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My novella In the Broken Birdcage of Kathleen Fairis now available to buy as an eBook from Amazon (UK, US, Canada, and France). Here be a blurb...
'Escaping the birdcage in which she's imprisoned is only the beginning of Kathleen's journey; on the other side of the mirror she'll have to evade the... Read more of this blog post »
There have probably been literary snobs for as long as there has been literat... Read more of this blog post »
We are engulfed in a headlong plunge that may well lead to the end of the world, as we know it. Religious fanaticism among the three major religions is resulting in thousands of deaths and destroying any chance of unity among nations.
Service to country, the enrichment andimprovement of the live...
Joe and I loved the first Martha and the Bunny Brothers book, I Heart School, so I was thrilled to receive this one from the publisher for review. When I showed Joe, he said, “I got a card from her!” He did, for his birthday in January; I was so pleased he remembered.
We both loved this book just...Read more of this blog post »
Okay, guys. Some of you might remember that Emma (of Yours To Keep) was pregnant when she and Sean visited Whitford for a family wedding in All He Ever Desired. With two new baby girls in the family, I’ve decided there’s a new little guy running amok with the Kowalskis.
But I’m running out of time...Read more of this blog post »
Genre: Contemporary, gay, erotic romance.
Fire Horse Blurb
Preston Fawkes is ten the first time he meets fifteen-year-old Konrad Schnell at the San Antonio Polo Club. Captivated by the mystique surrounding the sport of kings, Pres vows to learn the game at the hands of his newly acquired friend an...Read more of this blog post »
We get some pretty fantastic fan art every week, which Peat always shares on his Twitter and Facebook. This week, a beautiful portrait of Leesha appeared … drawn by 14 year old Zuzanna from Poland.
Gorgeous! Feels like Leesha at the beginning of The Warded Man. Amazing job, Zuzanna.
Only a few d...Read more of this blog post »
Hi guys! I’ve moved this shop over to a new domain, and combined it with a few friends- enterTHE WEREHOUSE!Not to fear- all orders that were made through my old Bigcartel site will be shipped this week- and if you haven’t received an order for some reason please email me- email@example.com,... Read more of this blog post »
Check this out: Amazon is setting up Kindle Worlds, which is a way for people to write fanfic and sell it with the IP creator’s consent. So far they’re only going public with three of the shows (and all three are TV shows) they’ve licensed–GOSSIP GIRL, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, VAMPIRE DIARIES (yeah,...Read more of this blog post »
Well, MYSTIC has been in stores for a couple weeks now and I just wanted to thank you for your kind words and support. I'm so happy to know that so many of you are enjoying the series as much as I enjoyed writing it, and are looking forward to the final installment, HORIZON, in stores 11.... Read more of this blog post »
i’ve been writing this blog now for three & a half years. it has remained annoyingly formless in all that time–just a compendium of whatever random shit is on my mind on a given day. i guess it could be considered a “mom blog” now, but only because ramona is probably not too far from my thoug...Read more of this blog post »
Sometimes, when my plot has become snarled in a traffic jam, I think of Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men with its straight-forward, train-wreck focus, where we start steadily down a track and accelerate fast toward a visible and unavoidable disaster. Lennie kills a mouse, then kills a puppy, then crus...Read more of this blog post »
May 14, 1780
Celia stood alone on the edge of the ballroom, waiting for Rear-Admiral Lord Rathbone to bring her the cup of lemonade she’d expressed a desire for.
