Thursday, August 30, 2012

took life much more seriously than life warranted being taken

Seeing Ben again had sparked hope in her breast. He still cared for her, she could tell. And even though he still took life much more seriously than life warranted being taken, she saw that as a plus, not an evil. Ben Shields was the kind of man who would never take her love for granted. He would honor and respect her all the days they were together.

-- Prank Night by David Robbins

Monday, August 27, 2012

After the nimbus faded

Jimmy saw it or thought he did. But it was gone so fast he couldn't be positive. After the nimbus faded there were no more brilliant displays. He had been enthralled by the dazzling show but he was grateful it had ended.

-- Prank Night by David Robbins

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

BookCrossing: Death du Jour

On June 22, 2011, I was in Las Vegas and released Death du Jour during the Fremont Street Experience. On July 24, 2011, my inbox received an email alerting me to the fact that the book was caught! In fact, two journal entries were made on that same day. The first:
i am about half-way through the book, and like it so far
The second:
the book is now in Anaconda Montana