This one has been my most ambitious project to date and at 122,000 words, will keep you busy reading. Thanks once again for... read more »
What hasn't been written about Peru's great wonder of the world, Machu Picchu that hasn't already been written? The answer is obvious, which is why I'm not about to ev... read more »
I've been waiting and waiting to update my goodreads account to a REAL author account!
Thrilled to be here!
If you knew me in my Mommy Blogging days, you will remember MY SEMBLANCE OF SANITY. It was a pretty popular stop on the Mommy Bl... read more »
Secondly, I have cockblocked myself. You ever just get *addicted* to something and... read more »
It's also for those who are eagerly looking forward to release day, Tuesday May 21! I can't wait for y... read more »
Use the following links to take advantage of this opportunity:
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نار تضيء .. في الطريق ظلمتي
و خذ مني نورا .. يبهرك ..
و كحل لعينيك به تبصر الكون
و قابل الكل بابتسامة أخ
و اكسر خبزا للجائع .. حتى لو كان قط
فخبزك .. يعود اليك .. مهما طالت الايام
و قل لنفسك .. الامور الطيبة
اقرا .. مايدفعك للامل
اقرا .. سطورا تدفعك لاستقامة
مملوءة بالر... read more »
I’m excited to tell you that I’m working on a guest post for Jasmine Eclipseabout my experience with the publishing process! It’s going to be fun and informative. If you are interested in the publication process or you have your book written and aren’t sure what to do with it this should...read more »
Be Happy, MJ! And Congratulations!
I love you,
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The Chronic Rift Roundtable: Surely You're Joking, Dr. Wertham? A recording of a panel held at the SoHo Gallery for Digital Art, as comics writers Denny O'Neil and Danny Fingeroth, cartoonist/designer/historian Craig Yoe, jou... read more »
Не че съм М. Библиотеките са ми скучни. Просто това е бърза асоциация, оправдаваща донякъде настоящото рекламиране.
Аз имам блога си в гудрийдс, остава да сложа сега и гудр... read more »
In celebration of my book coming out this week (4 DAYS Y’ALL!), I’m doing a quick 2-day giveaway! If you’re already following me on Twitter or you start following me in the next two days, you can enter to win either an iTunes download or a CD of the second Nashville Soundtrack (Season 1...read more »
YURI (Her Russian Protector #3)
**Book 3 in the Her Russian Protector series**
While clawing her way out of Houston’s worst neighborhood, Lena vowed to never let any man have power over her. After a lifetime of broken promises from her criminal father and a mother who abandoned her, Lena b...read more »
SF Signal asked a bunch of authors (including me) to talk about what makes a good action scene, and who's good at writing them. Take a look!
The post "Who Writes the Best Action Scenes?" -- Mind Meld at SF Signal appeared first on DJANGO WEXLER - THE THOUSAND NAMES.read more »
AND you can see my brand new video on the side ---->, but here it is in the post, just because I love it so much :)
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I've been blogging since 2011 and, in spite of my innate inconsistency, I've managed to post often enough in order to maintain a reasonable visiting flow. I blog about personal stuff (my boyfriend's battle with his chronic illnessAll I want for Christmas is you), my fear of commitment (To Bride... read more »
So, as I've mentioned in the past, BY BLOOD is going to be getting a perty new cover for its paperback release this summer. I am SOOOO excited about that (and can't wait to share it with you!). Well, along with that, I have something really, really awesome to share. That new cover is going to fea...read more »
What really got me were his shoes.I sat on a plane, staring out a rain-dappled window at a kid who couldn’t be more than twenty. He was wearing one of those fluorescent yellow vests and held up two orange batons in an X formation over his head, presumably giving some si... read more »
Check out the website for the new e-magazine dedicated to helping readers connect with new books. It’s called “Readers’ Rock,” and it will be available in June. Get your subscriptions in now. It’s free, and it’s going to be jam-packed with author interviews, book reviews, special offers, and othe...read more »
As many of you know, I suffer from depression. It’s nothing too serious. It’s just one of those things that makes me who I am. It could be a beautiful spring day, the sun shining, birds singing, the leaves all green and waving in the warm gentle breezes—and I still have a tendency to feel down. T... read more »
You can snag a copy of your own HERE. If you have Amazon Prime, you can even read it for free!
Don't have a Kindle? You can download a free reader HERE for your PC.
As always, I thank you for your support and patience. You're amazing, all of you.... read more »
**** (4 stars)
Science fantasy, futuristic fantasy, whatever you want to call it, if you like magic and high tech together, you'll enjoy this. Sorcerers and ancient prophecies, whiz-bang hardware and space battles, and a human story of love, loss... read more »
most of it will be included in the collected suicide notes book.
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This week I wanted to spotlight authors who have served in the armed forces. I thoroughly enjoyed their stories.
SAT &BAF! Tales of a Tower RatSince I read both of his books, we start with Doug Depew. He was in the army during the turbulent 80’s. His job: security at a Pershing Site. For those... read more »
Nobody is perfect
Nobody is a saint
And Still Learning
And giving thanks
To the "fadda" above
as my father used to say
Grew in love and wearing
A badge of courage...
Put all of my experiences in a big (#%+%#+=) pot and stirred it.
Do what scares you
Do what you love
Do what makes... read more »
Most people will have views on how prisoners are or should be treated, but few have a real... read more »
Thank you, Tut. Thank you (deleted for security) for giving him to me, thank you gods and goddesses for bringing him to me, thank you Tut for living and dying and showing me that it’s all still there, waiting for me to step inside.
I loved you, I tried, but I think this was the point.
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Come back soo...
Some days The river is silver, cold, brutal…totally out of character as a harsh wind blows in from the north.
Sunlight glitters from the dark blue surface merrily cavorting with the passing waves—- evidencing the joy of a hot summer day.
I have seen the water appear green like a jealous rival...read more »
Along with work, it's finals week (I'm taking a break from grading to write this now), and I've been both plagued by migraines and on an emotional roller coaster.
Around the beginning of the year, I resolved to start looking for an agent. Well, I haven'... read more »
I've also been apartment-hunting and starting to plan promo for Authors After Dark in Aug... read more »
Publishing industry roundtable plots a survival story
Serial entrepreneur and Financial Times columnistLuke Johnsoncould be excused for having a pessimistic outlook on the publishing sector, having “lost a fortune” following his purchase of the UK... read more »
La Calareceived its first review today, and it is a five star!
"Nat Wood did a wonderful job of drawing me into the story by having Lance tell the story. He was funny and adorably sweet. I enjoyed every bit of this story because the characters were so right for each other and their story felt ver... read more »
James Tiptree Jr Award 2012
An award for SF&F "that expands or explores our understanding of gender"... particularly topical for 2312! 2312 had b...read more »
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I never intended to pick up a naked hitchhiker wearing nothing but a guitar. A guitar. Really. I don't collect guys like that (don't ask what kind of guys I do collect), but when you spot a blonde, tanned, sculpted man with a gorgeous smile and his thumb poking up and practic...
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Spider-Girl Vol. 5: Endgame (Spider-Man) by Tom DeFalco
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This volume collects Issues 22-27 of Spider-girl. A lot happens in the course of these six issues.
There ar... read more »