I’ll quickly skirt over what I’ve been up to and then I’m going to get all opinionated about UK drug laws. I ran a competition on my Twitter page to give me a break from writing my second novel. The competition was to guess which KRS-One tune I’m going to base a short story on. The answ... Read more of this blog post »
As far as talking with... Read more of this blog post »
Writers have different styles. Some write a certain number of pages every day--Stephen King is one example. Ot... Read more of this blog post »
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My first book, FADING AWAY releases just over a month from now!
So, to celebrate, this Saturday the 7th of March I’m going to reveal Fading Away’s beautiful cover! Yay!
But wait, there’s more… Every day this week, leading up to the cover reveal, I will be posting a little teaser f...
It’s finally time!!!
I am so excited to share my cover for Still IntoYou! The release date for it is April 21, 2015— 50days away! I’m so in love with the cover thatNajla Qamber Designscreated for me! Najla does FANTASTIC work!
The front cover picture is courtesy of Perrywinkle Photography. Her work...Read more of this blog post »
Every author feels the threat of piracy. It exists. We know it could happen, and at some point you have to make a choice about how to feel about it – do you spend every waking minute scouring the web for pirate sites to see if your books are there, or do you just say fuck it and if someone alerts...Read more of this blog post »
An Interview with Alice Simpson
Susan Storer Clark
February 14, 2015
A visual artist describes how her story leapt out of pictures and onto the page.
Alice Simpson’s debut novel, Ballroom , braids together the lives of six people, most of them strangers, who frequent a Manhattan ballroom... Read more of this blog post »
1) To Catch A Spinster was written nearly ten years ago and I never th... Read more of this blog post »
When I was six, I learned how to tell a good story by sitting on the diving board of my grandmother’s pool.
Every night, Gramma would swim laps before bed. Her best friend would come over and as the two of them sliced slowly through the water, I told stories. I was obsessed with a stone owl statue...Read more of this blog post »
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Name: Nicky D White (N.D. White)
Where are you from: Missouri
A little about your self `ie your education Family life etc: I have my Masters degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. I work in Human Resources for a major financial institutio...Read more of this blog post »
If you haven't read All I Want, the second book in the Alabama Summer series, comment below and I will randomly pick a winner to receive an ebook on Wednesday, March 4th.
15 more days... Read more of this blog post »
My final academic year at university has included a module on the history of the body in early modern England. The module was wide-ranging, examining a host of challenging and interesting themes that included death, fashion, pregnancy, anatomy, illness and sexual regulation. Only in the final wee... Read more of this blog post »
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I decided I’d edit this quote too. Just to make it look a little more gruesome… -Reese
- Shakespeare’s Words : A Glossary & Language Companion by David Crystal and Ben CrystalRead more of this blog post »
My latest story. Thank you to No More Potlucks for letting me publish it with you! The world isn’t always pretty, and this story isn’t, either. Not the easiest thing to write. The topis was “Risk,” so I took one.
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Ah. nop. Perdón, eso no era. No tengo novio así que... a menos que uno de mis tantos novios literarios salgan del libro pues nop. No me caso! Perdón, falsa alarma.
Ahora sí, voy a ser seria al respecto. La notic... Read more of this blog post »
Necessary Series Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. The information presented in this series is based entirely on my experience as a creator and curator.
The fourth, and final, criterion of the Fair Use doctrine is typically the make-or-break point for whether or not a new creation will be granted F...Read more of this blog post »
1. 'Bikers don't read, so who is your target audience?'
2. 'I don't think there is that many bikers, and I doubt that they rea... Read more of this blog post »
***God Culture, the first release of the Understanding the Almighty series is now available in your favo... Read more of this blog post »
For the first time ever, this year I was able to enter a book in the RITA® Awards.If you’re unfamiliar with the RITAs, it’s an award that:
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“promote[s] excellence in the romance genre by recognizing outstanding published romance novels and novellas. The award itself is a golden statuette named aft...
Such a huge amount of work. The... Read more of this blog post »
― Charles Stanley
It’s OUT NOW, folks!
Stories from which there are no escape – a dystopian SciFi collection, out now on Amazon! Kindle version 99p/$0.99 only for the first week!
No Way Home��is a collection of 8 Science Fiction stories from new voices in SciFi and SpecFi...Read more of this blog post »
https://amheathblog.wordpress.com/201... Read more of this blog post »
�Strong, dramatic and thought-provoking stories, all with a powerful take-home message.�
— E.E. Giorgi, author of the award-winning bestseller Chimeras
As I said in a previous post, I recently curated an anthology called No Way Home. It wasan exciting and interesting experience, drawing together...Read more of this blog post »
Staying on task is not exactly easy to do, especially for writers. We have, at any given time, several different story lines running through our heads, which include plot points, scenes, character development; oohI'll add that new twistI thought of as I was falling asleep last nightthat will mak... Read more of this blog post »
Look, I am TOTALLY new to the Goodreads community, so I am still just getting-my-feet-wet and getting to know people. But, I'll say it (unabashedly, I might add): I A... Read more of this blog post »
If you're an older person like myself, I'm sure the answer is yes. Although I was only eight years old at the time, I remember it very well. I was in the car with my father when we heard about it on... Read more of this blog post »
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