You know those movies that you have to admit are poorly made, or in other ways imperfect movies? But, you still enjoy watching them. Sometimes, they are so bad they are good movies, other times they are guilty pleasures, or they can be part bad and part good. I consider “so bad they are good” mov...Read more of this blog post »
Thank you so much for reading the FINGER COLLECTOR. YESTERDAY'S AMAZON RANKING:
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
• #1 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers >... Read more of this blog post »
The design is complete, except one thing troubles me - a decision by the Raven made near the end of the book.
The decision and the motivation for it doesn't quite ring true for me, and at the moment I'm not sure wha... Read more of this blog post »
The Fisherman just won the Bram Stoker Award!
Needless to say, I am gobsmacked, and possibly stupefied. I wasn’t able to attend the awards ceremony, but Ellen Datlow was gracious enough to accept the award on my behalf and read these remarks:The very first writing award I wanted to win was the... Read more of this blog post »
Okay, as you probably all know, I’ve finished off my Forest Lord series* and am now working on a new novel starring a warrior druid rampaging through post-Roman Britain. That will be the first in, I expect, a trilogy but who knows…?
Now, I remember writing my debut novel, Wolf’s H...Read more of this blog post »
Remember, Trent had the house packed up before turning himself in to commence his prison sentence.
He has a Range Rover and drives a clunky pickup? He’d worn sweats every time I’d seen him, but lived in an emp...Read more of this blog post »
[image error]Y como voy de aventura en aventura, tras publicar La huella de la violencia en parejas del mismo sexo, ahora me embarco en la publicación de El escotoma positivo, una historia que viene directamente de lo más honesto y descarnado de mí.
El escotoma positivo es una novela sobre necesi...Read more of this blog post »
“Wow I literally just threw my kindle at that ending it leaves you screaming and wanting more!”
I don’t know where to even start here. The journey I’m on right now writing The Country Duet has been amazing and pushed me as an author. The facts behind the story…
-It’s Based on a True St...Read more of this blog post »
So che gli siete molto affezionati alle mie le Bookish Charts, e in tanti mi avete chiesto se e quando avessi intenzione di pubblicarne un'altra. Purtroppo il tempo è tiranno e per quanto vorrei poter sempre accontentare le vostre richieste, alle volte sono costretta ad accantonare alcune rubrich... Read more of this blog post »
#writelifeapril Day 29: Writing Snacks. I DEFY YOU TO FIND A BETTER FUEL THAN THIS DESSERT TRAY.
Welcome to April 28th is Kiss Your Mate Day eBook Giveaway Event. Believe it or not, Kiss Your Mate Day is an actual holiday. So pucker up and give that special someone in your life a big fat kiss of love. To recognize this romantic day, a group of talented romance authors has come together to...Read more of this blog post »
My daughter is a sensitive soul, and this news greatly disturbed her. But not for the reason you might expect. She wondered if they were going to the doctor.
My husband said, “They don’t need a docto...Read more of this blog post »
Much of relationship compatibility comes down to a fuzzy concept that’s variously referred to as “chemistry”, “clicking”, or just feeling good and comfortable in the other’s presence. This is infamously difficult to predict by any other means than actually spending time around the other. OKCupid-...Read more of this blog post »
Kim, what is your favorite thing about THE WONDER OF US?
I knew that I wanted my next book to be about friendship. Every book I write is a love story in some way, and I think for many young peop... Read more of this blog post »
The fate of Marie-Antoinette second son fascinates. The heir to the French throne upon his brother's earlier death, the Dauphin, Louis-Charles was only eight-years old when in 1792, his entire family was imprisoned in the Temple prison of Paris. Then began his torment, abuse and neglect until th... Read more of this blog post »
We all know the first line of a query is your "hook." I call... Read more of this blog post »
I can’t blame people for considering writing an easy thing to do. And I am not even talking about creative writing whereby you craft stories and poems and tales of epic adventure. For all practical purposes, ever since the world wide web got here, we all became “writers”. After all, the keyboard...Read more of this blog post »
You can still Google search that place where coke taste so good, or you can watch me in a jet pack. Up to you. https://t.co/V4CWQeWj8m
— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) April 29, 2017
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People associate Yorkshiremen with flat caps and whippets. Not so my grandfather, who might have favoured the headgear, but he was never without a Chow at his side. He had a succession of them, shipped to him from... Read more of this blog post »
Hmm. Well, I tend to avoid those types of books, but every once and while some sneak in under the radar.
The only books that come to mind are The Torch Keeper Series by
Steven dos Santos. They pack an emotional
I regret to inform you that I ended the week in possession of the gaudy Biggest Loser earrings. All my “friends” turned on me in my hour of need. The Mighty and Fearsome Elaine is the Grand Poobah Champion of Spa World with wins in Dance (poor, poor Sarah), Bowling and by getting...Read more of this blog post »
British transplant Hannah Dennison is the author of The Vicky Hill Mysteries (Constable Crime) and The Honeychurch Hall Mysteries (Minotaur), both set in the wilds of the Devonshire countryside. Hannah originally moved to Los Angeles to pursue screenwriting. She has been an obituary... Read more of this blog post »
I spent the Easter break with my family in Port Macquarie followed by a few days spent on a permaculture farm. The farm is owned and operated by a 60-year-old Parisian woman and her Malaysian-Australian husband. Neither were farmers a year ago. She was a teacher and he worked in finance. After mo...Read more of this blog post »
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