What an amazing last few weeks this has been. I can’t compare it to anything–it is too much, too fast. Inside, I think I’m still a kid from the desert who never thought she’d get to share a story that anyone found worth reading. How did all of this happen? I can’t wrap my head around it.
I am ove...Read more of this blog post »
The Amazon Kindle version of Dream Brother is $0.99 (90% off list price) until midnight, May 26th, 2015.
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Today's guest quote is by Rob Bell, from Love Wins:
It's as if we're currently trying to play the piano while wearing oven mitts.
We can make a noise, sometimes even hit the notes well enough to bang out a melody, but it doesn't sound like it could, or should.
The elements are all there-fingers, key...Read more of this blog post »
ঘরে বাইরে সরবতর আজ বিনয ও মানসিক উদারতার যে অভাব তৈরী হচছে,এর আডালে হারিযে যাচছে আমাদের মানবিকতার পূরণ বিকাশ। আমরা অনেক কিছু হতে শিখছি,কিনতু মানুষ হওযার দীকষা নেইনি আজও। মদীনার নবী মুহামমাদ সা. ছাডা আর কে পেরেছে নিজেকে বিলিযে মানুষকে ভালবাসা শেখাতে?তিনিই তো পরথম বলে... Read more of this blog post »
-Master Summoner Gladys Waterslager, 2166.
From Dorian’s Journal of Memorable Quotes to Live By
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Happy Weekend! My youngest daughter turns 6 on Monday which has me in a bit of shock–can my baby really be that old already? Happily for us, she is goodwith having a low-key day–her only requests wereto play with Legos and have a cake that she can stick her whole face into. I think I can hand...Read more of this blog post »
1) Paying rent is not like responding to a Facebook event invite.
You can’t coyly click “Maybe” and show up fashionably late, elaborate stories about a rogue 6 train in tow. You can’t rely on Siri sending opportune push notifications to your home screen when it’s time to get your shit togethe...Read more of this blog post »
Sherry Fundin - Ghost of Death Review + Missing Chapter Titles
Joanna Guidoccio -Why I Love Heroes with Titles
AndSandra Dailey - ***************************************************************************************
I have a special reader interview for everyone this month...I grilled an... Read more of this blog post »
The thing is, between writing The Dream Map and Floor 21, I think my writing took a significant jump in terms of storytelling, pace and character development. So much so that when I look at the Drea... Read more of this blog post »
- Portanto, aqui vai uma pergunta para ti. Que idade disses... Read more of this blog post »
Alright. It’s Friday. For most people, the week is winding down, they’re wrapping up projects, getting ready to relax. But as I’m sure all the independent artists and entrepreneurs out there know, there is no such thing as a weekend when you’re in business for yourself. There is always work to be...Read more of this blog post »
I am so grateful for…
A great brunch with Blair, in Seattle
Smooth and (relatively) stress-less tra... Read more of this blog post »
Memories; they can be a powerful force in our lives. Some of our more painful experiences we would prefer to forget. Others we choose to hold dear. But regardless of how it feels, every so often it’s necessary to take some time out of our busy lives to reflect. When processed in a healthy way, o...Read more of this blog post »
When you call for a plumber it's granted that the plumber shows up with his tools. Likewise, when you call a gardener you know they will show up with a lawn mower and other gardening tools. So why would a tailor call for an assistant and have some graduate from fashion school show up with no to...Read more of this blog post »
Volume II ofThe Madness of Cthulhutoc and other details are available atS.T. Joshi’s journal.It should be up for preorder soon.
Foreword by Kim Newman
Introduction by S. T. Joshi
20,000 Years Under the Sea by Kevin J. Anderson
Tsathoggua’s Breath by Brian Stableford
The Door Beneath by Alan Dea... Read more of this blog post »
*warning: this blog post is long, mostly because of tour photos.
I'm a terrible diarist. When I was little, I kept a diary, but never managed more than a handful of entries before giving up. Then trying again. Then stopping again. My problem was that I wrotetoo much, determined to remembereveryt...Read more of this blog post »
Hello and a big friendly wave from the BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND. Three days of no work!! WOOP WOOP. (Apologies in advance if you do have to work – we appreciate this sucks). Anyway what have I got for you today? Mark Matthews. Who else?
Panties NOT Allowed
Even though her face was now focused o...Read more of this blog post »
(SPOILER ALERT. Because obvi-fucking-ously.)
For the better part of a decade now in watching the series finale (or, more accurately, the final scene) of The Sopranos, audiences have asked, "Does Tony live or die?"
There are people who will swear that the cinematography of the scene dema... Read more of this blog post »
May 24, 2015 — “If we’re going to Costa Rica,” I told my colleague as we made plans. “There’s one thing I absolutely need to see. A Diquis Sphere.”
I’m lying. What I actually said upon learning that we were heading to Costa Rica was that I needed to see a step pyramid. It would be a few more da... Read more of this blog post »
Really great new review of Wolf’s Head!
Originally posted on David's Book Blurg:
Title –Wolf’s Head (The Forest Lord #1)
Author –Steven A. McKay
Genre –Historical Fiction
Length –329 Pages (Kindle)
Publication –4th July 2013
My Rating – 5/5 Stars
When a frightened young ou...Read more of this blog post »
Go down to the hellish depths,in its fog. Look your eyesight... Read more of this blog post »
The world of Doctor Who comics underwent a major change last year with Titan taking over the licence to...Read more of this blog post »
The first time that I realized that my kids had no idea what jumbies and the like were, my youngest son 6 or 7 and was going to be in a pan concert There was a play included with a little part about douen. I didn't go to the rehearsal, and...Read more of this blog post »
Madeleine Roux's New York Times bestselling Asylum is a thrilling and creepy photo-illustrated novel that Publishers Weekly called "a strong YA debut that reveals the enduring impact of buried trauma on a place." Featuring found photographs from real a... Read more of this blog post »
This is how it began: Justine (not her real name) decided to write 500 words (or as near as), anything goes, per week for 52 weeks. She would then submit it for anonymous posting, via me, her friend. Perhaps a pattern will emerge from her words, but at this stage it’s more an ex... Read more of this blog post »
So I am going to a wedding this weekend. I hate weddings. It’s not just because I can’t dance and therefore hate dancing, which is ultimately what the whole goddamn thing ends up being about. If it was just dancing, fine. Whatever. Have an open bar and watch how much I don’t care about dancing. H...Read more of this blog post »
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