Here are thesix finalists for the Lunar Chronicles Bookmark Contest! I’m not going to say much about these because I don’t want to sway the voting, but just know that I absolutely love every one of them and would proudly print them all!
See, look, admire… then cast your vote below!
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Hey, folks! Out of spoons over here, so I’m taking a vacation.
A social media vacation, at least.
I’m gone this week to SDCC and the next week to NECon and then having some friends visit? So, for the next week, the blog is going to sit quietly in the corner and think about what it’s done. I’ll b...Read more of this blog post »
VICTORY TALES PRESS is looking for Romantic tales for our
Myth, Legends and Midnight Kisses, 2015 Halloween Collection!
The approach of autumn and the Halloween Season has a varied appeal. Some would rather celebrate All Saints Day and forget the scary stuff, or some love the chilling tales of le... Read more of this blog post »
Thanks to everyone who voted for Brightwill during the nomination round. It has made the short list for top Indie Fantasy Novel on Read Freely (Readfree.ly), one of the leading websites featuring free and inexpensive indie fiction. I enjoyed writing this book as much as any Spinward Fringe book,... Read more of this blog post »
the publisher’s website. If you preorder from the publisher, it is 20% off.
iBookstore (sorry, can’t lin... Read more of this blog post »
Every Last Breath, the last book in the Dark Elements Series is almost here. It releases on July 28th, and I cannot wait for you guys to read the final chapter in Layla’s, Zayne’s, and Roth’s story.
Every Last Breath has a...Read more of this blog post »
A slightly older song but one that popped into my head today. I first stumbled across Damien Rice via the credits of Closer which use his song The Blower’s Daughter. Closer is a brilliant, dark, kind of depressing film (I remember sitting in the cinema and noticing just how quiet it was as everyo...Read more of this blog post »
A quote from Our Holy Father, from some recent interview or other:
Eugenio Scalfari: You think that mystics have been important for the Church?
Pope Francis: “They have been fundamental. A religion without mystics is a philosophy.”
To which I can only add, Amen. And again. Amen.
Well, and also th...Read more of this blog post »
Hey guys! Tons of book tour updates below! 11 cities and perhaps a few events to come! In addition to DragonCon, SLC Con, and a few other cons coming up. WHEW! Further info at feliciadaybook.com
MONDAY, AUGUST 10 – NEW YORK CITY
HOUSING WORKS BOOKSTORE CAFÉ | 7:00pm
126 Crosby Street
New York, NY... Read more of this blog post »
One of my challenges in going indie has been trying to ensure that my new books are available where you (my readers) like to shop. Since I’m Canadian, many of my readers are in Canada, which means that Chapters/Indigo is the place they shop. That’s the big bookstore chain in Canada. My digital bo...Read more of this blog post »
Sexy, isn't it? Squee!!
Now for the rest of the Silk and Decadence blurb... enjoy!
There is always fun in the club, but taking the fun outside and into life might be ex... Read more of this blog post »
Some people love to learn but don’t necessarily enjoy the act of reading…while others love to read but can’t find the time to read all those enticing books! Does this describe you? If so, or if you just want to learn more and save time, then the book summaries at Book...Read more of this blog post »
I hope you enjoyed the 4th of July celebrations all around our glorious country. As for yours truly, I spent it in the company of my beautiful wife in our home, as the rainy Florida weather kept us indoors.
I've started compiling some short stories that I had written in preparation t... Read more of this blog post »
#ebook #sale #1clickit #BlackHillsAuthor
Black Hills Angel: Perma-Free!!
