It’s Party Time! #RRBC Springtime Book and Block Party!

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Hello, and welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club’s Springtime Book and Block Party! Thanks for visiting From the Pen of Mae Clair, my online abode, which hails from Central Pennsylvania. In true party tradition, I have prizes to give away! You don’t have to be a member of RRBC to win (although we’d love to have you join).

Here’s what’s up for grabs:

1 $10.00 Amazon Gift Card  • 1 $5.00 Amazon Gift Card
Total Prizes I’m awarding: 2

All you have to do to be eligible to win either prize is leave a comment
on my
“out of this world” post. Easy Peasey!

Today’s Party Topic: UFO’s
(cue spooky music)

3d rendering of flying saucer ufo on night background

Whether you believe in UFO’s or not, the concept of alien visitors and mysterious lights/flying objects makes for interesting fiction. My most recent release A Cold Tomorrow weaves UFO folklore into the plot. Book 2 of my Point Pleasant Series dedicated to the urban legend of the Mothman, it can be read as a standalone novel. Even better, my publisher has reduced the price to .99 cents through April 30.

Writing the book required a good deal of research, including searching through multiple articles and books related to UFOs and alien encounters. These are just a few of the tidbits I found of interest:

  • There are documented UFO sightings from 1850, 1846, 1866, 1820 and before
  • Prior to 1848 most UFO sightings had religious connotations, relating them to angels and other spiritual beings
  • 1896-1897 saw a huge number of newspaper articles and eyewitness reports of “mystery airships” starting in the Western United States and spreading east
  • Most UFO sightings happen on Wednesdays (must have something to do with that midweek hump!)
  • In 1966, fed by media hype, UFO hunting was almost a national sport with people gathered on hilltops, fields, even cemeteries, their eyes turned skyward
  • Within one hour of the Silver Bridge collapse in Point Pleasant, West Virginia in 1967, twelve UFOs appeared in the “TNT Area” (reputed haunt of the Mothman), located six miles away
  • Most UFOs are light sources rather than metallic objects

I’ve got pages upon pages of written notes on UFO phenomena and could go on and on, but I think you get the idea that UFOs have been around for a while.

A Cold Tomorrow is a more than a fictional tale of UFOs. It’s a story of betrayal and revenge, an experiment gone wrong, and a town—already suffering under economic hardship—plagued by inexplicable circumstances.

Book cover for A COLD TOMORROW by author, Mae Clair shows a deserted country lane at night beneath a sky of green cloudsBLURB:

Where secrets make their home… 

Stopping to help a motorist in trouble, Katie Lynch stumbles upon a mystery as elusive as the Mothman legend that haunts her hometown of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Could the coded message she finds herald an extraterrestrial visitor? According to locals, it wouldn’t be the first time. And what sense should she make of her young son’s sudden spate of bizarre drawings—and his claim of a late-night visitation? Determined to uncover the truth, Katie only breaks the surface when a new threat erupts. Suddenly her long-gone ex-boyfriend is back and it’s as if he’s under someone else’s control. Not only is he half-crazed, he’s intent on murder….

As a sergeant in the sheriff’s office of the famously uncanny Point Pleasant, Officer Ryan Flynn has learned to tolerate reports of puzzling paranormal events.   But single mom Katie Lynch appears to be in very real danger—and somehow Ryan’s own brother, Caden, is caught up in the madness, too. What the skeptical lawman discovers astounds him—and sends him into action. For stopping whatever evil forces are at play may just keep Katie and Caden alive….

Purchase for .99 cent from any major book retailer using this
Universal Purchase Link
 

Thanks for partying with me today! You can find the whole party line-up (including more stops today) by clicking HERE.  Note: To my RRBC friends, I apologize in advance that I’ll be absent the latter half of the month and unable to comment on your posts, as I’ll be away on vacation with limited internet access (if at all). You know how UFOs like to interfere with reception 😉

Don’t forget to comment below for your chance to win
one of my two prizes up for grabs.

You’d also make me, the Mothman, and those busy UFOs very happy
if you’d consider grabbing A Cold Tomorrow at its
special discounted price of .99 cents.

