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L. A. Sleepers, A Noir Novel In Installments by Dakota Donovan

Have I found a fun thing for you guys! Dakota Donovan, ghostwriter extraordinaire, is penning a noir novel about her many adventures as a Hollywood ghostwriter. Each day, there is a new bit added to the whole. It’s so much fun, and Dakota’s writing style is sharp and witty, with some great turns of phrase sprinkled throughout. Check it out!

To be reminded when each day’s installment is added, be sure to Follow the blog. Because each installment is only about a third of a chapter or so, it is quick and easy to keep up with Dakota’s trials and travails. To bring yourself up to date, start on the Home Page, at the bottom, and read the posts moving upward. Once you are caught up, you only need to read the new post, which appears at the top of the page. 

I’m really enjoying this book, and can’t wait to get farther into the mystery.  Hope some of you enjoy it as much as I do.

L. A. Sleepers, A Noir Novel In Installments 

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4 thoughts on “L. A. Sleepers, A Noir Novel In Installments by Dakota Donovan

  1. elizabeth on said:

    Thanks for sharing this Marcia. I’m away to take a look. 🙂

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    • Hope you like it, Elizabeth. I’m enjoying it. It reminds me of an old radio serial, like those I listened to as a child. (WAAAAY before your time, I’m sure!) I think the mystery is building nicely. Let me know what you think. Or better, yet, let Dakota Donovan know. You can comment under each section.

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  2. Sounds interesting. I’ll check it out. Thanks!

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