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    Quote Originally Posted by carrie's younger brother View Post
    I had not heard of this book before your mentioning it Shasta, but since you are a Chuck P. fan I thought I would check it out on Amazon. I read a few pages and liked what I read. I think I'll get it for my Kindle. Thanks!
    Glad I could help! Let me know what you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane Klekotka View Post
    Elements of Style.
    Along with On Writing by our gracious host and TEOS has an permanent place next to the computer or writing tablet.

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    Elmore Leonard's Ten Rules for Writing is a plus...the drawings therein made me smile. I might have the title wrong, but it is by Leonard.

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    I'm now halfway through Song of Susannah, very interesting....I can't wait to see how this one ends!

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    Just finished reading Wizard And Glass by SK himself. Now reading Alfred Hitchocock's Behind the Death Ball which is a author someone on these forums recommended me. It does seems pretty interesting. So, thanks to whoever recommended this to me.

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    Working on Heart Shaped Box currently. Having already read Horns, I think it's safe to say I'm officially a Joe hill fan!

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    I'm reading The Appeal by John Grisham. It's a very interesting story about a big personal injury verdict against a big chemical company who in turn is going to appeal and is (secretly) going to try and change the make-up of the state supreme court before the appeal is heard. The story is good but the characters are either very evil or very good. I wish the characters were more interesting and unpredictable.

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    Getting ready to start Double Feature, Owens new book.

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    Finished the Love Song of Jonny Valentine last night. Very, very good.

    I'm continuing my awful slog through Embassytown while waiitng for my Josie and Jack by Kelly Braffet to arrive, which should be today!

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    I finished "Heart-Shaped Box".

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