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A few months ago I wrote a little ditty on the uses of repetition in fiction writing. If you haven't read it, I said, if you haven't read it, here it is: http://ericjamesolson.com/letters-on-...
Anyway, the reason I'm writing tonight is to show another neat trick, another neat w... Read more of this blog post »
This is the second novel in the J. E. Thompson Trillogy which includes A Brownstone in Brooklyn and the National Award Winning Ghost of Atlanta.
Short Synopsis:Philadelphia streets were never silent. Gangs wars on corners, screeching cars on avenues, and squealing s... Read more of this blog post »
But first! I'm giving away free ebook downloads of my debut novel Brain Mold over at Smashwords. BECAUSE... Read more of this blog post »
While I realize that her (their?) genius is a matter of considerable debate in literary circles and the among general public, that is... Read more of this blog post »
“Come on, Miss Joyner” I yell as I wipe the sweat off my forehead. “One more crunch and we're done!” Seriously, she’s meant to be paying me... Read more of this blog post »
Con Sangre... Read more of this blog post »
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Readers often ask me where I come up with the material for my novels. The answer is from research and my personal experience(s)... Read more of this blog post »
In future we’ll be perfuming ourselves with fresh air from crystal vials of no-name trademarks
In future we’ll be getting our bodywork from forest grass and pebbles ashore
In future we’ll be wearing exquisite shades of white covering... Read more of this blog post »
Razorblade Kisses is my new standalone book that I keep cha... Read more of this blog post »
I hear music in anything and everything around me
Bees buzzing, children laughing and the rolling sea
The wind rustling through the trees and grass
Hearts pounding and rain tapping on panes of glass
Clocks ticking, lips touching and tiny baby sighs
A mother hearing the first time... Read more of this blog post »
They've invented a "hair gun" that can add hair to a model's chest if he's a waxer who finds himself with a role (like *anything* to do with my books!) that requires chest hair.
This... Read more of this blog post »
That's the blurb for Cindy and the Fella, one of my favorites among my romantic comedies. First published by Harl... Read more of this blog post »
Strap In, Hang on
T.L. Chester is a highly creative individual with an exceptionally original and captivating style in both her literary and photographic endeavors. I found To Penetrate one of the most intriguing and suspenseful books I’ve ever read. Her first published work, a book of... Read more of this blog post »
The study gu... Read more of this blog post »
It is the time of the great bankruptcy, as Louis XVI and his infamous queen Marie-Antoinette face a tide of rebellious people, tired of their downtrodden treatment, hungry to the bone and deprived. The great events that follow will shake the world and bathe Europ... Read more of this blog post »
Posted on July 24, 2014 by Billy Ray Chitwood
Flowers and Fate
“Red or yellow roses, Sir?” the older lady in the flower shop asked.
The young man in his early thirties smiled and raised his brow. “Now, how did you know it was to be roses, Millie?” He knew her from a name tag.
“It’s th... Read more of this blog post »
The awesome Lisa Walker at the Book Pimpers blog interviewed me! How cool is that? It was so much fun, and the ladies over there are awesome! Check out the interview: http://bookpimpers.com/2014/07/23/author-gk-moore-interview-by-lisa-walker/
You’ll learn a lot about me and about my debut,Covert...Read more of this blog post »
After writing for (in)courage for the last five years, I finally saw the mothership. Over the weekend, I got to travel with some friends to northwest Arkansas to the home of (in)courage- Dayspring.(Hence my bloggy silence all weekend. Apologies.)
Dayspring makes really beautiful faith-based produc...Read more of this blog post »
Enter to Win
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Released July 22nd, 2014
Never take Fate along on a date. The kiss goodnight could be deadly.
Tracking down Veilers—non humans—is only a sideline for Tess Damon. Vengeance for her fiancé’s murder... Read more of this blog post »
“Tires crunched on the gravel driveway and Michael sat up at attention. ‘Dad’s home!’ he yelped excitedly and rushed to pull on his sneakers, abandoning the socks in the grass. He bounded up the slope of the backyard toward the house, his untied laces flying. A car door slammed and he quickened... Read more of this blog post »
1. Weathering the Bumps
Eckhard Tolle, author of A New Earth, tells the story of J. Krishnamuri, an Indian philosopher who regaled an eager audience with the secret of life.
He said: “I don’t mind what happens.”
Does that sound callous and wacky? Maybe on the surface, but he’s demonstrating an unde...Read more of this blog post »
I have to admit that the week I thought I had in front of me and the week I actually passed were two very different things! I travelled out of town to catch up with friends, a seven hour journey by bus either way. I thought the long bus trip would give me plenty of uninterrupted writing and readi...Read more of this blog post »
Kendra is celebrating five years as a blogger and three years as an author, and she's hosting a fantastic party over at Knitted By God's Plan! For today's game, she's asked to participate in tag. No, not the running around tag that involves poking and shrieking (which is good because I hurt my f... Read more of this blog post »
Originally posted on Fuck The Cistem:
From my experience of being trans, the ground is a familiar friend. It’s where I find myself when my tears feel too...Read more of this blog post »
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