Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Make Believe

Fiction With Made Up Plot By Me, The Guy Typing This

The History of Living Forever by Jake Wolff. The autobiography of Merlin who continues to live backwards in time.

Summer of '69 by Elin Hilderbrand. An Asperger's teenager is fascinated with the song by Bryan Adams and the lyrics guide her in investigating the murder of her best friend.

Mrs. Everything by Jennifer Weiner. Joan Atchison is Super Mom and Driven Winery Manager. When a norovirus lays her out for months on end she learns to accept her new limitations.

Oracle by Clive Cussler Liteary Industries and Robin Burcell. After five years of hits on Wall Street Dave Grimaldi thinks he can do no wrong. So, he decides to produce a motion picture and sets up filming in rural West Kansas. Surprises ensue.

The Summer Guests by Mary Alice Monroe. After her husband's death Louise's seaside house is getting difficult to pay for. Why not open the house as a vacation rental and live in her converted garage? Demanding and drunken guests lead to trouble and surprising romance.

The Shallows by Matt Goldman. The Shallows should be safe. But shallow water can still hide many dangers. New parents Jill and Shonda are about to find out how dangerous.

More News Tomorrow by Susan Richards Shreve. Natalie works a science station on the other side of the Arctic Circle. Limited satellite access and broken equipment leave her with only a few sentences of contact per day with her husband. Natalie is already worried for her ill father, but what about her husband's fidelity?

The Stone Circle by Elly Griffiths. Misty and Jacob are exploring the woods near their new home by the Canadian border in Vermont. The discover an overgrown glade with a circle of boulders. Who put the stones there? Why do the rocks seem to vibrate upon touching? Why do Misty and Jacob feel they should not tell their parents about the stones?


Outlander: Season Four starring [actors]. Scotland? Ireland. I'm not sure what's going on. Here is a song.

Plastic Discs Contain a Computer Code That Is Translated Into Music

Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? by Deerhunter. Tall guy sings songs and plays instruments for you to enjoy.

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