It wasn’t an idle desire, either: Her need for citrus was reaching crisis proportions such that the las...Read more of this blog post »
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Over a decade ago (2001), I decided it was finally time to commit to writing a novel and began my journey in earnest. I had harboured the ambition for my entire adult life and after about a year the first draft of 'Digital Wax' was completed. Over subsequent drafts, I learned a great deal about w...Read more of this blog post »
Well, it looks like there are some secularists who are once again worried about the impact of our ministry! In a recent opinion piece titled “Monkey Business,” which appeared in an Australian newspaper, writer Ian Henschke expressed his deep concern over the lack of a human evolution exhibit at a...Read more of this blog post »
From this site: "Food Photographer Beth Galton and Food Stylist Charlotte Omnès collaborated for the series ‘Cut Food’. We can’t decide if looking at the pictures makes us sick or hungry but it is definetely a fun idea to provide a peek at food in a way that defies gravity- slicing it righ... Read more of this blog post »
A novella of 20,000 words.
Jane Timmons has two weeks to . . .
1. Keep her distance from her sexy boss, the onc... Read more of this blog post »
Channel surfing got weird.
There was this episode of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice this season that revolved around each team's ability to create a television ad for the consumer electronics company, LG. It wasn't really about a particular model of television or kitchen appliance. It wasn't about...Read more of this blog post »
On-site research enhances your novel with authenticity. It’s your chance to make the story come alive for readers when you write the scene that inspired your visit. To get started, have an idea of what you want to research before you leave home. Begin with either a quick pass-throu... Read more of this blog post »
فِأنا لا يَلِيقُ بِي إِلاَ المَآسِي فَقْط ..
سَعِيدة وأَخَافُ أنْ َيأتِي يَوُماً أَجْلِسُ فِيه أَتحْسرُ عَلّىَ أَيامُ سَعَادِتي..
فَالأفرَاحُ لاَ تَلِيقُ بِي، أُجِيدُ فَقْط أَدّوَار التّرَاجِيدْيَا..
فـَعِندمَا أَفرح، أشعرُ وَكَأننّي "نِصف"..
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One of the questions everybody seems to ask writers – right after “Where do you get your ideas?” – is “Do you have a time of day when you write?” I can’t figure out whether they want me to say “yes,” hoping that writing is the same as any other nine-to-five job so maybe they can do it, or whether...Read more of this blog post »
By the time the phone rings, there's already trouble. When that manager is called or this department is reached, it's because someone is disappointed, angry or stuck. Illness, broken promises or a real urgency have led to this new conversation even taking place.
So don't start with, "[Name of comp...Read more of this blog post »
This morning I woke up to the news that Amazon was about to launch “Kindle Worlds,” a New Publishing Model for Authors Inspired to Write Fan Fiction.
My initial reaction: WTF?!
I read the press release, and then I read the Kindle Worlds for Authors guidelines and this is what I’ve concluded: This i...Read more of this blog post »
And yet artists have always run in schools. Pa... Read more of this blog post »
I got 10/10, but I've read a lot of Georgette Heyer, so I exp... Read more of this blog post »
I just stubbed my toe on a linguistic thread on reddit (as one does): what sentence can you come up with that would be completely incomprehensible (without a detailed explanation) ten years ago?
Some examples, culled from reddit, to get you started:
hang2er: "I can't get a 4G signal here, I'll skyp...Read more of this blog post »
We like to think of SCATTERLANDS as embracing all the awkward parts of the newspaper strip. Do you remember newspaper strips? News-pa-pers. Printed things on very thin slices of wood. Hello?Read more of this blog post »
I’m announcing, proudly, that I’ve had a poem published in each of these two anthologies: On the Dark Path, An Anthology of Fairy Tale Poetry, and the cancer poetry project 2. The first is probably appropriate for high school and above. My poem, called “Becoming Cinderella,” presents an entirely... Read more of this blog post »
Luck of Love is live on Amazon, B&N, and Smashwords!
We are so excited to share this story with everyone :) I hope that all of you love our characters just as... Read more of this blog post »
And our entire family will be in attendance.
This WisCon is also the official launch for Queers Dig Time Lords!
Thus, I have a very light schedule in deference to Michael’s book launch.
It really is a splendid book. I got to read the manuscript. (And you should totally come to the QDTL/Outer Allianc...Read more of this blog post »