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Writer's Quote Wednesday- Dean Koontz

Why not join us for this week’s Writer’s Quote Wednesday from Colleen Chesebro at Silver Threading and share your favorite writers’ quotes, or even one of your own! 75 more words

Wendy Anne Darling

Hugh Howey - I'm really, really, really sorry.

I have a confession to make.

Despite numerous attempts, I’ve only ever managed to get about a quarter way through Hugh Howey’s book, Wool. Not because it isn’t a great book – by all accounts it is – it’s because every time I pick it up, I get a gut-punch of humiliation. 340 more words

Dean Koontz’s Night Chills

Overview: Paul Annendale has been taking Rya and Mark out camping in the forest surrounding Black River, Maine since his son was two. The past few years have been both more important and difficult. 259 more words

Book Apprasials

Being a Victim

For a long time, maybe even since the stormy night of her eighth birthday and the frenzied palmetto beetle, she’d known that being a victim was often a… 114 more words


WorkHaul Bookhaul #7

I was at my job doing what I do. Almost every weekend this is what my library looks like…

So I spend most of the morning just straightening the shelves. 186 more words

Teaser Tuesday - By The Light Of The Moon

I think I’m addicted to Dean Koontz. Maybe it’s just me, but when I read his words, I’m simply in awe of how he puts them all together and manages to tell an intense and satisfying story. 289 more words


In Search of Theme

Theme is a tricky beast. Elusive, yet all-pervading; hidden, yet evident in every aspect of a tale, it is the element that makes story universal and eternal. 1,350 more words

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