B&N... Read more of this blog post »
I got a kick out of this post by Daniel Drezner —
“My completely idiosyncratic but definitive ranking of Pixar movies by feels”
So, to celebrate our country’s right to life, liberty and the pursuit of sweet sadness or something, my way to rank the Pixar canon is simple: How much did the film give...Read more of this blog post »
See, when I first started *Kermit Flail*, more than a year ago, I did it because a few people had asked me nicely if they could use my blog. I didn't really have a forum for other people to speak here-- it was mostly me blathering on and on and on… (Check it out-- I've been nattering on since... Read more of this blog post »
This years event:11th and 12th July 2015Opening Hours: Saturday 11am-6pm Sunday 11am-5pmBattle reenactment 4pm Sat, 3pm Sun New for this year: A Medieval carnival style parade,Sunday 12th, 11am from Tewkesbury High Street to the Festival. Contact us for more details All the latest upda... Read more of this blog post »
ON ITS 150th anniversary, The Nation (“a magazine of ideas and values”) relaunches its website, created in partnership with Blue State Digital and Diaspark. As one would expect of an editorially focused web entity in 2015, the new site is responsive, and uses big type and clean layouts designed f...Read more of this blog post »
I wrote earlier about this new website called Reading Alley, where avid readers can get free digital copies of books in exchange for an honest review. I now have some more information, and did a little interview with them, below.
They’re having their grand opening this summer, so i...Read more of this blog post »
First, here’s the first paragraph of The Gilded Hour:
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Early on a March morning on the cusp of spring, Anna Savard came infrom the garden to find a young woman with a message that would test herpatience, disrupt her day, and send her off on an unexpected journey: aharbinger of change wearing the n...
I return to the rallying cry of my son, from several years ago. Because guess what: shit is not going my way right now.
The continuing heat wave we’ve been suffering has been triggering my allergies. I take my anti-histamines, but I still itch down my back and along my arms.
Yeah, I know that our...Read more of this blog post »
FOUR full length novels, one a #newrelease PLUS a never before seen look into the future of Alzerro and Bree King, the couple that started the book series with Indebted!!
Preorder your copy today and send a conformation email to email@example.com with proof of purchas... Read more of this blog post »
Today I am giving away a signed copy of All Fall Down!
To be entered for your chance to win just comment what your first Ally Carter book you read was!
I will choose a winner at random in 48 hours. US residents only. One entry per person please.
The post Mag...Read more of this blog post »
No, not Mr Wickham, or even Willoughby; I’m talking about Henry Crawford, who was so nearly redeemed by love, over at Joyfully Jay today on the final stop of the Played! blog tour. Why not pop along and see how he inspired Tristan from Played! – and let me know if you like your boys good or ba...Read more of this blog post »
Writer: Skottie Young
Artist: Skottie Young
The Buzz: the buzz for this has been three years in the making – for ages now, the wonderfully quirky kids comic artist Skottie Young has been providing baby-faced ‘Little Marvels’ variant covers for many of...Read more of this blog post »
Brace yourself! This pie chart is surprisinglyaccurate with respect to afirst draft.
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Happy Monday. Today I am starting the convention part of my month. This particular July is going to be hectic beyond belief. However its also a great month if you’d like to meet me. I am currently starting my trek which will end in Munich for Euro Pride Con this weekend. If you’re in the area, we...Read more of this blog post »
Traveling is like a river
and like a river traveling
makes us free.
Angora, Paris, St. Thomas, or Italy.
Mysterious and moving the world,
a stride like animals
and follow a garlic sound
to cafés made for lovers.
A plate of vegetables
soothes our anxious so... Read more of this blog post »
With San Diego Comic-Con just around the corner and a new book deadline approaching, I’m just popping in to say you probably won’t see me posting quite so much in the near future. But I’m still here.
Going to SDCC as an invited guest is a terrific opportunity, but I’ll admit I’m also cynically not...Read more of this blog post »
Nick knows his deepest secret—he’s a bisexual masoch...Read more of this blog post »
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I grew up going to the library, because my family couldn’t afford my reading habit. Each week, I would leave with a stack of books, and I remember feeling like I was robbing the place. I couldn’t believe they let me just walk out with all those books! I had no concept of who was getting paid or h...Read more of this blog post »
Actually it hasn't been that bad.
My memoir cracked the top 50 in its Kindle category, reaching #30 last Wednesday. That's the lowest it's been since I finally bit the bullet and had an e-book published i... Read more of this blog post »
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