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Tell us something about your reading--of In Her Name in particular and of Science Fiction or Fantasy

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Okay, this is very disturbing: the poll is showing that there are fewer people who want to see me with underwear on my head than are interested in sci-fi. What's up with that? Fortunately, however, the number of people who seem to want to keep an eye on me remains low, so I can perhaps cause some mayhem without too many catching on... ;D
 

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buddyswife said:
I've never joined in on a book klub before but i love talking about the books i read .. hopefully i can join in on this one if my Kindle gets here Friday as planned ..

if not i will have to run out and get the book if thats ok? ???
I never did a book club before the Outlander one (which I've been shamelessly slacking in - Gertie's gonna give me a kilt wedgie!), but they're lots of fun!

The dead tree version of In Her Name isn't available in brick and mortar stores at the moment, only on-line (here's the current retailer list). But hopefully your Kindle will arrive on time!

Even if it doesn't, almost all of the first week's reading is in the PDF sample from my author site. So you can just grab that if you need to. ;D

Glad to have ya and I'm really looking forward to this (despite the growing fear of getting a kilt wedgie or two!). LOL!

FOUR DAYS LEFT!!!
 

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Anju said:
You do know you have to furnish a "treat" - or at least a recipe that goes with the book???????
Hmm, I think I'm gonna have to wing that one: unlike Outlander, where there is yummy fare like haggis, the Kreelan Empire isn't known for its culinary treasures (mostly semi-raw meat!). But I'll see what I can come up with that mere humans such as ourselves might enjoy! ;D
 

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Betsy the Quilter said:
Although I will say in Outlander we're not eating haggis (I saw Mel Gibson eat haggis on I think the Tonight Show when he was promoting Braveheart, out of a can--bleah!) but sugar free muffins. I'll take crabcakes since you're in Annapolis!

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OMG - canned haggis?? Ugh!

On the other hand, even Kreelans would enjoy crabcakes!
 
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