It’s an out of this world deal! 😀

139 thoughts on “It’s Party Time! #RRBC Springtime Book and Block Party!

  1. Hi Mae!
    I love your UFO facts! Interesting stuff, especially seeing them more on Wednesdays! I loved the first book, “A Thousand Yesteryears” and I am really looking forward to reading a book filled with UFOs:) Hope you have a wonderful vacation and enjoy your blog party, too!

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    • HI, D.L. Thanks for those kind words. I LOVED your review of A Thousand Yesteryears and hope you will enjoy A Cold Tomorrow too. 🙂
      I was so surprised about Wednesdays. I would have thought Fridays or Saturdays with more people being out in the evenings at the end of a week. Of course, I guess the aliens have other ideas about when to show up, LOL!
      Thanks for visiting with me today, and for your wonderful support!

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    • Hi, A.S! I’m glad you enjoyed one of my novels and will be looking into the Point Pleasant Series. Not only did I research a lot of online and written information, but I also made two trips to the areas in the books so I could write about them effectively. Hands-on research was a great experience!

      Thanks for visiting with me today, and I hope you enjoy the books when you get the chance to read them!

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    • Lovely! Wendy, I am so glad I was able to entice you with the mystery. I like hearing you “were unable to resist” 😀

      Thank you so much for the purchase and for visiting with me today. The Mothman and my collection of aliens send their thanks too 🙂

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  2. Yes, it’s an out of this world deal indeed, folks! Having already read the first 2 books in the series I can testify it. Superb reading, for me!

    As a firm believer in UFOs, I can say that all the things you stated in the post are proof of the human world getting visitors from outer space. There are theories even stating they, the aliens, are among us already. Why wonder?

    And thinking at the fact that Britain made public all the secret, up to now, files on UFOs sightings and the fact that the Pope admitted there are aliens it means aliens, UfOs are real.

    There are some who claim that in 1986 at the Chernobyl accident, aliens helped remove part of the deadly emanations from the reactor.
    Well, I can hardly wait for your A Desolate Hour, part three in the series. I know I won’t be disappointed.
    Best of luck with the tour!

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    • Hi, Carmen! Great to have you stop by. I’m delighted you enjoyed the first two books and are looking forward to the final installment. Thanks for the wonderful compliments about the series!

      It is interesting how much is really available for reading on alien encounters when you delve into the subject. Some are clearly fabricated but there are just as many credible reports as well. Some also believe the prophet Ezekiel wrote about UFOs in the Bible.

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  3. Wow, you really did your research on UFOs. There are always some people who carry things overboard, but no one can deny the fact that unexplained sightings occur.

    Of course, you know how much I enjoyed A Cold Tomorrow as well as A Thousand Yesteryears. Great books and I highly recommend both to anyone who hasn’t read them.

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    • So glad you could join us! The party goes on all months, so there is much for fun to be had. And I’m glad you liked my UFO info. It’s amazing the tidbits and stories I discovered while doing research.

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  4. Fascinating that most sightings occurred on Wednesday. That can’t be a coincidence. Did you ever find out the (possible) scientific reason why?

    A Cold Tomorrow is a steal at 99c. Loved the series. Party on!

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    • Thanks for the shout-out on the series, Sue!

      And no, nothing to explain why the bulk of sightings occurred on Wednesdays. It seemed like an odd day to me. If there is a scientific reason I didn’t find it in any of my research.

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    • Thanks, Robbie! I was fortunate enough to also make two weekend trips to the area where the events in my books take place. It was great being able to absorb the local color first hand. The best research I’ve ever done! 🙂

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  5. Love the UFO facts. I have actually seen, with my own eyes, what I can only describe as a UFO and mostly what I took from the experience was the energy I felt from it. I have actually just opened “A Cold Tomorrow” and read the prologue. Can’t wait to dive into it because I know once I start Chapter 1, there will be no putting it down. 🙂 Enjoy your party day!

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    • Oooh, so excited to hear you’ve started A Cold Tomorrow, Jan! I have a special fondness for this book.

