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  1. sherry1969
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    Great post!! I think this will be a very good book and the cover is great.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

  2. 16forward
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    I enjoy day dreaming… when I have a moment to do so, which may explain why my night dreams are so vivid. My husband is always amazed that I dream in color, can recall entire conversations and can describe the setting(s) in great detail. I wonder if it’s because I’m slightly ADD, maybe a little OCD (according to him) or just very detail oriented in my awake hours.

  3. 16forward
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  4. Trix
    Trix at |

    Good luck with the series!


  5. Cornelia
    Cornelia at |

    Adding this series to list.

  6. James Escol
    James Escol at |

    I’m a notorious daydreamer! LMAO! One of the many scenes I enjoy imagining is that I’m charming my fellow passengers’ pants with my voice. I’d think of this scene where my girlfriend suddenly called me in my phone & requested to me to sing, say, Say You Won’t Let Go which is my favorite atm. Of course, at first, I’d try to shut her up by saying sweet nothings. (Lol!) But she wouldn’t budge & I’d give in to her wishes. Then, the passengers’ attention would suddenly shift to me & they would be stunned & I’ll get some admiring looks. Not that I’m a terrible singer. I’m not just worthy to be a The Voice contestant. *chuckles*

    The idea of daydreaming might be silly but I actually enjoy doing it. It’s one of the best ways that I can get out of my head for a while—away from problems. ^_^


  7. ELF
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    Yep, I daydream of being organized, lol. I haven’t quite managed to get used to spreadsheets, but I am getting there, lol. Congrats on the release! Elewkf1 at yahoo dot com

  8. susana
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    I must recognise that I spend a lot of time daydreaming… Basically, all the time I’m not working or reading. My dreams are really detailed, and they range from supernatural adventures to every day encounters. It depends on the mood, and sometimes on what I’m reading.
    Congrats on the release. I love your books

  9. Lee Todd
    Lee Todd at |

    can’t wait to get the rest of the series on my kindle 🙂


  10. Lisa
    Lisa at |

    My daydreams are pretty average. Winning the lottery. Moving out of this crap place to someplace better. Getting skinny. I’ll never win the lottery because I don’t buy tickets. Someday I could move out of this crap place to somewhere better. But for now this is where the family is. I’m too lazy to work out so skinny will never happen.

  11. H.B.
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    I use to be a quite a daydreamer. It was such an issues in my teenage years since I would always do it in class. I had quite a few teachers call me out for it several times a day.
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

  12. heath0043
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    Congrats on the new release. I daydream quite a lot about typical things. Winning the lottery and helping as many people as I can, taking a trip to somewhere I just read about, finding the love of my life etc.

    heath0043 at gmail dot com

  13. Purple Reader
    Purple Reader at |

    Congrats and thanks for the post. Yeah, I kind of do what you do, my daydreams are my creative work in creating a training or team building program. This book and the whole series sound great. I love gay mysteries and thrillers, and I’ve got to get started on this one.
    – TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

  14. debby236
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    Daydreams are wonderful. They can lead you so many places.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

  15. Serena S.
    Serena S. at |

    I have to wait the previous book before I can read this one, I wish I could reead faster, lol.


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