It’s said how few of these I’ve read. Definitely some great material to dive into for classic villainy.
I’ve shrugged off NaNoWriMo for several years, but there’s a book that’s begging to be completed. Looking forward to the challenge.
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Yes, I agree with this list. Four of those in this list I remember vividly. Deep Trouble, Say Cheese & Die, happy 70th R.L. Stine.
I want them all
Really hope to see Wordfire Press on this list next year.
Have to love the one by Hans Selye. Be sure to share your favorite and thank Chrissy Stockton for pooling all of these together for a great post.