Por favor, cuida de mamá es un libro conmovedor en el que se nos cuenta una historia sencilla, tierna y a la vez triste donde se desgranan los sentimientos que forman parte de las relaciones familiares: el amor, el sacrificio o los sueños. Está narrado en segunda persona, lo cual desconcierta un...Read more of this blog post »
I woke up,
And walked away,
As it was moribund,
The body was behaving,
Like a sluggard,
As if it was,
under lots of pressure,
to fulfill the dreams,
to stop the heart’s screams,
to live before dying,
As I saw it,
Resting under the mud,
I felt weightless,
Fearless...Read more of this blog post »
I HAVE SOMETHING TO SHARE!!! And it’s not an STD.
It’s a deleted scene from ‘Dating-ish’ and I think you’re all going to enjoy it (at least, you’ll enjoy it more than an STD… I think).
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Every once in awhile, a person comes along who changes the course of your entire life.
For me one of the most significant people in my life has been Sue Maes of London, Ontario, my mentor in healing.
Sue has just established a new website, Suemaeslifecoach.com, where you can read about her importa... Read more of this blog post »
JUST 99 CENTS ★★★★★5 STAR REVIEWS★★★★★ STOPPING THE NEXT KOREAN WAR.
A JACK GUNN NOVEL: CRITICAL INCIDENTS HAS IT ALL: TERRORISM, MYSTERY, SUSPENSE, a POLITICAL THRILLER taking you inside the intelligence units and the U.S. Korean Embassy. Meet the characters behind the scenes... Read more of this blog post »
Anyone who has known me for any considerable amount of time knows that I am a lover of stories. I am a voracious reader and I tend to agree with Erasmus in that “when I get a little money I buy books; if any is left, I buy food and clothes.” I have been known to hunt down out-of-print titles and...Read more of this blog post »
When it comes to choosing a nail polish, I tend to reach for a classic nude rather than something super vibrant. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE wearing a bright colour on my nails, but I usually like to play it safe and choose something muted so that I can be sure that my ma...Read more of this blog post »
I remember in the not so distant past thinking of you as a tolerant, intelligent and rational right wing Christian. I remember it because those characteristics are so foreign to the rank and file--not to mention the Christian leadership--right wing Christian. Your apparent abilit... Read more of this blog post »
The Polish translation of
Not If I See You First is called
See You Never.
The Grupie Wydawniczej Foksal YA! website is HERE.
To buy a copy, go HERE.
The post Now in Polish, Do zobaczenia nigdy! appeared f...Read more of this blog post »
On this Spot, Sadhguru shares his new poem “My Day is Taken” and writes about the root cause of human suffering and how we can make our experience of life beautiful and fulfilling. Moreover, do not miss our slideshow with many interesting pictures from Sadhguru’s recent events and casual interact...Read more of this blog post »
Dylan McAthie is an ass and known for his temper tantrums. I know, I know, I wrote him. He is what I made him. *sigh* My only excuse is I’m an over-indulgent author.
He was not amused when I, the author, took control and decided on a cover without his input. He states he would ne... Read more of this blog post »
Ha llegado el día. Tyler y Holly ya están aquí, acostumbrándose a salir al mundo, después de unos cuantos meses solos conmigo. Hoy sale a la venta Como te veo yo, mi nueva novela, una historia new adult autoconclusiva con muchos secretos por descubrir y muchos complejos por superar. Ya os conté... Read more of this blog post »
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Hooray hooray – the Aarhus 39 anthologies are published today! Quest edited by Daniel Hahn and published by Alma Books features a selection of children’s stories from the Aarhus 39 – including my new story ‘Between the Trees’ which has been gorgeously illustrated by Joel Stewart.
‘Between the Tre...Read more of this blog post »
Who has 2 thumbs and finished the first draft of the next Grimluk book? This dude! At 65,885 it’ll need some fleshing out in spots but it’s done. Ultimate goal will be a 75,000 minimum and I’m certain the second draft will hit that easily. Took notes for that along the way. I’m happ...Read more of this blog post »
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Aquí tenéis mis dos fechas confirmadas para firmar mi nueva novela, “Piensa en mañana”, en la Feria del Libro de Madrid.
-8 de junio de 17 a 19h
Caseta 320 Casa Del Libro
-10 de junio de 11 a 13h
Caseta 78 Sonrisas de
Os espero allí.
