together. With their Partners ever ready with words of wisdom, we stay with them as they bring the trees back to life.

This is a very different book to Water Weaver - more introverted. I wasn't sure how this would turn out, but I'm really pleased with the results. There are many lessons in this book if you choose to see them, from family to love.

Fair warning though - this book had me sobbing towards the end. I knew it would happen, but that didn't lessen the impact in any way!

A brilliant addition to the series, and definitely recommended by me.

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements fora review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *

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​​I am a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, a friend, and a lover. I am many things, been given many labels, but I can say that I am just ‘simple complicated me’. Always a prolific reader and dabbler in my younger days with short stories, poems, and limericks, I am now creating my own fantasy worlds.

Favourite quote is “aim high and reach for your dreams”
Favourite colour is rich purple
Favourite food would be chocolate! 
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Wednesday, 20 December 2017

NBTM, EXCERPT & #GIVEAWAY - The Exiled Otherkin by D. Lieber


Fantasy Romance, Steampunk



Exiled from Faerie when her father dies, half-Fae Ember is surprised by how much the human realm has changed since she was there last. She takes a dangerous job on a merchant airship, hoping a life on the move will keep her well-hidden. Sure, she misses her brother, but years of apathy have numbed her emotions.
When the optimistic and naïve Reilley follows her, it’s annoying to say the least. But when she starts feeling responsible for him, long-stifled emotions crack the ice around her heart.
Faeries, pirates, and traveling players meet in this steampunk fantasy adventure as Ember tries to cope with feelings long forgotten and a past that pursues her.

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Clutching my new tambourine, I walked to a clearing to have more room to dance. Reilley grabbed the drum and started a beat. Like before, I moved to the rhythm. This time, my red skirt danced with me, and I shook my tambourine appropriately. We discovered that as long as I let Reilley choose the pace, we could improvise an entertaining performance.

We fed on each other’s energy and ended at a natural breaking point, exchanging smiles as the last beat echoed off the trees.

“You’re enchanting,” Reilley complimented smoothly.

“I’m only expressing your music and following your lead.”

He flushed with pleasure at the high praise.

“Could you do me a favor?” I asked him.

He nodded.

“Would you unplait my hair? It should be dry by now.”

His eyes gleamed like I’d given him a gift, and I turned my back to him. With long, deft fingers, he gently unbraided my hair. Undone, he ran his hands through the soft waves to separate them. I shivered.

“Thank you,” I whispered.

As his hands gently stroked the dark locks, I became aware that we were very alone. We’d been alone before, but this time was different. An air of anticipation settled between us. His hands stilled. Neither of us knew what should happen next, and the pressure quickly became uncomfortable.

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D. writes stories she wants to read. Her love of the worlds of fiction led her to earn a Bachelor’s in English from Wright State University.

When she isn’t reading or writing, she’s probably hiking, crafting, watching anime, Korean television, Bollywood, or old movies. She may also be getting her geek on while planning her next steampunk cosplay with friends.

She lives in Wisconsin with her husband (John), retired guide dog (Samwise), and cat (Yin).



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Tuesday, 19 December 2017

VBT, INTERVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - The One Apart by Justine Avery





Only one obstacle stands in his way of enjoying a normal life. He remembers—every life he's lived before.

Tres is about to be born... with the biggest burden any has ever had to bear. He is beginning again—as an ageless adult trapped in an infant body.

He and his teenage mother face life filled with extraordinary challenges as they strive to protect, nurture, and hide how truly different he is. But Tres alone must solve the greatest mystery of all: who is he? The answer is linked to the one question he's too afraid to ask: why am I?

In his quest, Tres discovers that all is considerably more interconnected and dynamic than he could ever imagine—and fraught with far more danger. He cannot hide from the unseen threat stalking him since his birth.

Life as he knows it—as all know it—is in peril. And Tres is the only one aware.

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“He needs a name,” Maria said, pouring scrambled eggs onto the plate decorated with a face of bacon strips.

Sancha stared at her plate. “He has one,” she said.

The hot iron skillet slipped from Maria’s hand; she sighed her relief as it landing safely on the stove burner. “What... did you decide?”

“I didn’t.” Sancha prodded at her eggs, recovering her bacon art one eye at a time.

