My rating: 2 of 5 stars
The like the idea of a woman struggling to figure out why she has rage issues and a sense of smell for meat that is so advanced that it scares her, but her character was not likable enough, the plot was not surprising enough, the description f...Read more of this blog post »
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At three in the morning at the US Space Agency Headquarters, Paul Raggone’s digital watch beeped to let him know it was no longer 2:59 am. He took off his horn-rimmed glasses and rubbed his eyes with a sigh. He thought he would be used to these late hours by now, but he still had...Read more of this blog post »
The aroma of fresh baked calzone and lasagna draws a crowd on Friday afternoon lunch break at the Tasty Deli on the corner of Main Street. The line is out the door, hungry stomachs growling awaiting the appetizing delights. I stand in line, hoping they don’t sell out of the chic... Read more of this blog post »
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When I realized I’d been dragged into writing inspirational fantasy fiction, my first, most complicated task was to imagine an entire fantasy world to frame the Books of the Infinite series. I didn't want to slow down the action with tons of detail, but I did need to create a complete and comple... Read more of this blog post »
The Tutor’s Daughter By Julie KlassenBethany House, 2013
Reviewed by Noela Nancarrow 5 stars~*****
Traverse the continents to England and the windswept coast of Cornwall where you’ll find the sprawling Ebbington Manor upon the high cliff tops of North Cornwall. Peer over the... Read more of this blog post »
DAY #3 of #GwGonTour!
Stop by and say hi at any of today’s blog tour stops!
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Interested in helping promoteGirl with Guitarbut missed...
I mentioned on Facebook the other day that I’ve been working with my new editor to figure out what I’ll be writing for Samhain Publishing next year. I have to plan these things out way in advance for them, since it takes more than a year from me handing in the final book to their putting it out....Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book is most definitely different. I can't claim to have read a book anything like it ever before.
After a young man is brutally attacked, a non-practicing doctor takes him home and nurses him back to health.
I loved the character... Read more of this blog post »
Less than two weeks ago, K.N. Lee released her debut novel – The Chronicles of Koa: Netherworld. In that time she’s already received a number of raving reviews, including my own which was a 4.5 out of 5. Today, I managed to track her down by using my acceptable hunting skills and…Okay, okay I mes...Read more of this blog post »
At first, I had the following thoughts:
That is so true. I am so much more than my depression and anxiety.I wish those who perpetuate the... Read more of this blog post »
One of the biggest writing conventions in the country is coming up in August*—one with 90 panels, each of which offers you a chance to learn from a host of New York Times best-selling, Hugo and Nebula award-winning,or otherwise just plain awesomeauthors. Authors likeMercedes Lackey, Patrick Rot...Read more of this blog post »
Let's start a new travel series of posts about France. I always say that because I'm French I don't know anything about France, when you look at it people doing a lot of tourism in their own country a... Read more of this blog post »
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Fangirl Friday is simply that. It's your chance to completely fangirl (or fanboy) over anything you want! It can be a book, a movie, a band, a song, music in general, a tv show, your favorite type of coffee, your favorite earrings, or silver glitter! Have fun. Be creative. Share the things that...
Genre: Contemporary, coming of ageRelease Date: June 21, 2013
Can a guilty conscience keep wounds from healing?
Fine arts major, Candace Parker, grew up with a mother who thinks image is everything, and her daughter’s perfection will never be good enough. About to graduate college and pursue her... Read more of this blog post »
My mate Colin and I
have been friends since we sat together in primary four aged 8. We have both
been huge Abba fans since well before it was trendy to be Abba fans. We have flown
to New York to see Benny and Bjorn's opera at the Carnegie Hall. I was totally
star struck when I met... Read more of this blog post »
With Moira da Costa in the school library
Over lunch, I chatted with half a dozen Year 10 students from the school’s very active bo...Read more of this blog post »
In this current atmosphere of books written entirely for entertainment it can often be difficult to find the ones that say more. While I love a good story, I often desire more from the time I spend between the pages.
Fantasy is not always about magic and dragons. Although characters in fiction...Read more of this blog post »
Let me tell you: it ain't so.
Finally having overcome her trauma associated with the events of May 10th, Mrs. Snark took Miss Bear out for another bike ride.
Destination: grocery sto... Read more of this blog post »
I’m pretty pumped about starting Jesus Manifesto by Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola. After all, when you’re posting about the introduction… If the church does not reorient and become Christological [...]
The post An intro to Jesus M...Read more of this blog post »
Falling Into Us
“Kaz asked me a simple question and offered a way out. He said I could stay here and visit him on tour when ever I wanted but I am tired of feeling vacuous and useless so I said yes. I could use my photography skills and I’d been to plenty of concerts but never have I gone on to...Read more of this blog post »
I grew up sheltered and amongst science-minded people. I had a wild imagination and felt like no one could understand or appreciate how amazing a... Read more of this blog post »
Recuerdo una conversación con un editor que me decía que no tenía sentido para un autor publicar más de un libro al año. ¿Por qué? Me hablaba de ventas, claro. De promoción. De conflicto cuando tienes dos libros en el mercado. Lo he hablado con otros autores y la mayoría coinciden en esa idea. No...Read more of this blog post »
Milton Caniff was called “The Rembrandt of Comics”. He was born in Ohio in 1907 and became famous for his comic strips Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon. Starting in 1932, Milt drew the comic strips Dickie Dare, The Gay Thirties, and Mister Gilfeather for the Associated Press. Then in 1934,...Read more of this blog post »
Christmas vacation, 1984. Things are far from festive at the house of eighteen year-old Alejo Sandoval. His parents teeter on the verge of divorce. His final semester in high school looms ahead. His future is a big unknown... Read more of this blog post »
In my last post I mentioned that it was only 100 days until Sorrow Woods would be published, and to celebrate I asked you to vote on what sort of teaser you'd like.Thank you to everyone who voted and sent me messages. It made me do this ..... :) :):)
I’m pleased to announce that you un... Read more of this blog post »
TL:DR Be the guy that owns the shovels and rents them out, instead of a guy that shovels.
@sf64 – I have been able in my life to accumulate a great deal of financial resources. That accumulation of resources was the result of serious risk taking in the form of entrepreneurship. And it was the resu...Read more of this blog post »
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Melting Away the Ice
Sara Smith, a hardworking lawyer, thought she found her true love. Unfortunately, that was a huge mistake.Now she goes home alone at night and avoids people. Until one da... Read more of this blog post »
Today on20 Questions With I have a special treat for all of you!
Joining me today is the awesome writing team of Morgan O’Neill!
Please help me welcome these wonderful ladies to 20 Questions With…!
About the authors…
Two authors writing as one, Cary Morgan Frates and Deborah O’Neill...Read more of this blog post »
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The Summer Book Blast runs from May 24-27 and is THE hottest and largest ebook sale to date for today’s best selling young adult, new adult and romantic fiction.We're giving away over $1,000 in prizes! In addition to all b... Read more of this blog post »
‘ey there, ladies and gents.
Did you hear the news? Just a Little Honesty went live yesterday on Smashwords, and it has since become available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. If you’re still waiting to read it, chances are you’re reading on an Apple device.
I apologize for the delay, but I...Read more of this blog post »
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Here's a steamy excerpt from my short novel, Araya's Addiction .
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For those that have messaged about purchasing a copy, as of right now it was only available through the Kickstarter, but there may be some copies left over from the print run. Sign up HERE to be notified, and thank you! :)
Writer: J.M. Barrie
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