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text 2017-04-27 03:23
Starting: Don't Look Away
Don't Look Away - Leslie A. Smith

Don't Look Away

by Leslie A. Kelly



First sentence of the book:

Leanne Carr tried to keep her eyes open through her murder.







Roll #4: (See Also: Fourth Roll Activities)
The MC, Veronica Sloan is a police detective.

Page Count:  323
Cash Award:  +$3.00

Bank Balance:  $30.00 upon completion of this read












Source: anicheungbookabyss.blogspot.com/2017/04/starting-dont-look-away.html
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quote 2017-04-23 20:00
And it sounds so easy in the stories, even when it’s not. Even when there are millions of obstacles, heroes know exactly what to do. There is always a way out. But the problem with real life is, there is not. And storytellers, you know what their problem is? There are millions of worlds in their heads. They know magic, and love, and hatred, and they have a metaphor for every feeling you can imagine. As tellers, they are fantastic. But when they become characters, it changes completely.

The Storyteller by Andrea Tomić

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quote 2017-04-12 21:32
I do things like get in a taxi and say, "The library, and step on it.”

—David Foster Wallace

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quote 2017-04-06 23:46
"I don’t think beer is the answer,” I told him, dropping two Tylenols into his palm for his five A.M. dose.

“It’s the answer if the question is ‘What’s cold and delicious and makes ya forget that ya feel like your head’s about to explode?'"

—Molly Harper

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quote 2017-04-05 16:07
By now, it is probably very late at night, and you have stayed up to read this book when you should have gone to sleep. If this is the case, then I commend you for falling into my trap. It is a writer's greatest pleasure to hear that someone was kept up until the unholy hours of the morning reading one of his books. It goes back to authors being terrible people who delight in the suffering of others. Plus, we get a kickback from the caffeine industry...

—Brandon Sanderson

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