Gah. Been spending WAY too much time online lately, and it’s, as has always been the case, fucking with my ability to think about things other than myself…
As of now, I’m going on a once-a-week Facebook (and Goodreads) visit schedule — for, hopefully, forever. Hope springs eternal and all that.
Any...Read more of this blog post »
I talked to Skye from Skyes Book Blog about writing Hawaiian Heartbreak, and what’s next for Kayla and Jay – check it out!
Libby Cole is the Author of Hawaiian Heartbreak & I had the chance to ask her some questions
Tell us a little about yourself...Read more of this blog post »
Sevara: Dawn of Hope fantasy novel is FREE on Amazon October 8 and 9. In a distant future where all women are raised in state-run orphanages to be sold off as servant wives, fifteen year old Sevara is kicked out into the streets for refusing to marry. When she tries to save her fellow orphans, […...Read more of this blog post »
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Peter Hale meme favourite weapon
“Don’t worry about it, the claws have to go pretty deep.”
Originally posted on Libba Bray:
I’m thrilled to announce that today is the pub day for my sixth novel, WE ARE ALL STRANGERS HERE—a story about a dysfunctional southern family, addiction, pedophilia, cannibalism, and the last days of New Wave, interwoven with the lucid d...
Happy Halloween month, My Darlings!
Mistress Heidi & I created a couple of fun new graphics for the holiday, & we’d like to invite you to STEAL THEM from us!
Yes, it’s true. If you like them, please feel free to copy one or both & share them on your own social media sites—Facebook,...Read more of this blog post »
My regular readers know that I’m a pantser, writing by the seat of my pants. However, it wasn’t always that way.
Although the first story I wrote (a never-to-be-shared Harry Potter fanfic) was written spur-of-the-moment with no planning, myfirst attempt at an original novel involved lots of plot...Read more of this blog post »
That’s the mantra of any hard working independent author. There are many ways to promote your latest work, or yourself, and your work in general. Most of us know the social network channels like Twitter, Facebook, Linkin and so on. Yet there are ways outside of the cyber world, and those are just...Read more of this blog post »
so to speak.
She got glasses.
Her eyesight was pretty bad too. 20/200 in both eyes, which made me feel like a crummy mom for not noticing before now, but the ophthalmologist told me I was not allowed to harbor ‘mommy guilt’ because I...Read more of this blog post »
Where on Earth has the time gone? I feel like it’s beenages since I last wrote aproper post here! At first I was head down, tail up and solely focused on finishing the third book in The Medoran Chronicles—and if you follow me onsocial media you would have seen when that happened and all the stats...Read more of this blog post »
ZodiacBooks.com hasbeen updated with newgoodies from the ZODIAC, including a pronunciation guide for the series + this stellar map of the ZODIAC galaxy!Read more of this blog post »
I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again – to be a Catholic is to be Pro-Life. You can’t be Catholic and pro-choice. It just doesn’t work.
That being said, let me tell you a little about what LSU’s Students For Life Club spent yesterday doing.
We were out on campus by 6:30am (which is incredibl...Read more of this blog post »
I’m really excited to give you a sneak peek of my next bookandask for your help (see below).
The Next Book and How it Happened
Here’s the amazing backstory. Many of you know that in January, as a fun New Year’s initiative we issued the 30-Day Kindness Challenge on social media and it EXPLODED. So...Read more of this blog post »
So, Rick will be out in a week, and it’s snippet time!
Also, Nysys is now out on Amazon and is number 87 in the Gay Romance Bestsellers! Thanks to everyone who bought it! http://www.amazon.com/Nysys-Whitedell-Pride-Book-13-ebook/dp/B0161XS28G/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
Heriot is one of those words I didn’t notice right away in my research, probably because I didn’t know what it was. But the payment of heriot was pervasive throughout the tenth and eleventh centuries, though it’s kind of hard to get one’s hands around. What is it? In a nutshell, heriot was a kind...Read more of this blog post »
I sure hope so!
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