Ma si tratta di uno scritto incolonnato dall'alto al basso.
Un solco tracciato dall'aratro in un campo.
E i tuoi occhi, e le tue mani, non conoscono la fatica del contadino.
E dunque, pensi di esserne davvero capace?
In their relentless drive to eradicate the infestation of humans from the Big Blue Marble, they stick their (grubby, brown-tinted) noses into our private lives, including our bathrooms. More specifically, they slithered in bet... Read more of this blog post »
FROM THE ASHES IS LIVE AND AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE! It's finally here. From the Ashes is published. I had some trouble with the paperback printing so that will be a little delayed if you want to get it through the Amazon site. However, you can still get it through my direct Amazon estore.... Read more of this blog post »
So, first off I want to thank everyone who helped me with my Ebook giveaway. It was a resounding success, and I have many new readers with it waiting in their pile. Now comes the part where I teach you all how to do it.
It’s a lot simpler than you would think, if you know how to use the event cale...Read more of this blog post »
CRÓNICAS DE LA FERIA DEL LIBRO –PARTE 1
¿Qué se puede decir? Para empezar, quisiera hacer un paneo general. Llegué unos 20 minutos antes que ab rieran sus puertas, y había casi 5 cuadras de fila que, obviamente, fue creciendo desmesuradamente. Pude apreciar a gran variedad de lectores juveniles...Read more of this blog post »
The first Breathe In Giveaway is happening during May 2015!
I’m giving away the first, signed copy of Breathe In for my first every Giveaway through Goodreads.com. If you’re already a member on GR, simply enter below. If you are not a member, click on the link below to become one for free!
The cont...Read more of this blog post »
Anne Enright has a new novel coming out later this month, that I almost daren’t read. I’ve read the excerpt in the Irish Times, and Belinda McKeon’s review, and this should be enough to convince me that I shouldn’t. But, as usual, having the reckless streak that I do, I’ll probably ignore my o...Read more of this blog post »
I write in the genre of paranormal romance, and have dabbled in YA. My reading scope is a little broader, but my heart truly belongs to paranormal. There's just something about a love story where the relations... Read more of this blog post »
I love to play tennis. Love it. Brad and I once spent the better part of a day on vacation in Miami pummeling each other on the court in our own version of “game of love.” So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I thoroughly enjoyed the new book GAME OF LOVE by Ara Grigorian.Read more of this blog post »
She shared this with me because already this spring three Vermonters have d... Read more of this blog post »
ده سال درگیر بودن با عمران، و احساس آن که هیچ راه فراری برایم نبود، باعث شد بعد از انصراف از ارشد، قدری برایم انطباق با شرایطی دلخواه و البته ناشناخته سخت باشد. امروز از هفت ماه قبل که انصراف دادم، بیشتر در شرایط جدیدم جا افتاده ام، اما هنوز هم مسائلی هست که باید حل شوند. مثلا این که آن بخش از تر...Read more of this blog post »
I had a strange dream before May Day last night. I dreamed that I was a worker in a factory and my boss, Mr Say Swee Swee had gathered workers for an urgent May Day speech. The speech was so urgent that it had to come in my dream because the world is changing even as we sleep. Mr Say... Read more...Read more of this blog post »
Are you sick of this picture yet?
The Green Ember is…Kind of a Hit?
Shew! This has been a little bit bonkers. Somehow we continue to see more and more kids and families find our story. I’m so grateful to all of you. You are the people making that happen. I hesitate to use the word “hit,” but t...Read more of this blog post »
But I've come to the conclusion that the more pertinent question is, how do you read a book review - a review of your book.
When I was thinking about how to write this post, I was very tempted to be e... Read more of this blog post »
**I received a copy of this book via the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Any thoughts and opinions are my own.**
Warning: This is going to be a negative review.
