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THANKSGIVING: PLEASURE OR PERIL?

For all of us celebrating American Thanksgiving, I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend with friends and family.  As with every year – this year I am especially thankful for you, the best readers in the world! It may not be Thanksgiving Day where you live, but I still wish you a day full […]

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Read For Free Using A Virtual Library App!

Libraries are a wonderful concept, aren’t they? It’s estimated that the earliest libraries date back to 2600 BC. Even in the digital age libraries are still in style. In fact, there are several great ways that you can access my books from your local public library without leaving the comfort of your favorite reading chair. […]

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Congratulations, 2 Winners of Autographed Books!

Our #MidnightLine #JacktheReaper Contest, “Child & Capri: Better Together,” was a huge success! For those of you entered for a chance to win an autographed copy of The Midnight Line by Lee Child, and Jack The Reaper by yours truly. Today we are thrilled to announce the winners, chosen at random– Rosemary B. and Jennifer […]

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Libby Library App

The App That Lets You Read For Free

Recently, a friend was telling me how much she enjoys shopping in used bookstores. I appreciate the value of a hand-me-down and the thrills of perusing bookshelves for hidden gems. But in my opinion, there’s something even better than used bookstores— libraries. Did you know my books are available through libraries? The program that allows […]

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Bookworm Humor

Are You a SuperReader? (Lee Child is!)

I’ve always been a reader, of course. Since I was a child. Mom was a reader, and she passed that love of books on to me. I’ve never actually counted. But I probably consume more than 100,000 words a day, between keeping up on my email, social media, news sources, researching the book I’m currently […]

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Manatee Springs Florida

4 More Gorgeous Spots to Read in Florida

Since many of my mystery and thriller books are set in Florida, I told you last time about 3 of the best spots to read in Florida. But Florida has so much to offer, I couldn’t stop at three. Here are 4 more of the best spots in Florida for bookworms to settle in with […]

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The Bookworm’s Alternatives to Pokémon Go

You’re familiar with the smartphone game sensation “Pokémon Go,” right? I mentioned it last week when I was telling you about the wanted man who was caught while playing Pokémon Go outside a Michigan police station. Lesson learned? Don’t hang out at a police station if you’re wanted by law enforcement! It seems obvious … but […]

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Fatal Error Quote Italy

How Do You Like Your Coffee?

Something all great coffee drinkers have in common — we know how we like our coffee. How do you like your coffee? I like it hot. FBI Special Agent Kim Otto of my Hunt for Jack Reacher Thriller Series takes it black. Agent Gaspar likes his with heaps of cream and sugar. Investigative journalist Jess […]

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Fathers Day Humor

Father’s Day: May Your Apron Become Your Cape

What father figure in your life are you thinking of this Father’s Day weekend? Or maybe you are a father yourself. If so, Happy Father’s Day! Or maybe you are grateful for the man who is a father figure to somebody you love. Children remind us to look at things from a different perspective, don’t […]

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Review- Licensed to Thrill 3- Beach Read

Making the Most of Your Beach Reads

If you’re an avid reader, you’re probably familiar with the struggles associated with reading outside. The glare from the sun on the screen of the e-reader, the book’s pages getting wet while you’re floating around the pool, the eye exhaustion from squinting…the list goes on. That’s why it’s not surprising that a Floridian invented Coppertone […]

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