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Bliss Portis

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  1. Just stopping in to let you know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Don't mind me, I'm just being nosey! LOL

  3. What's this mess about my friendship needing approval? This ain't Myspace!

  4. Hey Girl! Hopefully you've been watching our man from the NFC North this season!

  5. Bliss Portis

    True Crime

    I loooooove True Crime books. I may have to check this out.
  6. I read it when it first came out last year. She's a dumb ass for sure, but the book made me feel a little sorry for her.
  7. Have you read 1st To Die? 1278942[/snapback] No I didn't. Had I know it was a sequence book I would have read it first though. In 2nd chance they kept making references to the Bride & Groom (assuming that was the first book). Have you read 1st to die and did you like it? 1294877[/snapback] Yeah, I read 1st To Die a few years ago. I plan on reading 2nd Chance after I finish what I'm reading now. Since you didn't read 1st To Die, I hope 2nd Chance didn't give anything juicy away.
  8. I just finished it. I was boo-hooing like a baby at the end.
  9. This book and been sitting on my shelf for a year now. Maybe I'll start it after I finish my current read. I want to have it done by the time they air the discussion.
  10. I just started this last night. I'm HOOKED!! Cobbling together elements of TV reality shows and a few Blair Witch Project hijinks, this debut novel turns the camera on 12 contestants on a Caribbean island as they square off to solve clues and face their worst fears before a TV audience vote exiles one of their number. Dana Kirsten, a last-minute stand-in, is more than ready to fight for $2 million and "her heart's desire." As the cameras roll on the premiere, however, the host and crew collapse and die an agonizing death from an Ebola-like virus. A voice announces that "Control"
  11. You know, I noticed that this was the only thread showing. I think my settings only show threads active within the past 30 days. Lemme check....
  12. I just started it and haven't gotten pass page 20 but everyone else who I know (either online or off) that read it, gave it GREAT reviews.
  13. I just started this last night: Brown's latest thriller (after Angels and Demons)is an exhaustively researched page-turner about secret religious societies, ancient coverups and savage vengeance. The action kicks off in modern-day Paris with the murder of the Louvre's chief curator, whose body is found laid out in symbolic repose at the foot of the Mona Lisa. Seizing control of the case are Sophie Neveu, a lovely French police cryptologist, and Harvard symbol expert Robert Langdon, reprising his role from Brown's last book. The two find several puzzling codes at the murder scene, all
  14. I read that, it was alright, but The Jester by James Patterson was better 993227[/snapback] Really? I'll have to get that. I really didn't think I'd be interested in it.
  15. Glad to read that you and your family are okay. Everything will work out fine.
  16. Glad to read that you are okay. Everything will be fine.
  17. Damn I was right! Not only did I lose my computer I lost everything else! 979423[/snapback] 979484[/snapback] :grouphug:
  18. What? I haven't heard that story. What happened to the little boy's mom?
  19. You should be able to donate through the Salvation Army.
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