¿Alguna vez has pensado que sería interesante dejar que el propio lector elija el rumbo que tomará la historia? La idea tiene, cuando menos, más de cinco décadas de edad. No obstante, no fue sino hasta los años sesenta y setenta que cobraron viabilidad comercial en la forma de librojuegos. Con el...Read more of this blog post »
#Twisted50 were looking for stories behind the stories in the upcoming Twisted vol 1 anthology (which should be available SO soon!) Here is the story behind my award-winning story “The Audition Altar” :)
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Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Or in this case, which blogger came up with the idea of trying to find really bad ideas at Disney, Derek and his Value Resorts Bar Crawl or the concept for this week’s Best Week Ever? The world may never know. (That is, if the world is lu...Read more of this blog post »
The Fishermanis an epic goody.
image via Amazon
In other book news, Matthew Summersposted a nice write-up of Swift to Chaseove...Read more of this blog post »
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President Barack Obama did know that Hillary Clinton was using a private email address, despite his assertion that he learned about it “through news reports.”
The president’s answer was a problem for Clinton aide Philippe Reines, who flagged the issue for top Clinton aides as well as White House...
“Let’s wander again,into the wild and far off,into each other.”
Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson
North Pole Ninjas is Here! Let The #KindnessRevolution Begin! bit.ly/NPNinjas
Just over 6 months ago, Ellie Keaton, a fellow author who also writes wartime fiction, suggested to me that we should get a few writers together to produce a collection of short stories set during World War II. From this initial conversation, the idea quickly snowballed and we soon had a band of...Read more of this blog post »
This book is perfect for the season--lots of scary stuff.
https://www.amazon.com/Spirit-Shapes-Tempe-Crabtree-Mystery-ebook/dp/B00FEJDA04/ref=sr_1_1_twi_kin_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1473... Read more of this blog post »
The annual Al Smith Dinner is usually a light-hearted affair between political candidates. Not so with Trump and Clinton. What went wrong? MSNBC's Brian Williams discusses with Nicolle Wallace & John Heilemann.Read more of this blog post »
¿Os habéis preguntado alguna vez qué hace que un libro pase a nuestra estantería de favoritos, imprescindibles o “inprestables”? O, por lo contrario, ¿qué hace que un libro nos deje completamente indiferentes? Yo sí, obviamente, de lo contrario no me habría decidido escribir un post sobre ello ni...Read more of this blog post »
Bueno, quizá no sea tan pequeña. Y quizá ni siquiera sea una sorpresa si me seguís por twitter... Pero bueno xD El caso es que estos días he... Read more of this blog post »
Yesterday Techstars announced the launch of Techstars Kansas City. This is a city-based horizontal accelerator similar to the ones we have inBoulder, Boston, Seattle, Austin, New York City, London and Berlin. Applications open in January 2017 and the program will run in July 2017.
I have a long hi...Read more of this blog post »
Ich bin seit einer Stunde zu Hause, habe gerade für die nächsten drei Tage gepackt und morgen muss ich um fünf Uhr aufstehen, um pünktlich wieder in Frankfurt zu sein, aaaaaber ich bin total glücklich! Tausend Dank für all die Glückwünsche, die mich schon erreicht haben. Unglaublich, aber wahr:... Read more of this blog post »
Erotic Historical Romance for Adults 18 and Over Only.
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Five Scorching Hot Historical Romances. Approx. 2000 pages.
A Measured Risk:
He is her most dangerous temptation. Now he’s demanding her submission. Dare she take the risk?
scarred in the horrific ac...
"Our Generation Ships Will Sink" is the title of the essay Kim Stanley Robinson wrote to accompany the release ofAurora, at Boing Boing, his "defense" that interstellar travel is much more difficult than popular culture and most science fiction makes it out to be.
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Should we stop telling the story...
Taking on the slush pile is a daunting task. It's such a hard task to limit ourselves to thirteen with so much wonderful available. I know the last word anyone wants to hear is 'subjective', but that's truly the best word to describe how we have to approach slush with so many contenders.
Happily,... Read more of this blog post »
Having said that, I've had a lot of opportunity to read BDSM, and some of those books have left me with a bitter aftertaste, particularly when it comes to things like rape or - as such authors prefer to call it "non-con". 7 With 1 Blow is sort of borderline. Let me begin with the blurb:
The post #...Read more of this blog post »
Time management behaviors are very much a matter of choice:
You choose to be efficient or you choose to be disorganized. You choose to focus and concentrate on your highest-value tasks, or you choose to spend your time on activities that contribute little value to your life. You choose to be posi...Read more of this blog post »
When your well’s all dried up and you need to replenish sometimes it’s good to go back to the source.
