In 2013 a lady collapsed and lay unconscious across a set of railroad tracks... Read more of this blog post »
THE GROWLERS BEACH GOTH 4 ANNOUNCE SHOWThe Growlers have announced a “secret” Orange County performance at The Constellation Room, Santa Ana, tonight, Tuesday, July 7.
In celebration of their upcoming Beach Goth 4, scheduled for October 24-25, the band will perform and announce this year's full f... Read more of this blog post »
So, we’ve been a little busy lately…
It’s been quite a while since you’ve heard from us, and everyone needs to know what’s been keeping us so busy. Some has been writing related (many new projects and no shortage of deadlines looming) and some has been life related.
As you know from previous lett...Read more of this blog post »
Children love to receive gifts in the mail, especially when they consist of fun activities! And parents love when these same gifts are educational. That’s why the whole family will love Surprise Ride: a new monthly adventure box for kids! Each monthly box is filled with everything kids need to d... Read more of this blog post »
Oh, you’re gonna love this one. Michelle’s here today with her newest and hottest release – undercover lust inSlow Burn.
Read on for details and be sure to leave a comment to show your love.
Hi there, everyone! I’m Michelle Roth and I’m here to introduce my latest release, Slow Burn. This is...Read more of this blog post »
I’m the first to admit that I’m out of the loop. I try not to spend a lot of time wandering in the ether; as a procrastination method, it’s excellent. And most writers really don’t need any more ways to procrastinate.
Having said this, a couple of comments left here and on my Facebook page made me...Read more of this blog post »
There’s very little heavyweight analysis here – just a montage of how books are used in the films of Wes Anderson (one of my favourite film-makers). I think it goes beyond the mere romance and nostalgia of novels though.
Josephine Baker adored Paris. “J’ai Deux Amours,” her signature song, said it all: “Two loves have I: My country and Paris.” Unlike with her many other loves, however,her feelings for the City of Lights were requited in full measure.The people of Paris loved Josephine Baker, too, passionately, ex...Read more of this blog post »
From Further Secrets of Adulthood: Hell is other people. Heaven is other people.
Ancient philosophers and contemporary scientists agree: to be happy, we need relationships. We need enduring, intimate bonds; we need to be able to confide; we need to feel like we belong; we need to be able to get su...Read more of this blog post »
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On sale tomorrow: The High Crimes hardcover! Collecting all 12-issues of the twice Eisner-nominated Monkeybrain Comics series from Ibrahim Moustafa and Christopher Sebela. Don’t miss the series that Kelly Sue DeConnick calls“a satisfying, immersive mystery—bold in its simplicity.”
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Online game ‘may control snacking’ (BBC News):
“A computer game may help some people control their unhealthy snacking habits, suggests a small study from the University of Exeter.
The online game, developed by psychologists at the University of Exeter and Cardiff University, used “brain trainin...Read more of this blog post »
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Oh you mean THOR?
Sir. Sir. I need help with something only you can help me with. I don’t know what it is yet, but your help is a necessity
Today, I got to do something that is so amazing and unexpected, I can’t believe it was real … and I have to keep all the details of it a total secret for a very long time.
That seems to be the story of my life these days. I’m not complaining, but everything I work on has this huge list of NDAs and...Read more of this blog post »
Cosmopolitan magazine picked THE SIREN as one of it's "20 Legitimately Good Erotic Novels You Must Read."
The Siren, Tiffany Reisz
Choice descriptor: "Notorious erotica author Nora Sutherlin thought she knew everything about being p... Read more of this blog post »
buy this print!
So a while ago I was either watching a video on youtube or reading an article where someone was quoting Sojourner Truth, and I don't even remember what the thing was, but in the comments section someone had written "look up her picture, she was OLD" and then they said something... Read more of this blog post »
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We’ve had about a week without rain, and we’re starting to feel it. The daisies are wilting, and the bird bath has been unusually busy. So far, there is no rain, but it’s coming. I can feel it. I’m torn between watering and waiting to see what happens in a few hour...Read more of this blog post »
Now it has to be read for things like hte and wehn…but also for places that really don’t make sense.
Jane has not seen the ending. We are headed out to gather a bit of garden rock from a place we know—and to read while we drive.
It's US publication day for The Annihilation Score!
So here is a spoiler thread.
Feel free to discuss "The Annihilation Score" (and if you ask me a question I might show up and answer it) in the comments below.
But it would be unwise to read the comments below if you haven't read the book yet and...Read more of this blog post »
If I'm coming to your area, I hope to see you at an event! If you have any questions ab... Read more of this blog post »
And all of those fantastic prizes and... Read more of this blog post »
1811 Slang Pertaining to Cohabitation
Heavy baggage ~ Women and children.
She wears the breeches ~ The wife governs her husband.
Butcher's dog. i.e. lie by the beef without touching it ~ A simile often applicable to married men.
To join giblets ~ Said of a man and woman who cohabit as husband and wif... Read more of this blog post »
On Sunday, I had the joy of watching my latest musical, Sticks & Stones, performed at a summer camp in central Connecticut. It's the story of a group of middle school students coming to terms with the parts of their bodies and the parts of their lives that they like least.
As a novelist an...Read more of this blog post »
Like sci-fi romance? Here ya go! Final Protcol, science fiction with a erotical, romantical sort of twist. But be warned, it’s a little dark. That warning about questionable consent? It isnot tongue in cheek.
Tip #1: Don’t get on her bad side. Tip #2: There’s no good side.
Her name is Silence....Read more of this blog post »
a) I get so caught up in working that I forget to eat
b) my tendonitis flares up almost every day while scrolling through the massive document
c) most importantly, the book i... Read more of this blog post »
I suspect, for the remainder of the summer year, my "only drink coffee in the morning" rule will be put on hold. Consider this your only warning. :-)
DINNER WITH FRIENDS
SIDEWALK CAFE (it was chilly)
Fun times. I hope to get back. Read more of this blog post »
I have an interesting question for you this morning, in particular for those of you who write a lot or do a lot of data entry. I noticed that over the years I progressively began to typo more and more. These typoes aren’t the typical “I hit the wrong letter” kind, but the ones where an entirely n...Read more of this blog post »
Inquiring Minds Want To Know. . .
At the beginning of “Dirty Dancing,” Baby sets us into the story-frame with a voice-over as we watch the family car driving up the turnpike there in Maine. She says:
That was the summer of 1963 – when everybody called me Baby, and it didn’t occur to me to mind. Th...Read more of this blog post »
Look what showed up in my mailbox last night!
A final copy of the final Pink book.
I’m still grappling with this whole “final” bit….
The Lure of the Moonflower appears in stores– and on Kindles, Nooks, and audio players– on August 4.Read more of this blog post »
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