Read & Enjoy the ‘Tallent & Lowery Christmas Tale’.
Presented By: http://caffeinatedbookreviewer.com/20...The Sapphire StormThe Hero's Companion13 Read more of this blog post »
This is a Worldbuilders blog.
Subterranean Press was the first publisher to ever sponsor Worldbuilders. They make some damnfine books, then donate them to Worldbuilders so we can share the wealth among the geek community and help raise money for Heifer International.
Simply said, Subterranean P...Read more of this blog post »
(Something Drew would never do ;) ) But...he isn't big on patience.
It's live on Amazon!! The HFM Release Day Giveaway will include all receipts from Dec 4th & 5th!! Send 'em to me at email@example.com and get ready... Read more of this blog post »
It was a stupid argument.
Not least because it served to bring about the very thing Archer did not want. Now he was on his own for Solstice AND Christmas. And perhaps for the foreseeable future.
“You’re not an Irregular anymore,” he had protested, when Rake first brought up the subject of the Ch... Read more of this blog post »
TUESDAY / NOVEMBER 28
Mid-air, the vampire’s fist rammed against Johnny’s wolf-form breastbone, knocking him back enough that his jaws closed on empty air.
The vampire followed through with a round-house kick that caught Johnny on the nose before his paws ha... Read more of this blog post »
I’m sure all of you have been waiting for the e-book with baited breath. Wrede on Writing goes live tomorrow, December 4th. It’s the first time I’ve had THREE sets of galleys to look over (epub, mobi, and the pdf that they’re using for the hardcopy version). It also got put together with stunning...Read more of this blog post »
Awww, come on, guys! (I’m laughing, really, I am.) Six people contacted Guy about their shirts, and not one of them told him the size of the shirt or the email it was ordered under. And you know what he did? He came into my office and griped at me for a good ten minutes. (head hits the desk) So t...Read more of this blog post »
This week’s video explains why readers may hate your protagonist because they feel betrayed by his unlikability.Video Transcript:
A long time ago, when this was a baby blog, I wrote a post called “Character Likability Is Overrated.” The point of this post was that characters do not have to be perf...Read more of this blog post »
I've reached the point in my story where I need make sure everything is connecting properly so the plot doesn't fall apart at the seams. That being said, I've been busy dotting my T's and crossing my I's ... or something to... Read more of this blog post »
“I'm very polite by nature, even the voices in my head let each other finish their sentences.” – from Completely Flappable
As you may know, I hold an event each year during which I give away free books and raffle off some prizes. This year I thought it would be fun to donate the proceeds as wel... Read more of this blog post »
For the 'booky book' I'm working on at the moment for Oxygen Books, I want to include an appendix of some of the best bookshops in major world cities.
From editing the city-pick series, I know a few through visits to our featured cities and through our contacts with people in these... Read more of this blog post »
At this time of year, it is easy to get caught up in stress. At this time of year, it is easy to forget that this time of year is really all about love. To help me remember, I turn to my favorite books and films. They melt away my stress and affirm my faith in love.
During the holidays, what is y...Read more of this blog post »
A quick heads-up: The holiday Downside short I wrote for Heroes & Heartbreakers will be available free on the H&H site tomorrow, for one day only. (It was originally scheduled for today but they’ve done a little shifting around.) I’ll post the direct link tomorrow.
So if you missed it the...Read more of this blog post »
New Stuff The deadline for Mercy Blade was extended (because it j...
Two Bits of NEWS This Saturday I will be signing with :::::::::::::̶ […]...
Snippet from Blood Cross, #4 I moved upwind into the trees, away from the graveya... Read more of this blog post »
Tomorrow: C... Read more of this blog post »
*Maybe, in the future, they’ll be like the Eleusinian Mysteries. Famous to period historians, but entirely obscure and forever lost to comprehension.
“Since their birth as a science-fair curios...Read more of this blog post »
I have yet to begin reading the Game of Thrones series (actually called A Song of Fire and Ice). I’m watching it on HBO, but I’m afraid to begin reading the books. The author, George R.R. Martin, is 65 years old and has written five novels in the series since 1996, with six years elapsing between...Read more of this blog post »
But first, a big happy audio release day to TEMPT ME ETERNALLY, my novella from Deep Kiss of Winter. This is an Alien Huntress story, featuring a girl who can become anyone, and the warrior who takes her prisoners...To listen to an excerpt, go here. Or download it today at iTunes!
If you missed ei...Read more of this blog post »
There’s a new chapter of Selene up today, the beginning of Part II. I’m also happy to report that when the serial finishes, there will be a Selene book, including the prequel and a bonus short story. I thought about doing an IndieGogo for it, but I’m not sure there’s enough interest.
Speaking of...Read more of this blog post »
I reviewed Myke Cole‘s first book, Shadow Ops: Control Point, back in January of 2012. Shadow Ops: Fortress Frontier [Amazon | B&N | Mysterious Galaxy] is the sequel, and if you liked the first book, I suspect you’ll like this one even more.
Book two picks up where the first one left off, but...Read more of this blog post »
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view... for One Thousand Years to Forever
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view... for I've Been Waiting for you
In print on Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Been-Waiting-Be... Read more of this blog post »
Posted on December 1, 2013 by billyraychitwood1
The Ghostly Shroud
The fog hangs heavy like a gray ghostly shroud, the bluff and canyon below all hidden from the human eye. The nearby leafless hardwood trees outside the window stand bent, tall, and eerily ominous like lonely wast... Read more of this blog post »
John 'Babbacombe' Lee used to work at The Glen, a large house down by Babbacombe beach. It was owned by Emma Keyse, who was found murdered. John Lee was convicted, but when he was... Read more of this blog post »
In many relationships it is not an equal gi... Read more of this blog post »
Our pinterest account under zenchi clinic has some great scenes posted for rekindling Connections board bri... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A beautifully written, evocative novel of growing up in a society riven by war, betrayals and efforts toward redemption. Afghanistan in the mid 1970's serves as the early backdrop as two young friends, star-crossed by class yet inseparable... Read more of this blog post »
View more on Sidney Knight's website >>... Read more of this blog post »