Panama City, FL -- August 18, 2007

Reading Bait, by Karen Robards. Great book, her mother’s boss wrote her a note saying, Take it to the beach. Her mother did bring it to the beach, and she stole it from her, which is okay--her mom has her own book to read.

Recently she hasn’t had a chance to read anything at all. She has a four-year-old and a two-year-old. Her husband, who she described as a very good man, is at home taking care of them right now.

Does she have a favorite book? Not really. Well, she read a great book on her honeymoon called The Pledge, the author’s first and only book, and she was hoping to read more, but now she can’t remember the author’s name. (In my search I came up with the German author, Friedrich Durrenmatt, but he's been more prolific.)

After more thought she came up with Silence of the Lambs, by Thomas Harris. She also likes books by John Grisham.

If she were to write her own book it’d be a murder mystery—that’s what she reads. It'd be set in Florida, on the beach, maybe in Panama City.

When she reads she reads to get lost. She's not looking for a life-changing story, just entertainment.

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