2. How long have you been writing?
3. What are you working on now?
4. You told me before your stories come to you in your dreams. Do you also get their names as well? Sometimes I get the names. Gavin was emphatic that was his name. Sometimes it's not so clear. I look in the phone book for interesting names or I do a search for popular names for a particular year.
5. You can answer this question if you want, but is your Cancer cured?
6. How much do you enjoy writing?
7. Do you ever relate with any of your characters?
8. What is your most favorite book of all time by someone else?
9. What is your favorite book that you have personally written?
10. What do you like to do in your spare time?
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When Debbie Zello asked me to read and review this book, I instantly looked at this title, and thought to myself, now this book is going to be different.
The cover has this sexy hunk on it, which instantly makes you want to open it up right there. When there is a sexy hunk on the cover, who isn’t going to check out your book? I opened the inside, and then noticed it has forty one chapters. Well, let’s pull up a chair, I know for a fact that Debbie Zello can please my reading cravings, so here I go.
Gavin McLean is a delicious looking homicide detective, and he has siblings and all of their names start with G.
Gavin decided to become a detective, unlike most of his siblings, many of them had went into law. Gavin decided to be the odd one out, however it was everything he wanted and more. Something that kept him busy, and he enjoyed it.
You see, Gavin is one of those Detectives that who puts his work first, like many of the homicide detectives that are truly into their work. With this, comes little time for a social life, let alone sleep.
When Gavin does sleep, his schedule is sporadic, and he has dreams. And his dreams are always repetitive. These dreams start off all sweet and innocent.
There is this beautiful woman, a woman that any man would swoon over. Most would think, you know what, this is going to be good, were going to visualize a dream of them getting it on. Nope.
You know you want to see this masculine body get all sweaty and naked, and have a romp in the hay. But it’s not going to happen. The dream turns into a nightmare, every time. You see the ceiling, it gets cold inside. And then you see meat hooks, and then you see this beautiful brunette hanging from them. She is begging for her life, pleading. What just happened? How did this happen and what is going on? Gavin doesn’t understand. And he just keeps having these dreams, and doesn’t understand the meaning behind them, or even if there is one.
Gavin decides he needs to get a personal life, to break this monotony, and get his mind away from the dreams. He seeks out his lover, so he can have a little playtime fun himself and the distraction. A little roll in the hay might just cure his problems, he hopes.Yes, it helps him feel a little better, and he enjoys the mad passionate sex, but still, there is something just not right.
Eventually a new homicide case comes into view, a naked woman is found in the dumpster dead. Gavin looks at her. His eyes just stare at the woman, he cannot believe what he is seeing.
The story holds a little secret within its chapters, which will blow your mind away. Maybe there is more to it then you can imagine. Yes, in fact there is. Maybe things aren’t as they seem after all. Gavin has more of a story to tell here, then you could ever imagine. There are more details I won’t reveal here, because I don’t want to blow the entire secret. But you will need and want to read this book cover to cover, and again and again. Gavin, and his dreams will keep you on the edge of your seat, wondering what it is that you might have missed.
“Why We Don’t Die In Dreams” by Debbie Zello is a five star read that will entertain you from page to page. I guarantee you, you will not be able to put it down, until you figure out the mystery behind the dreams and Gavin McLean.
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