Sunday, April 17, 2011

Let's kick some _____

A**...  feathers off... angel's booty...  Take your pick.

Um, wait... most of you may not know what I am talking about so let me back up.

First off there is a free Kindle at stake for you, my loyal reader (explained at the end of this post), but for us authors?   We are locked in mortal combat for Blog Tour de Force's: Cage Match.

You see I am in a good spirited (well, at least I am pretending to be good spirited, we shall see by the end of the day) competition against a very good friend of mine and co-founder of the Indie Book Collective, Amber Scott.

That's right, Amber and I are going mano-e-mano today, (virtually of course, because let's face it, if it were in person I would have thrown in the white flag already and gone out for lasagna).

She's got her paranormal romance thriller "Fierce Dawn." #okay #Iwillgiveherthatitisagreattitle

Sure, Fierce Dawn is exciting.  And okay, I will give her that her cast of characters are really interesting... and fine... the sexual tension is crackling... and she's got angels and vampires and changelings duking it out for the future of mankind...

But come on, we are talking about her going up against "Plain Jane."


Dark, gritty, intense.  "Plain Jane" has am FBI profiler nearly as deadly as the serial killers he hunts.  As to sexual tension, as one one reviewer put it "suddenly dysfunctional never sounded so sexy."  To say that the profiler and his ex-partner can generate some heat... well... you'll just have to read it to see for yourself.

When I asked my main character, Kent Harbinger, about our odds against Amber's angels and vampires, he said "Give me a pair of silver tweezers.  I'll take them both out."  And he would. #duh

After all "Plain Jane" is a Patterson-style thriller with a dash of Hannibal.  All's I am going to say is that Harbinger can bring it. #andisntafraidto #gothere

So embrace your dark side and comment below about why "Plain Jane" should win today's match and as a thank you, win a free eBook copy of "Plain Jane."

But that's not all!  Every comment also gets you entered into the free Kindle give-away!

Want to really amp up your chance to win that free Kindle?  Once you get the links/codes to Plain Jane, find your favorite passage (from anywhere past the first few chapters), come back and tell us about it in the comments and get 5 extra entries to win the free Kindle!

Wanna to double that?  Just send a friend to this blog today and if they leave a comment about "Plain Jane" and mention you as a referrer, you both get 5 extra entries!  #PlainJaneRocks

Then to just make this a crazy, crazy Cage Match, I will be giving out $5 Amazon gift cards randomly through the day to commenters!  Yes, this is your lucky day :-)

Please remember to leave me some easy way to contact you in your comment (twitter handle, FB name, email address written out long hand... such as craftycmc at aol dot com to fool the bots) otherwise I can't get you your free eBook, entries into the Kindle and $5 gift cards.

And if you want to get a free copy of Amber's "Fierce Dawn" head over to her blog... tomorrow!  You know, after I've won the match today ;-) #notatallcompetitive

Also, head onto the your preferred social media platform and feel free to hand out some smack talk about "Fierce Dawn."  #Ambercantakeit

Thanks so much for reading and thanks for being a part of #TeamPlainJane

221 comments:

  1. I know I'm not the only reader tired of paranormal everything. Vampires, zombies, witches, sorcerous students. Enough already! "Plain Jane" doesn't exactly sound like a walk through the flowers, but if you can promise no one will order pizza through the ether or show their true nature by a sparkly aura, you get my vote!

    mamasylvia on FB

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  2. I'm never tired of good criminal mysteries. And Patterson is among my favourite authors, so that makes my vote for you today. I have been wanting to read Plain Jane for some time now, just never get the time to organise it. It is a nice opportunity here.

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  3. You're getting my vote for several reasons;

    1. because romance with vampires makes me queasy
    2. I love a good thriller
    3. I'm a sucker for writers with entertaining blog posts and
    4. Your main character sounds like he's handy in a non conventional way with tweezers and that makes me want to know what he gets up to!

    bookishardour (at) gmail (dot) com or @DutchCreamPuff on Twitter

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  4. Okay, I absolutely loved Plain Jane! It was fast-paced with so many unpredictable twists and turns and the ending caught me by surprise. A must read!

