Received by Marshall Vian Summers
December 23, 1994 in Boulder, Colorado
Christmas represents the emergence of Knowledge in the individual. This is exemplified in the life of Jesus, who beyond his own understanding even, a Greater Power emerged within him and overtook his life—uniting him with the... Read more of this blog post »
In which Hank edits together a ton of the best moments from this year's Project for Awesome. Of course, no one can be there for all of it but, this way, you can catch a glimpse! I'd like to edit together some of the more intriguing episodes, but this will have to do for now.
Thank you all so mu...
So before it's all holiday all the time, I wanted to post the final piece of the how-to-get-a-copy-of-Darkest-Part-of-the-Forest puzzle: my Book Tour dates. This time it's mostly going to be East Coast (and Seattle!) and I will be in New Jersey where I haven't been in a while.
If you're in the ar...Read more of this blog post »
Thought about buying a copy of THE DARKEST TOUCH, featuring an immortal warrior who cannot touch another living creature skin to skin without causing a world-wide plague…yet he can't resist the woman who sets his blood aflame?
Purchase THE DARKEST TOUCH now and receive an exclusive preview from my...Read more of this blog post »
It’s taken me 3 weeks, which was a good deal faster than I’d hoped, to get a reasonable 2nd draft of Half a War together. It usually does tend to be the case that the process is less horrifying than you expect once you start to tackle it. Some chapters needed some pretty heavy pruning and additio...Read more of this blog post »
2014 is almost a goner and I'm looking forward to the new year with anticipation because I've got lots of places on my agenda to visit this year. Here's what I have so far. I hope to see many of you there.
February 5-8, 2015
I can't wait to spend some time in Florida with readers who love paranorma... Read more of this blog post »
The fine people over at audible asked me and a 23 other authors to weigh in our favorite listens and here is the answer I gave:
Here is a link to the full list.
For those that are lazy, but still curious, here is what each person picked.
Anthony Doerr - We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by... Read more of this blog post »
My friend Sheridan Jeane has a newhistorical romance release out today! Check out the lovely Lady Catherine on that cover…she looks like she’s hiding something…
Synopsis: London, 1853. Despite Lady Catherine’s love of fencing, she needs to stop pretending to be a boy and fraternizing with men…b...Read more of this blog post »
She’s the dream he’s never had, and the love he’s always desired
When Eric Tanner, a contract killer, is targeted to be murdered by his former employer, he seeks refuge in the apartment of a blind woman, Anne Mullen.
Eric knows how to live in silence. He’s done it all his life. So when he discover... Read more of this blog post »
So, here it is, I Like Turles: 54 flash fictions and prose poems, penned between 2008 and 2014. Pretty much everything I did in that time, except that ones I lost foolishly when I was writing several flash pieces per week over at The New Absurdist. I didn't have any back ups of a lot of stories I... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
These contain the earliest adventures of the Sandman, a character who Neil Gaiman would revitalize for the modern era often adapting the golden age stories. This book collects the first few stories from New York Worl... Read more of this blog post »
I am doing another giveaway!
Who wants a $20 MasterCard?? There are three steps to winning this MasterCard!
So all you have to do is...
Step one: "LIKE" my AUTHOR page! If you have already done that, then you are 1/2 a step into winn... Read more of this blog post »
Hello my dears!
Book 1 of the West Coast Boys series is out! Woopa!
Some of you have asked me – what was that link again? How do I buy that sucker?
Well, here’s all the links in case you want to share a heart-warming love story over the holidays!
Barnes and Noble
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Remember that free read I promised you, my dear readers? Well, here it is – Rehab is now available!
An accident forces Lila into physical therapy – and onto Dean’s massage table. Under his talented hands, her injuries start to heal, and sparks a desire that neither one can ignore.
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A SECOND CHANCE AT PARIS
Bayou's End #1
One week in Paris. One chance with her childhood crush. And one lie that could ruin it all.
Before she was Dr. Celeste London, Astrophysicist, she was Mary Celeste Haverford: dork, loser, the geek formerly known as Hairy Mary. But she’d left all that beh...Read more of this blog post »
It’s no secret that news-type sources have been less than kind to those who spend any signif... Read more of this blog post »
The above toasty holiday image—a promotional graphic for my book Playing Saint —has gotten a lot of shares, retweets, and “Amens.” And I stand by old Rev. Dr. Carlson’s statement. (What does it say about me that I basically used the elderly, inflexible retired pastor as my mouthpiece in the book... Read more of this blog post »
This is a stressful time of year.
Sure, it’s joyous and whatever too, but let’s not candy-cane-coat this. Many people are feeling a time crunch, family pressures and money stress.Those of us who struggle withanxiety and/or depression tend to have a hard time, thanks to ridiculous holiday expecta...Read more of this blog post »
Somewhere, mid-summer of 3065, boredom strikes amongst the two potheaded brothers Corvis and 3uro. Both over the age or 20 ,jobless and living under their parents roof. they both seem content with thei... Read more of this blog post »
So I recently posted about entering a screenplay proposal in the Twilight Storytellers competition (where female filmmakers are given the opportunity to write and/or direct five short films setin the Twilight universe). They just announced that my screenplay proposal has made the T...Read more of this blog post »
Estos días he estado fijándome en lo que sucedepor las mañanas en el metro, en concreto, en las zonas de trasbordo. No importa el día que sea; no importa que la gente con la que me cruzo sea diferente: todo a mi alrededor permanece inmutable de una vez para otra, como si después de salir yo de a...Read more of this blog post »
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It should have been easy – pick up a drunk Italian in a fifth-rate Shanghai dive, and then deliver him unharmed to an Irish guy in Foochow Road.
A small simple job, just what Felice Sabatini needed to pay his way out of town.
Nice and smooth.
But this, of course, was before the guys in black pajam...
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