How well do you think you know my books? Come and join me for 2 hours of fun and trivia about the characters and stories that I have created. Would you know who said or did what? Where I got the inspiration from or what happens next?
If you think you may hav... Read more of this blog post »
This is just to give a huge shout out to the 560 folks who entered the Goodreads give away for The Rebel’s Sketchbook and to congratulate to the person who won it! If you’re reading this; the book is now on its way to you.
There will no doubt be a final give away soon enough so I’ll keep...Read more of this blog post »
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Some of you have been acquainted with my dark side in The Morbid and Sultry Tales of Genevieve Clare.
Hang on to your hats and glasses because I think I just tapped into my "wow, did I just read that? That was totally f*&ed up!" side.
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Focal Length: 35 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
HOUSEMATE: Where are you going?
JJ: No, camera. I’ve embraced Southern-ness, but not that much. Yet.
I don’t know why, but I’ve been bitten by the photography bu...Read more of this blog post »
Haters will hate!Don’t be surprised by the treachery of others. This world is full of insecure people whose confidence is bolstered by demeaning and destroying others.We are warned of this in the word of God that says “For without cause have they hid for me their net in a pit, which without ca...Read more of this blog post »
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Another quick update: I am almost halfway through my second edit (i.e. going through the actual editors notes) and I still plan to have Portals out by mid September.
The Imperfect Princess (you may have forgotten that I have started on that book) is not receiving the atten... Read more of this blog post »
than a gunshot.
the cackle of a jackal pales.
A gunshot is worst
because it’s followed by
screams of sorrow
or painful moans.
If laughter is the music of life
then screams are the horror.
The gun is the new Frankenstein monster.
Who is more evil: the monster
or the... Read more of this blog post »
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They say, ‘opposites attract’.
Some would disagree, but these four women couldn’t be more different if they tried.
These best friends have different lives, different aspirations... Read more of this blog post »
I'm expecting a delivery of paperbacks today and I fear tears will render me from seeing the book!
Wish me luck!
p.s...If by some reason you would like a copy you can reserve one here ~ http://goo.gl/forms/QAAv8jBRWZ
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Три разные повести, единые в сущности своей. Триединая книга. Каин с Авелем; Ковчег Завета; Содом с Гоморрой.
Все три библейские истории-притчи прекрасно обыграны, переосмыслены и перенесены на фон современно... Read more of this blog post »
'Letter from Alabama is a powerful memoir of the author's life, and documents what happened when, as an infant, his mother dies and his father later abandons him...leaving him... Read more of this blog post »
While Wicked stands on its own, I think the reading experience is richer if you've read Wild Reckless.... Read more of this blog post »
NEW BOOK OUT NOW ON KINDLE!
I am very excited to announce that the first book of the "Time Maps" series is now available on Amazon Kindle.
Written with a Mathematician’s precision and a Historian’s curiosity, Time Maps covers over millennia’s worth of developments & impacts of civilizations, m... Read more of this blog post »
It’s me again, Joseph Land.
Woo Hoo! Have I got good news for you.
My new book, JOSEPH’S SURPRISE GIFTS, is finally out, just as Miss Turner had promised. It’s available in paperback along with a free Kindle version, or you can just purchase the Kindle version for $4.99. It’s a win-win... Read more of this blog post »
As I've mentioned before, I was truly amazed to discover that I have fans not only in English speaking parts of the world but also in many other far flung and exotic countries, and I thi... Read more of this blog post »
It took forever and three halves, but I finally got Part 2 done. You have no idea how difficult these sort of transition scenes are for me. Hopefully all the stumbling I did on my end isn’t noticeable within the narrative.
I have the ent...Read more of this blog post »
Saying goodbye to someone
that you have loved
For so long
And so much
is never easy
In fact it is always a
But being used Is not
As being loved
you need to
No matter how
Much In your
mind You try
love you or call
w... Read more of this blog post »
Goodby, Friend (an Ethan, Who Loved Carter short) by Ryan Loveless
Dr. Oliver Sacks has died. Carter had lost count of how many times he’d heard that sentence today. He’d woken up to the news and then kept the radio on NPR al... Read more of this blog post »
Peyton Riley is a hybrid suspense-crime-steamy novella. The whole Takedown series, although In Too Deep falls more on the steamy side, is this same genre.
Expectation setting: it's a departure from my first few books. But I was interested in exploring a different direction, sort of trying to comb... Read more of this blog post »
It's been such a difficult two years to get through, and even now, I'm off in half an hour to begin a shift in my 'real world' job, but I'd like to thank everyone who assisted, cajoled, emailed and threatened me to get the job done.
I hope you enjoy t... Read more of this blog post »
Editor: "So the character is nauseous?"
Writer: *stink eye* " —as she perched like a red sparrow, her feet on the railing—"
Editor: "Color isn't needed—"
Writer: "Her face stared down the hundred floors below."
Editor: "That doesn't mak... Read more of this blog post »
From Sept 2nd until Sept 7th Shattered is only $0.99 and Into Pieces is only $1.99 on all major ebook sites.
So grab your last summer reading before the sale ends:
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JSAuthors. The co-authors come as a package deal with extravagant ribbons laced on top. Their combined enthusiasm is seen as a pink sunrise, uniquely captivating. They share a love for writing, fi...
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August… had its ups and downs. In terms of goals, I accomplished about
a third of them, which is disappointing. Other things were
disappointing, too, but I shall persevere. At least I did manage to post
almost everything I intended to post, including a few things that I
The big big giveaway has come to an end. Five names were drawn at random from comments and subscriptions. The first winner (Lori M.) was contacted and has chosen the manuscript evaluation. So now I need to hear from Irene Knight — in the comments would be fine — about which of the four remaining...Read more of this blog post »
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