Hi Chelley! I'm Rebekah. A Paranormal Romance, Fantasy Romance, Steampunk Romance writer. My first novel, Dead Awakenings, is coming out this Christmas. I have two others coming out next year and two more the following year.
If you get a chance, feel free to check out my blog and facebook pages. I would love a follow if you get a chance.
Welcome Michelle to book blogs. I know that you will enjoy this site. Please feel free to come join in the discussion of Livin the fast life @ http://www.livinthefastlife-fastlifemanagement.blogspot.com. Come see what all the talk is about. Again welcome to Book blogs. There are so many people that will help you if you have any questions.
I see you like to read memoirs, how about checking out my profile and seeing if you'd like to review my narrative non-fiction book "Sensitivity 101 for the Heterosexual Male, Lessons Learned from the Fairer Sex" If you do, e-mail me an address and I'll send it out.
My name is Michelle and I read books. In particular romance novels because I love happy endings and I can always count on these books for my 'happily ever after' fix.
I read my first romance book when I was about 13 years old and found my mom's stash of Harlequin novels, Catherine Coulter, and Johanna Lindsey books. The first book I read was Joining by Johanna Lindsey and I quickly devoured it. It was like those fairy tales I loved: "... and the prince and princess lived happily ever after." After that, there was no looking back. I was hooked.
Other than romance, I also love reading memoirs, fantasy, mystery/thrillers, and fiction like Kite Runner, Shadow of the Wind, and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (all of which are a few of my favorites). However, except for memoirs, I don't really like to read non-fiction books.
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