Matt is a bit of an alpha male and he's not shy with the ladies. While on vacation at a tropical island resort with his friends, Matt puts his many charms to work hooking up with hot chicks day and night, and there are plenty of them about. He scores his first within a few hours of arriving. Adu... Read more of this blog post »
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It's Monday again. To start the week off right I have a book excerpt for you. Don't worry. It's not inspirational or campy or a bunch of crap.
Before I show the excerpt, however, I'd like to give some context. A few days ago I received an e-mail from an author in response to a post I wr... Read more of this blog post »
Okay, so last week when I was breakfasting with my friends, I got this phone call from my friend, telling me to call my professor in campus. So the next day, I did.
Turned out, he offered me a scholarship for a year in Japan.
You know how rare it is to get a scho... Read more of this blog post »
We went to San Francisco this weekend so Mate could run the half-marathon. It was, for us, the equivalent of all the missed date-nights of the last tw... Read more of this blog post »
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With the help of some really amazing blogs, I’m revealing the cover for Tempted by a Rogue Prince today around the world!
Without further ado… here’s your eye-candy for this paranormal romance novel!
Tempted by a Rogue Prince (Eternal Mates Romance Series Book 3)
An elf prince on t...
The first came for Cryselle at Cryselle's Bookshelf. Here's some of what she had to say:
"I read this in its first incarnation and loved it then, but in its new form we get about...Read more of this blog post »
Almost to 200,000 reads on wattpad.com for THE FRUIT OF THE FALLEN! Why is this significant? 200K is the threshold for the bright red number indicator. In short, the change in color will mean my book is HOT!
What a journey it has been since first hearing about wattpad at a publishing seminar I att...Read more of this blog post »
Anyone who follows me on social media can probably deduce that comedy novelist Kage Alan is one of my best friends. So, when I decided to set a book outside Chicago and its suburbs (where my last several had taken place), he and I started talking about Detroit. To follow the plot line, it needed...Read more of this blog post »
Before The Daylight War was released, we ran a Create Your Own Cover contest. Fans created some seriously stunning covers.
Well, with the new Skull Throne cover, art by Larry Rostant, about to be released, it’s time to predict the future and design your own Skull Throne cover!
D... Read more of this blog post »
So, my newly-reissued book, Bashed , is all about a tragic hate crime and its aftermath. The book revolves around an atrocity that happens all too frequently for the gay community (Google some statistics and you’ll be app... Read more of this blog post »
Hi guys! This is Tammy’s assistant, Jae.
Just a heads up for those who have been asking: there are unfortunately no videos available of her Confluence panels, as permissions to film them and technology to do it were not on our priority list in the lead-in to the con.
Moreover, given her current s...Read more of this blog post »
I've been debating for awhile about whether to write about this topic. It seems a bit...pretentious to write about my journey. OTOH, a lot people have expressed an interest, so I figured I'd go ahead and put it out there.
I quit my corporate job in 2004 to write. The job paid well, and it was int...Read more of this blog post »
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What to do when you want a complete soundtrack for a book that’s Fractured?
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Undoubtedly, Mr Ben Brantley, the New York Times theatre critic, is a brilliant, witty, sophisticated and seasoned fellow, and the citizens of New York are lucky to have someone of his calibre to brief them on what's happening in the theatre world. However, the man is far too powerful. In fact he...Read more of this blog post »
Look what I just got my hands on for the first time, some seven years or so after publica... Read more of this blog post »
We’ve been reporting on some very large crowds at the Creation Museum this summer. On some days, we’re even exceeding the attendance on the same days seven years ago when we first opened. On one Saturday this month, we had 3,000 guests!
Recently, museum guests were able to hear Dr. Raymond Damadia...Read more of this blog post »
Here’s a laugh to start your Monday off right. If you’ve never heard of this one before, it’s “Wet Dream” by Kip Addotta. (Yes, it’s work-safe and relatively kid-friendly.) But prepare for the evil earwig. LOL (Click here if the video doesn’t show up in your email.) Google Dr. Demento for even mo...Read more of this blog post »
So here’s the torture I’m faced with anytime I have to figure out what to call a recipe: Basically, what these are are mini flat blueberry pies. But when I typed “Mini Flat Blueberry Pies” I didn’t really think it rolled off the tongue. So then I typed “Mini Blueberry Pies” and I thought that was...Read more of this blog post »
There was a knock at my door. A young man affectionately known as the ‘The Emu from CMU’ (Carnegie-Mellon University) stood at my door. I invited him in and told him I wanted to see him about the young people’s group. He told me a little bit of his drinking history, which starte... Read more of this blog post »
. . . when you realize you forgot to post a follow-up link to an amazing broadcast. In case you couldn’t tune in last Monday night, here’s what you missed:
Side note: I watched “Jug Face” this weekend per Eryk’s enthusiastic recommendation. It’s a bizarre film, but I enjoyed it. Check it out on Ne...Read more of this blog post »
Recently God taught me a very important lesson. You see, I'm generally a very nervous person. Anxiety runs in my family. Several family member have been or are now currently on anti-an... Read more of this blog post »
I was flipping channels yesterday and came across somebody – I think she was a life coach – giving advice to a thirty-something guy who said his dream was to become a writer. He had apparently given up (at least temporarily) when he didn’t make it into grad school in the creative writing program...Read more of this blog post »
This is the worst the ME has been in years . . . possibly since I first started struggling up off the sofa again occasionally, about eighteen months after I went down with it for the first, spectacular, devastating time fourteen and a half years ago.*
And the furniture lorry arrives at 8 a.m. on F...Read more of this blog post »
Well, it’s been a truly glorious ride so far. Bound came out on July 1st and we’ve been pimping it all over the place. The Sydney launch at Kinokuniya was fantastic, we’ve been to Adelaide and Brisbane, also excellent. I’ve been up and down the south coast of NSW visiting stores. For now, the Bou...Read more of this blog post »
It's TO WIN HER FAVOR, the second standalone novel in theBelle Meade Plantationseries which releases April 2015. Thanks, friends, for reading and for always asking about what I'm writing next.Appreciate you! What do you think about the cover?
ABOUT To... Read more of this blog post »
If you’ve been hanging around the new website or my Official Author Facebook Page, A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Me Inc., you may have noticed that I’ve been making a big push to get you to sign up for my mailing list.
Then again, maybe you didn’t, because it’s entirely possible you’re not on the l...Read more of this blog post »
This has been a wonderful month but also a sad month as we had to say goodbye to Sadie, our beloved Golden Retriever.
To get a sense of the complexity of emotions involved, picture The Fault In Our Stars with me in the role of Hazel and Sadie in the role of Gus. Or as Sadie would say, "My thoughts...Read more of this blog post »
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