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“In 1921, early suffragettes often donned a bathing suit and ate pizza in large groups to annoy men…it was a custom at the time.”
TIME TO REVIVE A CUSTOM
I was asked by author, Gail Martin, to participate in the #HoldOnToTheLight campaign discussing mental illness. I told her I would, but as usual, I’ve been procrastinating. I pretty sure I’ve been procrastinating because the story I have to tell is my own, and therefore, more than a little painfu...Read more of this blog post »
Dear Readers and Friends,
Because Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year, and I want you to share some of my enthusiasm, I’m giving away Zombie Love TODAY ONLY! So, if you haven’t already bought your copy, get it today! Even if you think you won’t like a zombie romance, I promise you’ll...Read more of this blog post »
What It Is Like To Be In Law School
There is so much challenge involved in wanting to become a lawyer some day. Not many people wanted to be a lawyer back then but today’s study show that the demand for law school has greatly increased. It has been said that the ratio of professionals that practi...Read more of this blog post »
Of his plebe year at West Point, Aldrin notes: “What we were being taught…is that you cannot be a leader until you have learned to be a follower.”
–Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr., Return to Earth
Buzz Aldrin is one of the astronauts who made the historic moon landing in the Apollo 11.
Do you agree that in... Read more of this blog post »
Cotton Fields - Mississippi. Photo by M.A. Caudel
Which of the following statements is true?A) Plantation owners of Mound Bayou, Mississippi helped ex slaves establish themselves after the 13th Amendment was signed. B) Two ex slaves bought,founded,and successfully established the land of Mound Ba...Read more of this blog post »
WOW! Whatta a run up to Wind River Wrangler being released! Kensington is upping the ante (and giveaways)!!
Kensington has a terrific GIVEAWAY! They are going to give an early ARC to a lucky reader who signs up! Imagine, you’ll be getting the FIRST BOOK to read (and I hope, review it)... Read more of this blog post »
“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley – Frankenstein
Monsters are as real as you and me,
lurking in the darkest corners of humanity.
I live in a tower overlooking a lake on the edge of a village not far from nowhere. From my tower, I ponder the possibiliti...Read more of this blog post »
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Oggi, infatti, esce il mio nuovo romanzo dark fantasy “L’Acchiappamale – Dolcetto o Scherzetto?” su Amazon per Kindle e Kindle Unlimited.
Il prezzo dell’ebook è di soli 0.99 cent e per celebrare l’uscita di questa nuova stor... Read more of this blog post »
the confident man becomes
a nervous wreck
he is just like you and me
afraid of the dark
that deep valley called death
he spends many hours and days
immune from the sting
believing in his own God
the masses want to be just like
this man, so cool and collected
when he has never b... Read more of this blog post »
The daytime book is always a paperback or hardback, while the nighttime book is a kindle book, which allows me to read in bed at night without a light on, so I don't d... Read more of this blog post »
E quando, finalmente, troverò qualcosa da dirti, non ci saranno parole.
Perché tu vuoi la pace, ma io posso darti soltanto quella eterna.
I found you prone in a pool of our memories,
Your finger still on betrayal’s trigger,
The barrel of Judas a breath from your temple—
But your cooling body of lies fails to wound
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NONE OTHER THAN A LUCIAN BANE CALENDAR!!!!
WOOOOOOOOO WOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO *CLAPPING MADLY*
Time to give yourself the gift of Forever Romance 2017 calendar. Each month you will be able to enjoy a different excerpt of one of my books along with the brilliant covers.
Click on... Read more of this blog post »
I had lunch with Davis Daniel the day he was featured in an article in The State about the parents of the children who died. Davis was accompanied by his current wife, Cindy Daniel, who runs a business that does criminal background checks for clients. She emphasizes the importance of checking out...Read more of this blog post »
Kerry Lynne will stop by as time permits to post historical or sailing tidbits and answer questions plus se... Read more of this blog post »
Happy reading GoodReads friends! Read more of this blog post »
Glad to hear that voice again.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MG2Y6IW/... Read more of this blog post »
Then this month suddenly there were some emails from authors asking me to read their books that have not yet been published.
I must admit it makes me proud. I want to help autho... Read more of this blog post »
Even Marvel won't touch it. Pen will not be joining the Avengers.
Pen could write the bad guy a note saying, “You, sir, are a nincompoop.” But the enemy's response would leave only a molten puddle where Pen was, and a very disappointed audience.
Pen... Read more of this blog post »
Thunder cracks outside just as my back hits the wall. My chest rises and falls, touching his with every intake of breath. He peers down... Read more of this blog post »
Did you know that lahars can form from glacier-covered volcanos without eruptions or earthquakes (although those are the usua... Read more of this blog post »
Here is a link to a YA Fantasy, it's free for the next few days, but take note of the blurb at the b... Read more of this blog post »
I'm just back from Transylvania and we did see "strange things" but it wasn't anything to do with Dracula. Yet, there's an atmosphere there that is indescribable. Yeah... Read more of this blog post »
Today’s sample is from my sweet Regency romance, Clytie’s Caller. It’s available in both eBook and audiobook formats. Please visit My Books for purchasing information. Thank you, and enjoy!
Only one person seemed to notice Clytie’s discomfort: a physician named Samuel Whittington. A cousin of Isab...Read more of this blog post »
A Paris Apartment is a novel of two women: a present-day auctioneer named April Vogt, and a scandalous woman from the past named Marthe de Florian. April is an American who is sent to Paris by Sotheby's to prepare an extensive collection of antiques f... Read more of this blog post »
The military leader of the victorious empire -- whose own troops suffered no loss... Read more of this blog post »
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