Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Tuesday Adventures

I am worn out and tired. Tired of watching over my shoulder and worrying about those under my protection. I am their alpha and I must do what I have to do. Some sort of evil is out to get me. It has set foot in my Denver hometown. I have to get to the bottom of this before anyone gets seriously hurt--or worse.

~ I currently am lost in the world of Kitty Norville in Kitty Raises Hell by Carrie Vaughn




A little tease from where I have been:
The first time Rick came to the New Moon, I had to invite him in. I shouldn't have had to.
~ pg 46 of Kitty Raises Hell by Carrie Vaughn

A little tease from what I have to look forward to this week:
Clay wakes up in the bathub, naked. He pulls himself up on his elbows: he's bone dry and so is the tub, and his bass guitar is perched upright on the toilet seat.
~ pg 86 of The Mechanics of Falling and Other Stories by Catherine Brady

24 comments:

  1. Great teasers, Wendy!
    I can't wait to read your reviews on them. :)

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  2. Those are awesome teasers. Ditto to Melody - I will anxiously await more info on these reads!

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  3. Kooks like you have some interesting reading going on. Enjoy!

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  4. I am loving your teasers...especially the one you have to look forward to!!

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  5. Those teasers are certainly intriguing. Happy reading!

    Here's my Teaser

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  6. Your teasers made me laugh. I haven't read any books in this genre. Maybe I need to give it a try. Any suggestion on which book I should read?

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  7. I really want to read that series.

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  8. Sounds good... I can't wait to read your reviews. They're always so good!

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  9. That second teaser sounds quite intriguing, and I'm not a big short-story reader!

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  10. Two great teasers! Clay intrigues me :)
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  11. I actually like Rick a lot better than I thought I would - I absolutely love the Kitty Norville series!! I'm starting to post my reviews tomorrow, and I'm hoping to do a giveaway too. Too bad we have to wait until 2010 for the next book in the series. :)

    Here's my Teaser about the lion and the lamb from Twilight! ~ Wendi

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  12. I was beginning to worry that you were talking about youself, then I realized it was just a teaser! Good one!

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  13. Very intriguing. Mine is here, http://zetor-mogsblog.blogspot.com/

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  14. sounds like an adventure!

    Have you read Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson series?

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  15. Oh! I have the whole Kitty Norville series to read in my TBR pile!

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  16. Argh! I'm trying to wait until I review the first four Kitty's before I read the last two but you bloggers are making it so hard!

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  17. Sounds like Clay had a rough night - is he cute?!

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  18. In Alaska reading the Kate Shugak series by Dana Stabenow.

    That production of Grease sounds like it was lots of fun! I'm w/you on Beauty School Dropout.

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  19. Maybe I'll switch from vampires to werewolves! Sounds like a good series. I've just left India and am about to take a trip to New Mexico.

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  20. Thanks for the Kitty teaser. I am looking forward to reading the series....one day its just another book on Mt TBR :)

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  21. Love the teaser.You always find a way to make every book sound wonderful.
    Now to add the books to my wish list.

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  22. Thank you everyone for stopping by and commenting! I really appreciate it.

    Diane - I don't think I've ever been called a kook before. LOL

    Mary - It depends on what you are looking for. Charlaine Harris' Southern Vampire series is one of my favorites. It's light and fun. Then there is Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files, which is darker, but just as fun. Starting with Kitty and the Midnight Hour would be good too. Or try Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series--you get a variety with her books because the main characters vary, depending on the book.

    Kaye - No, I haven't but her series is on my list to try.

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