Your Garage Buy 2 kids' books and save Amazon Fashion Learn more Discover it Dolly Parton Fire TV Stick Happy Belly Coffee Totes Summer-Event-Garden Amazon Cash Back Offer ElvisandNixon ElvisandNixon ElvisandNixon  Amazon Echo  Echo Dot  Amazon Tap  Echo Dot  Amazon Tap  Amazon Echo Starting at $49.99 All-New Kindle Oasis Water Sports STEM
Customer Discussions > Kindle forum

FREE Books and Chat: Thurs - Nov 29th, 2012


Sort: Oldest first | Newest first
Showing 1-25 of 102 posts in this discussion
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 30, 2012 12:10:09 AM PST
Please join us on the Friday thread as we celebrate Avid Reader Liz' birthday.......

http://www.amazon.com/forum/kindle/ref=cm_cd_et_md_pl?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx1D7SY3BVSESG&cdMsgID=Mx3VRJ40PVOEA8B&cdMsgNo=1&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=TxSF877YUQ5DPL#Mx3VRJ40PVOEA8B

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 11:32:31 PM PST
Lyn says:
Her posted start time is somewhere around 12 to 12:30

It gets a little confusing with some many "avid readers" running around. Glad you piped up and happy early b-day from me. I still have 30 minutes to go til Thursday becomes Friday.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 11:17:10 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 29, 2012 11:20:05 PM PST
Hi, Robb

I'm Avid Reader Liz and I usually lurk on this forum. I don't post as often as I used to because for some reason I get around to reading the posts so late that everyone has gone to bed before I've finished. I do try to keep up with the posts, but have missed a few when I get 3 or 4 days behind.

Thanks to all the starters and posters who keep this thread going. I do so enjoy reading about everyone's children, grandchildren, pets, etc. I pray for all of you who are in pain, either physical or emotional and for those who have suffered such great losses due to hurricanes, noreasters, fires, floods, etc.

I miss so many of our old friends who quit posting and hope they are well. I'm so glad that Rahoo Tigaroo has been posting some on the Expatriates thread. Nospin haven't seen you post lately. Hope all is well. Elizabeth SH, hope you have managed to move to a heated, dry home or apartment now and begun to recover somewhat.

Since it is already Friday, will paste this into tomorrow's thread also.

Night all.

Liz

ETA: Friday's thread not started yet so won't be pasting this post to it for now.

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 11:06:20 PM PST
Lyn says:
Everyone else seems to have gone to bed so I guess I will will too.

LOB should be here shortly to start tomorrow's thread.

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 10:47:17 PM PST
Lyn says:
I am not headed to bed quite yet but I would like to take this time and thank all who checked out the pictures. And all who participated into today's chat either by posting picks and or just chatting.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 10:10:08 PM PST
robb says:
Yes

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 10:08:36 PM PST
For your SO?

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 10:04:59 PM PST
robb says:
Which is why it got sent to the other tablet not Alice :-)

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 10:00:24 PM PST
4Nbahu says:
@ Leonard Hoping they find the source of your pain soon. I think not knowing just makes the pain worse.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 9:58:35 PM PST
That one sounds like it might have a bit of romance to it.....

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 9:52:01 PM PST
Lyn says:
Welcome Mailman - yet another person from Texas. Thanks for the suggestion. I one clicked it and sent it to the other tablet. :)

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 9:39:47 PM PST
Fatal Embrace (Romantic Suspense)

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 9:35:56 PM PST
robb says:
Is this the weekend that Sunshine moves into her new home?

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 9:34:50 PM PST
robb says:
A kindle Fire HD commercial. Reminds me that when I was wandering through all the apps that there is a free kindle organizing app. Can't remember the exact name but only wors on those kindles that accept apps - like the fire. So won't work on my phone or Acer Tab