“I thought you—”

“He has one already. I just don’t know what it is.”

Maria’s subconscious almost recognized the truth in the statement before it was buried by her conscious again. “Don’t be silly. Did you choose a name? If not, I will have—”

“No, you will not,” Sancha ended the conversation.

* * *

In the fenced back yard Maria referred to as “the garden,” sat a rusting swing set for two: Sancha’s favorite spot in the whole world. Swinging there—in and out of the shade of the broad-reaching maple tree—seemed to slow time and shoo away all teenage troubles.

“I have to name you,” she called out to her bright-eyed baby resting in a basket nestled in the grass below her. She swung her pale legs to propel herself higher into the morning sunlight, her glittering hair swirling around her. “But you won’t tell me what yours is,” she pouted.

Her polka-dotted summer dress fluttered in the breeze as her legs scooped up another pocket of air. “I guess you can’t,” she concluded on a downswing. “Yet,” she shouted into the air.

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Can you tell us a little about yourself?
I’m one of those that loves to read—anything, really—and always wanted to write, but went along with the adults that believed writing isn’t actually a career or something that makes money to live off of but that is more of an ambitious dream that’s nice to just think about…. like, maybe it’ll happen for some folks once they’ve long retired from their “real career” and can sit around doodling with words on paper.  But my urge to write stories, to tap into that other realm where stories come from, kept compelling me decade after decade through different jobs, world travel, different creative ventures.  I’d focus on “being a writer” in spurts, but never get to the point of getting my writing actually out there for others to judge or read or consider publishing.  Finally, one day, the urge to be the writer I was meant to be was so strong, that I just started doing it.  I wrote and wrote, published, gained an audience, and voila!  I’m really a writer.  It took me a lifetime, it seems, to realize others with the best of intentions are the ones that hold dreamers—all artists?—back, and we just have to realize that we’re the ones that make writing—or any other art—a “real” career.  All we have to do is sit and do it.  And thankfully, all those years that could’ve detracted from my writing, actually added so many crazy experiences that really add to the realism of my writing, the wealth of imaginative story ideas, and my unique “voice” now.  And, as it turns out, I was actually writing all that time: the inner me was finding ways to write, write, write in any job or venture I was involved in… even down to super-long “story” emails to friends.  J


How did you choose the genre you write in?
I love all genres!  But in this case, the genre, the story, chose me.  My stories tend to start with a character or a situation, and then dictate the genre—whether the solution or the story unfolds one way or another.  For The One Apart, I woke up one morning with just one interesting sentence in mind as an idea for a brand-new story: “he remembered everything.”  It felt really impactful, like the fact that this person remembered “everything” was a big deal, that it wasn’t supposed to happen, something went wrong, or maybe, someone would be really upset to discover this person did remember everything.  That was it.  I had to start writing the story, from the very beginning, to learn just what was remember, who my main character was, etc.  And that’s when I found he remembered all of his past lives—and he wasn’t supposed to.

Where do you get your ideas?
Ideas are everywhere!  I just have to make sure I’m paying attention, so I don’t miss them.  For me, the initial little ideas just pop into mind: maybe from a dream, something someone says, something that happens, or while reading or watching a story someone else wrote.  They can be really tiny ideas, like a type of character or a strange predicament, or a spooky element.  When I’m ready to write, I choose a tiny idea, start writing, and the story unfolds.

Are you a planner or a pantser?
I’m a proud pantser!  My process is very simple: start with a tiny story idea, the simpler and less-detailed, the better.  Then, I start writing the story from the beginning. I never know how my stories are going to end up—and for me, that's the whole fun of it. That's why I write! Every story's an adventure, a mystery, an experience waiting to unfold. That's the whole appeal for me. If I'm not having fun writing a story, I imagine no one else is going to enjoy reading it. No outlines exist for my stories. My stories aren't planned; they're dreamed. At most, I may get flooded with ideas for a story while writing it, then have to keep up by jotting them all down and maybe needing to put them in chronological order to refer to them later. But I've found I'm not happiest with even "fun ideas" in a little list to write into the story; that's when creative writing turns into academic writing, for me, with a pre-determined end goal, and all the fun is sucked out of it.
Can you tell us about your upcoming book?
The One Apart is more than a story—it’s an experience.  Expect a family saga, an adventure epic, lots of mystery and intrigue and eeriness.  Expect to delve in, “live” the story with the characters, to love or love to hate all the characters, and to laugh a little, cry a little, and definitely be drive to look over your shoulder to reassure yourself nothing’s there.  Expect to never be able to look at the world, life, and people around you the same way again.