It’s good to go back to the roots.
I headed down to a poetry slam organized in some forgotten street in Beirut. The place looked like a club and hoisted several paintings and artistic decorations....Read more of this blog post »
MAGA Mindset: Making YOU and America Great Again
In the last few months, much has been written – including by yours truly – about the rise of Donald Trump. Attempts have been made to explain his appeal, ranging from paeans to his political skill to appalled denunciations of anyo...Read more of this blog post »
I'm writing this super quick blog post to let you know a few awesome things via checklist. Oh! And to give away some Turbulence paperbacks :-)
1. Let you know that the epilogue for Turbulence is now live on my blog, but it should be live and free on all retailers... Read more of this blog post »
It’s been a year since I posted an IN MY INBOX feature from earlier, so I thought I’d update you all on some emails:
LETTER ONE FROM ERICKA:
I was wondering what format you happen to use for writing. For instance Word Processing or something like Ultimate eBook Creator?
I have always wa...Read more of this blog post »
Scene Set - Thall is a child of one of the Fates. He has the ability to assume corporeal form (human shape) but he is often uncomfortable as a human.
I stretched out on my recliner chair and sighed. "Why do we have to be in corporeal form?" Shifti... Read more of this blog post »
I am writing this open letter to address the misrepresentation of that most famous of medieval outlaws, Robin Hood, on behalf of all those who love and cherish England’s rich cultural heritage.
Being a School of Advanced Study and with a commitment to ‘promote the study... Read more of this blog post »
Ambientato nel prossimo secolo, “L’isola di Gaia” si apre nello scenario quasi alieno dell’Antartide, dove in un’isola al largo della Baia di Margherita un gruppo di persone vive isolato dal resto del mondo, costantemente sottoposto a un inganno. Ignari del fatto che le percezioni dei loro sens... Read more of this blog post »
Title: Politically Incorrect
Author: Jeanne McDonald
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: August 16, 2016
Sex. Lies. Greed. Power. Scandal. Politics.
Political strategist, Elizabeth McNeal has been called a lot of things throughout her career—bitch being at the top of the list—but she doe... Read more of this blog post »
Hard to concentrate on the book that was due last week that still isn’t done when I’m looking at views like this …
Anyone else doing something they shouldn’t be while ignoring doing the something that they should be doing? And if that sentence makes sense to you, you’re as bad off as I am.
Oh an...Read more of this blog post »
Hello, you righteously rebellious readers! Today I have a review of Jerusalem, by Not Quite Gandalf (a.k.a. Dame Alan Moore). Enjoy.
Once upon a time, there was an old magician. We’ll call him Not Quite Gandalf. Not Quite Gandalf quite enjoyed scatological metaphors and similes, and what kids in h...Read more of this blog post »
I’m reminded this morning of how much a life can change in 5 months. Liz Ryan posted an article to LinkedIn which drew my eyes because of the word ‘toxic’ in the title. Ten Unmistakable Signs of a Toxic Culture. Just a few months ago, I existed in that type of environment. It is soul-crushing …
La...Read more of this blog post »
Hello, all! To celebrate GRL, Dreamspinner Press is having a fabulous sale! Get 30% off the entire store, including all my book titles until Oct 23rd!
Charlie’s Books on Dreamspinner Press:http://bit.ly/CCDSPBooks
Don’t forget my Dreamspun Desires title Forgive and Forget (ha! You see what I did...Read more of this blog post »
It’s that time of year again. No, I don’t mean the one where you dig out your snowshoes and parkas. I definitely don’t mean the one where pumpkin spice becomes the new religion. I’m talking about that precious, glittery moment in an author’s life where we make lists. It’s list season. At least, i...Read more of this blog post »
http://KEXP.ORG presents Warpaint performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded September 19, 2016.
No Way Out
Host: Cheryl Waters
Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Alaia D'Alessandro & Justin Wilmore
Editor: Scott Holpainen
Yayıncılığın geleceği demek kolay. Bunun nedenlerini anlayabilmek için bugüne bakmak gerekiyor. Ve bugünü oluşturan koşullara...
Fil Uçuşu'nda bloglar üstüne yazdım daha önce. Şimdi de vlog... Read more of this blog post »
The seconds marked the passing of time and with each click of the clock face, Sandra’s mood got darker. Ten years of marriage and it had come to this. Why she thought today would be any different,... Read more of this blog post »
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