I just posted CHAPTER ONE of Decadence, and you can read it here:
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YOU LOVED ME AT MY UGLIEST #3 releasing July 28th!
Special pre-order price of $2.99! (Release price will be $3.99)
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"By myself I can do nothing; I judge only as I hear, and my judgment is just, for I seek not to please myself but him who sent me."
It is hard to judge people we know, and leave our own egos out. If we are jea... Read more of this blog post »
'Wow, that was the record of all records,' Ruvke remarked excitedly on coming back. 'How she jumped down his throat! "Hail a cab, crawl back home!" But I guess the climax is over, and he'll see to appease her.'
'Has he told you anything on your way?'
'He didn't t... Read more of this blog post »
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Kamala Hardwood has a hectic life as the Vice-president of Musical Curves Records, but that doesn't stop her from wanting her own happily ever after, an... Read more of this blog post »
Winter was her favorite season. I asked her why. With a smile she replied she loved the... Read more of this blog post »
CREATORS: Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall
YEARS ACTIVE: 1981-1992
GENRE: Children’s Spy Comedy
In merry old London, England, the world’s greatest secret agent Danger Mouse and his trusty, yet clumsy hamster sidekick Penfold constantly save humanity from... Read more of this blog post »
Eden's Weakness (This Love Book Two) is now live on Amazon! To celebrate Book Two is FREE all weekend.
Jude Everett was everything I ever needed and the one thing I couldn’t keep.
I belonged to another.
As much as I wanted to believe th... Read more of this blog post »
But, when I asked my eight year old granddaughter what I do when I'm not writing, she didn't hesitate with her very sweet reply. Read what she said in my Uncommon YA blog post.
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In Baltimore black kicks his balti.A black bum reaps white batons.Black corpses shine flurescent... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
An investigative team of P.I. members is led by a tough young woman with tunnel vision when rendering services pro bono and administering legal protection. Whether it be court justice or street hoodlums, Charlize (Charlie) Street has a short-fus... Read more of this blog post »
Congratulations to all who we... Read more of this blog post »
Andrew Jackson, enslaved in Kentucky, took off his clothing, tore it in shreds and coated it with blood to make bounty hunters think he had been killed by a bear. Lewis Clark, in Mason County, Kentucky, purchased a, “pair of double-eyed green spectacles” from a local silversmi... Read more of this blog post »
Here's the blurb from Alex and Nate's Story...Enjoy!
Workaholic Nate Erickson is a s... Read more of this blog post »
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How does a woman manage to stay just friends with the man who represents the physical embod... Read more of this blog post »
Bellino il campanello nuovo della bici, bimbo.
Drin, drin, drin!
Risuona per la via.
Drin, drin, drin!
Drin, drin, drin!
E te lo farò ingoiare a breve.
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It’s a literary technique. If you’re a reader, you don’t need to think about it. Just scroll down to the excerpt, and enjoy! If you’re a writer, you need to know this stuff. The amazing author and teacher Rita Gallagher (yep, the namesake of the RITA Award) advised writers to start in the middle,...Read more of this blog post »
When I want to feel closer to Carson and Aisha, I play this playlist, which tells the story of The Porcupine of Truth pretty nicely. The retro feel of this is pretty much in line with Carson and Aisha’s eclectic tastes, and a couple of the songs are actually featured in the novel.
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Friday wants a flamethrower guitar…
How to make LEGO Gummy Candy.
Cats Sleeping in the Most Awkward Positions.
The Happiest Puppies of All Time.
Squirrel with Tiny Umbrella. (Exactly what it sounds like.) Read more of this blog post »
Friday night was party night at the big house. Artie made sure he was offside when PJ picked me up in the dirty white workman’s van. Three athletic young men hunkered down in the back. I didn’t know who they were or what they were, didn’t want to know and didn’t want them... Read more of this blog post »
A synopsis, the poem used in the book, various artworks used in the book, a link to a few chapters that can be read online, a link to its availability all over the world, an interactive map, a few reviews (including media reviews), and much more.
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UPDATED; ADDITIONAL INFO I have not previously covered the 1%er motorcycle clubs (though I have been considering launching a new blog dedicated to that volatile world).
However in the recent Waco, Texas, case, I have some inside informationfrom a knowledgeable sourcethat seems to jibe with rec... Read more of this blog post »
When you think of summer you more than likely think of the beach, and when you think of the beach, if you’re like me, you think of sharks. This summer you will definitely be thinking of one big, badass Great White shark in particular, Jaws, because the original movie is headed back to theaters!
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When I received the email from Penguin suggesting Asking For It by Lilah Pace, I was a bit confused. Sure, I’d read some envelope-pushing authors in the past, but nothing quite like…this. Normally, I’m all about having my boundaries tested. I just wasn’t sure this was one I was willing to test.
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And finally, one of the reason we love booksellers, Yamazaki mentions Beauty Is a Wound (New Directions, Sept.) by Eka Kurniawan. “I know nothing about it. This is why I come to New York!” (from Publisher Weekly)Read more of this blog post »
May has been a flurry of activity, to say the least. (Thankfully, no flurries outside… but touch wood, because in Canada, you never know.) I’m very grateful that I’ve been able to stay organized and on top of things, because otherwise something would have slipped through the cracks. The best part...Read more of this blog post »
Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. Or, in this case, over something vaguely similar to tea. The Yerba Mate came courtesy of my Monstrositea subscription.
The Aureal...Read more of this blog post »
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