A couple that creates common goals is also making an emotional investment in their future together. Having joint goals builds a team mentality that can help smooth over the minor conflicts that occur over time. Like any shard vision or goal for the future, it does not have much meaning unless the...Read more of this blog post »
Up until I started dating Paul, I had a very plain palate. My mother is a picky eater, so we never really had anything adventurous for dinner in our household.
Paul on the other hand, is very adventurous. So needless to say he got a little tired of the fact that all I was ever willing to go to was...Read more of this blog post »
‘Humbling and Humility’ acceptance for the Indie ARIZONA module
The multicultural narrative of infidelity, empathy, compassion, and love – Humbling and Humility – was accepted for distribution to libraries in Arizona by the Library Journal Self-e team in July this year. Through this selection, HnH...Read more of this blog post »
Hello! I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated this ol’ blog of mine (outside of the call for chapters I posted last week, anyway), but in my defense I’ve been busy with some other projects. In addition to working on the Pop Culture Lens podcast, I’ve been plugging away on some book projects...Read more of this blog post »
She walks in beauty, treading carefully in her kingdom before she falters and is silenced by the whispers in the ether. Still, surrounded then by sea and air and land she waits and takes her vantage point. Like an armada, the dreams invade and take romantic movement in her soul; daring to cons...Read more of this blog post »
Busy times this holiday season. Besides attending multiple Thanksgiving engagements, updating various pages on the blog, and the varied, necessary promotional duties necessary for the recent book launch of Nightglory, I finished up the latest editing pass of the urban supernatural story and sent...Read more of this blog post »
Joachim Véliocas interviewé par Benoit Dutrizac le 19 novembre 2015.
Can you believe it? A Cook’s Tale, Book Two of my series, Ship Logs of the Santa Claus has released! I never thought I’d see all of this happen. Seriously. But here we are!
The blog tour starts this weekend and runs through Dec. 13th. There are excerpts, unique guest posts, and a giveaway for Book...Read more of this blog post »
Lydia knows she can see ghosts. But apparently she can also see people that are in a coma. This Peter guy claims to be an asshole, but he’s very nice to her. (Or the one where Ghost Peter pretty much raises Lydia and I have fEeLiNgs).
I hope you’re well on this fine Sunday, chickens! It’s been a quiet week at Casa Ellison, with more time spent working on Thanksgiving prep and baking than writing. I don’t know what sick person decided November would be good for NaNoWriMo – cruel, man, cruel. I’m only at 18,000 words for the mon...Read more of this blog post »
Hey there fine folks,
The first 5 people who send me evidence that they’ve donated (today or later) $25 or more to one of the charities listed below, I will send a free hardback copy of Finn Fancy Necromancy. Evidence would be, for example, a screenshot of the thank you screen or email receipt (wi...Read more of this blog post »
Ghostwriter Anonymous by Noreen Wald is a mystery to die for and one that readers won’t be able to put down. As a writer trying to make her way through the industry, I was able to put myself into the main character’s shoes. Even if you don’t write, one can easily relate to Jake O’Hara. She’s a w...Read more of this blog post »
Detective / Historical / Ongoing series, 6 books
Divorced and down on his luck, Gaius Petreius Ruso has made the rash decision to seek his fortune in an inclement outpost of the Roman Empire, namely Britannia. In a moment of weakness, after a straight thirtysix-hour shift at the army hospital,...
In the morning light
Autumn’s cold beauty revealed
With each sunny ray
From picnic-dating to ‘flying’ a fighter jet, I crossed 6 more things out ofmy list this year.
In 2012, I published my 100-list:a random list of 100 things I’d like to do or experience in life. Some of the things I listed down there had been on my wish-list since I was still a teenage girl,whi...Read more of this blog post »
(Review of ‘Dream of a Ridiculous Man’ , a short story byFyodor Dostoyevsky – 5*/5*)
“Only perhaps in our children, in their earliest years, one might find, some remote faint reflection of this beauty.”
Do you remember losing that treasured innocence that we were born with? that old childish...Read more of this blog post »
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