I do not like doing negative reviews. To date I think I only have two negative reviews posted on this actual blog. I us... Read more of this blog post »
I've had two booksigning events so far. One at the "Made in New Hampshire Expo," in a large exhibition centre in Manchester. And another at my city's large independent bookstore, which is wonderfully supportive of local authors. It drew a large crowd, all the chairs were filled and many people we... Read more of this blog post »
April certainly brought showers that promise beautiful May flowers next month. But April also brought me much Joy. A little peek into it all? >> Reading Boy Meets Girl by Joshua Harris. I’ve found I go through cycles where I crave either fiction or non-fiction. I’m on a non-fiction swing, s...Read more of this blog post »
I closed my eyes; I knew the crypt was below. A light shone vividly, dispersing the black shadows in my mind as a song played somewhere.Note upon note, I knew it but could not put my finger on it.
It played until it got stuck in my head then it slowly began to fade around me, a vanishing song of... Read more of this blog post »
Today, for the letter X, I have sneak peek of a scene from forthcoming chapter fourteen. Enjoy...
The doctor lowered the x-ray slide, and peered at me from the end of my bed.
“I’m afraid you’ve fractured your...Read more of this blog post »
I’m super excited that we can now show off the US cover for SORCERER TO THE CROWN! It’s grand and auspicious and has got a dragon on it. *___* Here’s a teaser image:
Checkout the full cover art onthe B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog:Read more of this blog post »
“I spend a lot of time networking, but I don’t see many results from it.” I hear this complaint frequently from independent professionals who are hoping that their networking activities will produce clients. It used to be that my clients and students would complain about unproductive networking i...Read more of this blog post »
Team Vikernes is a group of French and Brazilian pro-Russian rebels led by Rafael Lusvarghi (see previous: The Viking of Donbas).
“Who is Vikernes?” I asked.
“You don’t know who he is?” asked Rafael Lusvarghi, almost hurt.
Varg Vikernes was popular in the Norwegian black metal scene, famous for burn...Read more of this blog post »
“Your sister teeters on the brink of scandal, my Lady,” Cammurmured. “She remains safe for the moment, but one word from me . . .”
He fell silent, certain she’d finish the thought in her head.
By the time th...Read more of this blog post »
Shultz Family 1920
As I look at an old black and white photo taken about 1920, I see serious looking people who I know are my relatives, but they are all dead now. Only my dad who is almost 90 can identify them. He is mostly sure he got their names right, and I think to myself, does it matter?
S...Read more of this blog post »
GAME OF LOVE, by Ara Grigorian
Genre: new-adult, contemporary-romance
Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press
Date of Re-Release: May 4, 2015
Cover Artist: Eugene Teplitsky
Game of Love is set in the high-stakes world of professional tenni...Read more of this blog post »
I realized recently that many aspiring authorsdon’t understand the “job requirements” for writers. This has become obvious from the reactions toanarticle published by a former creative writing coach. With the expansion of the e-books market, which provides ample opportunity to … Continue reading...Read more of this blog post »
I recently had the opportunity to attend an author event in Milwaukee, WI and found myself enthralled by the variety of SWAG items that were offered. I suppose I'm paying closer attention to these things since I'll be attending the River City Book Bash 2015, as a signing author, in July (Cinci... Read more of this blog post »
Shockwave – Green Blood #3 (Science Fiction - Post-apocalyptic)Thirty years after the Devastation, when astounding tree growth destroyed technology and much of humanity, the Metchosin clan is thriving. But no matte... Read more of this blog post »
Miracle on 91st Street-Surviving the Impossible is listed on Digital Book Today as part of their Weekly Featured Great Reads-
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Writers aren’t always techno wizards. This I have found out. WordPress isn’t always easy to figure out. This I have also found out. I had wanted to write on my blog page for months now, but between the jigs and the reels as we say in Ireland I couldn’t. And help came dripping slowly…
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Miles’ debut novel delivers a richly detailed love story of cultural opposites in 1960s Brooklyn, N.Y.
Amid the racial, sexual and artistic upheavals of the ’60s, book-smart Jewish 25-year-old Sara Gott falls for street-smart Gavilan, a 19-year-old Hispanic black man who dreams of con... Read more of this blog post »
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