Linda Howard Message Board

SueAnne posts on 10/25/2006 5:29:39 PM Annette and I have a reading group that you would love. We talk about Linda Howard and many other authors. If you would like more info try suann175 at the g mail.
Jerri posts on 10/24/2006 11:42:00 PM For all JR Ward lovers, she has posted an excertp of V's story, Lover Unbound on her discussion board in the Warden room. It's smokin'!
jerri gaddy posts on 10/21/2006 8:13:44 PM I can not belive that they did not make "After The Night" into an autobook. I realy loved that book. All of Linda Howard books are great and I re-read them when I can't find a good book.

Annette posts on 10/16/2006 4:50:48 PM Laura, KMM is Faery/Highlander. Lots of laughter and steam. You will really enjoy her. Her next books out are going in a bit of a different direction but she promises they will be just as good. Check out her special place to read about the books. I too, didn't like the para/vamp but have come to love them if done by certain authors. Try JR Ward and her 3 out now. Read an excerpt of those. Those are some of the best writing out there. New and fresh for an old story. Linda Howard is writing one I think in March for Silhoutte(?). You're right the books seem to be hot right now.
Laura posts on 10/16/2006 11:12:18 AM Annette, Thanks for suggestion re Moning. I haven't read any of hers but I'll check her out. I thought she was paranormal/vamp and I'm not really into those although it seems there are a lot more out there. I like witty dialogue, characters with sense of humor in midst of thrill or mystery. I've enjoyed Enoch's for that as well as characters. I just finished "Lady Rogue" and thought it was really good - has humor, romance, mystery & intrigue.
posts on 10/14/2006 7:19:55 AM Kelly, there are places on the internet that sell used books, also. they all charge a shipping fee (usually about $3.50 or $4) per book. however, you can SOMETIMES get a book for only a few cents. then, with shipping, you're paying a total of about $4. the used book stores are a better deal. also, libraries will sometimes have a book sale, as well as some big groups. also try flea markets and garage sales.
posts on 10/12/2006 11:33:13 PM I always go to the used book store for older books because some go out of print. Some places take trade ins in place of cash too. Good luck because the ones written up until 2003 or so are worth the hunt down.
posts on 10/11/2006 10:23:47 PM I like to buy all of LH's books. I have few but not all. Where I can get them at reasonable price? thanks
posts on 10/11/2006 4:13:20 PM Laura I don't think I've read her because if she is as good as you say I think I would have. Next time I go to the book store I'll pick those two up. Thanks for the tip. Have you tried Karen Marie Moning? She's another laugh out loud one.
posts on 10/11/2006 1:18:03 PM Annette, thanks I'll look for it. I mentioned rereading the McNaught regencies to a friend who suggested I try Suzanne Enoch's. Have you read any? I've enjoyed the two I've read so far -London's Perfect Scoundrel and Meet Me at Midnite- solid character development of central characters, smart women, some unusual plot twists and some very funny scenes mixed in that make you just laugh out loud. I don't know if they'll be the classics Whitney et al have become but they're a cut above some of the others.
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