Through observation, we can determine that things in this plain live and eventually appear to die. Yet, the concept of “death” is only a matter of perception; an idea based on mankind’s limited knowledge of it.
We tend to determine something as “dead” when there are no signs of “life”. Through our...Read more of this blog post »
As Prematurity Awareness Month (November) comes to an end, I wanted to share some personal thoughts and photos with those of you who have been part of lives and supporting us this year. I had a year in which I have so many things to be thankful for: I am thankful for my husband and […]
The post To...Read more of this blog post »
Yes, as discussed on my FB page, the kickstarter is live (though for some reason it started with 39 days instead of 40)! This is a very important kickstarter and I hope those of you who have enjoyed my work not just in the Dragonrea... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The second collection of Batman Brave and the Bold books brings another mixture of poor and really solid stories. The book collects Issues 7-12 of the first Batman Brave and the Bold series... Read more of this blog post »
Ash rained down from the sky like a gruesome snow blanketing the blackened ground. Lillian did not wav... Read more of this blog post »
My grandfather was an artist and I remember watching him perfect his skills over the years. As a senior he even began attending art classes at the county college. He was always drawing and sketching but in time he began to paint beaut... Read more of this blog post »
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Dinner guests brought this sweet centerpiece in honor of “Blackbirds in the Pomegranate Tree: Stories from Ixcotel State Prison.”
Not always do prison and pomegranates line up. Not always do hardship and friendship align.
Over chiles en nogada, we celebrated human warmth (and Mexican food) in all...Read more of this blog post »
Ten Men to Fall in Love With By Chanel Cleeton
I started reading romance novels when I was ten years old. The moment I read my first romace, I fell in l... Read more of this blog post »
I hope you’re sitting down for this. My son wears pink.
I know. It’s shocking and upsetting and goes against the norms of society. It’s going to change his sexuality, transform his personality, and mutate his very essence.
A bit extreme? Sure. But I’ve actually been told all of the above, if not i... Read more of this blog post »
Anthony Lovelace loves to dress up as a woman and parade around the house. He buys his clothes secretly by mail and has them shipped to the local postal box. He loves dressing and teasing men but has no desire to be a woman or to be loved by a man.
His wife Linda does not appreciate the time t...Read more of this blog post »
If you are interested in receiving an arc copy for review, want to take part in the blog tour (Feb. 18-25), or are willing to h... Read more of this blog post »
You’ll never guess what Ruby discovers in England!
It’s game time! Join us in A Ruby Christmas Pinterest contest.Find today’s link atRuby’s special Pinterest boardor visit the direct link for the photo of LONDO... Read more of this blog post »
A Few Good Books:
-Manalive! by G. K. Chesterton - a lesser known story, but my very favorite. Good gift for just about anybody.
-Vegetar... Read more of this blog post »
In 1999, not long after Janet and I got married and we moved our blended family into the top two floors of a rented 1850s Charleston single, I was browsing in the main library around the corner and picked up a newly published book called Flanders. I had some historical interest in World War I, bu...Read more of this blog post »
When I first began to study anatomy, I did it from a text book, where “a bone” and “a muscle” and “a tendon” and “a ligament” were nice tidy pictures with clear explanations about where each was and which did what. Like a good student* I learned where everything was and what everything was called...Read more of this blog post »
This book would really appeal to single parents especially women, who are interested in finding their strengths. Life can often be challenging. Particularly, when we are parents to young children. It may feel as if we... Read more of this blog post »
As it has been a year since I published daynight and 2013 is coming to a close, I have been thinking a lot about what constitutes “success” in the publishing industry, whether I have achieved it, and if it matters.... Read more of this blog post »
Oh my god – I get it!!! I have been messing with twitter off and on for weeks and could just not get my head around what the heck it was all about. So you guys leave me some comments here if I am or am not on the right track.
Twitter is like a massive instant message system. With like 140 characte...Read more of this blog post »
* Nice Crapalachia review at thehollowpartofme.
* Nice Hill William review at The Lit Pub.
* Nice Crapalachia AND Hill William review at The Millions.
* The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan is now available as an e-book!
* Another sweet write-up about Scott by Beach Sloth.
* Trevor Oxley...Read more of this blog post »
“Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them fade from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them.” –Deuteronomy 4:9, NIV
My grandmother used to tell me all the family stories—o...Read more of this blog post »
Have you met the Phenomenal Jessica O'Gorek? She's the author of a great little book called Gemini Rising. Let me tell you this is not a book you want to miss. I truly enjoyed it!
Synopsis : BEWARE! THE PLANET IS WOUNDED... THE GEMINI ARE RISING AND OUR TIME ON EARTH IS LIMITED
Angry at the hum... Read more of this blog post »