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I found myself talking to her as if she was someone I had known since childhood. And, I reminded myself, she wasn't. I had only met her that evening. She still had ink stains on her hands.

From; The Thing About Cassandra


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  1. I've heard so many wonderful things about this author but I haven't read any of his books yet. This sounds like a story I'd enjoy.
    My Tuesday post features SIX STRINGS.

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  2. Interesting teaser!

    mine: https://storytreasury.wordpress.com/2015/02/03/teaser-tuesday-night-blooming/

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  3. I love the cover, with the wolf in the short distance. Haunting. Interesting teaser. I would pick up this book.

    My Teaser this week

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  4. An interesting cover and teaser.

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  5. I like the sentiment of knowing someone you only just met, its great when you meet people who give you that feeling. I wonder about the ink stains though, that makes me question whether this is a real or fictional person (because the ink could suggest the speaker just wrote this person into existence). Great teaser!

    Here are Mine.

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  6. I just added that book to my TBR list earlier today! I love his writing.
    My Teaser

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  7. This is going on my must read list. I love the title and tag on the cover and hear such great things about his writing.

    My TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2015/02/03/teaser-tuesdays-100-one-more-day-what-if-tommorrow-never-happens/

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  8. I wonder about the ink stains. Is that a bad sign? I hope not since I frequently have ink stains.

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  9. I'd like to try this one as well -- good teaser Freda.

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  10. Neil Gaiman is fantastic and I'm really looking forward to this.

    By the way, I've nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Check it out here: http://never-anyone-else.blogspot.com/2015/02/versatile-blogger-award.html

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  11. Sounds like something I should check out. Love the cover!

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  12. interesting title and teaser

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  13. Great choice, as I'm really looking forward to reading this one!

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  14. I love Neil Gaiman! My library doesn't have this book though, so I might have to go get my own copy. The teaser sounds great, I'd love to know what comes next!

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