Well, I didn’t finish the story as I planned. And last night, I decided to scrap what I had and start over. Today’s snippetis from the original story, and I might use it, but, hey, will see.
The prompter requested a light & fluffy BDSM story between thirtysomething years old andmy characters...Read more of this blog post »
It’s time for Weekend Writing Warriors! Every Sunday, a bunch of writers post 8-10-sentence snippets from their WIPs on their blogs. There’s a lot of reading, commenting and great writing. Click on the link to see the full list.
From Hammer of the Gods: Some time has passed since last week’s snipp...Read more of this blog post »
I’m currently going through some MAJOR fangirl problems…. For the past seven years I’ve been a seriously dedicated fangirl to a certain celebrity. I was there from the start of his career, through his world tours, when he went to jail, when he went on break, all the...Read more of this blog post »
Last month in El Salvador police officials arrested 77 suspects for their alleged roles in managing the business holdings of transnational criminal organization MS-13, and among those was Marvin Ramos Quintanilla whom prosecutors allege "used his pastoral credentials to access prisons so he could...Read more of this blog post »
Aside from the local tourist population in Greece, Serifos is a little known Greek island amongst the international tourist crowd. At roughly 29 square miles and a year round population of not even 1,500 people, this Cycladic island nestles south of the island of Kythnos and northwest of Sifnos....Read more of this blog post »
Lesbian Mystery / Thriller
Series: The Law Game
Paperback: 284 pages
Publisher: Ylva Verlag e.Kfr.; 1 edition (August 13, 2016)
Amazon: Requiem for Immortals (The Law Game #1) by Lee Winter... Read more of this blog post »
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“U heeft toch niet echt gedacht dat het aan u lag?“.
“Natuurlijk heb ik dat gedacht. U wilt niet weten wat ik allemaal heb gedacht“.
De kinderarts keek me aan met een mooi afgemixte mengeling van begrip en compassie.
“Wat jammer dat u dat heeft moeten denken.”
En ik weet het best. Sinds Flo er is wee...Read more of this blog post »
I’m filling in for J.B. today, while she puts her feet up and recuperates from her big release launch. She says it went really well, by the way, and wants me to thank you all for your support downloading, reviewing and retwittering to beat the band.
Now, I don’t kn...Read more of this blog post »
Seize the Night, edited by Christopher Golden
Urban Allies, edited by Joseph Nacisse
Betrayals, Kelley Armstrong
Fire Touched, Patricia Briggs
A Man of Some Repute, Elizabeth Edmondson
I wish I’d written about Seize the Night a lot earlier, because I’m really tickled that my story, “...Read more of this blog post »
Grattis kulturen i Småland! För cirka två och ett halvt år sedan skapades Facebook-gruppen Kultur i Småland, på Facebook ”KulturiSmåland”. I dagarna var vi mer än tusen medlemmar i gruppen. Inte anade vi, Maria Estling Vannestål och jag som är gruppens administratörer, att behovet av en Facebook...Read more of this blog post »
A Moment to Cherish
A Whistle Stop Romance, book 1
by Jennifer Faye
Release Date: August 1, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
NOTE: each book in the series can be read as a standalone. Each couple has their own HEA.
Whistle Stop is abuzz...the mayoral election is just weeks away.
Olen nyt yrittänyt lukea suomalaisia nuortenkirjoja, koska olen kirjoittamassa itse sellaista. Joku suositteli Marja-Leena Tiaisen tuoretta romaania Viestejä Koomasta.
Huonoon seuraan ajautunut 15-vuotias Silva hyppää pahiskaverinsa Jeminan yllyttämänä sillalta jokeen ja loukkaa päänsä. Koomassa,...Read more of this blog post »
No puedo quejarme demasiado tras haber estado tanto tiempo en la... Read more of this blog post »
Here is my third report for my twelve weeks challenge:
1. I made it to 13,625 words to date. I did not make my goal to 15,000 words but I was doing two newslettersthat have to go out early next week so I was still writing. I’ll catch up as soon as these newsletters are out of my way.
