As mentioned in an earlier blog post, there is a funeral home literally at the top of my garden. As the weather was lovely yesterday I nipped up there to take some photographs of the old headstones and my garden to illustrate what I was telling you. I also foundThe 'Preacher's Stone.'
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Last weekend I went to my first WorldCon (the details on MidAmeriCon II). Based on the conversations I had there, I expect this is a bit of a rite of passage. Each person is happy to tell you about their first WorldCon—London, San Antonio and Seattle were the most common—and now I can say I start...Read more of this blog post »
I miss mornings waking up
to you with your hair all a
mess after making love to
you, your shy smile on your
lips as I reach over for a
first morning kiss, causing
passionate heat and then
repeat making love to you
all over again.
Calling in lat... Read more of this blog post »
This is a Novella, Romance, Standalone, INSTAlove story.
Links to all platforms:
Cyrus (The Swamp Heads #1)
It seems like obtaining everything you want in life isn't always what one would expect. After smashing his goal in l... Read more of this blog post »
Open in US, Canada, & Great Britain:
And Beautiful Chaos is FREE everyday in Kindle Unlimited and only $1.99 on Amazon!
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As any author will tell you the difference between the forme... Read more of this blog post »
'I'm not on trial.
San Francisco is.'
Under the moniker of BookShots, James Patterson's new line of novels comes with a rather alluring tagline:
STORIES AT THE SPEED OF LIFE
The Trial is my first BookShot, and it definitely lives up to its promise. A rocket ship has nothing on the ferocio... Read more of this blog post »
My first paperback giveaway at Goodreads:
MODERN MYTHMAKERS by Michael McCarty:
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Last week, for no better reason than the enormity of its user base, I discussed... Read more of this blog post »
Hello, my name is Robyn and I’m a taphophile.
OMG SOUNDS SO BAD AND POSSIBLY CONTAGIOUS.
Relax. Not so bad. And definitely not contagious.
A taphophile is a lover of cemeteries (from the Greek “táphos,” which means “tomb” and from the English “phile,” which means “loving” or “friendly” or “friend”)....Read more of this blog post »
It was bound to happen. I couldn’t just let it go and not add at least one post of the world-famous Dracula’s Castle – which is presently for sale in Transylvania (insert angry face here).
I’m of the opinion heritage sites should never be sold, let alone auctioned, like normal pieces of land, but...Read more of this blog post »
I’m so happy to be part of a group giveaway beginning today over at Instafreebie. LAST CALL, a short story that introduces readers to Inspiration, Iowa, is part of the “14 Free Steamy Romances” giveaway running through Thursday, 9/1. (LAST CALL itself isn’t steamy, I’m sorry to say, but the seri...Read more of this blog post »
In my work, I am often called upon to act as a mentor to younger people who are gaining experience my field. Today I gave someone some salient advice under this type of circumstance. “Just try it. What’s the worst that can happen? You may fail miserably, but you just might learn something from it...Read more of this blog post »
Deli bilim adamları deneylerini yapar, sonra da kahraman (erkek) onları yener. Theodora Goss, sonrasını anlatmış. Bu kötülerin (?) kızlarının hali hem hüzünlü hem de güçlü karakterleri ile ilham verici. Kesinlikle okumalısınız.
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Watch the August2016 Winning Short StoryReading.
Reading Performed by actorJulian Ford
Thoughts of a Soldier by Cornelia Fick
Get to know the winning writer:
1. What is your 1pg Short Story about?
‘Thoughts of a soldier’ is about a fictitious war during the struggle to...Read more of this blog post »
A fun read. I got the sense of a good old-fashioned English farce. Like something that would have come out of the Pinewood film studios at the tail end of the 50s / early 60s.
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When it comes to fitness we all daydream about being able to wave a magic wand and suddenly have the body of a God/ess minus the hours spent sweating, crunching and running on a treadmill to achieve it. As the years pass by, and after having two children, my days seem to get shorter as myworkload...Read more of this blog post »
By John Bayliss
‘Not so much film noir as seaside gris. The year is 1962, and Westerby-on-Sea is slumbering through its drab off...Read more of this blog post »
My new serial killer thriller is available to preorder now, with a 1st of September release date. Any questions, just let me know.
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Forest For The Trees day 5 - @yoshi_47 getting there at @adxportland. #ffttnw #portland #mural
The author colours her poems with vivid imagery and clear sounds that allows the reading to slip into her wor...Read more of this blog post »
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