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Reading a Dean Koontz Novel from His Odd Thomas Series – I Had to Know How Koontz Did This – How Could a Protagonist in a Suspense Thriller Become the Subject of a Series – I Found Out –

My relaxation station is a love-seat with a bench that I use as a coffee table and footstool. Picture that. It works. I rest my feet on the bench and read books on my Kindle. This afternoon I read a Dean Koontz novel, one from his … Continue reading

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Composing a blog post, in my opinion, makes you a writer; therefore, this article, if it is read at all, will be read by writers. If you are not one of the writers listed in the title above, then maybe you … Continue reading

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