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Alan Nayes

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Alan Nayes is the author of numerous novels and short stories. He resides in Southern California. Please visit www.anayes.com for a complete list of his novels. Thank you.


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The Guest

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On September 5th, 1977, Voyager 1 was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. For over forty-two years the space probe has raced away from Earth at thirty-eight thousand miles per hour—past Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, cruising past Pluto and the furthest fringes of our Solar System. On August 25th, 2012, Voyager 1 accomplished what no other human designed device had ever don Read more of this blog post »
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Beautifully written. Makes me want to go and visit Barbary Point and fall in love all over again. Shame about Mitch though. But at least Kelly had some unforgettable memories. Lovely book. "
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"Loved this book. Yes, a bit of suspension of disbelief was necessary at times, and it was very similar to a number of movies, but it was a pleasure to read. Of course now I can just remember two: Jaws and Alligator.

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“Mitch was afraid for my feelings and this made me uncomfortable.
"Just spit it out, Mitch," I said a little too abruptly.
Mitch shrugged reluctantly. "Gene's third request was that if I ever met his daughter, I should tell her that her daddy never stopped loving her. Ever."
"Shit," I gasped, and looked down at Sam.
I barely heard Mitch offer, "I'll take you back.”
Alan Nayes, Barbary Point

“A part of me will always be joined to a part of you. I can feel it. And it feels so damn good. Don't ever let go of me, Kelly English."
"I didn't let go, Mitch," I say aloud. "And it still feels damn good.”
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Christine Hatfield Thanks for being my friend


Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac, Alan wrote: "thx. and here's hoping for a great year for the GBP--best team in all sports! season starts 9/5. oh yeah..."

*Fingers crossed* THEY'VE GOT THIS!


message 13: by Alan

Alan Nayes thx. and here's hoping for a great year for the GBP--best team in all sports! season starts 9/5. oh yeah...


Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac, So I was being lazy, and being short on time anyhow, I put off reading your "About this Author" but now that I have.. I have to hurry up and read your books! Because they sound so interesting I'm thinking I'll "Become a fan" as soon as I finish a read...


message 11: by Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac, (last edited Jul 14, 2012 03:38AM)

Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac, Alan wrote: "goge, after that explanation i sure hope the books don't fall short. Thank you for reading. Btw, if you're familiar with the location, i wonder if you're a green bay packer fan. lol."

lol My hopes are the same as yours! And YESSSS!! GREEN BAY PACKERS FTW!!! AARON RODGERS, HELL YES!! Football? THE EFFIN BOMB!!! RULER OF ALL SPORTS (in my POV) and SPORTS OF MY HEART!!!XD

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lol:P


message 10: by Alan

Alan Nayes goge, after that explanation i sure hope the books don't fall short. Thank you for reading. Btw, if you're familiar with the location, i wonder if you're a green bay packer fan. lol.


message 9: by Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac, (last edited Jul 12, 2012 10:05PM)

Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac, Alan wrote: "wow, goge, both those books are so different. hope you enjoy them. thx."

My interests have a tendency of doing that, ranging widely from one another. But I'll tell you why I'm picking them up:

Barbary Point got good reviews from someone I know, it was recommended. I know the location the book's taking place so that caught my interest as well as the plot and the line, "that one magical week in May on the shores of Lake Winnebago when the ducklings hatch and the walleye run." caught my attention. I want to see your writing, how your words flow, your idiosyncrasy.

As for Girl Blue, I especially love and am intrigued by the plotline. A sculptor: an artist, that's always intriguing, a witch who's been wronged and has done wrong thereby encasing her soul in a block of granite. I've been called in by the horror aspect, the possible romance, the betrayal aspect, and the questions, the mystery. I have a lot of questions as to what happened or will happen, hence it's best to read the book and douse my flames of curiosity. Too many unanswered questions are popping up and I'm over-contemplating; I want to read this and soon.


message 8: by Alan (last edited Jul 10, 2012 05:27PM)

Alan Nayes you're welcome and thx for friending, cindi


message 7: by Cindi

Cindi Thanks for the friend request, Alan!


message 6: by Alan

Alan Nayes wow, goge, both those books are so different. hope you enjoy them. thx.


Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac, Hi^^ I'm Goge, Thank you for the add! This is pretty nice, after I read Barbary Point and Girl Blue (on my tbr list) I can comment on your page as I please. Looking forward to your writing!


message 4: by mrsj

mrsj Thanks for the add! :)


message 3: by Midu

Midu Hadi Thanks for the invite!


message 2: by Alan (last edited Sep 20, 2011 06:17AM)

Alan Nayes thx, Stacy. THE UNNATURAL is definitely more twisted.


message 1: by Stacy

Stacy Eaton Hey Alan - I enjoyed reading Barbary Point - Working on the Unnatural now!


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