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  5. I am convinced already! I am sending emails to my friends right now and sending them this link so I can win and you win and we both win! I loved Patterson books so I know I will love Plain Jane. Makes sense!

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  6. I trust these other guys above me and you make a very convincing argument and so now I really want to read your book! You seem like a very competitive person... we will get along well. :D

    It's {baffledbooks at gmail dot com} by the way, I need me some awesomesauce!

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  7. oooh, I love me some dark gritty reading. Sounds like a winner to me.

    @notefromlapland twitter

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  8. I love dark, gritty, & intense! Sounds like my kind of read! Love the book cover too. Kind of mysterious.
    Sue B
    katsrus(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. Paranormal Romance may be all the rage now, but there is such a thing as overkill.. And sparkling vampires with teen angst just put me over the edge. But keeping it real with a crime thriller sounds like a nice change of pace.. And the blog is just A-1 (the sauce of awesomesauce)

    on Twitter @Grae42

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  10. I am a big fan of dark, gritty and intense. Those are the type of books that keep me reading, the kind of story that I can't put down, I have to read until I find out how the story ends. The book cover really caught my eye, love it.

    skpetal at hotmail dot com

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  11. I'm interested in anyone who can take out a vampire with a pair of tweezers…

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  12. Plain Jane and Tweezers? How hot and what a great twist!!

    katrus referred me!!

    nblack at twcny dot rr dot com

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  13. You are new to me, so I'm glad to be here to find a new author to read. I see you are over 45 with a chihuahua, me too... Nuff said! Thanks for the chance to check you out.
    janeencerrito at yahoo dot com

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  14. i loved Plain Jane and gave it an excellent rating! c",)

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  15. Hi Carolyn! All I have to say is Plain Jane rocks! #andthensome. This books had me sitting at the edge of my seat, with the lights on, turning page after page, anticipation building. I've never been one to bite my nails, but this book put the urge in me. Well done. Best wishes for Blog Tour de Force.

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  16. Oh this sounds really interesting! I can't wait to check it out!

    tweet me! @anyakelleye

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  17. Plain Jane definitely has the scariest cover - Fierce Dawn will take one look and run and hide, forfeiting by default.

    kolists a/t gmail dt com

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  18. Plain Jane is at the top of my TBR pile, can't wait to dig into it!!

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  19. Thank you so much!
    I went to your website (looks great BTW) and could not find an easy way to contact you. Just let me know and I will get you your free eBook copy of "Plain Jane!"

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  20. You are very welcome and if you give me an easy way to email you, I will get you your free eBook copy of "Plain Jane." :-) #cantwait

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  21. Ohhhhhh. This is my kind of book. Hopefully next on my TBR list.

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  22. Awesome! Couldn't have put it better myself! I sent you your copy. Let me know that you received it :-)
    And I followed you on twitter as well!
    Thanks for making those links so easy to follow! :-) :-) :-)

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  23. Ah! Thank you so much! I really appreciate it! And anyone who is looking for a great book reviewer to help them decide which indie book is worth it, she is your gal! :-) #andnotjustbecauseshelikedPlainJane :-)

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  24. Fantastic! Just be sure to leave some way for me to email you your copy and get you entered into the $25 Amazon gift card give away :-)

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  25. Plain Jane sounds right up my alley. Suspense, fascinating characters - absolutely. I NEED a kindle, too. Reading ebooks on the laptop just isn't cozy!

