Lock Every DoorLock Every Door by Riley Sager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jules is practically destitute when she agrees to move into the Bartholomew. One of the most prestigious buildings in the city, it’s also one of the most secret and elite. However, she needs the money and so she follows the rules–No Guests, No leaving Overnight, No contact with the guests.


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Always Reiding It's Monday, what are you Reading?

It’s Monday, What are you Reading?

This is a ‘meme’ hosted by the Book Date. And I’m partaking in it yet again. Yay!

I’m reading November 9th by Colleen Hoover and the 3rd in the Aurora Teagarden books by Charlane Harris.
What are you reading?

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Yes, that’s right, all caps. I’m starting 2020 out with a declaration of my loud, wonderful attempts to rock 2020!

I got my entry in for the BookJourney’s First Book. I’ve been participating in this for a few years, and I even got that handsome man reading a Jack Reacher book to submit his picture (I am lucky enough to call him my brother, and he’s part of a podcast,

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A Better 2020 **Masterclass All Access Pass giveaway**

This past year, I’ve let the word ‘create’ be invited into my life. While it may have been a little stressful, I gave myself permission to continue to create and learn methods of creating that helped a LOT. I also wrote my 14th NaNoWriMo novel. That being said, I am looking to the future, and as such, I’ve signed up with Masterclass.com–it’s a site that has professionals in all types of occupations teach you about the things they are good at!

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I figured with five days in, it’s a good time to fill you in on my NaNoWriMo project, or at least the process of my NaNoWriMo project.

I’ve been doing NaNoWriMo for 17 years–that’s a LOT of words on the page. And, to be honest, there were only 3 years that I completely blinked out on. One of those years, I met my husband. One of those years, I got married. And one of those years,

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NanowrimoIt’s November.

This is the month I attempt to write a 50,000 word novel. This year is my 17th year and I hope that this is the 14th win.

I have an idea. I have a computer program. And I have a limited amount of time.

I wrote 3,112 words today. I was shooting for under 1,700 in order to hit the day’s word count goal. I surpassed the goal,

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