      I believe that I too, saw a UFO, when I was six years old. I did a post about it during the Story Empire Roadshow tour on P. H. Solomon’s blog. In my case, it was a light source (there’s a reason for that green sky on the cover of A Cold tomorrow), and to this day I remember it vividly. Even looking back, as an adult, I can’t explain what it was, so it remains a UFO to me!

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  6. Loved A Cold Tomorrow, and can’t wait for A Desolate Hour. I remember the old TV show “In Search Of…” hosted by Leonard Nimoy. They used to cover all kinds of weird stuff, from UFOs to Nessie to Sasquatch. Then there was the school of thought back in the early 70s about aliens either meeting or being the old Aztec civilization. Fascinating stuff. I’ll be enjoying the party (and enjoy your vacation, Mae!)

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    • I remember that show, Julie. I used to love it too, as I enjoy anything of a speculative nature. And Nimoy made a great host.

      I’m glad you’re looking forward to A Desolate Hour. I hate to say goodbye to the series, but I also feel like I’ve taken it full circle with the last book. Thanks for all your support!

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    • Thank you, Yvette! I’m doing a Snoopy dance right now. I LOVED your review of Eclipse Lake, and I hope you find A Cold Tomorrow equally enjoyable. Thanks for the wonderful support!

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  7. Yes Mae, I do think UFO’s will be around. I could swear that when my son was around 8 years old, we spotted what looked like a flying light several nights. It was the weirdest thing. Your research is enlightening. Have a great tour!

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    • Shirley, many of the reported sightings I researched (specifically those in Point Pleasant) involved tales of lights returning over and over again, several nights in a row, so it’s quite possible that you and your son did see a UFO.

      I’m convinced I saw one when I was six, and that experience is still vivid today. Thanks for joining me on my party day and for sharing. I love thinking about all the “what if” possibilities that exist in our universe!

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  8. Mae, you have piqued my interest! I love reading about (and watching) things unknown. I’m fascinated by that world and could easily talk hours about myths and legends… Thanks so much for sharing such a wonderful post with us. Congrats on a fabulous day in the Block Party!!

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    • Mar, we definitely have a love of myths and legends in common. Like you I could talk for hours of anything of a speculative nature. It was great to be able to explore those elements in this series and A Cold Tomorrow. Thanks for visiting with me today on the Block Party!

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  9. Fabulous post, Mae! It’s a fascinating topic for sure. Hubby and I watch the show Alien Encounters, it’s entertaining, but more captivating.
    Thanks for sharing these tidbits with us. I hope more readers pick up this series, as it’s a 5 star, highly recommended read.
    Wishing you a lovely vacation! Enjoy. 🙂

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    • Thank you, Natalie. I LOVED your reviews of my series and truly appreciate your wonderful support.! Captivating is a good word for shows related to the unexplained. I love them too.
      Thanks for sharing in my party day. It’s always a pleasure to have you drop by! 🙂

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    • This is what I love about RRBC..authors supporting each other. Thanks so much for picking up my .99c deal and I hope you enjoy the book. I love writing fiction that includes speculative elements. Thanks for visiting me on my party day and for the purchase, You’re a star! 🙂

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    • Hi, Maggie. Lovely to have you drop by today. I love doing research, and in addition to what I did online and in tracking down articles and books, I visited the locales featured in my novels on two different weekend trips. It really enhanced my grasp of the settings and the history of the area.

      Thanks for visiting with me today!

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      • Mae Clair, I started to read your novel – A Cold Tomorrow. Very intriguing. Love the buildup of suspense. I’m about halfway. I can’t wait to see where it goes. Well done.

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    • I have to go with your DH, as I’m sure I saw one as a kid, too. I’m not 100% convinced it was of the alien variety but (to this day) it remains unidentified, it was flying and it was an object 🙂

      I just love thinking about this stuff, Jacquie! Like you said…who knows? 🙂
      Thanks for popping in and visiting on my blog party day!

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  10. Mixing mystery with sci-fi and UFO’s. Good job. Don’t know whether I’m a believer, but I do know, if we’re here on the planet earth, what’s to stop life appearing on other planets, maybe one more sophisticated than ours. Good luck on the tour.

