The success of my latest book, The Fall of Acre has been humbling and gratifying. A big thank you to all my fans. I was recently inter... Read more of this blog post »
From the demented minds who watched every Tales From The Crypt and Twilight Zone episode and read eve... Read more of this blog post »
I got the idea for this book many years ago. I was working as the technical adviser and chimp trainer on a movie that starred Karen Allen and Armand A... Read more of this blog post »
Here's another cover I designed and then rejected for My Wife Changed Me Into Her Lover's Penis: The Ultimate Cuckold Fantasy. This one was also sexy but just a little too penis-y. I have to remind myself sometimes that not everybody is (proudly!) bisexual like me, and for a lot of straight guys... Read more of this blog post »
My father, bless his heart, was a successful man. Despite the fact that he sold death. He was a funeral director. He was successful because he honored the dignity of each person he met. They, like all of us, had dreams, joys and failures.
In his way of thinking, the...Read more of this blog post »
- David Levithan (Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List)
- Update bei Nachtfalter -
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“Wrangling Rut-Drunk Alpha Boyfriends 101” by Stiles Stilinski, omega and responsible adult person.
Steter, Non-Traditional A/B/O Dynamics, Heat Sex, Knotting, Heat-Related Consent Issues, Super Negotiated & Enthusiastic Consent, Alpha Rut
I went to Atami last week.Atami is a city in the Shizuoka prefecture, famous for their hot springs. It’s located a convenient 1 hour shinkansen (bullet train) ride from Tokyo, so it’s a perfect day trip. Atami has been a popular hot springs town since the 8th century, noted for its hot summers... Read more of this blog post »
Most romance novels are generally light, feel-good readswith the ultimate happy ending. But what if they were to alsotouch on a delicate andtopical subject, such as infertility?
Inconceivable, a first novel by Tegan Wren was atruly enjoyed thiswonderful and engaging read, and I’m sohonoured to hav...Read more of this blog post »
Hmm, I don’t know what to say to this seeing as I’ve never had a volcanic theme on my website, nor do volcanos have anything to do with my story. I chose the color scheme on my cover because it tested best with my audience and provided the best contrast to the bloody nose.Read more of this blog post »
Back to hockey history this week. And, let’s be honest, a bit of book promotion too.
When I was pitching my new biography of Art Ross, I kept saying to publishing people that Ross’s name was one that every hockey fan already knew … even if they didn’t know why. That’s because, ever since the 1947-...Read more of this blog post »
So I sighed with relief last week when I did the final post on the Hugo idiocy that has been going on since last spring. Looks like I was premature. The idiocy isn’t going away. If anything it is intensifying. I can’t figure it out.
Maybe my problem with understanding it is that I have a life. I r...Read more of this blog post »
I have a newsletter now!! Sign up here for news on upcoming contests, books and more! The first one should be out next week.Read more of this blog post »
es ist ja so viel los. Dauernd bin ich irgendwo unterwegs und mache Sachen und trotzdem kann ichnoch nicht darüber reden. Also, ich könnte schon, aber dann ist es ja nicht so spannend.
Die Woche stand jedenfalls grob unter zwei Hashtags: #CoWoBn und #BarCampKoeln. Das Coworking in...Read more of this blog post »
Vaya por delante que la crítica que estoy a punto de plasmar a continuación la hago como lector, pues jamás se me ocurriría juzgar el trabajo de otro novelista teniendo tan solo 4 años de experiencia en el campo. Dicho esto, como lector seré implacable, pues estamos hablando del best-seller del v...Read more of this blog post »
Todos conocemos el efecto horizonte, que consiste en que, a medida que caminamos hacia el horizonte, este se aleja. En la ciencia, a veces parece que también se aplica este efecto. Veamos algunos ejemplos: Mapa genético de Mycoplasma genitalium Biología sintética : En 1960 se predecía que hacia... Read more of this blog post »
Welcome back Ladies and Gentlemen, Artists, Poets, Writers, Authors, Dreamers, Friends and Family; Welcome EVERYONE to Nadaness In Motion's bi-weekly picture-prompt writing challenge Takhayyal.
Artist unknown. Picture found via Pinterest
Arabic for Imagine, Takhayyal is a means to get inspired... Read more of this blog post »
In this episode, I cover everything I did to make sure my recent book launch on Amazon was a success. Hitting the top of the charts in two categories in less than a week was a surprise, but any author can have similar results by following the tips I share in the podcast. Here is some of the re...Read more of this blog post »
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(transcript below… or basically my notes that I tried to remember )
So you all know that I released Hurt this week with RVD and Kristin Vayden, I’ve been pimping it to hell and back. J Anyway, so I was checking our sale numbers (something I generally do maybe once a day on a normal day and obsess...Read more of this blog post »
Tras el paréntesis de agosto, llegan las últimas entregas de este año de la saga. El próximo jueves 10 aparecerá aquí mismo el que será el antepenúltimo relato. Dos semanas después, el 24 de septiembre, la siguiente entrega. Y el 31 de octubre, el relato especial que cerrará el segundo volumen de...Read more of this blog post »
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when Miley Cyrus takes you to her favorite restaurant and you dont know what to eat
I spend a lot of time talking about lingerie. A lot.
As a speaker and author, most of my job consists of going around the country and encouraging women to do scary things. Like tackle their clutter, or have that hard conversation with their kids.
And for some, the scariest thing I ask them to do is...Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A Haunting Story of War and the Darkness of the Human Spirit!
This is a very interesting story, told in a post-war diary style. It sort of stressed me out with all of the battles, as I am certain it was intended to. The author takes the "old school... Read more of this blog post »
So impressed with this read, I had to reblog it. I’m taking a time out here for a special project, I’ll be back in a few weeks. Look out for Author interviews and fun reads soon. Happy Labor Day Weekend! Ciao for now, LM.
Source: The Beauty ofBecoming
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#FAQ: Who do you follow on Twitter? A: Friendly creative types, mostly writers, artists or journalists. Sarcasm preferred but not essential.
When someone says something stupid I assume they’re joking. When I joke they assume I’m stupid. And for sarcasm, that I’m criminally insane.
I love it when pe...Read more of this blog post »
I grow cynical of seasons
yet that first September sun
slides over old pine cupboards
making the wood within
glow with life,
the table burnished in oak revival
reclaims the inner light of age,
my fingers linger
wanting to hold the sun-cascade
that uncovers secrets,
replaces dark reality
with a glimpse of fa... Read more of this blog post »
-Irse riendo solo en la calle de noche.
-Quedarse mirando una casa desde la vereda.
-Arrastrar de la mano por la calle a un niño llorando.
-No contestar cuando el paco te saluda al pasar.
-Usar poleras con banderas de Chile.
-Usar polera con frase en inglés.
-Llevar en la mano...
Liz here, andI have a wicked fun guest with me today! Kendel Lynn, managing editor of Henery Press, fabulous writer and a fellow Agatha nominee, is here to talk about the new Club Hen House blog.Henery Press published the Writes of Passage essay collection, in which four of us Wickedshave pieces...Read more of this blog post »
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