You've never spoken at a conference, published a book, or been quoted in a news story.
And, look, over there: a bunch of intelligent people you admire deeply are discussing something you're interested in. People you've seen at conferences. People who wrote the books you re... Read more of this blog post »
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This morning a guy commented on it by sa... Read more of this blog post »
Hi, I’m JL Merrow, and I’m tickled pink to be visiting my good friend Jo Myles today as part of the Caught! blog tour.
Giveaway: I’m offering a free signed paperback copy of my Icelandic-set romantic suspense novel Fall Hard (I’m happy to ship internationally) to a randoml...Read more of this blog post »
Much like the Bob Dylan world tour that began inJuly of 1988 and has continuedever since, myplanned summer-long Reverse Blog Tour tosupport the release of World of Trouble is threatening to become a Never Ending Tour, unanchored from any specificpurpose or unifying principal, much like the whole...Read more of this blog post »
Q. Was the release date for BURNED really moved?
A. Yes. The release date for BURNED has been moved to April 2014. (This later got moved to January 2015, sorry guys, deaths and serious i... Read more of this blog post »
quase a chegar às bancas, assino um pequeno ensaio histórico sobre o
fenómeno da contracultura satânica e feiticeira ocidental, partindo do
imaginário lírico e musical da banda de capa, os Electric Wizard
- grupo que, para esta edição, deu uma excelente ent... Read more of this blog post »
André Diethelm, Jean de Lattre de Tassigny, Emmanuel d’Astier de La Vigerie, and General Monsabert reviewing troops, Marseille, France, 29-31 Aug 1944
70 Years Ago—Aug. 28, 1944: Crucial southern French ports of Marseille and Toulon formally surrender to Free French troops. British Board of Trade...Read more of this blog post »
Carol, who has done some incredible contest art and cosplay in the past, enters the Skull Throne Cover Contest with this entry:
Hi, I’ve designed a very simple black & white cover using a repeated skull picture. I tried using the computer to put it together but in the end it was easier to cu...Read more of this blog post »
I have 20 copies of Mansfield Ranch in printed book format for sale.
Send payment to paypal using authorjennijames(a)gmail(dot)com
USA: $16 (includes shipping)
WORLD: $24 (includes shipping)
In the comments section of paypal make sure you give me your address and who to sign the... Read more of this blog post »
365 Days of Reflection Towards God’s Love and Acceptance
~June 4, 2014-June 3, 2015~
Day 86-Homestead, Pennsylvania: Getting Through the Eye of a Needle
Being able to crossover from this world to the next is a complex puzzle that is defined through the love of our Lord and Savio... Read more of this blog post »
So I’ve been traveling a lot lately.
(Witness the excellent Adem cosplay that happened in London.)
While that means I get to meet a lot of you in person, sign books, and make all manner of amusing tweets about my first time riding first class. It’s not exactly conducive to writing blog posts.
(A...Read more of this blog post »
Well, President Obama’s disregard for biblical authority was made clear once again. The Baptist Press reported last monththat President Obama signed an executive order that could threaten religious freedom:
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President Obama has used his authority to extend workplace protections among federal contr...
Speaking of superb novels, let me recommend two others that will be appearing not too long after you receive this issue. In September, Knopf will publish Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, which imagines the aftermath of a global pand... Read more of this blog post »
But this is about to change. The market is turning rapidly, as news reports mak... Read more of this blog post »
Heading to Atlanta tomorrow for my first-ever Dragon*Con. Anyone else going? Any Atlanta natives out there?
A few readers have emailed abouta possible Meet-Up, so it’s now officially on.The Meet-Up will be Saturday at noon.The venue isSweet Georgia’s Juke Joint:200 Peachtree Street, Suite #L05Atla...Read more of this blog post »
Remember those personalized pre-orders you’ve been making at Nicola’s Books? Well . . . the first of the books have been printed and boxed, and because I have this arrangement with Nicola’s, some have been shipped to my local store so I can sign them before I leave to go on tour. The goal is to h...Read more of this blog post »
Mom's been gone for over a month now. For a while it's felt like she's still at the memory care facility and I need to go see about her. But that's not so. She doesn't need anybody to... Read more of this blog post »
Finn never dreamed he’d have a mate of his own, especially not one found at the Kennel Klub, where spankings are optional and encouraged. This young werewolf is a fish out of water suddenly thrown in the deep end.