What was your favourite chapter (or part) to write and why?
I loved writing The Big Reveal—once I knew it was part of the story—when the story kind of explodes and suddenly expands around you as you’re reading it, and you realize there’s much more to the story, to this character’s life, to the whole universe around us, than you first imagine.

How did you come up with the title?
Usually, a single phrase or theme will stand out as I’m writing or after I’ve finished a story: something poignant that just happens to represent or sum up the whole story well, or its tone.  Sometimes, there’s a few of these to choose between, and then, when it comes to a novel, you don’t want to “share” the title with other books previously published, so you might have to strain a bit harder to come up with more “perfect” titles that aren’t already used “out there.”  That happened for me with The One Apart.  The novel’s ending wrote its perfect title, but then I found that exact title was already used by about seven other books just on Amazon!  So, I had to choose among the other ideas I had.  I also tend to favor titles that have double or multiple meanings, within the story.  And The One Apart is just that.  J

What sort of writing environment do you create? I.e. music or not? Pen and paper or laptop/PC?
I’m a minimalist when it comes to my writing environment: desk, comfy chair, tea, maybe a piece of chocolate, my laptop, a window with a view.  I try to keep out all distractions, so I can focus solely on the story and imagine myself there.  There aren’t even any cute desktop decorations or anything; those are on the “business desk.” I have to keep out all distracting noise too, so I wear noise-cancelling headphones and play a loop of beach sounds: crashing waves and the occasional seagull going by.  It’s the only thing I can write with: something without words or music that would pull me out of the story but sound that helps drown out outside noises.

Is there anything that you would like to say to your readers and fans?
I write to explore ideas and satiate my own curiosity.  I publish to share the story with others for your own enjoyment.  When it’s in your hands, it belongs to you.  There’s no intended lesson or meaning or ulterior motive; the novel is for you to interpret, for you to explore and discover.  So, I hope you enjoy the heck out of the adventure of reading it!

Is there one subject you would never write about? What is it?
I learned to “never say never” a long time ago!

How important are the names in your book?
Very.  I might make up a name or pick one randomly, but if the story is long enough, I feel that character names matter.  So, I always look up the name’s origin and meaning to make sure it doesn’t terribly contradict the character’s personality.  Sometimes, I’ll discover something interesting that way, something that helps direct who the character is or what he/she does later in the story.  For The One Apart, the names carry even more significance.  Those of the “other world” required special names, that speak even more specifically to who they are and what their driving forces are.

Do you read your reviews?
I do still read reviews of my books; I’ll eventually train myself not to!  But, as a self-published author, I’m the one that has to glean the editorial reviews as they come in for catchy blurbs and things to use in promotion.  And being aware of all your reviews, as an author, from the high-profile editorial ones to the regular reader reviews, helps you to realize/remember that we’re all different readers, that everyone on the planet is going to have a different reading experience from your work, interpret it differently, and that is what makes reading so magical.  Each story written is a different story for everyone who reads it, and it’s different for them each time they read it.

Do you respond to them, good or bad?
Of course, I don’t respond to them!  A reader’s opinion has nothing to do with me and everything to do with them.  They’re entitled to their viewpoint, especially as no one person has the same experience reading one story as another person does.  A review’s purpose is to share one reader’s view with others who are interesting in reading the story.  The author’s already made their personal statement; he/she’s behind the story itself. J

Justine Avery is an award-winning author of stories large and small for all. Born in the American Midwest and raised all over the world, she is inherently an explorer, duly fascinated by everything around her and excitedly noting the stories that abound all around. As an avid reader of all genres, she weaves her own stories among them all. She has a predilection for writing speculative fiction and story twists and surprises she can’t even predict herself.

