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Topic: 2019 Paranormal Challenge Discussion

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Date Posted: 9/11/2019 10:13 PM ET
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Hey all! Just touching base to let you know that I'm not going to renew my PBS membership in November when it expires. I honestly haven't been using the site and haven't really had time to do our challenges the last couple years due to being so busy with my online and physical store. Figured I'd give you a heads up early so you've got time to figure out who can take over to create categories for you next year.

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Date Posted: 9/12/2019 6:51 AM ET
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We will miss you Melissa

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Date Posted: 9/18/2019 12:06 AM ET
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makes sense Melissa but yes, I second Alice, we will miss you!!  Love your facebook posts about the store, wish I lived nearby to visit.

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Hi all - I've been crazy busy and negligent in posting books! I just went and updated my list, I hope I got everything I've read since I last posted.

  1. Storm Cursed [Mercy] by Patricia Briggs - another great installment in this series.  I really wish these came out faster.  I would like to see a bit more of the every day life of Mercy and the pack, outside of crisis time
  2. Undead and Done [Queen Betsy] by MaryJanice Davidson - The final book in the series, but leaves things open if she wants to revisit this world later on.
  3. Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon [Embraced] by Kerrelyn Sparks - this series is a nice light read, and I really do like her writing style.
  4. Atlantis Fallen [Heartstrike] by CE Murphy - Despite the clear rip off of the Highlander story, I liked this book.  I'm rather disapointed that she didn't continue this seriesm even though additional books are listed as planned.  Does anyone know why?
  5. Rituals [Rituals] by Kelley Armstrong - Another great wrap up!
  6. The Dark Calling [Arcana] by Kresley Cole - I'm really interested in how this is going to wrap up in the next and final book!
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Date Posted: 11/17/2019 8:11 AM ET
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I finished Women's World by Jenna Glass.  Fantasy YA. Okay but need to speed up a bit

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Date Posted: 12/11/2019 1:39 PM ET
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Thank you Melissa, I've enjoyed these challenges.  Your lists were unique and just up my alley in what I read.  I have also found new authors based upon other lists.

<sigh> Off to find out if I can find something similar in Goodreads or Librarything. 



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