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All you have to do is purchase a copy of IF I WERE YOU at any retailer in any format or gift it to anyone and receive a Chris Merit paintbrush pen. Email proof of purchase to LRJGiveaway@gmail.com and you will receive a confirmation email within a few days.Read more of this blog post »
In a little over a week, I’ll celebrate my third publishing anniversary. In late 2013 I made the difficult decision to go almost totally indie. I still publish with one publisher, Twenty or Less Press/Sybarite Seductions, and owe Loose Id one more books, but at this point I’m abou...Read more of this blog post »
Thanks so much to everyone who helped spread the word about the release of Sensual Surrender! I’ve counted up all the entries from the Sensual Surrender ‘Share and Win Giveaway’ and the randomly drawn winners are...
One winner: $10 Amazon or BN eGift card – Elizabeth Haney One winn... Read more of this blog post »
Both are underway.
That is, I've started editing the sequel, which will be called Sesame Swallow and the Case of the Missing Heart. I'm only done with chapter one, which needs a few hundred w... Read more of this blog post »
There is a super abundance of people on the internet singing Let It Go or some “funny” version of the song (and by “funny” I mean “painful”). But in case you haven’t seen it already, this one is definitely the cutest.
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I’m so busy. You’re so busy. We’re all so busy. We’re so busy that we can’t possibly fit one more thing into our schedules, or one more relationship into our lives. That’s life in North America, or perhaps just life in the twenty-first century. In an article in the New York Times, Tim Kreider say...Read more of this blog post »
Visit the Omnific Publishing blog to enter the grand giveaway HERE . You can win a $50 gift card plus a great ebook collection! You can also enter my giveaway at the end of the post.
These... Read more of this blog post »
Beyond Our StarsbyMarie Langager
Published by:Bloomsbury Spark
Publication date: December 19th 2013
Genres:Romance,Science Fiction,Young Adult
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Fleeing a destroyed Earth, seventeen-year-old orphan Hope grew upliving in the confines of a spaceship heading to CR...Read more of this blog post »
The book will be winging its way to the west coast this week.
I'll be starting another giveaway soon so keep looking at my blog for updates.
Thanks to all who entered!
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Clearly, if I ever need a male pseudonym, I should pick "Robert". Though deciding on "Bujold" instead of "McMaster" was probably a good choice, as it fall... Read more of this blog post »
I’ve finally received my May tour dates to support the fantastic finale to the WondLa trilogy.
My presentation includes drawing and discussing how the WondLa books came to be. Attendees will receive the third limited edition WondLa sketchbook for free. And, of course, I will sign just about any bo...Read more of this blog post »
So I recently self-published a book. It was a very interesting experience for me, already having gone... Read more of this blog post »
There has been a great little series on Radio 4: "My teacher is an app". Dont be put off by the title, it's actually a rather telling glimpse at how new technology might (or might not) be making a difference to traditional methods of education. It's featured some scarily enthusiatic people sing...Read more of this blog post »
* You can see my gray hair after too long between dye bottles
* My toenails look heinous
* The clothing I'd bought online in the wee frickin' hours of the morning was starting to... Read more of this blog post »
My major piece... Read more of this blog post »
It’s hard to believe that a month has already gone by since BARED: CLUB SIN released, but somehow it’s just flown by. So, of course, that also means the BARED blitz giveaway has ended. *drum roll*
Huge congrats go out to the winners (picked by Random.Org):
$50 Babeland – Michelle Wi...Read more of this blog post »
For those of you just getting started on your career, or for those who may be in a transitionary period, you may be running up against the “catch-22″ of the job hunt. You know what I’m talking about, that annoying part of a job advertisement that says “entry level position,” followed directly b...Read more of this blog post »
Workaholic CEO Rhonda Simms embarks on a Caribbean cruise to create an ad campaign for a big maritime freight client. She finds it impossible to concentrate, however, when Simon Mann, a blue marlin shifter, sets his sights on her. From a...Read more of this blog post »
Calling all Selena Kitt Fans!
Do you want to tell the WHOLE WORLD about Selena Kitt’s books?
Then this is the place for you!
If I had you at hello, click the link above to join! If you want a little more info, read on…
What is a street team and what do the...Read more of this blog post »
Today, I made my way back from an incredible weekend with my friend Kage Alan. I’d been burning the candle at both ends for a while working my EDJ, writing, and promoting (which is like another EDJ in itself). When I fly through O’Hare I end up spending a bit of time waiting in the bus station fo...Read more of this blog post »
Peat’s biggest event of this year’s ConFusion was undoubtedly Author D&D (video forthcoming by early April on Peat’s YouTube page), but there was lots of other fun to be had at the Detroit convention. Check it out.
First activity was a trip to the archery range …
Lauren perfecting her techn...Read more of this blog post »
A nice little video about a shipyard of Dubai. I have no idea why I find these places so fascinating – they’re a sort of coming-and-going of essential things, a trading hub, a crossroads, jobs and livelihoods, a barometer of economies and so on. And also cricket, apparently. (This reminds me to g...Read more of this blog post »
“I’m taking the afternoon off, Bradley.”
My pronouncement sounded loudly in the Haversham Library, and my boss, Bradley Weller, eyed me with suspicion. It was not my habit to take time off. Even when mother had died I’d been back to work the next day, dusting library books and ent... Read more of this blog post »
Last Thursday some amazing books landed on the finalists list in the LGBT Children’s/Young Adult category for the 26th Annual Lambda Literary Awards.
I wanted to take a moment to give shootouts to these books. Of the ten finalists, I’ve read three and have a fourth waiting for me on my Kindle.
Here...Read more of this blog post »
Oh, look, I'm just always here blogging. It's too much, you know. It's like I can't stop talking.
Ha ha. I haven't been here since 2011. I can't believe it. I knew it had been a while, but I honestly didn't know it had been that long. Time! It's crazy these days. I'm very sorry. I think part of t... Read more of this blog post »
I have less information than you may be happy with, but I dohave some. Bear with me, because some of these I have a season, some a month, and some... Read more of this blog post »
I'm obviously pleased and proud. Now that I'm a full-time writer, recogniti... Read more of this blog post »
We are living in a golden age for television.That’s the opinion in this frightening article in today’s New York Times. Frightening for book lovers and writers. The article begins by looking at how chock-full of quality content television is these days. And then the article moves to all the forms...Read more of this blog post »
The lobster & canary last wrote about Lucille Clifton upon the sad occasion of her death: click here .
Yesterday, at Poets House in NYC, we spent time at the special exhibition come celebrate with me: The Work of Lucille Clifton. Curated by Kevin Young, with Amy Hildreth Chen and Lisa Chinn,... Read more of this blog post »
This new batch of pocket pacys were on my desk but now they are packed in my luggage for my trip to Hong Kong.
Oops, did I forget to mention that I was going to Hong Kong? Yes, I am! I'm off to visit the Hong Kong International School there for a week! Originally, I was going to go alone but sinc... Read more of this blog post »