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Write on Shell

Michelle Irwin has been many things in her life: a hobbit taking a precious item to a fiery mountain; a young child stepping through the back of a wardrobe into another land; the last human stranded not-quite-alone in space three million years in the future; a young girl willing to fight for the love of a vampire; and a time-travelling madman in a box. She achieved all of these feats and many more through her voracious reading habit. Eventually, so much reading had to have an effect and the cast of characters inside her mind took over and spilled out onto the page. Michelle lives in sunny Queensland in the land down under with her surprisingly patient husband and ever-intriguing daughter, carving out precious moments of writing and reading time around her accounts-based day job. A lover of love and overcoming the odds, she primarily writes paranormal and fantasy romance.

Currently reading

Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life
Anne Lamott
Life, the Universe and Everything
Douglas Adams
Odd Hours
Dean Koontz

Brother Odd

Brother Odd - Dean Koontz Didn't think this one was as good as the previous two, maybe because it was less "supernatural" than those. I also could see most of the end coming very early on so the usual twist wasn't a massive surprise. Still like Odd, and looking forward to the next book.

Slivers of Silver

Slivers of Silver - J.A. Kenney I always find it hard to give short stories star reviews because they're never as fleshed out as I like. However as this is a prequel, a taste of things to come, it's a bit easier because I only really have to ask myself one question, does it make me want to read more? And the answer is yes, absolutely. Loved this & can't wait to see what the next instalment holds.

Forever Odd

Forever Odd - Dean Koontz Better than the first in my opinion.

Odd Thomas

Odd Thomas - Dean Koontz I began to suspect that ending, but it still hit like a freight train.