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Just over 30 years ago today, director Ethan Wiley’s sequel to Steve Miner’s House, imaginatively subtitled the second story, was released in U.K. Cinemas on 15th May 1987. Both movies were based on stories written by Fred Dekker, who should need no introduction to genre film fans.
I didn’t get to...Read more of this blog post »
In this episode, the splendid author, Dave Hutchinson, visits Emma in the tea lair. We discuss watching the West Wing in the time of Trump, surviving Clarke Award nominations, and writing near future SF.
If you love Tea and Jeopardy and...Read more of this blog post »
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Enter for a chance to win a Signed Paperback of For Fallon (Chicago Syndicate, #1) by Soraya Naomi – the one where it all began. Meet the alpha killers everyon...Read more of this blog post »
After all is said and done, what matters is that you lead a memorable life and leave a meaningful mark on the world.”
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A real book
Are you a Kindle addict? Or do you believe a book isn’t a book unless it’s a paperback? Or are you like me, and lie somewhere in between.
In praise of the Kindle:
No more choosing between shoes or books, clothes or books when I go on holiday. I can take a hundred books with me and stil... Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been working on this book for some seven years, which is a record for me unless I dig up one of my trunk novels and try to publish that (spoiler: my trunk novels would need to be rewritten and no, that is not happening). What happened was that I started writing this story, and then it got to...Read more of this blog post »
Without understanding the source of suffering, human beings strive to gain happiness by possessiveness and greed, through violence and hatred. We act out of delusion and ignorance, creating pain as an inevitable result. Our grasping, our aggressive entanglement in the world brings with it unavoi...Read more of this blog post »
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By Emily Johnson
If you’re dreaming of having a job that will bring you pleasure, opportunities for career growth and good income, think about turning your hobby into a profitable business. Although most people have hobbies and spend much time on them, just a few of us think about quitting a 9-to...Read more of this blog post »
A widely held tenet of the current conventional wisdom is that while President Trump might not be popular overall, he has a high floor on his support. Trump’s sizable and enthusiastic base — perhaps 35 to 40 percent of the country — won’t abandon him any time soon, the theory goes, and they don’t...Read more of this blog post »
River of Teeth
By Sarah Gailey
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
River of Teeth marks the debut of Sarah Gailey's long-awaited alt-history feral hippo novella, and it's a good one. Gailey takes the real-life, actually abandoned plans of the United States Congress to launch hippo farming in response to... Read more of this blog post »
I met Alix last year at the BC Book Awards. She had just won the Amazon First Novel Award and the night we met she won The Ethel Wilson Award for the best novel in B.C. So obviously, she’s brilliant. But there’s also something about her that suggests it would be impossible to be bored […]
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I'm constantly fighting a battle between my head and my heart. Torn between what I should do and what I want to do. What I know to be true and what I want to be true. And what I know to be lies, but still ruminate on as if they're true. It's a vicious and exhausting cycle that I can't seem t... Read more of this blog post »
Oh, Happy Wednesday! Chapter Three of The Girl With the Make-Believe Husband was posted to USAToday’s HappyEverAfter blog this morning. Start on JuliaQuinn.com for the first two chapters, then head over for Chapter Three! If you’ve preordered then you will be able...Read more of this blog post »
From May 25, 2017 – 12:00 AM Eastern To May 25, 2017 – 11:59 PM Eastern
Grab 10 books for $10 from some of the Year 5 Class!
Me, Anna Martin, Susan Laine, Anne Tenino, Chris T. Kat, John Inman,... Read more of this blog post »
Congratulations to all the winners of the Nebula, Bradbury, and Norton Awards this year! The Nebulas are the annual award of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), and the award trophy is a gorgeous block of Lucite with embedded planets and things, each one unique. Consider th...Read more of this blog post »
I’m pretty sure I’m a crap friend. This isn’t out of malice. It also wasn’t always the case. In fact, I remember performing such selfless friend tasks as dropping people off and picking them up at LAX (I was very proud of my secret, non-highway route; it’s an LA thing) and...Read more of this blog post »
(Tęsinys. Pradžia čia: nuoroda.)
Taigi pradedame rašyti. Rašome, visų pirma, sau, su uždarytomis durimis, vieni patalpoje, rašome į sąsiuvinį ar kompiuterio dokumentą, kurio niekas neskaitys. Turime būti ramūs dėl to, turime sau pažadėti, kad tai saugi vieta išpažinčiai.
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