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  1. gillyflowerblog
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    I absolutely loved loved loved this series.

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  2. James Escol
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    I love stories with quirky characters. I mean…we could really use a handful of sarcasm & wit from time to time. And not all authors could pull off a romantic comedy story or even try to pull off one liners, that’s why I automatically buy books of authors who once made me laugh.

    Looks like More Than Chemistry is right up my alley.

    Have a great week, Kate! <3

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  3. Tanja
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    Thank you for your post, Kate and congrats on the new release.
    I love humor and witty banter in books. If I have to grin or laugh out loud the book is good book for me.
    tankie44 at gmail dot com

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  4. Trix
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    I think touches of humor are especially necessary in a dramatic story–they add shading to the narrative!

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  5. Kate Sherwood
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    Yay for humour!

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  6. Purple Reader
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    Congrats and thanks for your thoughts. I think humor must be the hardest to write in order to get it right, but so important in a relationship. One of the things I love about my husband is his sense of humor. I also love gay mysteries and thrillers, so I’ve got to get started on this series. –
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

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  7. heath0043
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    Humor is always good no matter how serious the story. I love reading a book with humor, especially if the main theme is sadness or very serious.
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  8. susana
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    I love my books with a sense of humour, even if it is drama. One needs to find laugh even wen in distress to remain sane…
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  9. H.B.
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    That’s pretty cool your mom proofreads your stories sometimes and you share it with her. I think humor always makes everything better and for me it makes stories more memorable.
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

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  10. Didi
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    Life’s too depressing to be taken without humour. 😉
    Happy release week, Kate! Now that all the book in series have published I’m gonna binge read on them!
    puspitorinid AT yahoo DOT com

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  11. Toni
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    Thanks for the post! I think humor is important. It can add some balance and life can be funny sometimes. violet817(at)aol(dot)com

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  12. lisa44837
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    Humor is important even when the book is more dramatic than comedic. Because life has it’s funny moments too sometimes when we least expect them. Thanks for the post.
    legacylandlisa(at)gmail(dot)com

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  13. suze294
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    I’ve got the books ordered, and now delivered, but must get around to reading – I’m looking forward to them!
    I do like humour in stories – as you say, life isn’t always doom and gloom

    Littlesuze at hotmail.com

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  15. Serena S.
    Serena S. at |

    Thanks for the post. I agree, I enjoy humor in my books. It’s not required with all my reads but I won’t say no to it. And the characters’ banter can be amusing.
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