Over Tomorrow


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Thank the fuck god! Oh thank

Thank the fuck god!
Oh thank her good.

BTW I love picking up heavy shit, so if you want picking up heavy shit company - I do it thrice weekly.

Posted by Mae Callen (not verified) on Fri, 01/30/2009 - 11:13
Hi Megan, I noticed Exit

Hi Megan,

I noticed Exit Music in your library. I finished the book last weekend. Did you like it? I am sad to see him going into retirement. I read all the Rebus stories and thoroughly enjoy them. I can't believe it is the end of the Rebus serie. Given my secret crush for Siobhan, i just can't accept it.

I love your writing. Please keep going!!!


Posted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/30/2009 - 22:23
Mae: Indeed, it was the week

Mae: Indeed, it was the week without end, seemingly. We'll see how dedicated I actually become to picking up the heavy shit. It's always hard to tell with me at the start of a new fitness thing.

Martin: Ah, Shiv. So totally crushable. I don't think I've read all the Rebus stories, just picked away at them here and there, so I've got at least a few more to go. I hope, anyway. He's apparently writing mysteries still - my mom gave the first post-Rebus one a faint-praise review. She found it hard to get over the fact that it wasn't a Rebus story, which is not Rankin's fault.

You read any Peter Robinson? His Inspector Banks is quite similar to Rebus. In fact, there's a fun thread going through at least the first few books where Banks is irritated because people keep comparing him to this fictional character Rebus. Fun times, and he's still writing.

Always nice to meet another mystery lover.

Glad you like the writing, welcome!

Posted by megan on Sat, 01/31/2009 - 09:50
Megan, thanks for the

Megan, thanks for the information regarding Peter Robinson. I will give it a look. As for Rankin, he is an excellent writer but I am afraid that he will be victim of Rebus' popularity. It will be difficult for him, as it was difficult for Arthur Conan Doyle with Holmes, to stray away from Rebus.

Going down south: Do it! I spent 3 weeks in Argentina in January. This break from winter was wonderful. Sun and the late sunset...nothing can beat that!

Posted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 02/01/2009 - 09:27