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    I am exploring a new author named J.R. Rain. The book that I have just started is called Moon Dance. It is a vampire series. I pray it stays as far away from Twilightiness as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becks19 View Post
    I am exploring a new author named J.R. Rain. The book that I have just started is called Moon Dance. It is a vampire series. I pray it stays as far away from Twilightiness as possible.
    I like this author. I discovered him because of a kindle sale on amazon. The book looked interesting, so I purchased a book called Ghost Stories and the book contained 4 novels (1 each) from J.R.Rain, Aiden James, Gemma Halliday and Scott Nicholson. The J.R. Rain book was called The body Departed and was very good. As a matter of fact all 4 of the books were good. I plan on reading some more J.R. Rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fljoe0 View Post
    I like this author. I discovered him because of a kindle sale on amazon. The book looked interesting, so I purchased a book called Ghost Stories and the book contained 4 novels (1 each) from J.R.Rain, Aiden James, Gemma Halliday and Scott Nicholson. The J.R. Rain book was called The body Departed and was very good. As a matter of fact all 4 of the books were good. I plan on reading some more J.R. Rain.
    That is wonderful to hear. I am impressed with Rain's extensive body of work. The book I have also contains three novels,(I forget what others right this minute) and was free on Amazon. The book is called Rainy nights, with the first novel being Moon Dance. Thank you so much.!! I am now looking forward to diving into this book!!

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    Just finished The Face that Must Die, by Ramsey Campbell. I wasn't too thrilled by it--in fact, I enjoyed the author's afterword more than the actual book. Now on to book four of Game of Thrones. I took a long break since the last one, but it's nice to be back in that world again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becks19 View Post
    That is wonderful to hear. I am impressed with Rain's extensive body of work. The book I have also contains three novels,(I forget what others right this minute) and was free on Amazon. The book is called Rainy nights, with the first novel being Moon Dance. Thank you so much.!! I am now looking forward to diving into this book!!

    The other books contained in Rainy Nights are, Dark Horse and The Vampire With The Dragon Tattoo....Gotta love that last title!! ( all three of these are by Rain)
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    The Hunter From The Woods by Rick McCammon.

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    Just started NOS4A2 by Joe Hill. Can hardly put it down already.

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    That one will keep you up until you're done.

    Quote Originally Posted by danie View Post
    Just started NOS4A2 by Joe Hill. Can hardly put it down already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadamMack View Post
    That one will keep you up until you're done.
    That's good because I am starting NOS4A2 soon!

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    I read 11 22 63 last year and really thought it was great. During the last year, I have read so many positive reviews of the audible version, I put it on my list, and finally started it. The narrator is great at bringing the story characters to life.

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