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Sunday, May 24, 2009
Reader of Romance, Sci-Fi, and comics. Late in life became addicted to comics when Marvel had the Civil War and divided all my super heroes. Have been known to post reviews, and even tried a stint with a review site, but it's hard work - writing!!! I am much better off and happier as a reader. So, what reviews I do post, are strictly heart-felt and usually short and sweet. I always see other reviews and just think - yeah - that's exactly how I felt!
I use LJ often, yahoo goups mostly on digest unless there's a big chat, tend to use Goodreads more so lately than Librarything but am on both:
The Dukes Husband by Michael Black and Shayne Carmichael
The Master of Seacliff by Max Pierce
Outland by Kiernan Kelly
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