Time to Relax With Summer’s New Mysteries

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I’ll admit that I have been lax in posting–overcome by summer heat and lethargy. But with a vacation ahead, I got busy looking for new mysteries to take along. I’m a fan of Scandinavian authors, so I quickly picked up the latest Jo Nesbo fare, The Thirst, in which Inspector Harry Hole hunts down a serial murderer targeting female victims …

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Join Mystery Gardeners in Rooting Out Evil

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Spring blossoms perfume the air, and the garden centers are crowded. Luckily, if you’re a mystery lover with a passion for gardening, the shelves are full of fiction to satisfy both interests! Sleuthing gardeners, or gardening sleuths, can find a kindred spirit in Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe, a food-loving armchair detective who is also an ardent cultivator of orchids; if …

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4 Ways To Get Revenge On Your Ex Without Going Crazy

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If you recently went through a nasty break-up and seriously considered picking up a baseball bat with the words “Hot Sauce” on the side and a canary yellow dress to dance through the neighborhood in, this list was made for you. Unfortunately, Beyonce’s Lemonade was just a music video, and it’s not actually acceptable to walk down the street smashing random car …

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Hill & McGraw Have Faith in Love

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Audrey Faith Perry, a.k.a. Faith Hill, was raised in the town of Star, 25 miles outside of Jackson, Mississippi. Brought up in a devout Christian household, along with her two older brothers by adoptive parents Pat and Edna Perry. Her first singing experience came as a child in her family’s Baptist church. As a young teenager, Hill learned to play …

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How to Avoid a Stalker While Visiting Online Dating Websites

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In present times, no one is oblivious to the power of the internet. From learning cooking recipes to making new friends online, there is no aspect of our lives that has been left untouched by the internet. It is the comfort and convenience of the net that has made it so popular worldwide. It is oh-so-convenient for everyone to sit …

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A Salute to Mother-Daughter Writing Teams

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Mother’s Day is coming, and it always has a bittersweet quality for me because my mother died right after Mother’s Day 16 years ago. My mother was not a writer, but she was well-read and critically observant, and I’m sure she could give me valuable advice on my writing if she were still here. So I am naturally envious of …

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Stranded With 5 Sex-Starved Guys!

  “Damn you, Melanie!” I cursed and hit the steering wheel for good measure. I trusted my friend and she draws a crazy map, one that led me right in the middle of—nowhere! And to make things worse, there were big rain clouds hovering over my little car, a car that wasn’t anything near to being a four-by-four, which was …

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How Does Stress Devastate Your Sex Life

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Each and every individual has a strong desire for sex and not getting the proper experience in it may turn out to be annoying. Although different people have varied levels of sex drives or libido, it is certain that all of them have definite sexual passions in his or her different ways. In the biological point of view, sex is …

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He Who Shall Not Be Named

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Dating is dead and hookup culture is ruining modern romance – declares every article on the internet right now. I, for one, can’t speak to what dating was like before a drunken hookup constituted a relationship building block. But I do think every experience is different. It’s true, I’ve called someone my boyfriend before we’ve ever gone on a proper …

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In Two Weeks I’ll Be Married…And I’m In Love With Another Man!

I’m head over heels in love with John Michael Courtney. My wedding date is set for two weeks from next Sunday. That’s exactly three hundred ninety-eight hours and thirty-two minutes from right now. I know because I’m counting. I’ve taken care of nearly all the details. I have one gown fitting left and my appointment is for twelve-thirty tomorrow afternoon. …

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