It was beginning to drive me a little nuts trying to keep track of all my books.
Over the next few days, I will be recategorizing my s... Read more of this blog post »
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I’m fascinated by dreams. Good dreams that you wake up from with a smile on your face. Bad dreams that leave yo... Read more of this blog post »
Amazon has several of my paperback novels on sale. No, I have no idea why. Perhaps it is my incessant clicking or maybe Junior asked nicely. Perhaps it’s the phase of the moon or a special for summer reading books?
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Thing the First: The very first blog review of The Night Itself! From the delightful Laura at Sister Spooky. This review contains a line I absolutely adore, because it perfectly sums up the book:
Mio is trans...Read more of this blog post »
For various reasons I didn’t get much writing done in the early part of the week, but fortunately things improved and Merry Gentlemen (formerly known as Life of Riley) now stands at just under 26k. That’s a novella already, although I still have a few scenes left to write. All the...Read more of this blog post »
Originally posted by shashi_do at Конкурс хокку о литературе и чтении! С 20 мая по 10 июня, совместно с издательством "ЭКСМО".В... Read more of this blog post »
Amid a cacophony of cranking sprockets and cogs, in chuffs of steam and soot, comes the expansion of classic literature into alternative Steampunk masterpieces. Follow nine skilled authors as they lead old friends and new acquaintances through Jamaica, Singapore, Cape Town, Denmark, Paris, Lond...Read more of this blog post »
The old diary I found recently had just a few boring pages at the start and from then on I only wrote in it when we had holidays. I’m posting this here for posterity (mine)!
This place is gorgeous! I’m sitting on the balcony and there are lovely Italianate houses, a small marina and...Read more of this blog post »
Every time. I write a new character, and I fall in love with him. This week, of course, I’m talking about Aden. He’s difficult and dark, but oh so sensuous. And deep in his black heart is a core of strength and honor. ::sigh::
Yes, I’ve done a lot of writing this week, a lot of quality time with A...Read more of this blog post »
Last weekend, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America got together in San Jose for the annual Nebula awards. I wasn’t on the ballot, but it was a most productive weekend. Friday Audible.com invited several of their authors to breakfast. I found out they intend to have First Casualty, P...Read more of this blog post »
I played Aphex Twin to my 6-yr-old & asked him to draw how it made him feel.Read more of this blog post »
We love pictures of Arlen, and this one is no exception. Fresh from a night of hunting corelings, Arlen bares it all.
And as if that was...Read more of this blog post »
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The good folk at Bad Moon Books have announced preorder information for my collection THEATER MACABRE, scheduled for release in July. Previously only available as a digital title, Bad Moon will be releasing the collection in two states: a signed limited edition hardcover ($30.00) and a trade pa...Read more of this blog post »
For all I’ve been blessed with in my life,
there was an emptiness in me.
I was imprisoned by the power of gold.
With one kind touch you set me free.
For every mountain I have climbed,
I climbed for you;
Every raging river crossed.
You were the treasure that I longed to find.
Without your love I would be...
Great job last week on finding the excerpt! I accepted all answers from hardback, paperback, and electronic formats. No prize this week but I do have some questions for you!
As I am starting to pack for my vacation later this week I was gathering my GG books to take. I am rereading th...Read more of this blog post »
--ALWAYS WATCHING, Chapter nineteen
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Until now, no book on personal finance has systematically and completely shown the average or ordinary individual how to get rich quickly without risks. No book has been written by one of us and from our perspective. Washington or New York mass media elite do not unders...Read more of this blog post »
Is everyone looking forward to a wet and/or wild summer? It’s not even close to summer here in the Pacific Northwest (think July) but that doesn’t me...Read more of this blog post »
Rocky Mountain Rebel
Six Pack Ranch, Book 5
The best type of growing up involves getting down and dirty
Vicki Hansol made different choices than her less-than-reputable mom and sister, yet her fiery temper has left her branded with the same town-bad-girl label. When she desperately needs a change...Read more of this blog post »
It’s difficult to come back down to earth after a weekend of non-stop celebration, but that’s what it felt like after this weekend’s Franschhoek Literary Festival. It was a whirlwind of friends, wine, good food and happy memories.
Warning. This blog is going to be very similar to Cat Hellisen’s b...Read more of this blog post »
Coaxial, yes I am naming and shaming because she freely leaves her name and has proven that she is relentless in her pursuit of me.
#OneVoice Fifty Shades Of A... Read more of this blog post »
Yet another serious escalation of the Obama administration's attacks on press freedoms emerges
(updated below - Update II - Update III)
It is now well known that the Obama justice department has prosecuted more government leakers under the 1917 Espionage Act than all prior administrations combined...Read more of this blog post »
Very, very seriously.
No, I’m serious. Don’t even joke about it. I’m not even kidding.
I’m being serious here.
Actually, no I’m not. Just kidding!
See? That right there is the perfect example of why I’m terrible at prank calls. I can’t keep it going. My s...Read more of this blog post »
I love dividing the world into categories. Abstainers and moderators. Radiators and drains. Leopards and alchemists. Marathoners and sprinters (formerly known as “tortoises and hares”–I like this terminology better, how about you?)
I’ve come up with a new distinction, but I’m still turning it over...Read more of this blog post »
Yes, it’s totally not fair that New York is getting its third meet-up while Cincinnatihasn’t had its first. I agree. This one isn’t my fault, though. I’m going to be in NY for BEA next week, and a handful of bestselling authors have invited me to sign books with them at the W Hotel in Times Squa...Read more of this blog post »