Some really awesome news is I got the first book, Storm,... Read more of this blog post »
By Moonlight is an astounding collection of paranormal stories — some romances, some mysteries, all suspenseful, and every one containing supernatural features that will lead your imag...
I guess I haven't let go
of my past as it
is now with all of
my memories flowing
like a mighty river
to the deep blue seas
me to move
forward with life and live
of my loved
ones who have
from my first... Read more of this blog post »
If you would like to review one or b... Read more of this blog post »
It's a bit hard to read the flyer. Here are the details written on the image:
Author Readin... Read more of this blog post »
" 'What do you want with us, Son of God?' they shouted. 'Have you come here to torture us before the appointed time?' "
If you are not familiar with this passage, these are the words of a demon. If you h... Read more of this blog post »
http://www.naturalnews.com/050911_cra... Read more of this blog post »
WEDNESDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER
11am Ipswich Library
Ph: (07) 3810 6815
Address: 40 South St, Ipswich QLD
THURSDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER
11am Goondiwindi Library
Ph: 07 4671 7470
Address: 4 McLean Street, Goondiwindi, Queensland, 4390
5:30pm Moree Library
Ph: 02 6757 3374Address... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This graphic novel centers around DC's Big Three Characters: Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, the three comic book characters who have published consistently since the Golden Age of Comics.
You might expect a thoughtfu... Read more of this blog post »
I’m one of those children,... Read more of this blog post »
Maverick Jansen and Kelsey Sullivan fall into a complicated game of PR strategy by day and searing passion by night where they both find a new... Read more of this blog post »
"I got my heart broken by (author) David Workman . . . . This skillfully written biography covers a lot of subjects, including history, parenting, adoption, and most importantly, the heroism of ord... Read more of this blog post »
Overcoming the Opinion of Others
Everyone has an opinion of some sort. When you yield to someone’s opinion, you actually give them a type of subliminal power over you. They have the ability to string your emotions along because of their approval or disapproval. God’s opinion is the only... Read more of this blog post »
There've been a couple issues come out since I last posted, and you can read and enjoy them for free!
Issue 55: Guys and Balls; my story is The Breathing Lessons.
Yes, And 3: Circus Maximus; my story is Suspension.
Issue 56: Out of This World;... Read more of this blog post »
Again from Wolfe’sBeauty Will Save the World:
“The end of remembering is not specific knowledge of facts, but a constant awareness of human frailty and propensity to evil. Without memory, men are unhinged, prey to the passions and abstract schemes which assume that human nature is malleable.'”Read more of this blog post »
Oh, hey there.
It’s been a crazy season here in world Haines, and if I went about the business of explaining it all, I’d bore you to tears, or at least to clicking off to your favorite online retailer. There’s business to be done, children to raise, and a to-do lists that stretches from the Ozark...Read more of this blog post »
Welcome to another installment in the World Builders series, where I connect with fantasy, and occasionally other speculative fiction authors to explore the process of creating a believable and immersive imaginary world.
Today I continue with the special segment of World Builders where, on Mond...Read more of this blog post »
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You might want to watch the video first to get a sense of today's blog. We took our two-week-old chicks outside on a beautiful early fall day, coaxed them to "fly the coop," and this is what we
got: their first serious foray into the real world. It was inauspicious at best. They took to it, kind...
My Review (4 stars):
I was quite excited to finally get to read another book by Melanie Dickerson! Yay for medieval fairytale romances! *smiles* The Princess Spy was a lovely story, based on the fairytale, The Frog Prince, I believe; and I quite enjoyed it!
So this story is connected to all fo... Read more of this blog post »
When in Rome (Post #2)
He watched from a top floor balcony as the girl refastened her sandals and stumbled away. She would remember less and less about their encounter as the night progressed, until the brief moment in time became no more than a blank spot in her memory. She’d chalk it up to jet...Read more of this blog post »
Watch the video “EFFORTLESS?” about my #ParisianInspiration makeup collection for Lancôme Directed by Bertrand Le Pluard. Written by Bertrand and myself
Today, August 27th, in 1953, marks the premiere of the romantic comedy, “Roman Holiday, starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. Hepburn won an Academy Award for her role as Best Actress; the screenplay and costume design also won awards.
Watch the trailer here:
Then take a trip with us, to not on...Read more of this blog post »
Crown – Kay Ryan
Too much rain
In the hills giant oaks
fall upon their knees.
You can touch parts
you have no right to—
places only birds
should fly to.
* flight *
As August comes to an end, I begin to reflect on the end of summer – or, rather, the ending of summer. Perhaps it takes being...Read more of this blog post »
It was part of Momentum, the Edinburgh Festivals International Delegate Programme delivered through a partnership between British Council Scotlan... Read more of this blog post »
I think they’re fine. I don’t really have an opinion. I wanted to use my first and middle name as a pen name - Jenna King - but I think we all know that someone else got first dibs on King, eh? :P
For over 20 years after the Civil War, cowboys drove herds of cattle along all landscapes and through all sorts of weather, from the Texas grasslands north to the railheads in Kansas.
At the end of the trail lay the infamous cow towns, proclaimed to be the “Sodoms of the plains” by m...
Someone should make a book out of these “fish evolving out of the water” cartoons. There must be hundreds of them by now (add a link to your favorite below). This one is by Dan Piraro from Bizarro!
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للعام الثالث على التوالي تتألق نيللي كريم في أداء تمثيلي لشخصية مليئة بانفعالات متباينة ومشاعر المختلفة.
لا تشعر معها ولو للحظة بالتمثيل أو الإدعاء.
فهي تؤدي الدور بصدق تام كمحترفة، وليست كمجرد ممثلة تؤدي وظيفتها.
فهي ترتدي روح الشخصية بإتقان تام.
"ذات، سجن النسا، تحت السيطرة"
كأن هذه المسلسلا... Read more of this blog post »
“How can I get free books?” That’s a common question I hear on my Facebook page, The YA Gal. The easiest answer would be: Go to the library! Okay, that’s also the snarkiest answer. ;) The truth is free books are hard to come by unless you have a social media presence that makes publishers thin...Read more of this blog post »
It’s Friday! This weekend needs more books. So, I thought I would start a new thing on Fridays where I bring you a curated list of books that I think are cool, and are also a good deal. Here you go:
One of my favorite authors, Stephen Lawhead, releases his 5 book Bright Empires seri...Read more of this blog post »
Wow, what a week it’s been. This week launched the beginning of my “One Thousand Wells” book tour. The excitement and adrenaline from the release of my memoir still surges through me as I make my way across the country in 20 days.
The book tour began in Nashville, the launching pad and home fo...Read more of this blog post »
And I can't wait!
sometimes summer can just be too hot
But until then, let's start this weekend with some fun!
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