    P.S. I'm enjoying "Fated"!

    okaybyme at gmail dot com
    Compost Happens
    http://compostermom.blogspot.com

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  26. I think the "Hannibal" comment alone is enough to win you a smackdown. :-)

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  27. Just winged "Plain Jane" your way (along with some other little surprises :-)

    And your order of awesomesauce on the side has been delivered! :-) :-) :-)

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  28. Just @ you on the stream. Simply follow me then DM me your email address and I will get "Plain Jane" to you ASAP :-)

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  29. This book sounds very intriguing. It's my kind of story!

    lauralynnelliott at yahoo dot com

    Btw, this is the first time anyone has ever explained why we should spell out "at" and "dot". LOL

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  30. Just sent Plain Jane along with some other goodies! Thanks so much for commenting! #yourock :-)

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  31. You are you are side of totally-fantastic jam on the side! Sent you a DM, just send back your email (I know I should have it, but can't find it :-)

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  32. Plain Jane is on its way to you now! And thanks for the cover props. I love it too #wishIlookedlikethat :-)

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  33. Plain Jane looks like a very thrilling read!! I also love the cover. It would catch my attention at the bookstore!! This is going to be a fun blog tour!! Good luck on your cage match.

    Judy (magnolias_1[at]msn[dot]com
    mag

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  34. As you should :-) Just give me an easy way to contact you (Twitter, email, psychic) and I will get Plain Jane to you ASAP :-)

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  35. You should have Plain Jane within moments! Thanks for supporting an indie... and especially me #cuzIamcompetitivelikethat :-)

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  36. I have "Plain Jane" on my Amazon wish list! It looks really good. Hands down, you're going to win! Vampire books are good in small doses, but there's something about serial killers that we can never get enough of. A mix of FBI profiler and serial killer, guaranteed to be a good read!

    debbie underscore griffith at hotmail dot com

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  37. We are totally going to get along! #theChihuahuainmybraagrees :-) Just sent Plain Jane! #enjoy!

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  38. Ah, but the tweezer are to pull out each little feather from Eliajah's wings :-) #hewouldenjoythatIthink :-)
    Thank you for the super awesome review as well!

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  39. Thank you so much doll and if anyone does like paranormal romance (because hey, I want to win, but still love the PNR) you should check out @parayournormal on Twitter. Kelli does an amazing job on that stream keeping you up to date on all things PNR! For mystery/thrillers check out @ThrillersRockT :-)

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  40. LOL! Sounds like an exciting day and match coming up today! Plain Jane sounds like a great read!

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

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  41. Just sent you a DM sweetie. And thanks for the luck. With commenter like yourself I am a shoe in! #okaymaybenotshoein #butyougetmypoint :-)

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  42. Thanks! I love the bloody fingerprint behind the "P" :-) Just sent you Plain Jane. Can't wait to hear what you think :-)

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  43. Can't wait to hear what you think! If everyone didn't know Miranda is one of the IBC's top reviewers. She #ROCKS #OUTLOUD

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  44. oh my! that's bad. lol. poor Elijah. c",)
    and you're very much welcome! i'm taking my time with Fated or i'd gorge myself like those bloody Romans do. lol

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  45. Me too! Just give me an easy way to contact you (Twitter, email, carrier pigeon) and I will get you "Plain Jane" ASAP :-)

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  46. Plain Jane is on its way! And LOVE# #composthappens #maystealit :-)

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  47. Ya, "Fierce Dawn" has no idea what hit her! LOL Doll, just give me your twitter handle or email and I will get you a slice of Harbinger, with a side of awesomesauce :-)

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  48. Plain Jane is on its way! And I am so glad I can be both entertaining and educational!!! :-) LOL

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  49. Sent Plain Jane along! Thanks so much and I hope you enjoy the other days of Cage Match as well! :-)

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  50. Plain Jane is on its way to you! Hope you enjoy #byenjoyImeansquirm :-)

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  51. I loved Plain Jane... already read it and reviewed it at rakestrawreads.com. Just wanted to stop by and give you a bit of support! :) reikibirth at gmail dot com

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  52. Color me warped, but I love serial killer / profiler stories, especially late at night when the house is all quiet and dark. Good luck on the cage match.

    dreamsgate at clearwire dot net

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  53. Kent sounds like my kind of man....ill be reading this for SURE!!
    tristan210(at)live(dot)ca

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  54. I guarantee if you google P T Withington, that's me. Or, just email ptw@pobox.com.

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  55. I'm currently reading Plain Jane and it's absolutely great! Good luck on the cage match!

