"Look into my eyes... now buy me"
It’s a prose collection of the eight audio stories written by Joshua Reynolds and mysel... Read more of this blog post »
In my village there's a builder and his wife is a voracious reader. He wants me to give her a free copy. So I asked him, would you refurbish my kit... Read more of this blog post »
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Model — Natalia Castellar (@kactye | IG)
Photographer — Bianca Calvani (@bvccphotography | IG)
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It’s been busy week for Dark Matter. More reviews, reactions, and interviews! Tomorrow, we role into my behind-the-scenes insights into “Episode 17: We Were Family”!
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I finished them, and they're going to my friend right before she has surgery, and yay and hooray for finish... Read more of this blog post »
by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig
It used to annoy me when I’d read about how important it was to offer a free book to readers for newsletter signups or as rewards for newsletter subscribers.
The advice was all well and good, but it rarely got into the nitty-gritty of it. How exactly wer...Read more of this blog post »
1) The late great Jim Henson gives a puppeteering masterclass. Video.
2) Inside Portland’s Mystery Hole. #NotPorn
3) Exploding glass filmedin 343,000 fps slo-mo. Toward the end, this gets to be like the drug effects in DREDD.
4) A split screen comparing Los Angeles of the 1940’s with Los Angeles no...Read more of this blog post »
Some problems you can’t solve with magick—and some you can.
After a homophobic pagan group rejected him, Lars Kendall is a solitary heathen on the Northern Path, loyal to the gods of the Norse pantheon. But being on his own sucks. So when he finally meets a mixed group of o... Read more of this blog post »
“One lives in the naïve notion that later there will be more room than in the entire past.”
–Elias Canetti, The Human Province
I continually remind myself of this truth. Too often, I tell myself, “I’ll have time for this when summer comes,” “Things will slow down in the fall, and I’ll be able to...Read more of this blog post »
I disconnected all the equipment, pumped it dry, took it out and hosed it out.
Talk about a job postponed for 10 years. It should make maintenance easier.
What I dumped stopped the utility sink, and fool I, I reached in to unclog the drain—which involved a bristleworm, which has my fingers swo...Read more of this blog post »
**Written by Doug Powers
Because complaints about A) Spammers, and B) Other commenters crossing the line have been on the rise, I’d like to explain something how we’d like to handle it — and I’ve run it by Michelle.
The vast majority of the comments add value to the discussion, even the...Read more of this blog post »
My computer died. So I got a new one. And I installed Office 2010 instead of 2007. And I added my email accounts. Because I knew I had set my settings in gmail to only forward email that’s current. I didn’t go check to make sure that gmail didn’t decide to RE-SET my settings. 150,000 emails in my...Read more of this blog post »
I've just come back from San Diego Comic-Con, where I didn't really go to Comic-Con. Instead, from 8 am until about 11 at night, I was interviewed, photographed, asked questions, moved in and out of serious black people-movers. I got to fall in love with the American Gods cas... Read more of this blog post »
This is my wi-fi free, phone free home for the week in advance of my three UK tour dates.
THE GOOD FIGHT
I started writing “The Good Fight” in early 2015. By July I had finished it, and sent the first few chapters to my editor at Carina. I can honestly tell you I’ve never submitted a book I didn’t think was good. I’ve certainly written ones that aren’t good, but the... Read more of this blog post »
Just wanted to let you know that the first publication of my collected short stories, Tales From Midhgardhur, Volume I, is available in paperback and Kindle formats from Amazon NOW! Please check it out!
Happy Reading! Skál!
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It’s unsettling for anyone who believes they’re alone to suddenly realize they’re not. For a woman who stakes her sanity and safety on... Read more of this blog post »
Dawn at Emberwilde
The Heiress of Winterwood
The He... Read more of this blog post »
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My author page at Facebook has a malfunction, and I'm trying to get it worked out.
Hi, Facebook. I thought that I would utilize one of the correlation facets between Goodreads and Facebook to communicate with you.
I have already informed you of the technical problem on my... Read more of this blog post »
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“Show me; don’t tell me,” my English professor quipped as she handed back my latest creative work, a flourish of bright red ink gracing the top of the page with a grade I found much less than desirable.
Learning to differentiate between showing and telling in my writing was a hard lesson to grasp... Read more of this blog post »
by Gabe Redel
A sheet of sun was over his skin.
He thought about the healthy things
life has to offer.
He thought about
and that it was not in him any longer.
The dirt under his fingernails
soaked through with sweat.
Water rolled over his heart.
He was with her.
Her face and her voice
pushed th... Read more of this blog post »
alerted by the new-mown grass
scampering towards the wood
have taken the green apples
and the half red apples,
their white tails a blur
of fear as I watch
almost naked on the stoop
trying to light the pipe you gave me
but thinking how noise drives
everything into the dark green... Read more of this blog post »
Withholding forgiveness “creates a darkness within the soul that begins to turn you into a person that no one wants to be around [pessimistic, bitter, angry, snappish]. In this sense, the offender wins twice – first through his offence, then thr... Read more of this blog post »
I keep setting goals for myself, and usually, (read: almost every single time), manage to fall short of them somehow. To be fair, I'm really bad for setting unrealistic goals, always hav... Read more of this blog post »
Montréal is hot in the summer. Know what else is hot? Hell.Read an excerpt before buying Read more of this blog post »
"He can help you."
Have you ever felt like you couldn't go on? That you were nearly lost under the weight of your own burdens? Were you told - or did you decide - that the only way out was to soldier on, to blindly grind out the days until you felt like you could breathe again... Read more of this blog post »
It's been a while since I last wrote a blog. But I've got a really good excuse. You see I'm closing in on finishing A Death in Spring: 1968.
I'm on 82,000 words at the moment which means that I've got about 8,000 more to write. Further good news is that I know how the book ends. The bad news i... Read more of this blog post »
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