Infected went LIVE! Check out the reviews. After the Before is still doing well with the romance sector. Check out the new reviews. :) Read more of this blog post »
One of the most interesting things about writing science fiction, even near-future sci-fi, is deciding when and how to use slang and how to avoid anachronisms. If you’re coming up with something new, it has to be baked into the world, or it’s going to fly right over the reader’s head. It’s also w...Read more of this blog post »
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0... Read more of this blog post »
ARC Reviews, Free Giveaways, Book Releases, New and Nifty.
Alright, I made that last one up, but I bet Goodreads will add it soon. Yeah, I’m talking about BS emails and “events” that keep clogging my inbox.
I suppose some of these could be coming from my fri... Read more of this blog post »
1. Nobody knows who you are
This one really sucks. I recently did a Goodreads giveaway and got to talk to a lot of cool people.... Read more of this blog post »
One of the things I truly love about writing for children and (soon) for young adults is being able to read what else is out there. I’m almost at the end of Veronica Roth’s Divergent trilogy, and although I want to know what happens, I also don’t what it to finish. It’s a terrific read on the sur...Read more of this blog post »
Needless to say, I’m very proud & happy to be a part of this:
Table of Contents
Introdu... Read more of this blog post »
You can find Liz's own blog here: http://www.lizharrisauthor.com/?p=2634
My memories are many and varied, and mostly insignificant - except for my dad dropping... Read more of this blog post »
"Will this definitely be a standalone book or will it be part of a series or have a sequel."
When I wrote my first novel, August 9th, I thought there could never be a Part 2,3... or even a sequel. Now that I'm... Read more of this blog post »
In this part of his remembering, he has this girlfri... Read more of this blog post »
by Maggie Sefton
Every now and then I remember that I need to let readers and others know that I have other published mysteries in addition to the Kelly Flynn Mysteries which now have 12---yes, 12----mysteries in the series in bookstores and online. Number 13 in the series----PURL UP AND DIE----w... Read more of this blog post »
Uncle Hugo's Science Fiction Bookstore here in Minneapolis, I may note in passing, is your source for signed... Read more of this blog post »
But I do love casseroles. And I love the flavors of chicken cordon bleu. But who has... Read more of this blog post »
By Jody Hedlund,@JodyHedlund
Before I was published, I hardly ever told anyone that I was a writer. I was a coward. I know. But almost every time I told someone I was a writer, they'd ask, "Oh. What have you published?"
Most of the people weren't trying to put me on the spot. And they weren't t... Read more of this blog post »
Yes, one book has been here quite some time. I’ll read it soon. Really!
What’s on yours?
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It’s finally here! For so many, Mia and Vander’s story has already downloaded to eReaders or arrived in mailboxes. If you don’t have yours in hand yet, you can get through the wait with the prologue and first three chapters. If you have already read it, jump to The Inside Take for Eloisa’s autho...Read more of this blog post »
Brendon McCullum is in mid-air. He is above the ground, above the ball. Floating. Flying.
The ball is heading for the boundary. McCullum sticks his hand down just before his body hits the ground. He stops the ball, but his hand, his shoulder, and most of his spine are on the padded triangle.
The ba...Read more of this blog post »
What do the above works have in common?
They feature a protagonist who is thoroughly reprehensible - yet, since they're the focalising character, we're forced to view events from their perspective. We watch Iago gleefull... Read more of this blog post »
And, cause double the Bracken is double the frickin' FUN! *swoons*
He's beautiful, isn't he... Read more of this blog post »
One of the problems with politicizing science is that it obscures even the most basic truths, for example that the earth has natural cycles that cause climate change. While the rhetoric of some proponents of climate change may have a religious zeal, the scientific information is not “religious.”...Read more of this blog post »
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