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  56. I love a good FBI thriller...

    carolewooten at sbcglobal dot net

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  57. OK the part where he has his hands in the victim. OMG! What a way to set up the profiler! :) #yourock

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  58. On it's way! Can't wait to hear what you think of "Plain Jane." :-)

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  59. Thanks so much! You did not put a www on your webpage so it didn't go through, but for everyone, here is the link to her review (March 13th) http://www.rakestrawreads.com/
    :-)
    And thanks so much for reviewing and voting for me! #youtock :-)

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  60. A copy of PLAIN JANE would make my morning! I mean, afternoon. :-)

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  61. Can't wait to get my hands on a good FBI profiler novel. A little more realistic than vampires.
    christygibbon at gmail dot com

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  62. Ok, if you are warped, I am... warped beyond recognition! Just sent Plain Jane, can't wait to hear what you think!

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  63. Oh he is! #wait #maybeIwanthimformyself :-)

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  64. Your book sounds intriguing & right up my alley! Would love to read it! I'm personally a little bit over the whole vampires trend but I'm sure Amber's book is awesome as well. Good luck in the Cage Match!

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  65. Ah, thanks! If you would like another book of my instead of Plain Jane, just leave me your twitter handle or email!

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  66. Should be in your in-box! Thanks again!!! #loveagoodthrillertoo :-)

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  67. No YOU rock... #waitaminute #itismyday #IDOROCK :-) See you later this week on your day #thenYOUwillrockagain :-)

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  68. Plain Jane is winging its way to you, to save the day #duh :-)

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  69. Should be in your in-box doll. Hope you enjoy! :-)

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  70. Great! Just leave me either your twitter handle or email and I will get it to you ASAP :-)

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  71. Just done reading 30 Pieces which had my heart tripping tripple times. If Plain Jane is half as awesome you will win hands down. Just bought Hearts's boold and cant wait to get my hands on Plain Jane. You rock caro.
    Maurene dot Simms at gmail dot com

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  72. You rock Caro and you will win the battle today. Just done reading 20 Pieces and I am hooked. Plain Jane will certainly head my list on my next trip to Amozon.

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  73. Thanks! I appreciate it :) Can't wait to read it - my Twitter handle is @twisted_writer

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  74. Fantastic! Not that I don't love a sale, but if you give me either your twitter handle or email, I will get you a free copy of Plain Jane! :-) Plus I would love to talk more 30 Pieces :-)

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  75. I love taking a break from vampires and getting into some real human thrillers. I think Plain Jain sounds right up my alley!

    JaidisShaw at yahoo dot com

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  76. A Patterson-style thriller with a dash of Hannibal?..Can't go wrong there! "Plain Jane" sounds like a terrific read!

    Thank you for referring me Jaidis Shaw!!

    gsmack01 at msn dot com

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  77. You should be getting your copy within moments :-)

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  78. That would be great! Thanks so much!
    kimvanaken (at) live (dot) nl

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  79. Can't wait to hear what you think! :-) :-) :-)

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  80. Sounds great! I can't wait to read it!

    ccjacksonbooks at gmail dot com

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  81. "Plain Jane" ROCKS! I already have my copy, thank you very much...I am a sucker for a good serial killer book/tv show/movie. Maybe that is why I have trouble meeting the right guys!

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  82. Oops, nervous finger, suddenly found myself in the 'Dumb Facebook' comments and was confused as heck!

    Found my way back here finally to say that I'm looking forward to meeting plain Jane as she has stirred my curiosity!

    pmccallum99 at yahoo dot com

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  83. You shouldn't have to wait long, just sent you the links to Plain Jane :-)

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  84. You and me both! :-) #itnowexplainssomuch :-)

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  85. No worries! Just sent you the links! Hope you enjoy! :-) :-) :-)

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  86. Loved Plain Jane! Kept me up late, because I didn't want to put it down! Can I go ahead and post a favorite passage now? Hard to narrow it down to one, but here goes:

    "Kent nudged the meat with his spatula as it sizzled and crackled. Nicole wasn't going to be too thrilled by his selection, but hey, he had to use what was on hand."

