Kamis, 13 Mei 2010

A bit of good!

A Bit of Bite ebook

A Bit of Bite ebook

There's nothing more enjoyable than reading a fast-paced book that is well written and has great characters. This was a short novella about Ava, a deputy sheriff in rural Louisiana, bent on protecting the humans from the supernatural forces in her county. Problem is, she's already fallen for the super-hot Alpha of the local werewolf pack, Julian, and she tries to fight that throughout the story.

I am hoping this is a smaller bit of a story to a larger, more drawn out story or series of books because these characters are fabulous and I really want to read more about them. If not, I'll be reading more of this author's work because she has a way or writing that makes it easy for the reader to get lost in without having to trip over big, unnecessary words or annoying typos.

5 Stars!

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8 komentar:

  1. Kathryn Cotton27 Oktober 2010 09.32

    Can someone please provide me with a website or some information on how artists patent and/or copyright their work? Much appreciated!

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  3. I know a patent can cost anywhere from 5k-10k, but how much is a patent review?

    BalasHapus
  4. I have already drawn, designed, and built it by hand. However, I don't have the ability to mass produce it. I am working on the patent process currently to protect the idea, but still want to get the ball rolling with production. It requires wood and screws.

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  5. Can anyone tell me where I can do a research, about whether my idea is already existed or not? Secondly is there any organization that help product people's ideas? in San Antonio Texas? you help is appreciated.

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  6. I'm applying for a provisional patent and was wondering if I need to consult with an attorney first to obtain a docket # as the application asks for one although it's not mandatory?

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  7. If so, do I need a patent the invention before I consider the place?

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  8. Floyd Stevenson17 November 2013 12.32

    I'd just like to know. As always, thank you for any and all answers.

    BalasHapus