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The Curse of Nefertiti
A Life in the Age of Pompeii
The Princess, The Toad & The Whale
The Further Adventures of The Princess, The Toad & The Whale
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WOW!!!!!! Charline I totally loved the book. My favorite author is Wilbur Smith and I have read all of his books, so I was really looking forward to The Curse of Nefertiti. I found your book to be as exciting as anything he has written and only being in front of a screen stopped me from reading it within a day; maybe two at the most. Lol Thank you so very much for sharing your book with me. I sure hope you have more books to publish as you definitely have a new BIG fan :)
Your questions were, as you stated, “direct to the point.” I appreciated the questions and your ability to get at the inner person and the ruminations that went on in my brain.
I think I'm happy with my answers and I was happy with your questions because they got me thinking and searching my past. You would have made a good therapist. You seem to know how important the past can be as your book shows. I'm not sure what you can do with the answers but I wish you luck. It feels like I've been through a therapy session and I got my monies worth.
Dr. Herman Kagan, Ph. D.
I started and finished the book, (The Curse of Nefertiti), on Saturday. My only question: When does your next book come out?!?!?!
I am amazed at how you've come to be you; a positive, open-minded person, self-schooled and knowledgeable in spite of your nomadic, difficult childhood and ‘strange’ parents, which covers a lot of how I really consider them.
I do admire you Charline, to say the least, and I'm proud to be connected to you.
Just finished reading your book, The Curse of Nefertiti, last night, and wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed it. Your time travel premise was really cool, and I liked the way you developed Kayla's remembrances a piece at a time. I couldn't put the book down. I don't know what would be involved in scripting a story like this and adapting it to a form that might be the basis for a movie, but you have an excellent candidate here.
Looking forward to your next book,
Just thought I would drop a line to say that I enjoyed reading "The Curse of Nefertiti."
It is not my usual genre of book, but I thought I would give a read and I am glad I did. Very well written and a joy to read. Nice escape from the everyday. Made for some nice and relaxing evenings of reading something I haven't enjoyed in a long time.
I look forward to the next book, is it ready yet?
I'm glad you gave Kayla the characteristics of being a total woman, capable of great love. The Curse of Nefertiti was a wonderful love story, and I look forward to reading more from you in the future.
I absolutely loved the children's books. I was laughing as I read them. I'm looking forward to reading them to my granddaughter.
For someone that did not have much formal education; I loved how you wrote them out, so that bigger words could be sounded out phonetically. No one teaches phonetics and the books were perfect.
I enjoyed your book, The Curse of Nefertiti. Your Egyptian History was well searched, and cleverly integrated the characters from present to past. The events followed each other smoothly and I never had to look back to make out the characters, as I need to do many-a-time with some novels. I love the way you write; flowing and no complicated, overdone sentences and scenes.
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