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Used to be Ane Rice, but sadly, she's seemed to have strayed from her roots and ... editor. Her poestic writing and visual imaginaiton used to remind my how wonderful it feels t0 write. Now, I can't seem to finish her novels and am no longer an loyal follower. Guilt, guilt, I know!

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Ursula Hegi, Maeve Binchy, Philippa Gregory, Jane Austen...it's to early for me to think of any more at the moment. <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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I second the Tabitha King vote!


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Janrae Frank and Lucy Snider. Sweet!

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I always read anything by Kathleen Woodiwiss & LaVyrle Spencer. Neither one of them are putting out books any longer.

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Woodiwiss and Spencer are my mom's favorite too. do you know for a fact that they aren't writing anymore? or has it just been awhile......

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I used to read LaVyrle Spencer also. Been a looooong time ago. I never read Woodiwiss but see the books and wondered if they were my taste or not. I like many of the suspense books and mystery/cozy authors.

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Margaret Truman , Anne Perry, Val McDermid for mysteries(for starters)...

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Kitkat - I read some articles several years back that LaVryle Spencer officially retired. I was really bummed. It was in 1997, and I guess she planned on writing screenplays, but I don't know if any of them have been put to screen.

I don't know if Kathleen Woodiwiss is retired, but she hasn't put anything out in a few years.

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Judi Picoult - I love her books but haven't read the new one she has out!


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