Welcome to this week’s installment of The Scariest Part, a recurring feature in which authors, comic book writers, filmmakers, and game creators tell us what scares them in their latest works of horror, dark fantasy, dark science fiction, and suspense. (If you’d like to be featured on The Scar...Read more of this blog post »
And here we are, almost a month into 2015, and I actually have a new release to get excited about (what’s that, Amy? Something new? From you? Are you feeling all right?). I have a bittersweet little contemporary story in Dreamspinners’ upcoming anthology��Random Acts of Kindness. I loved the idea...Read more of this blog post »
If you've read my posts Sharp Objects and Dark Places, I'm sure you know how crazy I am about Gillian Flynn. Those two books, are the best books I've read lately, overcoming my love for Harry Hole too! Yes, yes, I shamelessly admit it. I love Flynn more than Nesbo.
And since I enjoyed her books... Read more of this blog post »
Anyway, let me update you on the doings... Read more of this blog post »
Captain Frankie welcomes you on board.
Come join the adventures of Captain Frankie and the Angelic Airlines flying angel as they travel across the world to some of the most popular, entertaining, and educational places in the world. Captain Frankie is waiting... Read more of this blog post »
WWW Wednesday is a feature hosted by Should Be Reading.
What I’m currently reading:
What I’ve recently finished reading:
What I think I’ll read next:
I’m honestly not sure. I have quite a few options, excluding the required read...Read more of this blog post »
Benjamin Grimm knows the theater is much like real life. In 1876 Philadelphia, people play their parts, hiding behind the illusion of their lives, and never revealing their secrets.
When he reunites with his childhood friend Eleanor Banneker, he is delighted. His delight turns to dismay when he d... Read more of this blog post »
Where else can the lesson of taking small step after small step after small step be taught as well as high on a mountain? It is hard to climb mountains - the air is thinner, we are fighting gravity, the scale seems all screwed up.... Read more of this blog post »
by Micah R. Sisk
The Robot Rebellion came and went with a whimper and with terse little notes, like:
WILL RETURN IF YOU LOT EVER GROW UP.
P.S., WE TOOK YOUR TOYS, TOO.
All metals and plastics subsequently melted to goo.
The death toll, which w... Read more of this blog post »
"I refuse to read this blog just based on the title. I don't like people who pass judgment on other people for no good reason. I think she should get to know the people she's writing about b... Read more of this blog post »
Vi har pratat om det här förut.
Så om ni har något att göra kan ni gå och göra det. Jag tar inte illa upp.
Ni kommer inte missa något.
Min vän och kontorskollega N och jag har ett kontor ihop. Det ligger i ett kontorshotell. Bland andra kontor. Som folk har. Vilket innebär att folk ibland...Read more of this blog post »
Never Forget.Read more of this blog post »
Much like J.K. Rowling, the fourth book gave me some writer’s block. I guess I understand where she was coming from. This Wednesday however, Hedwig speaks with a dragon and maneuvers Harry through the Triwizard tournament. You can find the last episode here. And the first one here.
Hedwig and the...Read more of this blog post »
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NEW YORK – A Soros-funded group arguing to replace the U.S. passport with a North American passport appears ready to take up the mantle of championing the concept of a European Union-style regional government to supersede the sovereignty of the United States, Mexico and Canada, fulfilling the dre...
The end of 2014 / beginning of 2015 was a bit, well quite frankly, sh*t. After a short stay in hospital, my dad sadly passed away. So January was spent organising his funeral and dealing with solicitors, banks, HMRC, and everyone else who needed to be informed. It got me thinking though. Life is...Read more of this blog post »
The fabulous Dani Atkins
Coco: Hello Dani, how lovely to see you. Do come in. Now, would you like tea or coffee? And can I tempt you with a nice piece of shortbread?
Dani: Hello. Thank you so much for inviting me. I would love a cup of tea, if it’s not too much trouble. I really should say no t...Read more of this blog post »
I realize there is a relatively even split between those who love E.L. James, admire her work, and are generally in awe of her basically overnight success, and those who hate her, noting what they see as shoddy writing skills, uneven or weak character development, and supposed biased connections...Read more of this blog post »
Ask a hundred people for their definition of the term geniusand you’ll likely get a hundred different responses, including widely varying responses. We acknowledge and expand on this inthe summaryin our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ...Read more of this blog post »
The second book in the Diamond Books series, "Indebted", is back on my desk and about to receive... Read more of this blog post »
There’s a lot of talk in the history community online this week about the History Channel miniseries SONS OF LIBERTY. The show is the kind of swashbuckling adventure I enjoy, and while it strays further from the historical record than I do in my books, that’s more of an artistic choice than a fai...Read more of this blog post »
Jumat – Sabtu lalu (23 – 25 Januari 2015), saya dan penerbit GagasMedia main-main ke Jogja, Solo, dan Semarang untuk bertemu para pembaca, sekaligus memperkenalkan buku terbaru saya, kumpulan cerita Jatuh Cinta Adalah Cara Terbaik untuk Bunuh Diri.
Kami memulai perjalanan dari Jogja, kota yang... Read more of this blog post »
An (almost) perfect Tuesday night. I sat beside a raging fire and wrote about 1,200 words while Cecilee played retro video games. The fire was so hot from burning an oak...Read more of this blog post »
More information on the Guildhall website.
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The list will show release dates for all th... Read more of this blog post »
“A parent’s work is to create the person she or he will become. Education starts from birth and never ending.”
Little Martians Learn to Count is a book created to appeal to the infinite curiosity of a child. Starting from the principle every single kid is an individual learner, the aut... Read more of this blog post »
for all the objects from paradox child series
with links to items on display in Pitt Rivers Museum
https://fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.ne... Read more of this blog post »
Hari pertama bulan Januari. Musim dingin seharusnya berada pada puncaknya. Namun, tak ada awan, tak ada angin, tak ada kepingan salju berjatuhan.
Alih-alih, langit malah melukis sebuah aurora: ukiran warna hijau bak intan meliuk seperti asap dan sihir, berpadu dengan langit malam yang kelam, enam... Read more of this blog post »
What's a Cooperative (CoOp)... Read more of this blog post »
I was going to share this on Facebook but decided I wanted a permanent place on the blog for it, so I can reference it again and again.
Think of this applied to school — and then to family.
Max De Pree’s Twelve Questions to Leaders
Does what I do count?
Does what I do make a difference to anybody?
W... Read more of this blog post »
Nakikita niyo ba kung ano ang mali sa picture na 'yan? Bibigyan ko kayo ng sampung segundo para makita. Nakita niyo na ba? Yes, tama kayo. Mali ang spelling ng 'Tattoed'. It should be 'Tattooed'. Biglang nawala yung isang 'o' at naging 'Tattoed' na lang siya. Nung una ko 'yang makita, akala ko n... Read more of this blog post »
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