Dear Ms See, I thought about getting this in ebook form then pondered about it in the bookstore before finally breaking down and buying it. I enjoyed the story and your research but I never could get past the feeling that I was reading a book in order to do ... more >
Dear Ms. Smith: Unfortunately, your book is what inspired my post about the real deal paranormal authors and the posers. Your story features a hero vampire who believes his immortality is a curse and a heroine with cancer who would do anything to live. That’s it. That’s the entire story. ... more >
Dear Ms. Stout, I zipped through your fun book, “The List. A Love Story in 781 Chapters” in no time. It’s infectious and funny and so true for any woman who’s ever dated a man she thought was Mr. Right, questioned a man she thought was Mr. Right, cried to ... more >
Dear Ms Smith, Despite what I know about wills and how bizarre this one would be considered today, Aunt Sophie’s Diamonds is a fantastic book. Have you ever had a crazy relative who left a bizarre will? Sophronia Tewksbury was a manipulative old bat and left her relatives with a ... more >
Dear Ms. Krahn, Sheesh, what a back blurb. I almost didn’t want to read your book because of it until a friend persuaded me. “She had to persuade him. Barter was a way of life in Rapture, Pennsylvania and Whitney Daniels learned long ago that everything has its price. So ... more >
Liquid Silver wanted to give away three books but only two people sent me an email. These are the winners: Michele B and Jennifer. Look for an email from LS soon.