The wolves are coming...can you feel them breathing on the back of your neck?
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For anyone who wants to be sure of securing a copy, pre-ordering early from Subterranean is recommended, as the print run will... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
A good first issue or first collection should be very welcoming for new readers. It should be a good jumping on point. This is not a very good first collection.
The book is puzzling. It's trying to be mystifying, profo... Read more of this blog post »
On September 17th, I will be launching my first short story: From the Baroness's Diary, The Erotic Escapades of Baron Beardley's Wife.
It all started in Love Painted in Red, with Laetitia and her paintings. I wrote, just for fun, a diary entry, and it grew to an erotic romance.
Now, I... Read more of this blog post »
Fair warning: this is a rambly one...
I am never more productive than when I have edits to make. By that I mean, I will do nearly anything around the house to avoid them, but I do it in a weirdly sneaky way. It's like I'm trying to lie to myself even though I am very aware of the truth. I won't go...Read more of this blog post »
replayed over and over
the audience grow weary,
the director has cold sweats
the company is not making money
but the donors have left
tantalizing hope dangling above
the poison fruit
he cannot tell
old and new waves clash
till nothing remains
only an old f... Read more of this blog post »
After a nearly apocalyptic earthquake engendered a societal breakdown, visionary Deborah Steele returned to her isolated family farm and turned it into a safe haven for w... Read more of this blog post »
Read, Love and Inspire! Some of my favorites,
Lost & Scared by K.C. Sprayberry
Josey's Mountain by Elle Marlow
Guarding Charon by KateMarie Collins
Grandfathers' Bequest by E.B. Sullivan
Supernatural Games by Casey Knight
A... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review of Arab Jazz, by Karim Miské. This thriller plunges the reader into the multi-cultural stew of the 19th arrondissement in Paris, where Jews, Muslims, and Christians rub shoulders. A particularly brutish murder of a cast-out Jehovah’s Witness... Read more of this blog post »
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I'd love some impartial advice on a book cover - The Flip of a Coin, by J C Williams.The Flip of a Coin The story is about Tom, a thirty something who has "pissed his life up against a wall."
He takes decisive action in a humourous story and makes a drastic c... Read more of this blog post »
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Use the code in the back of your purchased book and you can download your free audio copy.
Here's the link to the site.
Just enter your code and you can start... Read more of this blog post »
Some of them have been there for quite awhile, like Rama II, which I haven't touched since finishing page 56 way back in March 2015.
I've read that book before, however, so it's not too bad. That's no excuse for The Bully Pulpit: Theod... Read more of this blog post »
Logan's Point of View:
“Dance with me, Logan.”
That rips my attention away from the guy making a fool of himself onstage. I examine Abby and wonder what piece she just moved on the... Read more of this blog post »
Nick described the theme of the antho thusly:
Stories will deal w... Read more of this blog post »
In Chapter One of my novel The “Volunteer”, Dr. Lorraine Slater gives Danielle several examples of casual nudity in popular culture in her pitch for her sociology project. While The “Volunteer” is fiction, the things cited by Dr. Slater are real.
Of course, in the novel, it all starts with Andrew...Read more of this blog post »
Stay tuned for the day of release! ;)
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Si alguien va con el médico y se entera que tiene cáncer y sólo le q... Read more of this blog post »
I don't always know a book's theme until I start writing.
But week after week as I wrote the story of Audra, who had lost her past, and of the young descendants of Elizabeth Bathory living without guarantee of tomorrow, the theme became dazzlingly apparent to me. Live. Live now, in the only moment... Read more of this blog post »
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Allof us have stayed up (too) late at night and watched(too) many infomercials, sopleaseforgive theabovehyperbole. Most of you know—either because you’re existingTrue Liesblog and/orSea of Liesreaders, or are...Read more of this blog post »
"Do it," said Sam. He continued to snoop around the office in search of clues.
Amber answered the phone. I rolled my eyes as I listened to Aunt Hazel in the background trying to lecture my sisters about sex, romanc... Read more of this blog post »
Sorry I forgot to announce it here, but THIS IS THE LAST WEEK TO ENTER! The giveaway ends on Monday and then I'll be sending signed copies of the book to the 5 winner... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The prose is purple, and the author – one hopes – the personification of poetic licence. It’s a story on speed: luxuriating in language as it exaggerates (please let it be a gross exaggeration) its depiction of life in a private school for... Read more of this blog post »
BARNES & NOBLE
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Once you're done with your shiny new first draft, the next thing to do is put it in front of people who can be trusted to tell you if it sucks.
This usually means people who aren't afraid of hurting your feelings. So close friends and family are out. Distant friends,... Read more of this blog post »
Please check out the sequel, Marzio's Revenge!
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