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I quite agree. One or two F-this or that, I can ignore. But I don't want it to be implanted too deeply into my mind!!!!

 

And "they went to the bedroom...and closed the door" is about as much voyeurism as I wish to participate in!!! Sheeeesh! Have some class!

 

 

MtRider ...one thing with audio books... it's difficult to fast forward and not miss some of what you ARE trying to read. <_<

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There is a free chapter sampler on Amazon. I got it, liked it and can't wait to get it when it comes out.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0122SBDJE?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_d_detailpage_o00_

 

And there is one review (a bad one cuz the person was upset about commas...)

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I skip over the hot and steamy too. I got a series of books on CD's the other month that I thought were going to be cute like the "Cat Who...." mystery series by Lillian Jackson Braun. These were dog mysteries and not cutsie. I can't even remember the titles. They were catchy and sounded good...at the time.

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It is like you said, without F bombs and raunchy parts to add spice, some publishers and readers will pass them over.

 

Rawles and maybe one or two others are good at keeping that stuff out or to a minimum.

 

Also, anyone that has a military background or that wants to write accurately about the military will use a lot of cuss word, because that's how the military talks. I know this first hand! Sex, not so much, but the US military is one of the biggest providers of porn around the world. Some authors may want their hero to be a type of James Bond, and be very handy with the ladies. Not so much for the plots sake, but the ego mostly.

 

And yes, I'll try my best to remind everyone about the book coming out on September 15th.

 

 

 

Robie

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Mt. Rider, CGA's was the LDS Preparedness Manual. I like it because I NEED lists etc. I can skim a lot of stuff if I think there is something valuable I can use in it especially an 'educational' book instead of a novel.

 

I didn't have any problems with Wormy's site. Thanks! I bookmarked it to read later. Here is the link I used. The chapters are over on the right hand side. I'm assuming I have the correct website. Correct me if I'm wrong

 

http://thisismesurviving.blogspot.com/2010/01/prologue.html

 

Love love love KathyinFL's stories. Here's a link to her profile with all of them: https://draft.blogger.com/profile/08161351589637201127

 

Mom's Journal of the Zombie Years is what got me hooked.

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I am so so sorry that I forgot to remind everyone that "One Year After" came out on the 15th.!!!

 

It's all my fault. The good news is, its out now.

 

 

Robie

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It came out on the 15th and now it's already the 23nd. and you didn't take time out of your busy day and away from your beautiful family to run over here and tell us! What were you thinking!

 

Hee-Hee....all is forgiven! I'm going to download it on my Kindle now. :sSig_thankyou:

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