(Feb. 9, 2013) He’s probably not trying to kill me right now, but he might. And he could, and it would be legal. I’m sure President Obama wouldn’t be the first to think about killing me, but he’s probably the first that could do it legally by remote control plane. Earlier this week...Read more of this blog post »
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The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic
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This is Part Four of the story of my doctorate—the who, why, when, what, and how of it—based on questions from readers on this blog, Facebook, and Twitter. It is in five parts:
Opportunity: How I became a PhD candidate even though I had no degree
Decision: Why I wanted a PhD
Choice: How I cho... Read more of this blog post »
Happy Friday! I hope everyone has had a good week! Now lets all list 5 random things about our week.
Yesterday was a good writing day. I am so grateful for that! I haven’t had many of those lately and it felt pretty darned good. Plus I love Justice and Liza (AKA Beth). In this book, they’ve endure... Read more of this blog post »
An Insightful Life
Claude Shannon is one of my intellectual heroes.
His insight was simple. The wires, rela...Read more of this blog post »
Why do some neighborhoods evolve and gentrify while others don’t? This fascinating story is about a joint research program between MIT and Harvard to identify what causes urban change. Tested with five American cities, this system quantifies the physical improvement or deterioration of neighborho...Read more of this blog post »
I can finally reveal the cover for the final Hellequin book, Scorched Shadows in all it’s stunning glory.
In the final chapter of the Hellequin Chronicles, secrets will be revealed, friendships will be tested, and destinies will be fulfilled.
Avalon is under siege. A shadowy cabal, headed by a...Read more of this blog post »
The press is reporting a $32M theft of the cryptocurrency Ethereum. Like all such thefts, they're not a result of a cryptographic failure in the currencies, but instead a software vulnerability in the software surrounding the currency -- in this case, digital wallets.
This is the second Ethereum h...Read more of this blog post »
Networking Chat: How to Deal with Social Anxiety I was in New Orleans last weekend for a HUGE event! You might not know this, but I’m an outgoing introvert, and in the past at large events, I used to struggle with the social demand that occurred at these events. In this video I break down […]
The...Read more of this blog post »
recommended here. It's probably the dog.
I would have picked KJ's but
the cover model reminds me of Jason Orange.Yes, it's really Friday this time. And this post is a catch-all of different authors.
Babyvamp by Lyssa Dering – Okay, now as a rule I do... Read more of this blog post »
In this heart-pounding Pride and Prejudice retelling, Mr. Darcy emerges as a hero in Miss Elizabeth Bennet's eyes almost from the start.
With such a beginning, one might think the journey to happily ever after for Jane Austen's beloved couple would be absent any bumps in the road.
On the contrary... Read more of this blog post »
This morning I got an email from a reader saying nice things about SEVENFOLD SWORD: CHAMPION, but asking if I intended to make a map of the realm of Owyllain, since I had previously made one of Andomhaim.
Yes. There will be a map of Owyllain. I didn’t put it out with SEVENFOLD SWOR...Read more of this blog post »
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Today is Thursday 7/20/17
You have until NOON (C... Read more of this blog post »
This is so cool! https://t.co/N7RaRKvejN
— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) July 21, 2017
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Hi. If it feels like it's been a long time, it has. I had blood drawn for genetic testing on June 9. The medical oncologist's nurse called me with the results this week, on July 19, six weeks later. I was told we'd have the results in two weeks, so the six weeks thing was sort of a shock. As days...Read more of this blog post »
Training for a distance race takes months of commitment. So it’s not surprising that there are times where you miss a run…or multiple weeks of runs. We often expect injuries to derail our training, but most of the time we take a short break because of other life commitments.
Busy schedules often c...Read more of this blog post »
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Typically, U.S. Presidents... Read more of this blog post »
“Port Alberni? Where’s that?”
I don’t remember if I actually said those words, but I definitely thought them when I was first invited to attend a Jane Austen festival there July 14 – 16. In case you’re scratching your head and asking yourself the same question, Port Alberni is a community of about...Read more of this blog post »
Tonight Melanie Kern-Favilla, a Railroad Engineer from Long Island, New York, will have a solo gallery showing of her photography. How cool is that!
Yesterday when Melanie toured the gallery in preperation for tonight’s opening, something very special happened. It was the first time Melanie had...Read more of this blog post »
The first was due to the Italian inventor, Guglielmo Marconi, who successfully develope... Read more of this blog post »
Xander has secretly yearned for a mate for most of his immortal existence, and yet after three of his friends found exactly what he’s always wanted, he’d come to believe that he’d missed his chance at happiness.
Until he heard her voice.
Frost i... Read more of this blog post »
If you’ve read books, articles, and blog posts and watched videos about making cheese, but you still haven’t done it, here’s an idea — buy a cheesemaking kit! Sometimes the prospect of buying the equipment and ingredients can seem just daunting enough to stop you in your tracks. That’s the cool...Read more of this blog post »
“The eternal silence of infinite space terrifies me.” – Blaise Pascal, Pensees.I.In 2014, Jo Milne heard a human syllable for the first time, and broke down into helpless sobs as though it were the first voice in the world. The noise rang, she explained, with a very high pitch. The sound, rushed... Read more of this blog post »
Summer’s been kicking my ass.
In a good way. A really good way. Vacations and family time. Summer reading and cocktails. Delivering a new book in a series and scrambling to get the word out about my newest release. Boys demanding to be fed constantly and my house trashed on a daily basis. It’s a...
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Kaz: These bed sheets were one million kruge
Jesper: But theyre not even soft.
shoutout to the original video that had me laughing at 1am
I am going through a personal crisis. I used to love reading. I am writing this blog in my office, surrounded by 27 tall bookcases laden with some... read on
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