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What cha reading?

On my author Facebook page, we do a roundup of all the books we've been reading over the last week. I'm always amazed at how many readers pause and comment on other posts. It's like going to the bookstore with a bunch of friends. "Hey, I've read this book and it's great." Friend #1 picks up IT'S RAINING CATS AND DOGS, A MEMOIR OF A HUMANE SOCIETY MANAGER "Really? I've thought about it but I was concerned that it didn't have enough puppies in the plot." Friend number two touches the cover which has two cats and a puppy. "More than enough puppies..." The first friend assures her. And with that one conversation, a book is hand sold from one reader to the next. And isn't that the best way to fi

A new cover - SLAY IN CHARACTER

Today kicked off right with a cover reveal on Dru's Book Musing. I so love this cover and it's getting great comments from readers. So what do you think? Staying in character can be murder when Cat Latimer and the members of her writers’ retreat head for a ghost town . . . Cat and the members of her writers’ retreat have just arrived in Outlaw, Colorado, an “Old West” tourist town complete with inhabitants dressed up as famous figures from history. But this authentic slice of Americana takes a murderous turn when a college student masquerading as a 19th-century saloon girl becomes history herself. Was she the intended target? Or did she take a hit meant for someone else? With a cast of suspe

Fitting in a little fun

I don't know about your schedule, but mine's pretty booked. But all work and no play makes Jack an axe waving maniac. I took last weekend off and went down south. We camped at an off road ranch with acres of trails. But it wasn't all riding. There was plenty of time to sit in the new lawn chairs and, well, just relax. I got some reading in. Spent some quality time with the Cowboy and the boys. And had some fun. This week, I'm going to the theatre after work with a buddy. Phantom of the Opera. So excited to see the classic story. From trail riding to theatre, my life is a series of contrasts. Just the way I like it.... Lynn #PhantomoftheOpera #Trailriding #trails #fun #LynnCahoon #LynnColli

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