Pardon My Life

There is nothing more compelling in a story than to have a problem for your main character to work on in their real life before the story whisks them onto new chaos. I just started reading the In Death series by J.D. Robb (AKA Nora Roberts). I now know why people snatch her books off the shelves. Her characters are rich, full and struggling.

I was hesitant to read the series because I tend to get sucked in. Once I start reading, I want to go from #1 till the end, which in this case is #35 and counting. But I am so glad that I picked the series up because now I’m going to sit down and reread them so I can understand how she wrote such a great compelling start to the series.

Words at the ready,



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