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    • Thank you for the well wishes, and it’s a pleasure to have you visit my blog. I’m not entirely convinced of “aliens” in the sense that we think of them, but I do believe that there are things out there of an unidentified nature that give rise to speculative thoughts. And those are the things I love thinking about and, in this case, writing about. Thanks for visiting me today!

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    • Thanks for all those shout-outs, Craig. Your support is truly appreciated! I’m thrilled you enjoyed the series and recommend it. And the Mothman and I are looking forward to a respite away with fun and sun!

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  11. I think mankind has been fascinated by the stars and what they are and who lives there from the time we first learned to use tools and form tight social groups. So many strange things appear in cave paintings and ‘stone age’ cultural objects it’s tempting to conclude that we’ve been having astral visitors from prehistoric times. Anyway – I WANT to think that the TRUTH IS OUT THERE. so I enjoyed your post today Mae! 😀
    A Cold Tomorrow is climbing up my TBR list even now *-)

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    • Jan, I’m excited to know that A Cold Tomorrow is climbing on your TBR. I definitely think that mankind has turned their eyes to the skies and wondered what is out there from the time the first stars appeared in the skies. I grew up using a telescope and sky watching is something I love doing to this day!
      Thanks for partying with me!

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  12. Loved your post, Mae, and just purchased the book. When I lived in Indiana, in the early 1970s, I saw several UFOs…and I wasn’t looking for them. It turns out the locals saw them regularly. I dutifully called the police, the local airport and then the Air Force…that was a hoot! Can’t wait to read your book… 🙂

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    • Gwen, so thrilled you bought the book. Thank you! 🙂

      I was a witness to a UFO when I was a kid, and it remains vivid in my memory to this day. I wasn’t looking for it either but just sitting on the front porch with my father.

      It’s interesting that you called the police, airport and Air Force. They all factored heavily into the research I did on UFO reports and it’s interesting how each group responded. The end result? No one wanted to admit anything unusual had appeared in the sky.

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    • Joy, you made my day knowing you picked up A Cold Tomorrow. Thank you so much! I so appreciated the support and am happy you enjoyed the first book enough to purchase the second. I hope you enjoy the tale and many thanks for visiting me on my party day!

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    • Charles, I think they have dropped, although maybe they’re just not “trending” at the moment. It’s odd how modern focus changes with the times. Reports are out there if you search for them, just not in the public eye. I’m glad you enjoyed the post!

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  13. Greetings Mae…take me to your leader! Sorry. I couldn’t resist. Just bought your book and am looking forward to reading it. Great post. I’ve never seen a UFO. Most of the flying objects I have seen are ones that people threw at me when I was working as a journalist. Hazards of the craft!

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    • OMG, you have me laughing with that reply! 🙂

      Thank you so much for purchasing A Cold Tomorrow. That rocks!!! I doing a Snoopy dance in response, LOL!

      I have seen a UFO, although it was when I was six. I still remember it vividly to this day, I won’t say it was of the alien variety, but it was unidentified, it was flying and it was an object. UFO works 🙂

      Your experience as a journalist sounds erm, um…interesting. I bet you have plenty of stories!

      Thanks for visiting me today!

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    • Hi, Rob. You are on my read list too! If only there were more hours in the day that we could just enjoy books and binge read instead of courting the day job!

      Thanks so much for visiting me on my blog party day and thanks for the well wishes on vacation. I’m headed for fun and sun in Mexico!

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  14. Hi Mae – I absolutely LOVE your books – I have read the Point Pleasant series and a few others – and have found ALL your books exciting, thrilling, fascinating, intriguing, and totally enjoyable! I highly recommend them all – you are a gifted writer! Love your blog – so glad I stopped by! Have a great vacation – have a wonderful time! 🙂

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    • Oh, wow, Lynn, that comment blew me away, You made my day, my night, my week, LOL! Thank you so much for those kind words. I’m thrilled beyond measure that you’ve found my writing and my books so enjoyable. Thanks for the well wishes on vacation, for visiting me on my block party day and for all of your awesome support. I’m honored and humbled.