Avery has either lived in or explored all 50 states of the union, over 36 countries, and all but one continent; she lost count after moving 30-some times before the age of 20. She’s intentionally jumped out of airplanes and off the highest bungee jump in New Zealand, scuba dived unintentionally with sharks, designed websites, intranets, and technical manuals, bartered with indigenous Panamanians, welded automobile frames, observed at the Bujinkan Hombu Dojo in Noba, Japan, and masterminded prosperous internet businesses—to name a few adventures. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree that life has never required, and at age 28, she sold everything she owned and quit corporate life—and her final “job”—to freelance and travel the world as she always dreamed of. And she’s never looked back.

 Aside from her native English, Avery speaks a bit of Japanese and a bit more Spanish, her accent is an ever-evolving mixture of Midwestern American with notes of the Deep South and indiscriminate British vocabulary and rhythm, and she says “eh”—like the Kiwis, not the Canadians. She currently lives near Los Angeles with her husband, British film director Devon Avery, and their three adopted children: Becks, Sam, and Lia. She writes from wherever her curiosity takes her.

Avery loves to connect with fellow readers and creatives, explorers and imaginers, and cordially invites you to say “hello”—or konnichiwa.

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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

AUDIO REVIEW TOUR & #GIVEAWAY - To Love and To Cherish (Vows #3) by Addison Albright

Length: 7hrs 45 mins

Narrator: David Gilmore

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'Til Death Do Us Part - Amazon US | Amazon UK | Audible US | Audible UK

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Jilted by his fiancé two weeks before their wedding, Nash Marino's outlook on life in general, and love in particular, is jaded. After months of couch-surfing, Nash is fed up. He's sick and tired of his living conditions, worn out by the demands of his nursing job, and despairs of ever finding love again. In fact, he doesn't think he's capable of true love. Monogamy, commitment, companionship, and regular sex...that's all he wants, and the sooner, the better.

When Nash crosses paths with a like-minded man who's also in need of a live-in nurse for a beloved relative, Nash figures all his problems are solved. But matters are complicated by a freak accident and amnesia. When Nash's marriage of convenience scheme is muddied by notions of love after his memory reboot, will their plans go awry, or will Nash's new outlook on life be just what the doctor ordered?

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4 out of 5 (very good)

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Nash needs a new job, and Emmett (apologies if I've spelt it wrong, I listened! ) needs a live nurse for his grandfather. But Emmett also heard Nash say he wants love, a partner in life. Nash agrees to Emmett suggestion, and then is involved in a accident that causes him to lose the last four months. Nash falls in love with Emmett, and then his memories return. 

I listened to this, David Gilmore narrates. He is a new to me narrator. Overall, I found him a easy to listen to narrator, his reading voice is deep and clear, and I had no trouble following what was going on with multiple character conversations. I DID find his voice for Nash came across a little too young sounding, and Harley and Oliver too, they came across too young, for me anyway. This is the only reason I gave the NARRATION 4 stars. 

I liked the book, it was an easy listen. I liked that, while not telling Nash the whole truth about how they came together, Emmett did not LIE to Nash, when he couldn't remember. 

I gave the book 4 stars because of one reason only. Only Nash has a say. Yes, yes yes I know I say it often enough, but I think if Emmett had been given a say, this would have been a 5 star read! Because, let's face it: Emmett is asking Nash to marry him, then Nash has his accident and Nash can SEE the love in Emmett's eyes when he looks at him. So Emmett MUST have had such deep feelings for Nash waaaaaaaaaaaaaay before this. And I NEEDED to hear from him, I really did. 

New to me author and narrator, will certainly look for more. 

4 stars for the book
4 stars for the narration
4 stars overall

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December 13 - Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books, Dog-Eared Daydreams

December 15 - Gay Media Reviews

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December 22 - Bayou Book Junkie

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Addison Albright lives in the middle of the USA with two peculiar cats. Her stories are gay (sometimes erotic) romance, and tend to be sweet man-love in contemporary settings. Her education includes a BS in Education with a major in mathematics and a minor in chemistry. Addison loves spending time with her family, reading, popcorn, boating, French fries, “open window weather,” cats, math, and anything chocolate. She loves to read pretty much anything and everything, anytime and anywhere.



