a review of Someday Comes
by Harry Munns.
a review of Hermit's Peak
by Michael McGarrity
more information to Donna Huston
Murray per communication with the writer. Edited home
home page - now site opens directly to latest
news -removed "flying books". Added in a Recommended
a review of Bob Bridges,
an apocalyptic fable by Penny Perkins and Random
Hearts by Warren Adler.
a review of Y2K by R.J.
Pineiro; added a review of Daughter of
Joy by JoAnn Levy
tuned What's New... Expect
to get reviews up this weekend.
spooky! I haven't had a chance to update this site since I started
working again. Send me an e-mail if you want to know when reviews
resume. Otherwise, take advantage of catching up on some of the
previously reviewed books! What's
New was updated, barely.
a page for Pop
Goes the Weasel by James Patterson
home page; updated newsletter page.
a review of Ahab's
Wife, or The Star-Gazer by Sena Jeter Naslund. Updated
Newsletter page. Added new links to many pages.
Newsletter page and started process of removing links to the
message board. It seems it would be better time spent reading
than chatting. Added a review of Foreign
Brides by Elena Lappin.
a review of Hot Enough to Kill
by Paula Boyd
a review of O is for Outlaw
by Sue Grafton. Changed order of Authors listed in Sleuth Series.
a review of Personal Injuries
by Scott Turow.
design on home page.
Navigating This Site (tutorial) to reflect most recent site architectural
changes. (removed 11-1-01).
a review of Exposure by
new links to several pages and updated the Thurlo
changes for all author pages. Added a message board
to the site. (Note: used coolboard at this time.)
a review of The Keys to the Street
by Ruth Rendell. Started redesign of Author pages. Go to Science
Fiction book shelf for example.
the Book Shelf Start Page (see
sample) so that Authors are listed on the right. I thought
this would be clearer. I also updated the Tutorial to reflect
What's New page.
a review of Where the
Heart Is by Billie Letts
a review of Ender's Shadow by Orson
a review of Generous Death by
links and removed all dead ones - lost many due to previous year's
school projects being deleted. Too bad! There were some good ones.
Also changed the link to Amazon to open in Books section.
a review of The Bingo Palace by
new page to highlight Awards Received
and Web Rings
all of yesterday working on speeding up my website by converting
.GIF images to Progressive .JPGs. I gained back 1.5 MB of disk
space on the server and hopefully you will see better download
times. This also explains if you were on my site and saw some
broken images yesterday. I think they are fixed today.... Added
af few more comments to the newsletter, updated about
this site and added new guides to the bottom of the home
reviews of Endymion and
The Rise of Endymion by Dan
Simmons. Also updated newsletter to reflect more new books published
recently. Print lists
were updated to reflect latest and coming releases.
quick vacation. Next update should be in about 10 days. Sorry,
newsletter to reflect to new books published or about to be published.
a review of The Main Corpse
by Diane Mott Davidson.
a review of Incident at Twenty-Mile
"Navigating this Site" to reflect changes in the Index
page and Newsletter Page.
the Home Page so that it would load faster
and have a smaller footprint.
a review of Monkey Wrench by Liza
vacation - will update site upon return in August. Please let
me know if you want to receive notification when reviews begin
Yalom's review from Contemporary to Humor bookshelf. After thinking
about it for a few days, I really started thinking how funny this
book is... Added new information to What's
New. Updated search table on Author
Pages to reflect Amazon.com's changes.
and updated links. Added a review of Lying
on the Couch by Irvin D. Yalom.
a review of A Little Yellow Dog
by Walter Mosley
a review of Ubik by Philip K. Dick.
Added navigation aids at bottom of each author page.
a face lift to the home page. Added new pages What's
New and About This Site.
a new bookshelf called The Wild West. Move
books from Contemporary, Sleuths and Humorous to go on this new
shelf. Changed order of listings under Mostly Fiction's Book Shelves.
