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Re: Postcards from Fiction Travels

What a fun idea!  Here's what I'm listening to on the bus.

 

 

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 I can't believe I'm back here in Maine and Ragged Island after twenty-five years.  And that pirate treasure supposedly buried on our island.  So many lifes lost and so much money wasted over the centuries.  But now, is there really a chance?  I don't care about finding treasure, all I want to find are answers to my brother's death.

 

                                              Dr. Malin Hatch    Riptide by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

 

 

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harleyhoney wrote:

What a fun idea!  Here's what I'm listening to on the bus.

 

 

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 I can't believe I'm back here in Maine and Ragged Island after twenty-five years.  And that pirate treasure supposedly buried on our island.  So many lifes lost and so much money wasted over the centuries.  But now, is there really a chance?  I don't care about finding treasure, all I want to find are answers to my brother's death.

 

                                              Dr. Malin Hatch    Riptide by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

 

 


Thanks for posting Nancy.

Right now I'm here

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reading a HQN series romance called Haley's Mountain Man (Harlequin Special Edition Series #2279)  

 

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Carved in Bone (Body Farm Series #1) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thought I would "resurect" this thread as I travel to Knoxville, TN to help  Dr. Bill Brockton (aka Dr. Bill Bass) study some bones at The Body Farm.

 

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TarHeelGirl00 wrote:

Carved in Bone (Body Farm Series #1) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thought I would "resurect" this thread as I travel to Knoxville, TN to help  Dr. Bill Brockton (aka Dr. Bill Bass) study some bones at The Body Farm.

 


What a great idea TarHeelGirl

thanks for sharing

I'm in between books right this minute but I just left

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Deadly Sanctuary  

 

 

 

I have traveled to Arizona to help Kendall O'Dell solve a couple of mysteries.  It sure is hot in this remote mining town!

 

I just finished "Deadly Sanctuary" and now I'm continuing with the series and am reading "The Devil's Cradle" by Sylvia Nobel.

 

The Devil's Cradle (Kendall O'Dell Series #2)  

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mass-effect-art-citadel-h1n-net-300x171.jpgThe Citadel from Mass Effect it's a paradise space station that all races are welcome to come. I center for politics, business and a tourism site as well

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TarHeelGirl00 wrote:

Deadly Sanctuary  

 

 

 

I have traveled to Arizona to help Kendall O'Dell solve a couple of mysteries.  It sure is hot in this remote mining town!

 

I just finished "Deadly Sanctuary" and now I'm continuing with the series and am reading "The Devil's Cradle" by Sylvia Nobel.

 

The Devil's Cradle (Kendall O'Dell Series #2)  


OOh great pics TarHeelGirl :smileyhappy:

Thanks for the posts 

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shadowcat80 wrote:

mass-effect-art-citadel-h1n-net-300x171.jpgThe Citadel from Mass Effect it's a paradise space station that all races are welcome to come. I center for politics, business and a tourism site as well


Now this place I'd love to be

thanks Stepanie

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For my latest romance review I'm in the Middle East in a palace like this one

 

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A Question of Honor  

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img-thing.jpgGallagher Academy for  Girls.  This is a screenshot of the site they're using for the movie.  Gallagher Academy is a private boarding school for girls and for most they think that's all but this school is for spies.  I planning to review the entire series on the forum.

 

Gallagher Girls series

By Ally Carter

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shadowcat80 wrote:

img-thing.jpgGallagher Academy for  Girls.  This is a screenshot of the site they're using for the movie.  Gallagher Academy is a private boarding school for girls and for most they think that's all but this school is for spies.  I planning to review the entire series on the forum.

 

Gallagher Girls series

By Ally Carter


Cool Stephanie I look forward to it :smileyhappy:

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Here's where I am today

 

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reading

 

An Heir to Bind Them  

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dhaupt wrote:

shadowcat80 wrote:

img-thing.jpgGallagher Academy for  Girls.  This is a screenshot of the site they're using for the movie.  Gallagher Academy is a private boarding school for girls and for most they think that's all but this school is for spies.  I planning to review the entire series on the forum.

 

Gallagher Girls series

By Ally Carter


Cool Stephanie I look forward to it :smileyhappy:


Not sure which I will review first I reading both book one of this series and outlaw at same time, I am further in outlaw btw I sent angus donald a comment on his site like you suggested, but its possible I might finish the other book first due to its a hundred pages shorter then outlaw.

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2013_SWFF_Map_web~01.jpgWhere I am today is Sherwood Forest home of Robert Odo the Lord of the Sherwood, leader of a band of thieves and warriors you may know Robert better as Robin Hood.  

Outlaw by Angus Donald

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Is anyone else having trouble seeing some of the images on this page?  I am seeing a lot of triangles instead of the actual pictures, but I'm not sure if it's a B&N problem or a browser issue.

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TarHeelGirl00 wrote:

Is anyone else having trouble seeing some of the images on this page?  I am seeing a lot of triangles instead of the actual pictures, but I'm not sure if it's a B&N problem or a browser issue.


Hey TarHeelGirl, I'm not having probs. It might be worth changing browsers to see

 

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What are you posting with?  I found on my nook the internet explorer on my nook color had trouble doing stuff like that on my nook hd+ I have been using chrome which has given me no troubles

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What are you posting with?  I found on my nook the internet explorer on my nook color had trouble doing stuff like that on my nook hd+ I have been using chrome which has given me no troubles


I use Chrome too and no probs

 

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dhaupt wrote:

shadowcat80 wrote:

What are you posting with?  I found on my nook the internet explorer on my nook color had trouble doing stuff like that on my nook hd+ I have been using chrome which has given me no troubles


I use Chrome too and no probs

 



I am using Chrome on my PC and I was able to post the pictures here and see them, but I can't see any of the images on shadowcat80's posts. I see a triangle where the image should be.  I can also see the pictures on Debbie's posts.  

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Just checked it on my Nook HD+ and it looks the same--just triangles instead of images on all of shadowcats's postcards.  Very strange!