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Monday, 11 December 2017

REVIEW TOUR & #GIVEAWAY - Sheik Defense (Desert Justice #4) by Ryshia Kennie


Romantic Suspense



Tossed overboard, Ava Adams had been left for dead, drifting at sea. But security specialist Faisal Al-Nassar was determined to find her. He owed her father a great debt and had never forgotten the connection he and Ava had once shared. Yet after rescuing Ava he discovered she barely remembered him.

Amnesia had left Ava uncertain of who had tried to kill her. She did know, however, that Faisal was a man she could trust. The sheik's embrace was familiar and enticing…and possibly even more dangerous. How could she succumb to feelings for her protector when what she didn't know could get them both killed?

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Ben wasn’t sure how it had happened.  But he’d gotten lucky and landed in the water.  He’d just missed hitting his head on the way down.   He’d seen Dan fall overboard but then he’d fallen over himself.  It didn’t matter, he’d planned to swim to shore anyway.  He’d shot Dan first and he’d gone over a dead man.  The yacht was on autopilot, its navigational system dead, heading somewhere out to sea.  In other circumstances he might have laughed.  It would keep the authorities occupied trying to find the boat.
There was only one threat left and that was the little witch of a daughter Dan had managed to dump in the life raft.  There’d been nothing he could do to stop him.  It had all happened so fast.  He felt a twinge of regret.  Now Dan was gone and the yacht was already too far away to be a consideration.  He’d raised the anchor before the altercation began.

He swam toward shore.  He’d locked in his mind in what direction and how far away they had drifted.  Yet the weather system was moving in faster than had been reported.  It was a squall, and that and his aching shoulder had him gulping water and struggling as the weather worsened.  Combine the weather with the fact his clothes weighed him down, and it was rough going.  He reached down, wrestling with the laces of his oxfords, finally managing to get them off and tie them to the belt loop of his pants.  It wasn’t supposed to go like this.  He wished he hadn’t had to kill Dan, but once he’d made the decision, he’d accomplished what he meant to.  He’d shot Dan and he’d fallen overboard.  Now there was only one problem he had to resolve before he became a rich man.  The one fly in the ointment was Dan’s daughter.  She wasn’t supposed to be on the yacht.  Yet, there she’d been like it was her right.  He hadn’t liked her the first and only other time he’d met her.

She’d heard too much and she’d injured him.  Neither offense could be forgiven.  A wave pushed him backward and had him swallowing water.  He choked and flipped onto his back, resting, thinking.  He had to get to shore and then he had to find Ava Adams, and when he did, the little witch had to die.

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Sheik Defense is the fourth book in the Desert Justice series, although I haven't read any of the other books prior to reading this one. I don't think you have to read the others, but it might help with the pairings as they are mentioned in this story.

We start off with Ava and her father on holiday on a yacht when they have an unexpected visitor. Things get tense and plans go awry. Ava ends up in a lifeboat, drifting not only on the sea, but also in and out of consciousness. Her phone miraculously manages to make contact with Faisal, and through the GPS, they have her coordinates. The rest of the story is about the hows and whys of the situation, and what Ava and Faisal do to put things right.

This was a well-written story, although I did find parts of it to be quite repetitive. However, there were no spelling or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. We hear from both Ava and Faisal, and also get snippets from Ben (the big bad). It is an enjoyable fade-to-black romance suspense that you can relax with.

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The Canadian prairies are my home and while the prairie landscape is blessed with beautiful blue skies, it also has four seasons that come on full throttle – especially winter and because of that I like to travel.  Often on those trips, stories are born. 

In 2011 I won my city's writing award, and was the first romance writer to do so since its inception.  In 2013 my romantic suspense was a semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Awards.  Published in historic romance and paranormal romance as well as romantic suspense, in February 2016, my first novel was published by Harlequin Intrigue.

There’s no lack of places to set a story as my imagination and the too long prairie winters may find me seeking adventure.  The memories of those worlds both near and far, the words of a stranger, the furtive look one man gives another, often become the catalyst for a suspenseful story with a deadly villain and an intrepid hero and heroine who must battle for their right to love or even their right to live. 

When not dreaming of other stories, I can be found scouting out a garage sale or two, dusting off my roller blades or just thinking about the next adventure that may be miles away or in my own backyard. 

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