Added a review of Almanac of the Dead
by Leslie Marmon Silko.
a review of The
Paperboy by Pete Dexter.
a review of Client Privilege
by William G. Tapply. Added a Guest Book
as suggested by a person named VB.
a review of I Killed Hemingway
by William McCranor Henderson
out a web ring. Added code for The Reader's Ring.
a review of Ten Percent of Life
by Hiber Conteris
new Navigating this site section. Look for this image on the
Home Page so that it has more news and less how to get around
the site! I promised to start reading again soon!
now am at my own domain! Welcome to mostlyfiction.com!
Don't forget to bookmark this new site....
using Front Page. Everything is done using Macromedia Dreamweaver
2, Ultraedit, Micrografx Designer and Picture Publisher.
Coyote Blue by Christopher Moore
and updated the page with new comments.
a review of The Seville Communion
by Arturo Pérez-Reverte
a review of Carolina Garcia-Aguilera's Bloody
II of my overhaul is offically complete. The Web Site is
now tables based versus frames based. New section added
for extra suggestions. Index page is more a newsletter format.
Backgrounds and hypertext colors improved wherever needed.
Most pages should load faster. HTML code has been cleaned up except
where Front Page has won the battle.
a review of Clyde Edgerton's Redeye:
a page for Peter Mayle's Chasing
a page for Hyperion and
The Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons.
my new name! Sealark's Good Books is now called Mostly Fiction.
(Getting ready to move to a new server.)
Ma! No Frames! OK, I cheated and used a tool in MS Front Page.
Will create tables after I read a couple books.
I of my overhaul is officially complete. Every author has
their own web page. Today I finished separating out the
True Adventure novels. Tell
you the truth, it's hard to keep up with my reading spending so
much time editing this site. So before I begin Phase II,
which is to get rid of these ugly frames, I will read a couple
up separate pages for all authors formerly under Used Books -
updated Used Print List
with books that are out of print from all categories. Create new
Alphabetical by Title or can still
search by Author.
books/authors under Espionage/Thrillers.
Added in new book, Billingsgate Shoals
by Rick Boyer.
books/authors under Family Relations & Explorations
in a review of The Shipping News
by E. Annie Proulx. Finally finished separating authors
for the Contemporary
separated out books/authors under Murder
review of The Love Song of J. Edgar
Hoover by Kinky Friedman. Finished separating out authors
under Really Humorous fiction. Added
a new page that lists all Print Lists.
review of Diane Mott Davidson's Dying
birthday! Sealark's Good Books is one year old today!
Finished separating writers in the Science
Fiction section. Added Joe Haldeman's
separating out writers and their books for the Latino/Hispanic
bookshelf, included a new intro.
ready to celebrate one year anniversary. I am redesigning
this site. If you click on Favorite
Sleuths under Book Shelves, then you get a feel as to where
I am heading with my redesign. There is a lot more that
I want to do, but am taking this is steps! Any Feedback
a review of Esperanza's Box of Saints
by Maria Amparo Escandon. Added new catchy Amazon.com logo
to the left frame, top.
in quick comments on Bloody Shame
by Carolina Garcia-Aguilera ; moved Cornwell's Hornet
Nest to Sleuth Series bookshelf since she recently came out
with Southern Cross, a second novel featuring the same lame crew
as in Hornet's nest.
review of Jane Hamilton's The
Book of Ruth
books out of print or on back order shall be listed in the bibliography
followed by a (read more) if Amazon.com has reviews of the book.
White Rush/Green Fire by Mark McGarrity
Consuming Fire by Thomas D. Davis.
comments on Stuart Woods Dirt.
review of Manhattan Nocturne
by Colin Harrison.
all amazon.com hyperlinks to open in a new window. Created
printable Summary Lists for each book section.
in three reviews: Bloody
Waters by Carolina Garcia-Aguilera, But
I Wouldn't Want to Die There by Nancy Pickard and The
Snake, The Crocodile and The Dog by Elizabeth Peters.
in two reviews: Dream of a Falling
Eagle by George C. Chesbro and Thin
Air by Robert Parker
to change format so that title does not open onto yet another
page. This involves adding the bibliographies for most authors
onto bookshelf pages. Time consuming, but I think it looks a lot
New Year! Added two reviews: The
Law of Love by Laura Esquivel and Stormy
Weather by Carl Hiaasen - both excellent books. More house
cleaning as well!
here for Complete Record of Modifications