The City and the Pillar - Gore Vidal
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I finished Day of the Jackal, and it got better as it went on.
Now reading Eye of the World by Robert Jordan. Liking it so far.
Sally Sparrow: I love old things. They make me feel sad.
Kathy Nightingale: What's good about sad?
Sally Sparrow: It's happy for deep people.
Back in the Habit - Alice Loweecey
That name sounds familiarish...
The Right Hand Rule available now.
The Secret at Haney Field: A Baseball Mystery available now.
Not to put any pressure on you, but I've gotten several fan emails ( for fan mail!) complaining that BitH kept people up till the wee hours on a work night.
I don't apologize for that.
It's good so far.
In a closed society where everybody's guilty,
the only crime is getting caught.
In a world of thieves, the only final sin is stupidity.
-Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
Just finished I Am Charlotte Simmons the other day. Another great one written by Wolfe, though a little longer than I would have liked.
I'm now 50 pages into A Fraction Of The Whole by Steve Toltz. Very funny so far.
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Im in the middle of Veronica Roth's Divergent and Lauren DeStefano's Wither right now and both are so entertaining that they're keeping me from my own writing
Daughter of the Moon: Acherusian Bound - YA Urban Fantasy complete at 55k words
Letters of a Woman Homesteader by Elinor Pruitt Stewart.
It's free on Kindle and it's a compilation of letters written by a young widow about her life in Wyoming, homesteading a portion of land with her two-year-old. Without being flowery she paints a wonderful picture of the land and life, and also shows an amazing independence for a woman in the early 1900s.
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Bag of Bones --Stephen King
I'm about forty pages in, and I'm amazed. I'm going to keep on rollin'!
I've just started Storm Rising by Ken Hoss.
Psychic Witness In editing hell!.
My new blog:
I tweet: @PsychicWitness
My website: www.4pathstowellness.com
Ulysses by James Joyce. My mind is like scrambled eggs right now.
Rizzo's Daughter by Lou Manfredo.
I'm SO late to the party, but I got beautiful copies of the entire James Bond series for a song. I decided to get through them this year, and am currently reading Casino Royale by Ian Fleming. It's much better than I was expecting.
The Tommyknockers- Stephen King.
I only have a little over a hundred pages to go. Next on the list will be either It by Stephen King, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King, or Psycho by Robert Bloch.
"He's gone! He's gone from here! The evil is gone!"
John Carpenter's Halloween.
Fatal Vision by Joe McGinniss.
YA psychological thriller--repped and revising.
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Diving back into Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leaves. I had to put it away for a while because my brain was fried and it gave me nightmares. I WILL finish this book.
SUBBING: A Trail of Dust (contemporary fantasy), 72k words ; R = 5
BETA-ING: Cave Draconem (YA urban fantasy), 57k words
NANO: What The Rain Brought In (horror), 7000 words
A few, one is The Secret Garden