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 9:26:57 PM PST
robb says:
Ah yes, why the chocolate chips. Turns out that nick is quite the cook. We always told him that if astrophysics didn't work out he could become a pastry chef.
When he was at CalTech he would do what all college kids do - stay up at night. His room was close to the kitchen and at 1 or 2 am he would bake cookies. Can you imagine the smell? Then he would give them away.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 9:09:33 PM PST
robb says:
Well, there is avid reader, avid reader Anita, and I thought avid reader Liz.
Just once or twice. I skim a bit over there looking for possible recipes. Sometimes one can get a bit inundated under posts.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 9:00:42 PM PST
Panger says:
Suze,
Does Stanley shed. His hair looks like a poodles and they do not shed. I have a Border Collie and a lab/retriver mix and even the groomer is amazed at how much hair the lab/retriver has. Right now I am just keeping the vac out so I can keep up with her hair. I just put the dust mop head into the washer to wash it, that was after I used the vac on it to pull hte dog hair off.
Things go well here. Husband is doing fine, I just make sure he goes and rests when he needs to. Doctor had me go off anti-depressant med for 3 months. It was not good so I am now back on them. I had forgotten how it felt to be so depressed.
Panger

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 8:44:20 PM PST
I too enjoyed your opening Robb. I love learning about places I'll never be able to see. Had no idea that the South Pole was so different from the North Pole. Your nephew sounds like a really interesting guy and so good looking too. Happy Birthday to Nick.

I'm pretty sure that the Avid Reader who posts in the kitchen is a different one from the one who sometimes posts here. I believe Avid Reader Anita posts in the Kitchen and Avid Reader Liz posts here.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 8:39:10 PM PST
robb says:
I thought you might be in a sheltered spot. I thought the other side of the island might get a bit more weather.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 8:36:06 PM PST
robb says:
It would be interesting to see if they have voiced that opinion to their wives :-)

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 8:01:40 PM PST
Janine says:
Oh I agree but they very adamant and who am I to disagree

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 7:49:43 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 29, 2012 8:15:21 PM PST
Leo- I was sorry to see you've been under the weather again. I hope you get answers soon and the fix is an easy one.

I know it's late-ish, but I have to post at least a few kinlib picks :-):

Bosom Bodies (Mina's Adventures)- Romantic Suspense
Italian-born Mina Calvi has a way of finding trouble, but when she offers to help a friend by moonlighting at Bosom Bodies restaurant, it's trouble that finds her. The body of the restaurant manager is discovered on the beach, a hit and run victim, and Mina's VW Bug is impounded as the vehicle used in the crime. Stunned beyond belief, Mina is suddenly up to her ears in assault, betrayal, smuggling and murder. Now the police are watching her. The mob is targeting her. And who comes riding to her rescue on a metal steed-none other than the cook at Bosom Bodies, the mysterious Diego. Is he more than a bad cook and a good lover? Is he protecting her, or setting her up? Scared, clueless and on her own, Mina struggles to reclaim her life and stay two steps ahead of those stalking her, but it's a treacherous path and she's losing ground fast.

Operation Bonnet: A Novel- Contemporary Fiction
Twenty-year-old Nellie Monroe has a restless brilliance that makes her a bit of an odd duck. She wants to be a private investigator, even though her tiny hometown offers no hope of clients.
Until she meets Amos Shetler, an Amish dropout carrying a torch for the girl he left behind. So Nellie straps on her bonnet and goes undercover to get the dish.
But though she's brainy, Nellie is clueless when it comes to real life and real relationships. Soon she's alienated her best friend, angered her college professor, and botched her case. Operation Bonnet is a comedy of errors, a surprising take on love, and a story of grace.

The Paper Doll Museum (Taylor Blake Paranormal Mystery)- Paranormal Mystery
Retired, divorced and addicted to eggplant, Taylor Blake is seeing things. That aren't there. Determined to forestall the inevitable trip to a locked facility, she skillfully hides the fact that her life has become a horror movie. But at a club dance, an octogenarian stalker in a cowboy costume leaves her an invitation to... The Paper Doll Museum.
There Taylor's worst fears are subsumed in a reality beyond imagining. She learns that she isn't crazy. She's a Revenant, one of a new and peculiar group of people who have survived the reproductive years only to regain the magical perceptions of childhood. But the magic is accompanied by a reappearance of childhood's dark side as well, a ghoul now possessed of mature and horrific power. There really is something terrible hiding in the dark. There always was. Fortunately, Taylor Blake can kick ass.
It's a good thing, because something ancient and hideous threatens the very scaffolding of human life. Something only Revenants can see. And something only Revenants can fight. Assuming they get their act together before it's too late.

Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft (Fantasy Stories)- Fantasy
Ten stories by ten authors:
1. AN ACCIDENTAL WITCH by Liv Rancourt
A little harmless magic nearly turns into more than this Wiccan can handle.
2. ALBA by Karen Heard
In a race against the clock, will Sgt. Taylor discover the witch behind the murders at Bindings Wood?
3. BY THE PRICKING OF MY THUMBS by Jonathan Broughton
Hell hath no fury like a witch scorned.
4. THE CAT MAIDEN by Mertianna Georgia
This kitty cat is a lot more than what she seems.
5. THE MAY LADY VANISHES by Pamela Turner
A missing witch may tear this coven apart.
6. HANGING WITCH OF PAINTER MOUNTAIN by Lawrence Barker
On Painter Mountain, your lust for life or death is measured.
7. THIRTEEN STEPS by Debbie Christiana
The past returns, seeking justice.
8. FOUR BONY HANDS by Rayne Hall
Nasty things sometimes come in small packages.
9. MISHMASH MAGICK by Carole Ann Moleti
Surviving in The Bronx requires new ways of doing things.
10. LOVE MAGICK by Debra Dunbar
Sometimes magic will only show you what was there all along.

The Colony (Jim Jovian mystery)- Yellow Banner for me previously gotten on May 12, 2012

Tales from the Pantry: Random Rants & Musings of a Stay-at-home Mom- Motherhood/Humor
"Tales from the Pantry: Random Rants & Musings of a Stay-at-home Mom" is a collection of witty, funny, and sometimes gut wrenching stories told by a 40-something mother of two small children. Based upon the popular blog `Don't Make Me Count to Three!', Shari Owen Brown uses humor to navigate the daily slings and arrows of motherhood. Many parents can relate to the often unspoken challenges of child rearing. And for those who have yet to have children...consider yourself warned!
Shari found herself the last of her friends to have children and was then SHOCKED to discover all of the lies she had been told! Why hadn't anybody mentioned these things before?!! It was like a secret club of parents who dared not tell the truth or else none of their friends would have children, leaving them all alone in their own private nightmare!
Shari blows the lid off of these unspoken challenges & discusses daily life in a funny and entertaining way that still manages to speak the truth. It is a great outlet for parents to laugh at themselves through Shari, and realize that they are not alone or crazy (well, maybe just a little!) for feeling the way that they do.

The Kelvin Scale- Mystery
Dr Brian Morgan has hit rock bottom. His career and his marriage are in tatters, and unpaid bills are mounting.
But a change in fortune befalls Morgan when he learns that a group of people calling themselves CI Agents has been investigating him with the intention of offering him a special job within a secret establishment. Morgan tentatively accepts the job and is introduced to ELF, the Extended Life Foundation. He soon realises, however, that the company is stymied by a veil of secrecy and he begins to unravel the layers of ELF's deception. Then he makes a startling discovery - one that risks his job, his sanity, and even his life.

Persephone Cole and the Christmas Killings Conundrum, a Books We Love Holiday Mystery- Mystery
In 1942, no one heard of a female private investigator. No one, but Persephone Cole, that is. She just might be New York City's first female PI, blazing a trail for all other lady dicks to follow. What Percy has in common with gumshoes like Sam Spade, Phillip Marlow, and Dick Tracy is a hardboiled, take-no-prisoners attitude. The difference? Our sleuth has a wicked sense of humor, lives on the lower east side with her zany family, and is the mother of an eight-year old son, the child who gives her life meaning. At five foot eleven inches tall and a full-figured gal, she has a penchant for pistachio nuts, Marlene Dietrich pants suits, and tops her flaming red hair with men's fedora hats. Using her noodle and a 1918 German Mauser pistol to get the job done, World War II's Persephone Cole finds her holiday cheer in solving crimes of the most deadly kind - murder.
In late December, 1942, Persephone (Percy) Cole, one of Manhattan's first female PIs, has been hired to find out who killed a Santa Land elf and left the body in the storefront window of a swank 5th Avenue jewelry store. Was it the spoiled heiress whose big buck handbag was found on the scene? Or was it the rat who broke out of the big house to settle a score? Shortly after, the corpse of the Christmas Angel is discovered stuffed in Mrs. Santa's workshop. Will Santa Claus be next? With a penchant for Marlene Dietrich suits, pistachio nuts and fedora hats, this working mother finds diamonds to the left of her, diamonds to the right, and skullduggery aplenty. Armed with her noodle and a WW I German Mauser, Percy is determined to solve these crimes or it just might be the 'kiss off' for Christmas.
Someone's out to stop the Broadway play, but Private Investigator, Persephone Cole, is bound and determined to find out who. After all, the show must go on. Ms Haven weaves a tale of suspense and humor with her new character. A must read! Roseanne Dowell, author.
Don't miss book one in this series, Persephone Cole and the Halloween Curse, now available (I have this one too)