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    • YAY! Linda, thank you for the purchase. You have me grinning ear to ear. 🙂 I am truly thankful for your interest in my work and I hope you enjoy the tale.

      And I know what you mean about RRBC….so many good books! I want to force more hours in my day just for reading. This blog party is so much fun!

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    • Wow, Karen, thank you for the purchase, and may I return the sentiment–you are a gift writer as well. Novy’s Son held me riveted from start to finish. I truly appreciate your support and send best wishes your way!

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    • HI, Rhani! Thanks for the well wishes. I saw a UFO when I was six, which probably explains why writing this book was so intriguing for me. From the research to the actual writing, it was a topic I could relate to. And urban legends are my bread and butter, with the Mothman at the top of my list.

      Thanks for visiting me today!

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  15. Hi Mae, I love all stories on UFO’S and yes I believe in them. Naturally, I had to buy tour book at once even though I haven’t finished your last one. Now if I cn just live long enough to read all the books I have stockpiled. Have a wonderful vacation and keep watching the sky!!h

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    • Hi, Micki! I believe in UFOs too and saw one when I was six (there’s a reason for that green cloud on the cover of A Cold Tomorrow). I love thinking about all of the “what if” possibilities in our universe.

      Thank you so much for purchasing A Cold Tomorrow. I truly appreciate the support, and I also relate to the books you have stockpiled. I am the same way, although yours is pushing closer to the top of my TBR. If only we had more hours in the day to read. You are a sweetheart! Thank you so much, and keep watching the skies in return! 🙂

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    • Alicia, it’s great to have you drop by. I was shocked to learn how far back UFO sightings were recorded…..although I had long heard that Ezekiel wrote about them in the Bible. I would love to see some of those old newspaper accounts.

      Thanks for visiting with me today!

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  16. Not sure that I believe in UFOs, but your site is super cool, Mae. I saw a UFO about 35 years ago. Nobody believed me…until the morning radio DJ took a call from a woman who saw something in the same area I saw it. Does it mean aliens? I don’t know about that, but it sure made for interesting conversation. Best wishes.

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    • Oooh, love the UFO story, Beem! Like you, I saw “something” when I was six years old. I won’t say it was of the alien variety but it was a UFO in the sense it was unidentified, flying and an object. I still remember it vividly to this day and it does make for interesting speculation and conversation.

      Thanks for sharing your story and visiting today. Glad you like my site! 🙂

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    • That rocks my world, Frances! Thank you so much for the purchase. I have seen one…..way back when I was six (the reason for that green cloud on the cover), and I love exploring the possibility of all the “what if” scenarios that go hand in hand with lights in the sky.

      I hope you enjoy the story.Thank you again—from me, the Mothman, all my UFO friends 😀

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  17. Sigh! You already know my TBR list and I are no longer on speaking terms, Mae Clair! I should have signed a prenuptial agreement. UFO’s have long fascinated me, so “A Cold Tomorrow” has now been added to the list. Have a wonderful Vacation! Be certain to post some pictures when you get home! 😁

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    • I’m impressed. You knew about the spiked punch bowl.It was supposed to be a secret, but the Mothman is still having a hard time grasping the idea 😉

      Robin, thanks for visiting and the comment. I think you’ll find that A Cold Tomorrow is as much a mystery/thriller and contemporary drama as it is SF. I had a hard time classifying it on Amazon, but the UFOs do give it a SF slant. If you decided to pick it up, I hope you enjoy.

      And, of course, the punch as well. The Mothman says it’s his special recipe 🙂

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    • Hi, Laurie! You made my day with that comment and purchase of A Cold Tomorrow. I’m doing a happy dance right now 🙂

      Thanks so much, and I hope you enjoy the book. Maybe be careful about reading it on a Wednesday 😉

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  18. I love some Sci-Fi shows and movies. I’m a big fan of X-files and all the Stargate shows like SG1 and Stargate Atlantis. Your book sounds interesting, so I snagged a copy. I’ve not read that many Sci-Fi books though. I’ve always loved mystery books, and a long time ago I picked up a book called “Doomsday Conspiracy” by Sidney Sheldon. Back then, I normally read everything Sheldon wrote. “Doomsday Conspiracy” turned out to be a Sci-Fi Mystery Government Conspiracy and it’s now one of my favorite books by Sheldon.

