Monthly Archives: July 2012

Tuesday’s Word

Argent noun a metal tincture used in heraldry to give a silvery appearance adjective lustrous gray; covered with or tinged with the color of silver Tah glanced up, judging the angle of Sahen and Anumati. In their half phases, both … Continue reading

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Crash Into You by Roni Loren http://www.roniloren.com/ got my heart pumping harder than any other book I’ve read recently…and not just because of the hotness. There’s a great thriller/mystery aspect to this wonderful read. Brynn and Reid’s romance (both then and now) kept … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
The Spawn’s First Novel, “akjehsubfuirewagh6r5” now available on Kindle. Happy Monday! Okay, last week, upon my return from Thrillerfest, we explored what I felt were the 5 top mistakes that are killing traditional…

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Tuesday’s Word

Nebulous adjective not developed or clear enough to describe This is one of those words that I was pretty sure I knew but wasn’t super confident about using in my writing without verifying the definition. This happens to me a … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Donna Collins' Blog:
As you’ll see, I haven’t used a picture at the top of this blog. I’m actually thinking about going through ALL my posts and deleting/changing any photos that aren’t mine. Why? I read a…

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Bet Me by Jennifer Crusiehttp://www.jennycrusie.com/ is fun, fun, fun! Thank you, Amy Raby http://amyraby.wordpress.com/ for recommending it! Bet Me was a witty, fast-paced contemporary romance that has made me a fan of Jennifer Crusie. I’ll definitely be reading more by her.    … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Pescetarian noun A person who consumes no animal flesh with the exception of fish or seafood. My husband and I were watching Duck Dynasty this week, and the Robertson clan was running a restaurant for a night. The self-dubbed rednecks met … Continue reading

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