Cort is immediately drawn to Finn but it is clear they’re very different men. A chan... Read more of this blog post »
Вышла в свет новая книга Г. Л. Олди "Шерлок Холмс против марсиан".
На сайте издательства: http://azbooka.ru/book/22166.shtml
В ТДК "Москва": http://www.moscowbooks.ru/book.asp?id...
А там, глядишь, и другие магазины подтянутся.
В добрый путь! Read more of this blog post »
Author: Dr. Asa Don Brown
Author for the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association, CCPA
CCPA Column: Relationships, Marriage, and the Family
A complete list of Dr. Brown’s articles can be found @ http://w... Read more of this blog post »
Roy... Read more of this blog post »
It took McClatchy 21 paragraphs to illustrate why it was such a big conflict of interest for Director of National Intelligence General Counsel to lead negotiations over how much of the torture report would be declassified, as he currently is doing.
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According to reports in The Washington Post, Lit...
Teacup Flower Display in Nottingham
I'm so sorry to have been so long away from this blog. I took the grand and fateful step of Traveling Without My Computer. Which basically meant I couldn't do any blog posts and had to r... Read more of this blog post »
saturday, September 20, 2014 at 7.15 PM.Bloody Scotland Festival -Albert Halls, Dumbarton Road, Stirling.In conversation with Ian Rankin.http://www.bloodyscotland.com/2014-events/kathy-reichs-chaired-by-ian-rankin/Read more of this blog post »
If you explore our genealogy back beyond about 370 million years ago, it gets fishy. Our ancestors back then were aquatic vertebrates that breathed through gills and swam with fins. Over the next twenty million years or so, our fishy ancestors were transformed into land-walking animals known as t...Read more of this blog post »
The L. M. Roth Quiz of the Day is a quiz for those familiar with the books of L. M. Roth. If you are not familiar with the books of L. M. Roth, you’d better start cramming!
The answer to yesterday's quiz: a precious pearl was NOT one of the objects that Ma... Read more of this blog post »
So I went on a Diablo III jag last night, and ended up finding a rainbow goblin, which let me into Whimsyshire. I ended up shooting chubby unicorns, bouncing teddy bears, happy little flowers, all into bloody piles of meat.
It was incredibly satisfying.
The rest of the game is okay. I’m still lear...Read more of this blog post »
It’s going to take me a little while to recreate my habits talk in this space. I wrote down thesequence of pointsI wanted to address and examples I wanted to use, but I wound up not using my notes at all, except to read a couple of Charlotte Mason quotes. But I recall pretty well what I said, and...Read more of this blog post »
LETTING IT GO
Starting tomorrow at noon, it’s going to be on this blog … one chapter at a time.
It’s not a serial. It’s a cattle prod up my ass.
So here’s the deal with FROZEN: I’ve been trying to write it for almost two years now (not constantly, because there were other thingslike Guardian Demon a...Read more of this blog post »
I shot this last year during my trip through the South Island of New Zealand. Wish I could have a cabin on the banks! So stunning there. Read more of this blog post »
Still, well into adulthood, I find myself just wanting to fit in. It’s not in the same way as it was in high school of course. I’m not hoping to be invited to the right party or pretending to smoke a cigarette or claiming my drink in my plastic cup isn’t water.
This was how I “fit in” as a teen....Read more of this blog post »
My latest Guardian column, Adapting gadgets to our needs is the secret pivot on which technology turns, explains the hidden economics of stuff, and how different rules can trap you in your own past, or give you a better future.
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Depending on your view, the stuff you own is either a boon to busines...
This was one of the hardest things to figure out when logging the stories with the publishers. The only ones I could safely rule out were fantasy, sci fi and historical fiction, as the stories are firmly rooted on Planet Earth in the mid-2010s.
Are they mysteries? While Hercule Po... Read more of this blog post »
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