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review 2020-05-16 07:53
Love is Contagious : A Charity Anthology by J. Saman, J.L. Beck, C. Hallman, M.A. Foster, C.L. Matthews, Gabrielle G., Jolie Vines, Bella Emy, Amanda Siegrist, Casey Hagen, Jane Blythe, Mackenzie Lane, Brooke O'Brien, D.L. Gallie, Erin Lee, Nicole Rodri
Love is Contagious : A Charity Anthology - J. L. Beck,Casey Hagen,J. Saman




Love Is Contagious: A Charity Anthology by J. Saman

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Actions speak louder than words. Love is Contagious gets the ball rolling when it comes to sharing the love. From sassy to sensitive, sexy to heartwarming this anthology is an introduction to an emotion that is often taken for granted. With fresh eyes, an open heart and an open mind this group of authors prove that one act of kindness can leave it's mark on the world by sharing the love we can move mountains.

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review 2020-03-29 00:30
Another fun weekend buddy read
The Case Is Closed - Patricia Wentworth

I think I enjoyed this even more the second time around. Miss Silver was largely absent, which is a bit of a bummer, so there wasn't as much coughing in this one as might have been expected, but I really liked Hilary. She's loyal and feisty, and Henry will be more bearable after she knocks him off his high horse a few more times. Or at least, that's what I'm telling myself.


I do like Wentworth's lighthearted romantic sensibility. 

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text 2020-03-28 19:58
Reading progress update: I've read 30%.
The Case Is Closed - Patricia Wentworth

Seldom have I seen such unanimity on the odiousness of a character as the updates are showing directed towards Henry. I'd feel sorry for him if I, too, didn't find him utterly awful. Will he be redeemed by the end of the book? I really can't remember.


No Miss Silver yet.


I actually am finding the mystery quite intriguing, though. I've read enough of these in a short time that I can't remember whodunit or how it happened. I have a bit of a recollection, but I can't put it all together. 


I'm also reading The Burning Room by Connelly at the same time - alternating from hour to hour. And I've made a list of about a hundred ten to fifteen minute projects and I''m trying to do five or six of them a day (drawers to declutter, cabinets to empty & wipe out, etc). This morning I pulled everything out of corner cabinet with a pair of lazy susans that had some spills on it ages ago that I never bothered to clean up - I just took them out of service. I decided to clean them and put them back into service as my pantry, storing my rice, dried beans, etc. 


Next up I have four small drawers in my craft room that I don't even open because they are full of junk. Time to go through them & get rid of the stuff related to crafts I don't do any more and put them back into a full rotation as storage. That's the project for this afternoon.

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review 2017-04-02 02:20
Naughtiness is Contagious, An Orgy of Er... Naughtiness is Contagious, An Orgy of Erotic Poetry - C. R. Lemons
  A book of erotic poetry dealing with submission and domination. I enjoyed the feeling invoked by the poems. I especially liked Confession, Know Your Place, Subspace, To My Paris Dom, Good Boy, and Muse. I liked how photographs were interspersed through the book with the poems overlaid on them. Fun read!
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review 2016-11-11 15:56
Contagious (book #2)
Contagious - Scott Sigler

They’re back and they’re more determined to set up a base in the U.S but time is running out. This series takes right off where Infected left off with Perry hearing the triangles conversing; only something is different this time. The chatter is different this time and there is one voice which is dominating the conversation. Perry doesn’t want to confront this voice and the feeling is mutual as Chelsea is told to stay away from this powerful force who is trying to track her down. This is not the only struggle as there is a fight between saving the lives of the individuals who are infected and trying to preserve the modified triangles emerging out on infected individuals, around the country.   They can’t save both. Just how is this new strain of the virus being passed and how can they stop the bodies from piling up? With a young child leading the group, they seem to be winning this assault on the U.S., as Margaret and her team run from city to city, always one step behind.


Just like Infected, Scott Sigler produced a novel that had me racing through the paging just wondering if Margaret and her team were ever going to get the upper hand on the virus which was plaguing the country.   I felt that this novel was not as gory or shocking as the first novel in the series but it was more scientific and technical in explaining what was occurring. Margaret tried to take charge of the situation yet the virus had the upper hand. I enjoyed the tension, the excitement of the novel and having the return of some the same characters from Infected.  You could read this as a standalone novel as the author provides a brief intro of book one at the beginning but to get the full effect, I suggest reading the first book in the series.

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