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Old 10-13-2011, 11:22 AM   #1
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Got this from Charlaine Harris' fb page:

The May 2012 Sookie Stackhouse novel, "Deadlocked," is the NEXT to last Sookie. The May 2013 book will be the last one. Today I'm finishing my story for the next anthology Toni L.P. Kelner and I are editing ("An Apple for the Creature") which will not be out until next year. We're receiving some great stories for this anthology. I've seen the completed cover for "Deadlocked," by the way, and it's amazing! You go, Lisa Desimini . . .
You are wearing Almost All of your Armor.
You are wearing Partially Burnt Exciting Undergarments on your Head.
You are wearing a Tikbalang Ward on your Neck
You are coated with an Encrusted Foul-Smelling, Sparkly Substance.

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Old 10-13-2011, 08:10 PM   #2
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In December 1893, in order to dedicate more of his time to more "important" works—his historical novels— Conan Doyle had Holmes and Professor Moriarty apparently plunge to their deaths together down the Reichenbach Falls in the story "The Final Problem". Public outcry, however, led him to bring the character back in 1901, in The Hound of the Baskervilles, though this was set at a time before the Reichenbach incident. In 1903, Conan Doyle published his first Holmes short story in ten years, "The Adventure of the Empty House", in which it was explained that only Moriarty had fallen; but since Holmes had other dangerous enemies—especially Colonel Sebastian Moran—he had arranged to also be perceived as dead. Holmes ultimately was featured in a total of 56 short stories and four Conan Doyle novels, and has since appeared in many novels and stories by other authors.
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Darn, I thought it said Snooki.
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Sookie, Snookie they're both annoying bitches.
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