    Not fair to make me choose between you two! So I'm going to say I want it to be a draw!

    cbandy10(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  87. I know, I love Amber...but you know..,. I need to see her go down :-) LOL

    Nope, you extra entries have been tabulated! :-)

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  88. Plain Jane definitely sounds interesting. Will definitely have to read it and see. Good luck!

    iqb99@yahoo.com

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  89. I cannot wait to read Plain Jane...it's sounds like an intense read! I'm jackiechanel09 on Twitter :) and livedreamwritejc at gmail dot com

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  90. Really, I just think that "Plain Jane" is a fabulous title... #TeamPlainJane ftw!

    Okay, so the deadly FBI guy and the tension with ex partner thing is almost a good as cookies...

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  91. You know, selecting my gmail id edivently doesn't give you my email. Bah, humbug...

    kikigirl (at) gmail (dot) com

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  92. I enjoyed reading "Plain Jane" - fun how there was some ambiguity early on about just how dangerous the FBI profiler might be himself.

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  93. Plain Jane should win because 1.)the author was my friend:) and 2.) her writing is superb:)

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  94. mkavanagh2 at cox dot net

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  95. It is on its way! Refer friends to comment and get extra entries into the Kindle drawing! :-)

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  96. You should have Plain Jane within moments! Thanks so much for commenting! :-)

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  97. Got it now though, doll. Plain Jane should be to you in seconds :-)

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  98. Thanks so much! If you want another book of mine in place of Plain Jane, just leave your email :-)

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  99. Ah! Thanks so much! :-) I love having a fan club of such awesome peeps :-) #humbled

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  100. Oh, how dastardly to make us choose. I love paranormal romance, BUT I also love dark and gritty serial killer novels. Have I mentioned what I do for a living? I'm an official court reporter. Occasionally, we handle murder cases. Always interesting. Had an FBI metallurgist testify once. That was cool.

    I already have a Kindle, but good luck with the whole competitive match!

    ReneeRearden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  101. Plain Jane should win because an FBI profiler

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  102. If Plain Jane is as good as your other stories - I cannot wait to read it. I am glad I got to sign up to receive your email / blog. How to you take two great stories and choose - I am a glutton for books - so I will have to read them both!!!!!! Thanks for your efforts
    dz59001@gmail.com

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  103. Plain Jane should win because angels have nothing on an FBI profiler and serial killers.

    lordreblik(at)gmail(dot)com

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  104. I know, I know, but luckily it is only for today and you can do PNR tomorrow :-) LOL

    I have sent you "Plain Jane." I hope it lives up to your experience :-) :-) ;-) LOL

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  105. So very true! If you want that free eBook, just leave your twitter handle or email :-) :-) :-)

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  106. Ah, such kind words! I know that Plain Jane will live up to them! :-)

    You should receive Plain Jane in scant seconds :-)

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  107. You should be getting it any moment :-) Thanks again for commenting :-) #appreciateit :-)

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  108. I didn't even notice I accidentally posted this, hmm.

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  109. Just sent you the links and the down low! Thanks again for commenting :-)

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  110. I appreciate your 7/8-mad profiler. He reminds me of scientists and engineers I've worked with. And he doesn't make me squeamish at all. My series has a brutal, brilliant sociopathic villain who is just as good at solving murders as he is at covering them up. He could probably be on the same side of the law as Kent Harbinger. In some police departments today, he probably is. :-)

    Suzanne Adair

    suzanneadair at gmail dot com

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  111. Favorite passage? Hmm, that's tough. By the time I got to chapter 30, when Harbinger pulls out the red marker, I was laughing. Black humor, you know.

