Good news! This weekend I finished the first draft of the next Ivy Years novel. And my friends in The Locker Room on Facebook helped me choose a new "win song" for the Harkness men's Hockey team. So I promised to post a brand new teaser excerpt! So, without further ado, I give you DJ and Lianne....Read more of this blog post »
The Stars Were Right by K.M. Alexander is a space opera, fantasy, street-gritty noir, crazed-villain sort of yarn set in the far future but filled with analog tech alongside gleaming splendor, and non-humanoid races mingling with humans in the many-leveled city of Lovat.
Waldo Bell is a caravan ma...Read more of this blog post »
Release: October 5th 2015Renee “Ren” Miller finally has everything she ever dreamed of. For the first time in her life, everything is perfect and she doesn’t want to change a thing. Ash “Maverick” Fuller can’t help but feel that something is missing from his... Read more of this blog post »
Yes, you read that correctly. There's no gimmick or haha about it. These novels were not short little tales, but actual full-length novels that literally ATE days of my life away (more on this below). One was 89k, the next, about 92k. They were the first two... Read more of this blog post »
A fantastic day. Published my first Art Mystery book, cleaned more of the kitchen, and spent time with James. Meditating on gratitude. Join me! #namaste
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I’m sorry for taking so long to do a blog post. I’ve been away on vacation and it’s been so overwhelming catching up upon my return that it’s taken me a while.
It’s like I’m digesting all the things I saw in Spain and Portugal, all the ideas that percolated through the sand in my mind to be refine...Read more of this blog post »
Two days agoI did something that terrified me. I joined the open mic at a reading where everyone in the room was starkers. Krissy Kneen, a friend and an author I’ve long admired, was the feature reader. I was one of the last to get up on the open mic—everyone was being so brave, reading about...Read more of this blog post »
Me, looking up from my sprawled position on my bed: Oh, hey Kid. How long've you been up?
Balthy: An hour.
Me, surprised: Yeah? I haven't heard you. Whatcha been doin'?
B, shrugging: Avoiding responsibility.
Me, having lost an afternoon binge... Read more of this blog post »
Two men went fishing on the Black Warrior River in Alabama over the weekend. What they caught wasn't what they expected.
Who the hell would be so cruel as to abandon kittens in a place like that? I hope their rescuers took care of them, and found them new homes.
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Crawley Creek Series
By: Lori King
In a small town in North Dakota there resides a family of misfits on the Crawley Creek Ranch. Brought together by hardship, and heartache they’ve bonded without blood ties, and seek to help others. Four brothers who’ve walked both sides of the line, and come ou...Read more of this blog post »
Continuing our THIS IS NOT YOUR MOTHER’S PUBLISHING CAREER conversation over at LoveBytes….
To recap we were talking about the issue of Discoverability, which leads us to:
Orange you glad it's a Lanyon?L.B. - “I’m not good at prom... Read more of this blog post »
You can enter for a chance to win one of ten books.
Readers will enjoy this book if they like dogs, country family living, Tennessee, or humorous sto... Read more of this blog post »
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When going to the Humane Society to adopt a pet, there are certain things a future animal owner looks for. Sometimes age plays a factor. Species is another important one. Friendliness with other animals is a must. But did you ever figure that an animal’s given name would have any e... Read more of this blog post »
Hey, just wanted to shout in glee that I was included in Love Bytes Reviews poll for best reviews of the week!
Check it out, and hey, vote if you like. I’m pretty excited just to appear on the list.
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Torchwood. Is. Back… In audio form, at least.
This is all thanks to Big Finish, with a six-part series focusi...Read more of this blog post »
One of the most popular posts I do over at Book Riot is the round-up of upcoming YA fiction titles, and one of the most popular questions I seem to get on Twitter and in my inboxes is “what should I be looking out for in YA?” For a lot of readers, especially those who work with teens either in... Read more of this blog post »
So, yeah, 2015 ain't over yet, but I do appreciate Matt Molgaard and the generous folks at Best Horror Movies dot com for naming Little... Read more of this blog post »
I was not amused or comforted by my soldiers’ attempts to imitate what I had once been. Still, I hadn’t forbidden it. Until very recently, my soldiers hadn’t known about my past. And they seemed to find in it a way to shield themselves from the inescapable intimacy of life on a small ship.
The p...Read more of this blog post »
So far I've noticed only one response from a recipient. I thought maybe there'd be more by now.
Would any ot... Read more of this blog post »
The first tear leaked out. It... Read more of this blog post »
Revealed to Him, a spin-off from the Kerr Chronicles, is now available on NetGalley! Request the book here. If you would like to request an interview with Jen for this release, please use the contact form on the Montlake Media Page here.
Handsome and tough Jake Tanner, a veteran and the owner o...Read more of this blog post »
I came home last night to the shocking news that Wes Craven had died at the age of 76, from brain cancer. Anyone who knows me, or even just knows my work, knows how much I love horror films. In conversation with a friend online, I mentioned how John Carpenter, Wes Craven, and David Cronenberg...Read more of this blog post »
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Just letting you know that my blog post will be up late — most likely tomorrow morning. I’m still on the way back from a weekend in Toronto; we got delayed at the U.S.-Canadian border, oy. And I only justmanaged to find a patch of wi-fi at a rest stop. (I’ve been on this bus for 8 hours....Read more of this blog post »
Every 84 days or so, I walk into my local Planned Parenthood to get my depo-shot. I use Planned Parenthood because it doesn’t cost me $500 every 84 days to get my shot, because I am among those that fell through the cracks and do not have access to health insurance. And $500 is still a hit to my...Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been making the rounds at Bridgepoint Active Healthcare to see a friend. It’s described as a “complex cares and rehabilitation center hospital.”
The first time I came by to see him, I noted his roommate, an elderly gentleman who we’ll call “Nigel.” Nigel wanted to know why I was building my f...Read more of this blog post »
Dark Menace MC – Stone
Blurb – Rachel offers herself to Stone, the president of an outlaw motorcycle club, as collateral for her family’s debt, and becomes the target of a rival club. Wildman, president of the Red Devils, wants her, but so does Stone–and he’ll do whatever it take...Read more of this blog post »
My ICE LIKE FIRE Tour Schedule!!Boston Teen Author Festival, Saturday, Sept 26 (ILF will be available here TWO WEEKS EARLY)
NYCC, Saturday, Oct 10, 11AM: Chicks Kick Ass Panel
Books of Wonder, NYC, Tuesday, Oct 13, 6PM (with Kristen Simmons, Heather Demetrios, and Amy Ewing!)
Books by the Banks, Cin... Read more of this blog post »
It is easier for a woman to get someone to have sex with her, because men need sex more than women. Women enjoy sex, but tend to be able to g... Read more of this blog post »
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