2. My book to...Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been insisting on the non-autobiographical nature of my novel for ages, but now I think I might actually be turning into my character. It’s okay though, she’s pretty cool. Yesterday I bought a second-hand Epiphone Les Paul Standard in sparkly blue and cream and although Paige in Lonesome Whe...Read more of this blog post »
Hola, come out and meet me todayat the inaugural Chattanooga Readers and Writers Fair! I will be set up on 11th Street, in front of City Hall. Times are from 10 a.m., until 3 p.m. The fair is outside and will go on rain or shine so cross your fingers for great weather!
I’ll have Mistaken Identity...Read more of this blog post »
Today’s task: finding an artist for the gay erotic graphic novel script inspired by this poster…
Need a book with humor for the last days of summer?
My Very Best Friend: Two best friends, one is missing. A Scottish village. A man in a kilt. Lingerie Bike Riding At Midnight. One small bar fight. Truth.
What I Remember Most: Her name is Grenadine Scotch Wild. Collage Artist. Painter. Former fost...Read more of this blog post »
During the week, the book trailer for Once Confronted was completed. Here it is, in case you missed it:
Making trailers for books is still a relatively new thing and I don’t think a lot of authors do them. So far, all my books have had trailers, with The Heir having two, bringing the total of the...Read more of this blog post »
We are fortunate to introduce Christopher Berg on the blog today, who is a writer and an expert in History! We invite you to read on to find more about his exciting background and work.
Christopher, can you tell us a little about you?
I’m from the United States and my educational background incl... Read more of this blog post »
Come promesso ecco qui in anteprima la cover del primo libro delleSPACE ADVENTURES,in uscita a OTTOBRE2016.
Un bello 01 chiarisce che è una serie e, se storcete il naso di fronte alle serie, pensate che in questa ogni libro è una storia a sé, anche se ha gli stessi protagonisti.
Per...Read more of this blog post »
Walt Starboard is a settler on the planet Idyll. H... Read more of this blog post »
The previous Sassy Saturday post can be read here: Spider in the Brush
The context for this... Read more of this blog post »
A month or so ago, I came across a piece in one of the national UK newspapers, The Daily Telegraph, detailing the ‘twenty greatest spy novels of all time’.
The books dated from Rudyard Kipling’s KIM from 1901 and Eskine Childers’ RIDDLE OF THE SANDS (1903) up to SLOW HORSES by Mick Herro... Read more of this blog post »
Daniel Elliott dies in a single-car accident one rainy English night. His wife, Grace, is grief stricken. Although their marriage was imperfect, sheltered Grace doesn’t relish the future alone.
She soon learns how little she knew about Daniel. There are secrets: an alias, a...Read more of this blog post »
Here’s a snippet:
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He inched her already-short skirt up to her waist and smacked her ass.
“Oh!” She flinched.
“Hold still,” he barked, then...
After I received the email, I walked outside in the pulsing dark. I went halfway down the driveway and lay on the asphalt. I could feel the warmth, from the day’s relentless sun, radiating against my back. The night sky was cluttered with stars. A satellite winked in the unfathomable distance...Read more of this blog post »
The seventh Biohacking Box from Quarterly (#BIO07) just dropped, and you’re going to want to read about the leading-edge biohacking items we included this time. The #BIO07 box is all about cultivating a better environment whether that’s at home or on the road. That means you’ll be more resilient...Read more of this blog post »
Last summer, I met an old graduate school friend after several years. We chatted and exchanged notes about the intervening years and all the issues that had consumed us in that interim: finding an academic position, the dreaded tenure and promotion process, writing, and of course, bringing up chi...Read more of this blog post »
Good morning! We’ve not done a Video Sunday here on Fuse8 in a while, so let’s start with the ritualized boiling of the blood. Which is to say, can picture books be written in an hour? No. But Slate decided to go on and and prove as much. The results:
More interesting, in a way, is the accomp...Read more of this blog post »
A sermon preached at All Saints, San Francisco, on August 28, 2016, by Christopher L. Webber.
Let’s think about food.
The Gospel this morning is only one of many that gets us thinking about food. In fact, it’s a major theme of the Bible: there from beginning to end.
The Bible story begins with foo...Read more of this blog post »
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