Friday, April 4, 2014

BLONDE OPS April A to Z Challenge! D is for...



...DOOR LOCKS! How secure are they REALLY?

During the month of April I am participating in the April A to Z Challenge! Every day this month (except for Sundays) I'll be sharing an alphabetically-friendly tidbit from mine and Charlotte Bennardo's BLONDE OPS, out May 6, 2014 from Thomas Dunne Books/Griffin Teen!

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9 comments:

  1. Interesting option for the letter D. And a good question.

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    Reading at Dawn blog

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    1. ♥ thanks for stopping by! Alas, there much evidence that says they are NOT secure...

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  2. I just watched my landlord take our apart because it wasn't working. I was surprised by how easy it was!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! ♥ I love locks--they can be intricate or easy--I did some interesting research on 19th century locking mechanisms for another story I'm working on--very interesting!

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  3. I love the title, "Blond OPs." How cute! I've never had a problem with locks - despite the fact I must have lived in 100 different places over the year. Even the only thing I ever locked myself out of was my car...
    (new follower)

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    1. Thanks so much for the follow and for stopping by! I have had many problems with hotel door locks--and it was interesting to be able to incorporate how they work into the story!

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  4. I have several friends who have taught themselves how to pick locks. Knowledge they don't use for nefarious purposes, but that they nevertheless revel in possessing and sharing. I think "security" may be an illusion. :-)

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    1. Totally agree about the illusion of security. Lock picking, or any skill is valuable--knowledge is free. :) Thanks for stopping by!

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