    Suzanne Adair

    suzanneadair at gmail dot com

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  112. I always go for the gritty thriller before romance:) Plain Jane is my pick this time:) Thanks for entertaining me :)
    twitter handle: earthwindwalker
    facebook profile www.facebook.com/earthwindwalker
    email address wolfwhisper at gmail.com

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  113. Hi Cristyn,

    Plain Jane does sound awesome! After reading 30 pieces of silver, I know I'm in for a great read!

    shiderly77(at)yahoo.com

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  114. Plain Jane should win because you're a wonderful author, we're twitter buddies and we both have chihuahuas! Can't wait to read it. ljszab at yahoo dot com

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  115. Eileen (Books R Us)April 18, 2011 at 3:42 PM

    I loved 30 Pieces of Silver!! I cannot wait to read Plain Jane

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  116. Eileen (Books R US)April 18, 2011 at 3:44 PM

    Forgot Email

    Eileen at booksrusonline dot com

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  117. Yes, genius and madness often sit very close together :-)

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  118. Yes, genius and madness often sit very close together :-)

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  119. I am sorry.. is there any other kind of humor :-) LOL :-)

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  120. Does commenting again help your cause? :) I'm already 38 pages into Plain Jane and love it so far. I only stopped reading to work on #amwriting #goodstuff

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  121. Thanks so much for commenting! I have sent you the links for "Plain Jane!" I hope you enjoy #inagruesomekindofway :-)

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  122. Sounds like a real page-turner. The FBI and a serial killer -- what's not to like?

    lord1912 (at)yahoo.com

    Don't know if I'll be able to download it, as I don't have a Kindle and I'm on dialup, unfortunately.

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  123. Plain Jane should win because if I hear one more vampire/angel/changeling spiel before True Blood comes back on I will lose my sh$&! Its like foreplay with no finish! I need some good FBI crime solving to take my mind of those paranormals!

    Twitter: QueenSuchnSuch

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  124. Plain Jane should for sure win, as thrillers are way better than romances any day. tivolimom at gmail dot com. Good Luck!

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  125. Gotcha covered! Plain Jane should be in your in-box! :-)

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  126. Thank you so much! And right back at ya #althoughChiefdoesntlikemetalkingaboutotherChihuahuas :-)

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  127. I am so glad! I was about to ask for your email but I see you put it up above! Awesome! :-)

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  128. Okay thanks for the links..will put in my to be read/reviewed pile:)

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  129. No additional comments don't help but strong arming someone into commenting does #kidding #notreally #Iamauthorizingextrememeasures :-) LOL
    Seriously though, thanks for popping back. I'll give you 5 extra entries for your thoughtfulness :-)

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  130. There should be a format for everyone #evendialup :-) If not let me know and I can figure something else out :-)

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  131. HI Caro my email address is Maurene dot Simms at gmail dot com.
    30 Pieces of Sliver was truly a great ride but with an unusual twist at the end, caught me by surprise. A couple of loose threads that I would like to talk about some more and I am so looking forward to the sequel. As a die-hard romantic the sequel must of a truth have a more satisfying end Rebeca and Brandt, their electricity sizzle off the pages, heck off the charts.

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  132. You and me BOTH! :-) :-) :-) Thanks for all the support on the stream as well :-)

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  133. Couldn't agree more! :-) Thanks for the comment. Just sent you your links for Plain Jane :-)

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  134. Caro, would love to get Plain Jane, my contacts are Maurene dot simms at gmail dot com.

    Got a bit surprised at the ending of 30 pieces of silver. I think there a few loose ends that need finality. What a twist with the relationship between Reb and Brandt, took some getting used to after being disappointed, but this way I am sure the electricity will continume to sizzle off the page and off the charts given the ..hmm shall we say challenges?. Good read all around.

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  135. I am soooo glad this comes in electronic form. As a technoweenie, I thoroughly enjoy a good hot sex, FBI mystery thriller.

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  136. This sounds like a very good book and I look forward to reading it.

    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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  137. I'm just putting my vote in for Plain Jane. #pureawesomeness Kick some serious *ss!

