GORGON by Greig Beck sees the return of Alex Hunter! And this time, he's facing his deadliest challenge yet.
An ancient evil awakens - More details here...
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Alas no, it... Read more of this blog post »
Literature, in particular, became for Cinema a never-ending source of stories a... Read more of this blog post »
I know, I know. Many, many young children protest the inevitable "bed time" as each... Read more of this blog post »
Malphas as depicted in Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal, 1818.
Malphasis a mighty Great President or Prince ofHell.He builds houses, high towers and strongholds, throws down the buildings of his enemies, destroys their desires,and can quickly bring artificers together from all places of th...Read more of this blog post »
Anyway, today is Lorenzo da Ponte’s birthday, and I really don’t have much to say, except for the following.
People should really appreciate this guy! He had a sort of hard life (he got kicked o...Read more of this blog post »
With my changing body, I'm thinking ahead to about a month from now when I'm going to want to start sewing real garments for myself again. I've been sewing some things of course, but since my body is still in flux, I'm hoarding my favorite projects for when I know my body has stabilized a bit mo... Read more of this blog post »
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PARISEAU, N. De, born in 1753; a celebrated victim of the ‘mistakes’ of the guillotine. Pariseau was director of the opera ballets at Paris, and ardently espoused the cause of the revolution in ‘La Feuille du Jour.’ He was arrested by the Revolutionary Tribunal in 1793, and beheaded by mistake,...
Everyone loves a sale, right?
It just so happens that my publisher has put the ebook of ONE NIGHT IN SCOTLAND (the first book in the Hurst Amulet series!) on sale through the end of March for $1.99! This is available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks!
Click on the links below to pick up your cop...Read more of this blog post »
A bunch of us had some fun over this weekend playing sushi chef. The result?
For those who haven’t seen Jiro Dreams of Sushi, it’s a great documentary about Jiro, a sushi chef who has dedicated his life to his craft. Even if you aren’t interested in sushi, it’s a worthwhile watch and has a lot o...Read more of this blog post »
Back to the reveal.. :D Meradeth's Houston third book in the Sary Society series, SURRENDER THE SKY, has a shiny new cover! I'... Read more of this blog post »
Please welcome Bruce DeSilva to my website for his second visit. As you’ll see below, just like me, Bruce considers his mystery fiction featuring a reporter protagonist “alyrical elegy to the business that I love.”
Q: Tell me about your new book?
A: Providence Rag, the third novel in my Mulliga...Read more of this blog post »
The book tour is here!
I have been looking forward to this for months now. It took forever but it’s finally here.
Anyway, I will post a summary of everything that goes on day by day. Here are the posts for day 1:
Suzy at Suzy Turner shares an excerpt from the novel, featuring Kammy and her rather...Read more of this blog post »
“Look, God is greater than we can understand. His years cannot be counted” (Job 36.26 NLT).
Job and Elihu finally have their face-off before the throne of God. Elihu is young, vigorous and fill...Read more of this blog post »
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In this post, however, I want to share three self-interested reasons to be porn free that are, perhaps, just as valid but rarely discussed.
1. So that you can be hap... Read more of this blog post »
Saints Alive - Lou Schuler
Saints Alive is Lou's first published fiction book, and having it read it already, I highly recommen... Read more of this blog post »
I'm so pleased to welcome Vanessa E. to the blog today. Vanessa writes YA and NA and is sharing some of her querying experiences today.
Querying Do’s and Don'ts
I have spent the last two to three years trying to get an agent even with the changes in the publishing world.
I’m still trying. I keep te...Read more of this blog post »
I mentioned earlier that Everything I Never Told Youwill be part of First Flights, Penguin's debut novel program in partnership with EarlyWord. And that there would be... a video of me.
Well, the video is up now--and if you're interested in writers' workspaces, you can find out why I keep a tiny...Read more of this blog post »
Matkamme Keuruulle näytelmäni ensi-iltaan tosiaan lähti käyntiin varsin takkuisesti, kun kuski perui ja seurauksena myös toinen seurueen jäsenistä perui, mutta perui sitten perumisensa, ja edellisenä päivänä riitti muutakin draamaa. Onneksi itse matka meni ilman mitään mutkia.
Hyppäsin Kangasalt...Read more of this blog post »
The reading at FogCon of (Chapter 6 of Mermaid Steel) was very warmly received. I have received almost no feedback from readers since I started posting the chapters. Feedback really matters, especially since I am writing outside my usual genre. So it was very reassuring to have an audience laugh...Read more of this blog post »
Drop by Facebook and check it out. It's also displayed on my website here:
http://www.ndrichman.com/boulton-seri... Read more of this blog post »
Author: Sarah DarlingtonGenre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Identical twins, Maggie and Clara Ryder, both grew up with Leo Maddox, billionaire playboy, apparent alcoholic, and heir to his grandfather's world-famous Maddox hotel empire. Their roles were cemented long a... Read more of this blog post »
I like it when Bible-based movies come out. It gets people talking about ancient history. (If you ever need someone to spew a bunch of random historical facts at you, ask me. I’m happy to do it.)
Since Son of God is doing quite well in theaters, I’ve decided to offer I, Claudia FREE all week on...Read more of this blog post »
Welcome to the Monday Morsel feature, where I share short extracts from the first draft of my adult epic fantasy/fantasy romance, In the Company of the Dead.
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‘Something bothers you.’ Lyram flashed a surprised look at her. Though she appeared barely twenty, she was observant and astute. ‘A... Read more of this blog post »
Right, well… I’ve been absent and I apologise. Life on the other side of the world is difficult to say the least. It is taking some time to get adjusted and when I have energy it goes into working instead of blogging. Hopefully I’ll be back soon. In the meantime I have been tagged in […]
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photo credit:sfjalarviaphotopinccTwenty-two years ago I began my first student teaching experience. Filled with delusions of a soon-to-be teacher, I thought I knew what a superior teacher’s classroom would look like; how the master teacher would teach and how he’d interact with... Read more of this blog post »
I have wanted to write about the incredible, diverse and delicious world of Mexican tacos for awhile, but it took me some time to gather enough information. A couple of weeks ago Mike and I spent a delightful morning walking around Puerto Vallarta with Yah Yah from Vallarta Eats, who helped me fi...Read more of this blog post »
Firstly, I’d just like to hold my hands up if I’ve ever used this title before. You see, it’s quite hard to come up with a pithy title every time I have a thought. You try it. When you’re making a cup of tea and you suddenly remember to clean the shed out, try and come up with a title which will...Read more of this blog post »
Over the last month, I’ve had some major changes take place in my life. I could bore you to death with the details of my day job (I pimp slap spreadsheets from 8-5) but I will spare you. I recently (the past year or so) had the honor of working with several authors on a few projects and that chap...Read more of this blog post »
Who says you can’t enjoy pizza and exercise? Well, here’s a winner recipe for a favorite, Chicken Fajita Pizza, and some exercise tips while you are cooking. In our last blog installment, I offered a few exercises todo while either prepping or preparing a meal. As the master of multi tasking, I f...Read more of this blog post »
Following hot on the heels of Phoenix Rising, the first Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences novel, The Janus Affair sees our archivists thrust smack dab into the center of another dangerous, covert operation.
Women all over England are demanding the right to vote, but the world does not always welcom...Read more of this blog post »
Her character initially appeared in a short story I wrote, but she wasn’t very “fleshed out” for that—it was just a 10 page short. When I decided to use her for a story, she needed to be much more complex. I wanted to play with issues of identity—of being torn between what you are and what you th...Read more of this blog post »