    Hope your having a fun party.

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    • Hi, Kim! I remember reading a number of Sidney Sheldon’s books, but Doomsday Conspiracy is one I must have missed. It sounds interesting!

      Thanks so much for purchasing A COLD TOMORROW. I think you’ll find that it has as many contemporary mystery elements as it does SF and speculative elements. I do hope you enjoy. Thanks for the purchase and support!

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      • Did you know he was a writer for television? “I Dream of Jennie” was one and “Hart to Hart” was another. Odd because the books he wrote were nothing like the shows he scripted. I told this one guy about the book and about the television shows. He read mostly horror by authors such as Anne Price and didn’t think he would like it. After he read it, he said he LOVED IT.

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      • Kim, that’s really interesting. I had NO CLUE SS wrote those shows. You’re so right that the books he did were not even in the ballpark of what he scripted. Pretty amazing that he was that diverse!

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    • Hi, Lauralynn! I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed the Point Pleasant series. A Desolate Hour, the final book will be out in July. More of the Mothman and my alien visitors! I’m going to hate to say goodbye to them, LOL.

      Thanks for popping in and sharing in my party day—and for those great comments about the series! 🙂

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  19. Hi Mae, I’ve always known there’s been aliens out there but they’re smart enough to not let us see them. They do leave clues though, for instance they knocked out our power tonight so this will be brief. Thanks for all your past support and good luck with the Party. Fun isn’t it learning more about RRBC members? Great post!

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    • Hi, Larry! I see those pesky aliens are at it again playing havoc with electrical lines 😉 I hope your power wasn’t down for long and things are back to normal now.

      I do believe I saw a “light source” UFO when I was 6, so I do think there are “unknowns” out there and it’s interesting speculating about them.

      Thanks for your support too. The party is a blast and I’m having fun learning about all the RRBC members who are participating and commenting. 🙂

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  20. Good evening, Mae Clair!

    Your post has given me information to share with my granddaughter! She is currently fascinated with aliens at the moment! As for myself, I will enjoy reading your books, that now grace my TBR mountains and I shall enjoy them as soon as my “free time” begins next week!

    Thanks for making the #RRBC Spotlight Book & Blog Block Party such a fun place to hang out!

    Patricia Green

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    • Hi, Patricia! How delightful to have you drop by and share in my party day! I love the fact that your granddaughter is fascinated by aliens and UFOs. They make for interesting reading, and I actually miss the research I did on them.

      Thank you for adding my books to your towering TBR! 🙂
      When you have time to read, I do hope you enjoy them!

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  21. Marvelous post, Mae! I love all things mysterious, including UFOs. Both Stuart Wilde and David Icke wrote extensively about UFOs coming from alternate dimensions. As you may know, alternate dimensions are among my passions. Thanks for clever and energizing information.

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  22. Hi Mae. I don’t think my earlier comment loaded, but it may be here and I just can’t find it! I have read one of your books and have another on my kindle. The rest are on my TBR as you are such a talented author. Wishing you great success in all that you do!

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    • Aww, Lizzie you are such a sweetheart. Thank you for those lovely words! I truly appreciate the support and am humbled by your comment on story-telling ability. Thanks so much for taking the time to make sure your comment appeared. I’m grateful for all your support! 🙂

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  23. loved your post! Out of this world, indeed. I was pulled into the sci fi world at my father’s knee – he was a huge sci fi reader, so I got to read Asimov and Herbert when I was preteen. I was the only one he would take with him to a sci fi movie (some were pretty scary for a young girl, too!) War of the Worlds had me on edge.
    I am up on the 19th – stop by!

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  24. Hi again, Mae. What–are you in the FBI protection plan lol? You won a book from my blog site and I was sent this address for you but it is bouncing back to me. mae@maeclair.com. Please send me your amazon email address so I can gift you your book. Let me know if you want The cat Who Wanted a Dog-which you won, or . . .And the Whippoorwill Sang.

    mallie1025@aol.com

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