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  138. Thanks so much! Hope you enjoy Plain Jane as much! :-) Just sent you the codes :-)

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  139. Great! Just need your twitter handle or email and I will get you the links ASAP ;-)

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  140. I look forward to hearing how you liked reading it :-) Thanks for the comment :-)

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  141. Thanks so much! Especially coming from a guy! #intheminoritytoday :-)

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  142. I love thrillers and this sounds like a great one :-)

    smaccall @ comcast.net

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  143. Hi Carolyn, looks like you're having a good day here on the tour. Looking forward to watching the week play out. I'm warming up on the heavy bag while I wait for my turn. Ka-pow! Woot woot!

    Ann Charles

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  144. I love dark & gritty; looking forward to staying up late with Plain Jane!

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  145. Paranormal Romance? What a waste! I'll go for Plain Jane, thank you very kindly!

    sdrennon at satx dot rr dot com

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  146. Can't wait to hear what you have to say! Just sent the links :-) :-) :-)

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  147. Get your typing fingers ready girlfriend! :-) #lotsandlotsofcomments :-)

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  148. Just remember to keep the lights on! :-) LOL

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  149. Then you've got Plain Jane! Just sent the codes :-)

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  150. Can't wait to hear what you think! :-) :-) :-)

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  151. Plain Jane definitely has my curiosity piqued! Anything that says "brunettes beware" will catch my interest. As a natural brunette, I can't help but wonder what that could possibly mean! Can't wait to curl up with Plain Jane and find out! :)

    @Pencil_to_Paper

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  152. all I am gonna say is after reading 30 Pieces of Silver, I would buy your next SHOPPING list, woman. Your writing kicks ass, and I can't wait to get my hungry little paws on Plain Jane.
    @aspiringmama

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  153. Plain Jane should win because you said it's got a dash of Hannibal...scary stuff. Pretty angels should be afraid. Very afraid.

    sydgill99 at gmail dot com

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  154. Sounds like an awesome book! I'm commenting here :) I hope it still counts only 8:49 pm at my house, so you're still in the running :) I'd love to read this book at some point--

    GraceKrispy@MotherLode blog

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  155. Awww no, I missed the timeline being over here in the UK!!! *doh* never mind, I really look forward to reading Plain Jane - it sounds like an awesome book and a welcome relief from chicklit ;o) Just off to spread the word on Twitter as @moonpoppy

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  156. Oh, I forgot to include my email. so, here it is:
    forestlove@abv.bg
    http://phoenix-em.com/mariyakoleva

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  157. REFERER GILBERTO GALVEZ. The sexual tension between FBI profile and his partner sounds way more interesting than one with vampires, humans, and angels. That would be one freak orgy.

    luis.aka.nando(at)gmail(dot)com

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  158. Hi, Carol.. Just want you to know that I have not received my copy of your book. Do I need to type in here my email address? Please let me know. Thanks so much.

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  159. I'm a bit scared because of the Hanibal reference but I'm curious as well so, here I am.

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  160. Your book sounds interesting!! I have added it to my TBR list, can't wait!!

    jgrissum AT msn DOT com

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  161. I just sent you message via Twitter! Can't wait for you to read Plain Jane as well! :-)

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  162. Ah, you are too kind! Can't wait to hear what you think of Plain Jane! :-)

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  163. Couldn't agree more! You should be getting Plain Jane any second! ;-) :-) :-)
    Thanks so much for commenting ;-)

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  164. Thanks so much for putting me over the top! I sent you a message via twitter to get your email so I can get you your copy of Plain Jane! :-)

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  165. Just sent you a DM on twitter! Will get that book to you ASAP ;-)

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  166. Couldn't agree more! You should have Plain Jane in a few short moments! Can't wait to hear what you have to say :-)

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  167. Great. I am sure I have your email somewhere but to expedite things, if you could email me (it is my handle at aol dot com) I can get you Plain Jane... super fast :-)

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  168. Can't wait to hear what you think either! :-) You should have Plain Jane in your in-box right about now :-)

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  169. This sounds like something both my wife and I will enjoy.

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  170. How did the extra drawings go?

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  171. The ones you mentioned in your email. :)

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  172. Deb

    Hi, Carol.. Just want you to know that I have not received my copy of your book. Do I need to type in here my email address? Please let me know. Thanks so much...

