About the Book:
This is a story of how a young boy, named Thomas, who was hopeless and friendless found something that changed his life forever. Even though it is a cold an bitter world, there is one on earth who gives great hope to people. His name is Jesus Christ. Even though Thomas... Read more of this blog post »
Three nights I had alone. Three chances for dinner of my choice. God help me.
Say the word with me: Fatburger.
I wasn't going to... Read more of this blog post »
The salvo was accurate and lethal. Nearly the entire first line of goblins... Read more of this blog post »
This novel is to be released in January. You can read more about it on Pubslush.
When a bored employee in a rock star's office starts an online relationship with a fan in the guise of... Read more of this blog post »
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via Monica Burns http://ift.tt/1zfeKP7 So do you have someone in the family that you adore, yet has less than what you personally consider good fashion sense? Do you like funky, tacky Christmas apparel? via Facebook Read more of this blog post »
"The only way that your work will truly find an audience is if it is genuine."
Author Gina Marinello-Sweeney was recently interviewed by leading entertainment website New Release Tuesday. Take a look at the link below!
http://www.newreleasetuesday.com/arti... Read more of this blog post »
I was not expecting my response to this book. At all. I thought I'd read a few short stories about Christmas, maybe find one that I liked, and keep moving.
No. You can't pick just one. And you can't just keep moving. You have to learn more about the Spellbound world.
Krys. Noah. Lachlan.
Each of t... Read more of this blog post »
If you love the Walking Dead you will love this! It's completely different from my other works, not a love story, but a zombie story!!
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Now that ZODIACis out in the world(s), we’ve embarked on a blog tour that’s thus far taken us to someamazing destinations (full list detailed below). Of all theinterviews and guest posts we’ve done, the most personal piece so far has beenoneabout our journey to here. If you’re an aspiring author...
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We all know how Christmas is celebrated today, with a tree, lights and Santa leaving presents on Christmas Eve. But what was Christmas like in Tudor times?
First, for the four weeks leading up to Christmas (Advent), people would fast until Christmas Day. Christmas Eve was particularly strict and T...Read more of this blog post »
This isn’t exactly an awards recommendation post, because I have a stack of reading (and re-reading and mulling) yet to do myself and can’t even begin to guess what will be on my own nomination lists. I will cram, right up to the last minute. Most of my reading time this year has been dedicated t...Read more of this blog post »
When you're suffering from too much Christmas spirit, (ie, whisky, vodka, brandy, etc.) your head will be able to cope with the intricacies of the plot: man is abducted... Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been asked more than once if music was a big influence for me while writing Nine Minutes. The answer is “absolutely yes!”
The songs I’m listing here help me to find my way to a different time and place. They help me to get in the mindset to write about Grizz. Some just remind me of him (for o...Read more of this blog post »
I’ll be doing an author takeover on December 20at 6 p.m. EST, and I’ll be giving away copies of For Fallon and For Luca.
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That might sound a bit hyperbolic, but I'm serious.
And if you're going to read on, you should know that there will be SPOILERS, so go catch up on the Legend of Korra right now. There are four seasons, each only like 13 episodes that are 20 minutes long, you could easily catch up in a few dedicat... Read more of this blog post »
BBC News, Africa (http://bbc.in/1sBZLqX) posted a very interesting story, Floating arsenals: The boats full of guns for hire against pirates, 17 December 2014. This story is about pre-positioned floating armories, operating in international waters and catering to private maritime security compani... Read more of this blog post »
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The name comes from the 1949 "Captain Video" television program. I was ten years old when Americans watched television for the first time and prime-time dramas were acted out "live" on c... Read more of this blog post »
In The Saints of Lost Things, I mention the Second Vatican Council, which among other things allowed the Catholic Mass to be celebrated in vernacular (native) languages. I was raised a Methodist and became a Catholic late in life. I call it being a Cath... Read more of this blog post »
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As promised, I've posted a teaser for my upcoming release, the first book in a new Night Horde series.
Find it on the FCP blog here: http://tfcpress.wordpress.com/2014/12...
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By Arthur D. Robbins
Which #Democracy? There are so many to choose from: Rhetorical Democracy (R.D.), Civic Democracy (C.D.), Economic Democracy (E.D.), Political Democracy (P.D.), Social Democracy (S.D.). Let’s start with rhetorical democracy.
It was only after the drafting of the... Read more of this blog post »
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Happy 250th, The Castle of Otranto…
Originally posted on Longreads Blog:
As a child, Horace Walpole frequently heard it said of himself that surely he would die soon. Bo...Read more of this blog post »
Being alone for the holidays makes me want to crawl into a clothes cave and not come out until every tree has been thrown to the curb. On the upside I’m not at all chilly.
Today, I got an email from a blogger who said she could not find a reviewer for me. She tried two reviewers and both had DNF. I thought that it was very nice of her NOT to post a horrible review. This person did not want to destroy my career as a new budding author. I thank her for...
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