Book 2.5 - Novella - We Could Be Lovers
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One piece of advice I’ve read tim... Read more of this blog post »
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"Mentor Me" is normally $9.99...come take advantage of my last Kindle Free Days...
July 21st and July 22nd only...after that I am leaving the Kindle Select program and my book will be offered in other ebook formats, s... Read more of this blog post »
One of the loveliest sights I beheld in Montana occurred on a below zero evening last autumn. I was walking late in the evening and the only people I saw were a couple on a snowmobile. They sped past me and into a snow covered field where he had built a small igloo. As I watc... Read more of this blog post »
With The Pendragon Protocol now out,I’ve been wondering how topresent material on this site for those who’ve read the book, without giving away too much aboutthe plot for its prospective readers. WordPress doesn’t offer a show/hide function for spoiler text, and the old-school method of presentin...Read more of this blog post »
…if yeez see a bunch of ten guys in a bar discussing any sport yeez choose, chances are there’ll be ten different opinions on whatever the issue at hand… go to a coffee morning clutch with a dozen ladies talking about the previous night’s television soap opera episode… same thing—twelve varying p...Read more of this blog post »
Poets, come out of your closets,
Open your windows, open your doors,
You have been holed-up too long
in your closed worlds.”
-Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Populist Manifesto
Originally posted on Books & Shovels:
“Books & Shovels was not initially a station wagon. It was a f...Read more of this blog post »
I have completed Finding Us, and the kindle edition is being uploaded to amazon.com as I type. Ahh, the joys of multitasking.
The nook, iBooks, kobo, etc versions take a bit longer, but they are coming soon. In addition the print version will be available by the... Read more of this blog post »
From an upcoming interview:
Maria Hunter Welles provides the performance of a lifetime. Her narration of Edward Lorn’s novelette, CRAWL, is the author’s preferred edition. We got a chance to ask him why.
Edward Lorn says: “CRAWL, by itself, is fine and whatnot, but Maria’s performance makes this p...Read more of this blog post »
One book after another, a life is unfolding
A story unread is a pleasure denied
Come to the station, join us for the ride!
My author friends have joined forces with me!We bring you not only stories—but collection of them.Our characters live on from one... Read more of this blog post »
This book has been a long time in the making, so I’m excited to show you the final cover for Coveted. Isn’t it gorgeous? I’m beyond thrilled how it turned out!
Born of myths and legends, guardian wolves protect the world against evil. After centuries without their destined mates, their race is...Read more of this blog post »
It took me several years of playing around on social media to realize that my first love on the Net – blogging – is still my passion. I love blogging!
I miss posting photos and blogging regularly. Writing a novel took me away from that, as I needed time offline to get the novel finished, but time...Read more of this blog post »
Dottie's chapter here
"There was still a thread of light in the sky, like a slender golden ribbon, glowing against the push of dark, dark clouds..."
You know how die hard LKH fans accuse us of being jealous haters? It's not so much jealousy as PURE OUTRAG... Read more of this blog post »
Die letzten Tage und Wochen stehen im Schatten der zwanghaften Produktivität. Das Leben auskosten ist eine Sache, aber inzwischen fühle ich mich ausgebrannt. Leer. Kurz vorm geistigen Zusammenbruch. Alles, was ich mir merken möchte, alle, was ich beachten muss und tun will, sprengt meinen Kopf.... Read more of this blog post »
A breath of fresh air that lingers, can love between two people weather a storm of Sterling's popularity? A rock Estonian God, strikingly handsome with a voice and mind to match. Oh did I mention a rocker. Katherine a beau... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
As with the last book written by Robert Galbraith aka JK Rowling, I found the Silkworm to be a completely engrossing and enjoyable read. It's a shame that Ms Rowling was unable to maintain her anonymity in the writing of... Read more of this blog post »
Alamat Eye Centre:
PROF MUHAYA EYE AND LASIK CENTRE
S 29, GROUND FLOOR
JALAN PASIR EMAS,
43000 KAJANG, SELANGOR
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Whenever the topic of book banning and censorship of children’s and teens’ reading material arises on my Facebook feed, it’s invariably accompanied by streams of commentators – almost all writers, many of them horror writers – who maintain that “I was allowed to read whatever I wanted when I was...Read more of this blog post »
The first book in the series,Take Two: a Hollywood Romance,isthe story of a Gina, a Harley-riding Hollywood director and single mom whose personal life collides with her leading man’s when he is poisoned on set.
Gina’s lady biker friends (Andie, Willow a...Read more of this blog post »
Curiosity is essential to the development of intellect, reason, and creativity. Children often ask “why” as they seek to understand the world, and when their comprehension grows, they begin to ask…What if? What if this versus that happened? What if this person had done that in... Read more of this blog post »
It was like waiting for the end of a trilogy! What happened with the moth?
Did the silence from Nora’s email account signal that the moth did dastardly deeds in the dark of night???
After a nearly sleepless Friday night, I demanded an answer this morning. How could we rest easy otherwise??? And the...Read more of this blog post »
Issue 6 wraps up the storylines from Issue 5 nicely and with a little more action. It's not as good as the first four issues, but this one has positive messages and just enough of Mr. T to keep it interesting.
Rating: 3.25 out of 5.0
Star Trek Gold Key #36:
Star Trek Gold Key... Read more of this blog post »
I really like my little medieval reader, because he’s the living spit of my character Carlito from a co-written story called Tears of Heaven.
Why do we co-write? If our co-writer loses interest we’re left with 95k [or more] worth of story that’s pretty much unusable. All respect to the writers who...Read more of this blog post »
“Practice transforms a skill into an art” ~Siddharth Joshi
In first grade, we were each given an assignment to create a little book (my first written book!). It was called, ALL ABOUT ME, by Wendy Barnette. (My maiden name and yes, I spelled my name with a “y” back then, but that is a story for a...Read more of this blog post »
Rush won the first round of the NA CRUSH TOURNEY. Hooray!
And as promised here is a never before seen Rush POV from Forever Too Far, a Rush POV that has never been seen, and a sneak peek of YOU WERE MINE (Tripp and Bethy’s story coming this December)
This is a Rush POV from Forever Too Far (this sc...Read more of this blog post »
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