I particularly like "great, creepy ghost mystery"!
Strangely enough, there are not many ghost stories in Prince Edward County, but here's one of the few:
An old sailor salv... Read more of this blog post »
I grew up playing the piano, but I'll admit... I hated it. LOL. Well I liked playing, but I hated the lessons and having to practice the "required" songs before I returned to class the next week. And I'll also admit that I wasn't very good because I didn't practice... Read more of this blog post »
It's been changed back. As of right now, it's still scheduled to come out this month, even if it's the last day LO... Read more of this blog post »
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Hola a todos! Tenía un aviso. Hace algún tiempo les había dado un adelanto, pero ahora lo digo de forma más oficial. Aunque no me gusta retomar historia viejas ya terminadas, he decidido sacer una nueva versión de Después de Clases: El amor real no es prohibido, así termino esta saga por completo...
THROWN - opening
This place is a lot like Maine,’ Jane... Read more of this blog post »
MITCH ALBOM analyzes a fast-paced night at Joe
Wings get jump and they keep it
Response From Author, Lawrence Pitchford: Halloway stood on his porch looking out at the rural road just beyond the white picket fence. Though it was paved, the road was cove... Read more of this blog post »
Don’t forget to buy my book here.
In the first of what I hope to be a series of guest blog features… This week we have Rochester’s own Mike Danger from 98.9 The Buzz.
Mike has his moments of douche, like starting celebrity death rumors on Twitter, but we still love him. Mike is a cool cat, a li...Read more of this blog post »
Entrada rápida, y más bien corta, para hacer un pequeño anuncio publicitario.
Desde hace unos días, y gracias al blog de ebook tours, tanto PsyCho como Rasguños en la puerta, libro escrito por Melisa, están a vuestra disposición para poderlos reseñar. La única condición es que os apuntéis como res... Read more of this blog post »
I couldn’t be more excited to revealthe cover of my debut novel, Pinned Up. I contacted SEVERAL different artists to assist me with the vision I had for Nina, the main character in my book. I knew exactly what I wanted, but was aware having someone develop my ideas into a reality would be a chal...Read more of this blog post »
I was inspired by reading His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman after falling in love with the movie over and over.
I decided I really wanted to write a steampunk novel, and so I went to the task with fiery passion.
After... Read more of this blog post »
I loaded everything up Saturday night and contemplated if I should or shouldn't press SAVE and PUBLISH. Decisions, decisions, decis... Read more of this blog post »
To celebrate the special $2.99 price onThe River Valley Collection in May, I’m hosting a giveaway for my readers. Enter now to win $200 in SpaWish eGift cards (4 cards, $50 each) and treat yourself to a well-deserved day at the spa. SpaWish gift cards never expire and can be redeemed at over5,700...Read more of this blog post »
Releasing Summer 2013
Broken hearted and alone in a new city, Samantha begins to build a new life for herself while working as a bartender. Focusing on her new friends and rebuilding her broken life, Samantha is content.
Until she meets him – attorney by day and a cocky, foul mouth playboy b... Read more of this blog post »
The day I died started like any other. I was awoken much later than I usually would have been; none two gently might I add; by my two daughters. Maryanne was by this time seven and thought herself all but grown up; Annabelle was barely five, her birthday being only days before my own....Read more of this blog post »
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What began as a way to keep track of my thoughts on books has turned into something much bigger than I ever anticipated. And for a long time, I made a point to be very careful about sharing anything non-book related and I still take great effort to avoid ta... Read more of this blog post »
So I’ve shared my favorite reads from my high school and college classes—but if I’m really honest, I definitely wasn’t 100% on reading assignments. So here are some of the books I was assigned to read in high school and college . . . and I didn’t.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
This is a sad s... Read more of this blog post »
The response to Promises, Promises is overwhelming. I am thrilled and so very grateful to those of you who took the time to contact me or leave a wonderful review through Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Amazon or email.
That being said, I have also read numerous complaints about the capitalization o...Read more of this blog post »
Even I don't believe this news. Heck, I completely forgot about it until my mother sent me a text wondering when the book would be out. (thanks for the reminder,... Read more of this blog post »
So, Xbox One eh? Not the infinity or fusion or 720. Can't say I'm impressed really. I play Xbox in a small 4ft x 4ft room upstairs (the same place I writ... Read more of this blog post »
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So EXPOSURE is officially available on Smashwords!
Unfortunately, we're still pending for the Barnes & Noble and Amazon release. But never fear! If these companies are your chosen vendor, EXPOSURE should be available on the sites by tomorrow.
Thanks to those who have read and reviewe... Read more of this blog post »
Want to succeed? Specialize and Publicize
For this post I am indebted to Seth Godin.
Getting from where you are to where you want to be, meaning to the success you want, in today's world means doing something better than anyone else, but that's not all. It also means being the person who comes to...Read more of this blog post »
Cum nu citisem c... Read more of this blog post »
Today, my print proof arrived.
What's a print proof, you ask? Well, it's a test run, basically. A first print, to make sure the typeface works, the cover layout, interior design. All of that, so that you don't order a milli... Read more of this blog post »
This weekend at work I laughed at a lot of things. Laughing still makes me cough a lot, so also I coughed a lot. It’s not really the best thing combination.
So on Saturdays, I work at the answering service. The job is not the most fun, but my coworkers mostly are the best. We get giggly over stupi...Read more of this blog post »
Nearly a millennium past, the Aspects of God were born into the world. There was Ancel the Warrior, wrath incarnate—and Elessa the Merciful, love embodied. Together they founded a nation, one they intended to serve as a beacon to a world gone mad.
An age later, Lord Prince Marcus Audric de Pilar... Read more of this blog post »
Okay y’all, the countdown in on! T-minus 24 hours until GIRL WITH GUITAR is OUT!! Deep breaths…squeee!!
Okay, I’m calm now. Sort of.
My book won’t be available until tomorrow by my fantastic CP’s book is out today!!
In celebration of Release Week AND of its release, I am giving away a signed copy o...Read more of this blog post »
It fascinates me that fiction authors really never know which, if any, of the established “review houses” will actually review their work. You send in the bound galley proofs to a couple of dozen houses, cross your fingers, and then…wait…and wait…and wait some more. Either the reviews show up una...Read more of this blog post »