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Lenora Rain-Lee Good

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Lenora Rain-Lee Good was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and now lives in Albuquerque, NM with her rescue dog, Sammy Brave Dog. Part Native American (Catawba) she is fascinated with different cultures and different ways of life, and loves to build different worlds.

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Lenora Rain-Lee Good Good question. I'd really like to see my hometown of Kennewick the same as Mercy Thompson does (Patricia Briggs)--complete with werewolves, fae,…moreGood question. I'd really like to see my hometown of Kennewick the same as Mercy Thompson does (Patricia Briggs)--complete with werewolves, fae, &c. I'd like to see the world of the Others as created by Anne Bishop, and I'd love to visit Three Pines in Quebec (Louise Penny). What would I do there? Assuming I survive, I'd observe, and get to know the people and Others. Learn new customs and traditions. Find a job. Contribute to my new world. (less)
Lenora Rain-Lee Good I don't think I have a favorite fictional couple, other than the couple (if one) in the fiction I'm reading at the time. I have lots of favorite…moreI don't think I have a favorite fictional couple, other than the couple (if one) in the fiction I'm reading at the time. I have lots of favorite fictional characters--and read series by authors I enjoy, such as Patricia Briggs, Anne Bishop, Tricia Owens. Which are my favorites? Whichever author I'm reading at the moment. ;-) (less)
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Blood on the Ground: Elegie...

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My Adventures As Brother Ra...

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Madame Dorion: Her Journey ...

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Jibutu: Daughter of the Desert

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Yadh the Ugly

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Jibutu: Daughter of the Desert

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Jiang Li, Warrior Woman of ...

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Dream Time and Other Flight...

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Living With Rainy Day

Rainy Day is my alter ego, and she maintains a blog at http://livingwithrainyday.blogspot.com

Currently, the blog is (more or less) following the travels of Madame Dorion as she made her trek west 200 plus years ago.

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This small book contains huge poems. Read them, one at a time, out loud to not only hear the words, but to taste them, to savor them, to feel them on your tongue, in your mouth.

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Omaha to Ogallala by Terry Korth Fischer
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Disclaimer: I had the opportunity to read the ARC.

I love a good memoir, and I love a good travel story. Ms. Fischer did an excellent job combining the two. I had the honor of traveling to parts of the country she mentions in her book, but for entirel
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I read fiction for one reason, and one reason only – to escape my reality for a few hours. I have one criterion for fiction – I want to be happier/feel better for having read and finished the book than when I picked it up. That said, this book met my ...more
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Nasty Water by James Nolan
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Mr. Nolan is a New Orleans native and put together a collection of 50 poems celebrating his 50 years of living there. Some are great fun; some made me cry. Nolan's use of words is wonderful, "Flannel shadows huddle...", "...rouge as thick as licorice ...more
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New Orleans Unleashed by Rhonda Findley
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On a recent trip to the French Quarter, my friend and I stopped in to browse a new/used bookstore. We both like to patronize small, indy stores. Alas, I had my small dog with me (maybe he's medium, at 12 lbs?) so Sammy Brave Dog and I waited outside ...more
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Again Calls the Owl by Margaret Craven
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I read I Heard the Owl Call My Name when it came out and loved it. I read it in one sitting. Then I read her second novel, Walk Gently This Good Earth. I loved them both, and have read them more than once. With great delight, I recently discovered Ag ...more
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The Flying Mountain by Christoph Ransmayr
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Herr Ransmayr had me with the first two words: "I died"

What? Wait a minute. If you are dead how can you write such a beautiful book? I had to keep reading, and frankly found it difficult to put down.

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Premonition by Tower Lowe
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Set in the 1860s and the 1970s, this book offers a slightly different look at the Civil War and the people caught up in it both as it happened, and as descendants of those same people.

This is the second of the Cotton Lee books, and as soon as I knew
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The Killer Collective by Barry Eisler
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I'm never sure what to write when I review one of Barry Eisler's Livia Lone books. Thrillers are not my genre of choice, but I can't stop reading these. In fact, I'll be reading his other books soon.

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The Man Made of Words by N. Scott Momaday
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My only "complaint" was there was an end to the book. No matter how slowly I read, how I parsed the pages, I still came to the end. The saving grace is, it's my book, and I can reread it as often as I want—though there will still be an end.

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