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“The First and last thing I do every day is see what strangers are saying about me.”
I said to someone recently that between social media and a number of other factors, I feel like I have lost most of my ability to communicate with people on any no... Read more of this blog post »
Is there a book that changed your life, and if so, what was it?
My answer is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. I read that book when I was a wee child, and it introduced me not only to portmanteau words, but to the idea that you could make language do what you wante... Read more of this blog post »
"If you want to be content in life, be a man of action. This will bring you results. And any result, whether success or failure, will still bring you contentment because at least you have lived out that dream."
It pleased me very... Read more of this blog post »
Starting with Breakfast (Savory Sriracha Oatmeal), moving to Starters, (Sriracha Sesame Ginger Popcorn), to Mains, (Beer & Sriracha Marinated Flank Steak), to Sides, (Sriracha Mac & Cheese) to Desserts... Read more of this blog post »
GALADRIA (Book 1) Peter Huddleston & The Rites of Passage...
GALADRIA (Book 2) Peter Huddleston & The Mists of the Three Lakes.... Read more of this blog post »
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You have a full time job -- how did you find the time to write a novel?
I wish I could say that I had a strict writing schedule but I didn’t. Sometimes I would block off time over the lunch hour, as if I had a lunch meeting with book. Sometimes I would find chunks of time during travel... Read more of this blog post »
Now I can set too reviewing other peoples works and promoting mine.
Have a great day.
In the two weeks since that posting, the four remaining militants in the Malheur Refuge in... Read more of this blog post »
Awhile back, one of my closest friends developed a connection to two characters in my book. She wanted them to be a couple and named them Cazely.
So, for a little gift to her, I thought I... Read more of this blog post »
Martin slid the metallic green Ford Escort into one of the parking bays; he’d had a free choice and had decided on the one directly outside the building.
“It isn’t very big, is it,” said his companion, a statement rather than a question.
“Well, maybe it’s deep rather than wide, deceptive... Read more of this blog post »
Who should play Xalata? Some sparky yo... Read more of this blog post »
Some tickets are apparently 77 po... Read more of this blog post »
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This has always been one of my favourites in the Midnight Trilogy--it's one of my most romantic stories, and I so wanted to give it an extr... Read more of this blog post »
Thi... Read more of this blog post »
She works at Burger World. He has won a huge fortune. A week ago, they were a couple. She is still flipping burgers. He is rubbing shoulders with the jet set in Hollywood. Is she bitter? You bet!
This is a tiny taster of my new novella, One Billion Tear$. I launched the romantic comedy to a lukew...Read more of this blog post »
We're just TWELVE DAYS out from RYDER releasing! I'm so bloody excited, and I can't wait for you all get your hands on the book! Below is an excerpt from the novel to tie everyone over until it releases! :)
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My eyes locked on the corner booth, or rather on the man in the booth....
Hey! Can you see the stars in the sea?” asked Seren excitedly standing in the balcony of the Smyrna Pier on a horny June day, staring at the Aegean Sea with admiration.
“That’s called light refraction!” replied Emel feeling tired of Seren’s overactive imagination already.
“I know but that is so dry...Read more of this blog post »
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One of your posts asked about the artwork between the sections in The Taming of the Queen – the squiggle and the 'KP' are both copied from Kateryn Parr's real signature. She signed herself 'Kateryn the Quene KP', perhaps to distinguish herself from Henry's previous two Queen Katherines, or to ass... Read more of this blog post »
I was born and raised in Chicago. My father was a history professor and my mother was, and is, a voracious reader. I grew up with a love of history and books.My parents also love traveling, a passion they passed onto me. I wanted to see the places I read about, see the land and monuments from th... Read more of this blog post »
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I’m reasonably conservative and a Christian and I wonder whether I’m in the right field. It’s encouraging to find other writers who are of the same stripe.
You posted this a while ago, do you still have similar misgivings about being a conservative SF writer? I’d love an update, if you have the...
Today marks two years as an author. Time flies when you’re having a blast!
Two years ago I hit “publish” for the first time… and send Caged out into the wild.
To celebrate, I’ve put Caged up for a Kindle Countdown Sale. What does that mean? Well, right now, you can get Caged for 99¢/0.99 at Amazo...Read more of this blog post »
Alan Grayson, the Congressman from Florida now running for the U.S. Senate, is under investigation by the House Committee on Ethics allegedly on how his "roles as a hedge fund manager and a member of Congress were intertwined, and how he promoted his international travels, some with congressional...Read more of this blog post »
Announcement: I'm now with Simon & Schuster so the 20th FBI,. INSIDIOUS, which would have been published by Putnam and been on the shelves in July (as you're used to) will be out in September with Simon... Read more of this blog post »
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