Christmas Dog, The- Another Yellow Banner for me gotten on Dec 12, 2011

Girls Night- Contemporary Romance
A girls' night out is exactly what Jillene McDermott needs after her carefully planned life on a small Washington island, goes adrift. Suddenly responsible for her late husband's failing coffee shop, Jillene's single-minded determination to save her family from impeding disaster is complicated when her two mischievous daughters take matters--and their mother's happiness--into their own hands.
True crime writer and Blue Heron Beach's favorite son, Vince Tremoni, comes home to contemplate the gloomy forecast of his writing career--which took a tragic and unexpected turn thanks to a fan-turned-serial killer. Now, with his future on hold, the last thing he needs is a beautiful widow complicating his thoughts and reminding him that there's more to life than his flagging career.
But when Jillene and Vince find themselves tangled up in an unplanned summer fling, can either of them deny there's more to what they're feeling than a casual affair? Suddenly coffee's not the only thing heating up at Blue Heron Beach!

Another 2 Yellow Banners:
GPS gotten on Jan 6, 2012
Dead but not Buried gotten on March 23, 2012

That's 12 and are my picks up to book #118. I'm going to quickly finish the list on my own, but you have a few to pick from.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 7:33:39 PM PST
JoJoPNW says:
@Robb
Where I am on Vancouver Island is quite a temperate spot, although we get the winds from off the water.

When I lived in Vancouver, we were affected by Bellingham's weather.

@Leo
Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 7:33:36 PM PST
Lyn says:
Some more pictures arrived from down under. I will post either tonight or tomorrow in case anyone wants to see them.

Posted on Nov 29, 2012 7:25:23 PM PST
Lyn says:
LOB is up next in a few hours.
Haven't seen Avid Reader Liz here for awhile but it is her B-Day tomorrow. I do believe she has been roaming with Joyce and Shy Lad over in the Kitchen.
‹ Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next ›
[Add comment]
Add your own message to the discussion
To insert a product link use the format: [[ASIN:ASIN product-title]] (What's this?)
Prompts for sign-in
 


Recent discussions in the Kindle forum

  Discussion Replies Latest Post
Announcement
Critical Software Update for Kindle E-Readers
0 Mar 23, 2016
Announcement
Welcome to the Kindle Discussion Forum - A Congregation of Kindle Enthusiasts
0 Mar 20, 2015
Discounted / Price Dropped Kindle eBooks III 9964 20 seconds ago
Al's Place 36 Degrees of Separation 2564 2 minutes ago
Books disappeared from my Kindle 62 3 minutes ago
Dropbox for Kindle Fire HD6 6 6 minutes ago
KINDLE KITCHEN #6: A place for sharing, caring, chat and FUN! 90 7 minutes ago
It's After Midnight and I Just Opened a Bottle of Wine 5844 9 minutes ago
We're Quirky And We Know It! Come Witness The Howling Dink, Hussy Turkey Hens, And A Veritable Plethora Of Other Beasts! So Geese! 5623 9 minutes ago
August 2016--Informal Poll--What are you reading? 141 9 minutes ago
Free Books and Chat - August 2016 699 10 minutes ago
customer support 10 11 minutes ago
 

This discussion

Discussion in:  Kindle forum
Participants:  32
Total posts:  102
Initial post:  Nov 28, 2012
Latest post:  Nov 30, 2012

New! Receive e-mail when new posts are made.
Tracked by 5 customers

Search Customer Discussions