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So, QUICK is pretty much shut down at the moment. We were right in the path of Hurricane Michael (like so many others), and while the family is safe (pups, and parents), the house didn't fair as well. So, reading and blogging (as much as I adore it) have to take a back burner. My apologies to any tours or promised review dates...hopefully I'll be able to "reopen" one day, but it's just not in sight as of yet. Here's hoping your reading adventures continue on with no issues! Until we meet again, stay safe, check in from time to time, and happy reading!

Friday, September 9, 2011

Friday wishes and a Roving Reader find...

Hi there readers!
Happy Friday!
Today was actually going to feature a gust of fun from the fab "Be Nicholson's Agent" event but as the Sister Hazel band got in the way.  Still, no need to fret. Thanks to the wonders that are smartphones I can totally bring the fun (albeit in a slightly smaller way) anyway thus giving you something to look forward to tomorrow.  Sound good? ^_^  So if you haven't heard of the event, the prizes to be won, or the great author that is featured (even more so with the time of year, especially when reading choices turn to the darker side of things)...I suggest thee get acquainted. Just click on the link in the right side bar under contests. Be sure to check back tomorrow for a new scoop of horror-tastic fun.

I leave you now with a Roving Reader find that's sure to get you in the mood for a good classic scare (much like that aforementioned author)...with a twist that gives it not only further cover appeal but reader appeal as well ( just look inside the book at your local bookstore, you'll see what I mean).

The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar A Poe, illustrated by Gris Grimly

Cool, right?

Until next time....happy reading!


Juju at Tales of said...

O creepy good cover. Fine choice darling :)

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

poe and gris grimly are a good combo!

GMR said...

Juju: Agreed!

Carrie: Don't believe I had heard of the second name til I saw this...but from my quick looksie, I have to agree. ^_^

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