    Ok, I will just type my email in here and hope that you get to read this...chismis1965(at)yahoodotcom


    Thanks, hope I get to read your book soon. My fault, I should have left my email address before.

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  173. First of all, Happy Easter! May your life be full of blessing and joy!
    This is just to let you know that I haven't received the copy of Plain Jane yet. :-) #cantwait

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  174. Hi, Carolyn.
    Many thanks, I received the copy. In fact I received the whole lot ;-) Thanks again. I will definitely write reviews. I am currently reading your "Fated" to review. So, no worries.
    Although you didn't exactly win this time, I am sure that many victories lie ahead, as you are a brilliant author!
    Thanks again and best wishes!
    M.

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  175. I missed out on getting the free e book Plain Jane. It sounds quite intriguing, and I really want to read it. here is my e mail so that you can send me a copy. Thanks so much.
    Tehenita@gmail.com

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  176. OK, I give in. I'm scared it'll spook me but I'm going to try it.
    mariebwolf (at) laposte (dot) net

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  177. Your book sounds interesting! Enjoyed Hannibal and Patterson books. Sounds like I will enjoy this one too!

    email is: punkinrules at gmail dot com (punkinrules@gmail.com).

    Thanks

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  178. Plain Jane! a great title for an FBI profiler book

    sounds like a good read
    d dot odowd at cox dot net

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  179. Okay, this kind of scares me because Hanibal freaked me out. I don't know if I could handle this book!

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  180. I missed the cage match, but if you're still passing out books, I'd really love to read yours. After all, who doesn't love FBI profilers?

    mandaj07 at gmail dot com

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  181. I'm ready to be scared silly! misssally(at)gmail(dot)com

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  182. Sounds intriguing to me!

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  183. How do I get in on this free ebook thingie? This book sounds good!

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  184. This book sounds really interesting...how do I get it?

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  185. The Hanibal refernece intrigues me! Looking forward to reading this one!

    arbaum (at) gmail dot com

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  186. Hey doll I just sent a friend request through Facebook, otherwise you can email me at craftycmc at aol :-) We will get you a copy one way or another! :-)

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  187. The $5 ones were given out in the Plain Jane emails, however the larger ones happen tomorrow night ($25) and the newsletter one for $50 will be announced in the next newsletter May 18th :-)

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  188. "Plain Jane" sounds like my type of book. I would love to read it. Thanks.

    shipley22 at comcast dot net

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  189. Debbie in MemphisApril 25, 2011 at 6:04 PM

    jallen3210 at att dot net

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  190. I really enjoy serial killer books. I loved Red dragon and Harris other book on the series. If your books has a "dash of Hannibal", I will sure enjoy it. Could I please have a copy?

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  191. Plain Jane sounds like it's just my style. I can't wait to read it! Email is Stefanie647 at msn dot com.

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  192. Sounds great! email to jtalbottreads at yahoo dot com

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  193. Several of my favorite books are about FBI profilers. This one sounds great,
    tefkee at yahoo dot com

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  194. Wow, I never knew about this site or the big show.down. I have just recently found out about indie authors and think this is great. I can't wait to see what comes next.
    Good luck
    Leslie

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  195. Definitely for me. Send to michele dot james at competitive hyphen edge dot com dot au

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  196. Plain Jane sounds terrific & I think it did win. Congrats. Looking forward to reading it. Have loved mystery & thrillers since I learned to read.

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  197. Forgot to leave email address
    Lesliebandura@verizon.net

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  198. I'm say Plain Jane should win since I need something different than vampires and angels right now - and I've been on a thriller kick.

    FatesTwists AT yahoo DOT com

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  199. I find stories revolving around FBI profilers quite interesting, and while I love a good vampire story, sometimes a girl needs a break from that.
    kittycrochettwo at msn dot com

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  200. If copies of Plain Jane are still being handed out, I wouldn't mind a copy as it sounds exciting.

    roxburysnoopy-blogtourdeforce@yahoo.com

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