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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Book 2 - Mary Mary by James Patterson

I love me some James. I wait for his books to come out like a crack ho waiting on a hit. If you are the one of three people who have never read his books, I recommend you jump into the century and test drive one. Run, don't walk to the library and get you some good suspense. My advice is to begin with any and all of the Alex Cross books, but really any of his books are fantastic. Once again, I won't ruin who this book turns out or go over the twists and turns but suffice it to say I read it in about a day and a half. Go snatch it up.

On a different note, apparently this is the week that y'all are supposed to come out of hiding and say hi. So any lurkers who read and never comment, come say hello. Please leave a name and don't do the chicken shit Anon thing. I hate that. :)

Elizabeth at 10:34 AM

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at 11:54 AM Blogger Sea_creature said...

Hi there! I've been reading you for a few months and really enjoy it. I like your sense of humor and all those adorable pictures of your pets! Take care...

julie

 
at 12:50 PM Blogger abcd said...

Hi,
Because you asked I will leave a comment. I read your blog all the time. I don't normally leave comments on people's blogs. I suppose because we don't really write much on the blog we started when my sister Sarah went for her
stem-cell-transplant. Anyway you have a great blog, you make me laugh. And I can always use some laughs.I am a graphic designer, and I can read blogs while I try and be creative.

Shoshanna
(Shoshie)

 
at 1:29 PM Blogger Danielle said...

haaaaaaaaaaaaaa your nuts, *crack ho waiting for a hit* LMAO!

 
at 1:41 PM Blogger Tee said...

I don't read suspense but if your a book lover and haven't discovered Librarything - here's the link. LibraryThing... Soooo cool.

As for the lurkers - is there a come out of hiding week I don't know about? How exciting. LOL

 
at 3:09 PM Blogger Spikey1 said...

Hi there... Im a lurker.... just always wanted to say that actually.

OK, you have read 2 books so far?? Ummm I havent even read yesterdays paper yet!

 
at 5:11 PM Blogger Tammy said...

I just want to know how in the hell do you put links into your comments?

 
at 5:18 PM Blogger Kami said...

You lost me at "book."

 
at 5:21 PM Blogger Blessed & Cursed said...

Hi,
You share the same love for books as I do! I will go to the bookstore and buy new books despite the fact that I have about a million of them at home that I haven't even read yet. I guess I just like to buy different kinds so I can just go to the bookshelf and choose what I'm in the mood to read!

 
at 5:28 PM Blogger Kelley said...

I'm always on the look out for good books-like the blog by the way-thanks!

 
at 6:44 PM Blogger Kami said...

COME TO AUSTIN!

 
at 6:48 PM Blogger Southern Fried Girl said...

I have no clue how to put links in my damn posts - truly have no clue how to do it in a comment.

Kami - would love to see Austin but have a bit of fam drama going on right now. Further posts shall make that clear. :)

 
at 8:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

Same thing with Vince Flynn books

Dennis

 
at 8:47 PM Blogger Mama Duck said...

Alright, I'll admit I've never even heard of James Patterson, but that could just be because I'm illiterate.

I will check that out and "A Million Little Pieces" that everyone raves about.

 
at 9:25 PM Blogger Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

I can’t remember reading James Patterson, although the name is familiar. I shall follow your advice.

 
at 9:48 PM Blogger MsPerdie said...

LOL!!! You're too funny! Thanks, by the way! ;)

 
at 10:46 PM Blogger hellokittn said...

*hover,hover*

Hey girl! Much love coming to you from "teh ATL"!!!!!!

Thanks for the suggestion on the reading material! I just finished the book I brought down for the plane ride (George Carlin's When Will Jesus Bring the Porkchops). Perhaps Barnes and Nobles will be able to fulfill my need to engage in a "truly unexpected, electrifying climax" (as described on amazon.com in regards to the riveting novel described here).


Links are made by formatting as follows... < a(insert one space here)href="www.yourspot.com" > text you want to use for the link here < / a > without all of the spaces in there.

hope that works

 
at 10:48 PM Blogger hellokittn said...

that looked terrible...

do the < symbol then "a href="url" then > symbol followed by the text you want to use as a link then the < symbol then /a then a > symbol

 
at 8:12 AM Blogger Lisa said...

I lurve Patterson as well...I recommend starting with the first Alex Cross book, (Along Came A Spider) they are better if you read them in order ...so you can follow the subplot of Alex's love life,lol!

www.jamespatterson.com

Lists the Alex Cross books in order.

I just discovered Patterson last year and read all the Alex Cross books and the newer "Womens Murder Club" series as well....

Cant wait for The 5th Horseman!

 
at 10:28 AM Blogger Jomama said...

I'm delurking. Hi :)

I read Kiss the Girls almost ten years ago and I never got around to finishing it. I really liked it too; I don't know why I stopped reading it.

 
at 10:05 AM Anonymous Katherine said...

Wahoo - you got me to comment again. Sorry I don't have a blog to link to! I need to do that. Per my last post - you know I love James Patterson - another one if you have not tried it is James Sanford or Sandford - he writes books that all have the word Prey in them (Mind Prey, Sudden Prey, etc). For Mama Duck - as of late there is a lot of controversy about a Million Little PIeces but I don't care - by far the best book I have read in a long time and I read it about 2 years before Oprah ever came out about it!!!

 

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