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Saw this amazingly gorgeous #snake today while cleaning up debris from our wicked-bad storm last night.
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Happy 16th Anniversary, +Chris A White!  I love you more now than ever and am so proud to be your wife. It's been a wonderful partnership so far, and I can't wait to see what the future brings us!
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The Kindle Paperwhite is on sale for $99. I absolutely love mine, and so does my husband since it allows me to read in bed without a light. If you were on the fence or waiting to try one, now's the time! 
Unlike tablets, Kindle Paperwhite reads like real paper, with no glare and a built-in light. Holds thousands of books, lighter than a paperback. Learn More
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Saga is one of the best things I've read in quite some time. Not just "for a comic book," but as a genuinely compelling, well-crafted story period. Huge thanks to Paul Mattingly for the heads up about it via Geek Shock / The Ugly Couch Show. I'm open to suggestions for more, similar reading, so shout out your favorites in the comments—preferably either standalone graphic novels or comics that have been out long enough to have trade volumes. Don't want to be buying individual issues.
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My wife and I are such huge fans, we have just named our daughter, who was born this Friday gone, Hazel Isobelle Evelyn Thomas. I thought that Y the last man was Vaughans finest work till Saga, what with Staples artwork, generations will be using this as a bench mark for years to come.
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Everyone has self-doubt from time to time, and I am certainly not immune. So I freely admit it’s nice to get a comment like this from an author about my edits and developmental feedback:

"I was so engrossed with it, I was like a kid in a candy store. Your comments are spot on. You are so thorough in your explanations.”

Guess maybe I’m doing OK after all.
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Hold the door, don't pick your nose, chew with your mouth closed. :-P
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I'm thinking...let him play through.
As a former Floridian who has consumed beers on a number of the Sunshine State’s less prestigious golf courses, I can affirm that alligators are not a new sight around links south of Valdosta, Georgia...
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I’ve been fortunate to work with the talented +Christopher Irvin on multiple projects, from flash fiction and short stories to his novella, Federales (One Eye Press), and most recently on an early draft of his latest release, Burn Cards (280 Steps). As such, it wouldn’t be proper for me to review the book, but since I do know how good it is I was more than happy to provide Chris a platform to talk about the book, particularly the approach he took as a male author to writing the story from the perspective of a female lead.
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I loved THE ALIENIST. Really hope this comes to fruition, and that it's done well.
Cary Fukunaga, Emmy-winning director of True Detective, will helm a miniseries based on Caleb Carr's novel The Alienist, about a 19th century serial killer.
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Have to put it closer to the top of my TBR pile. My wife has been pushing that book at me for three years.
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It is my extreme pleasure to welcome to the blog today author Lynn Kostoff. I think every ardent reader has a stable of authors they think are criminally underrated, the ones they wish they could get on every reader’s radar. Lynn is one of those authors for me. 
It is my extreme pleasure to welcome to the blog today author Lynn Kostoff. I think every ardent reader has a stable of authors they think are criminally
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Nice write-up, Eliz. Look forward to reading his work.
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This is SO cool! Can't justify spending $300 on it, but if money wasn't an issue...
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Fleetwood Mac put on a hell of a show last night in Atlanta. Again. Enjoyed last night even more than when we saw them in December. Lindsay Buckingham is ridiculously, phenomenally talented.
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To open or not to open, which is the logical decision?
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I always regret opening.
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Editing Services - If you or someone you know is in the market for an editor, I am accepting new clients. I am mercilessly thorough, and my rates are extremely competitive. http://www.elizabethawhite.com/editing-services/

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Very happy to welcome LA Times bestselling author Dianne Emley back to the blog. Well-known for her Detective Nan Vining thrillers (The Firs

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It's always a pleasure to welcome author Andrez Bergen to the blog. You can catch up on all things Bergen that have previously appeared on t

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Pleased today to welcome David James Keaton back to the blog. Those in the crime fiction community will no doubt know David from his work in

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Very pleased to welcome Sam Hawken back to the blog. For my money, Sam Hawken is one of the most underrated authors working in crime fiction

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He hated Rich for his cynicism, for his instinctual inability to trust anyone. He didn't want to end up that way, with that black hole for a

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In somewhat of a departure, today on the blog I'm pleased to present the first chapter of a serialized novel by Jason Duke, The Ex-Soldiers,

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Folks, it's no secret that I love the hell out of anything and everything Andrez Bergen is involved with. In fact, his novel Tobacco-Stained

Federales by Christopher Irvin | Book Reviews by Elizabeth A. White | Cr...
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The Internet is a strange and wonderful place. I originally met Chris Irvin when I found myself with some graphic novels on my hands I wasn'

Where Would We Be Without Imagination? by Stephen Paul | Book Reviews by...
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I'm pleased to welcome Stephen Paul to the blog today. I had the pleasure of working with Stephen on his debut novel, The Perfect Game, a fa

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I came to read Dan O'Shea's first two Detective Lynch novels in a roundabout, backward way, as did a lot of people who've been longtime fans

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For my money, Sam Hawken is one of the most underrated authors working in crime fiction today. His first novel, The Dead Women of Juárez, is