my friend is a cemetery. his broken fingers are testaments to the boredom of wind. do you write to yourself in prison? your kid cannot scribble. he tries and it makes him fierce. I make heads or tails of him no matter. your mother came to me in a bowling ball. whispered about the dryer o... Read more of this blog post »
I'm so excited, flabbergasted, and proud to announce that for the first time ever I sold 10,000 books in a year!!! Sales of just the Dwellers and Country Sagas alone have climbed to well over 10,000 books, with most of the sales coming in 2013!
What. A. Year!
And who do I have to thank? Oh... Read more of this blog post »
I don’t work remotely because I’m not away from anything where I’m supposed to be.
My flight to Hamburg was canceled two times, and thus I’m spending a day at Vienna airport reading articles, answering emails, sending invoices, and writing a blog post. And I started reading the book Why Managing S...Read more of this blog post »
There are also two spots left on the Exclusive Content Tour. If you are interested, please email my assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Exclusive Content Tour' in the subjec... Read more of this blog post »
Forgive me if this is a bit “stream of consciousness.” I’m writing this on my phone when I should be sleeping. (NOTE: Yes, I’m typing this on the computer the next day, so really I should edit it, but…)
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about writing, and blogging, and what it’s all for. I saw a gre...Read more of this blog post »
But...I was in Cape May, sitting on the beach when these darn seagulls kept flying over to us, trying to steal food...or something. We didn't always have food with u... Read more of this blog post »
A low snarl escaped Cade as he took a step... Read more of this blog post »
Happy Friday, guys! Since Thanksgiving I’ve felt like I’ve been in a bit of a time warp (“Wait, is it Tuesday? Saturday? Wednesday?”) Fortunately, it is in fact Friday and time for book reviews in fifteen words or under.
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“I'm very polite by nature, even the voices in my head let each other finish their sentences.” – from Completely Flappable
As you may know, I hold an event each year during which I give away free books and raffle off some prizes. This year I thought it would be fun to donate the proceeds as wel... Read more of this blog post »
First, I did a free promotion of The Art of Life, my essays and columns book, over Philcon weekend. This involved distributing rack cards at Philcon, sharing t... Read more of this blog post »
And only 99 cents!
The Duke's Match Girl - A Christmas Fiery Tale Novella is the perfect way to heat up a winter night. ;)Don't miss this steamy, yet... Read more of this blog post »
And what a delicious little obstacle she was. All anger and justification; he would enjoy breaking through her stony exterior. He’d get that property one way or another, he always won…she would learn that quickly. She was no match for him... Read more of this blog post »
If you have not been attending Ana’s Advent Calendar Event for the month of December, then not only are you missing out on over a thousand dollars worth of prizes (with prizes awarded each and every day), but you’re also missing out on a lot of fun!
Today’s topic: St. Knickerless Day! Come and pla...Read more of this blog post »
WITCHFALL: the US edition with Harlequin Teen, pub. March 2014
Available for pre-orders
In Tudor England, 1555, Meg Lytton has learned how powerful her magick
gift can be. But danger surounds her and her mistress, the outcast
Princess Elizabeth. Nowhere is safe in the court of Elizabeth's
fanatica... Read more of this blog post »
I saw you answer a question about whether or not alex is considered an adept or a mage and i was curious about spells. Most wizards find a mentor and copy their spells but it seems alex mostly had to learn on his own so i was curious if he is still in the process o...
I am very excited to welcome the fabulous Anya Richards for the very first guest blog on my site. She stopped by to celebrate the release of her latest book Jaguar in the Sun and talk a little bit about conflict. Let me just say that if you’re looking for a sexy story with a twist Anya is your gi...Read more of this blog post »
I haven't done any movie reviews in a very long time. Today, I thought I would change that by reviewing the new Sound of Music.
When my mom told me about this, I rolled my eyes and said: "Right, like anyone could replace Julie Andrews." I wasn't even going to watch it. However, when I heard the fi... Read more of this blog post »
Happy Anniversary to me! Yep! It’s been 2 years since An Alpha’s Path came out and wow, just wow. Things have surely changed since I first started, haven’t they? I’m so excited about the upcoming year and my 12 (gulp!) releases! Because of that and because I love my readers so much for getting me...Read more of this blog post »
Working towards the aug...
At long last, those fingers touched Flencik’s cocks. Rajhir drew them softly over the rigid flesh, from base to tip. He then carefully licked the Imdiko’s lubrication from each fingertip with apparent enjoyment. Then he granted him contact once more, swirling over Flencik’s moist cocks, drawing... Read more of this blog post »
So I was purchasing from Victoria’s Secret last night. You know, I had all those coupons and couldn’t help myself. I love purchasing sexy things for myself includes, nights, thigh highs, corsets, teddies and sexy dresses. They just suit my body shape. They always have sexy things for the holidays...Read more of this blog post »
Francesca @... Read more of this blog post »
In honor of the festival, we thought we'd share a video of Richard Grossman's Pop-Up Torah. The Pop-Up Torah was conceived as the longest lasting literary and art work in history. The video is time-lapsed p... Read more of this blog post »
Conversation with Victor at a flea market:
me: Ooh, look. A severed snake head inside a glass egg.
Victor: I think that’s a crystal ball. It says your future is all full of rattlesnakes.
me: Huh. What’s yours full of?
Victor: Also rattlesnakes.
me: Aw. At least we have each other
Victor: Yes. Us and a...Read more of this blog post »
Discipleship can be tricky business. You don’t always know what’s going to work with an individual, a small group or the larger congregation. Sometimes we think the solution to discipleship is giving people more books they won’t read. Sometimes we think it’s talking only about how we apply the tr...Read more of this blog post »
For everyone who has heard the voices, some of them are real. For everyone who has seen... Read more of this blog post »
I completed it in five days, finally getting the word count below the preferred limit of 80,000. It now stands at 79,100.
Six weeks certainly gives an author so... Read more of this blog post »
A bishop in warmer lands, uncounted lifetimes ago. Now blessed (or cursed?) with something like immortality he wanders the Frozen North doing small kindnesses, leaving small gifts, vanquishing terrible things.
And all...Read more of this blog post »
James Goertel, Yareah Magazine, 12/06/13 Read more of this blog post »
If you love vampire novels, and haven't signed up for their daily email featuring free and discounted vampire novels, you're really missing out. Sign up here. Read more of this blog post »
Often the most powerful and moving stories are generated by writers who return time and again to a particular idea, theme, or image. Obsession in a writer's imagination can lead to accomplishment or to self-destruction. Con... Read more of this blog post »
The winners from last weeks contest are Karen Candido and Valeri Davila
Congrats. Can you please email me at email@example.com and let me know what file format you... Read more of this blog post »