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Buccaneer Blogfest: Week 3

I can't believe we are already starting week three. Time has flown by! For me anyway, and this week we are posting the last three books we have read and what list is on our KINDLE.

The last 3 books I read are:

Robin Hood by Tony Allen (out loud to my 8 year old son) 3 stars
Veil f Pearls by MaryLu Tyndall: SOLID 5 stars!
Make a Scene by Jordan E. Rosenfeld: SLID 5 stars!

My Kindle has to many books to list them all, so I let you know my recent downloads. I have not had a chance to read all of them, yet. Actually, I have only "thumbed" through a couple of them and read only one. So, no comments, only listing, okay?

The Busy Writer's One Hour Plot
How To Land and Keep an Agent
Wilde's Fire
The Emotion Thesaurus
Rivet Your Readers With Deep Point of View

So what are your favorite last three bed time stories? Let me know...

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Comments

  1. I have Wilde's Fire (and Army) and The Emo Thesaurus too:-) Love how you always have a theme going on your blog!

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    1. Thanks Jamie! I love changing my themes around along with my templates:)

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  2. I really should be reading more technical manuals. I think I will check a few of those out!

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    1. Wednesday I'll be posting my must have's! I almost love reading these more than the fiction I love writing...

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  3. I so need to get me a copy of The Emotion Thesaurus. Jealous you have.

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    1. It's been great, too. You definitely need to get it!

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  4. The Busy Writer's One Hour Plot
    How To Land and Keep an Agent

    Those two look good. I'm such a fiction addict that I rarely read craft books, but I should. Do blogs count?

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  5. I love Solid 5 Star books! Those are the ones I reread over and over and over and over. So glad there are e-readers, I use to wear books out! Now, I just wear out buttons :)

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  6. Downloading books to your Kindle is so easy and cheap, I too have a lot more on there than I can actually read!

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  7. Now I'm curious about Robin Hood--why only 3 stars? I looked it up on Amazon and almost no one's reviewed it. No sample reads--boo!

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  8. Will have to check out How to Land and Keep an Agent and Robin Hood, read aloud to your 8 yo? LOVE IT!

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