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My house is falling apart, my car is broken, wok is busy, my health is playing up.
But I only have 4 weeks to retirement.
Looking at my program, I will be also very busy. But I think my " old age" will be fun.
What I am h... Read more of this blog post »
Hoewel ik al mijn hele leven lang van lezen houd ben ik pas sinds enkele jaren op de hoogte van het bestaan van young adult boeken. Om die reden zijn er een heleboel beroemde boekenreeksen waar ik nog niet eens in ben begonnen! Reeksen die immens populair zijn onder lezers en waarvoor ik me eige...Read more of this blog post »
“Making the Cut” is a must read book for the MC Romance book lover. The tension between Avery and Axton is felt in every page of the book, causing you to flip them as fast as you can to see what’s next.
$3.99 through Amazon for ebook format and $13.50 in paperback.
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First, let’s get the obvious out of the way: Black Iris, my super-queer dark-‘n’-twisted blood-soaked revenge thriller, is on bookstore shelves today. Here’s the obligatory link list:
Barnes & Noble
Sim... Read more of this blog post »
Heather Grace Stewart is the author of Strangely, Incredibly Good whose book, like Dry Stories was published by Morning Rain Publishing. Authors like to talk shop and, while we're sharing a fantastic Mothers' Day offer, there is no time the present to make that shop talk public. Here is my inter... Read more of this blog post »
The death toll from the earthquake in Nepal stands at 3200 today, and will only rise with aftershocks, injuries and privation. This is one of the poorest countries on earth, its capital city and major sources of tourism income have been devastated, and it needs help. The fantastic Tiffany Reisz i...Read more of this blog post »
It's so clear today that from where I'm sitting I can see both the Catskills and the Adirondacks, and if I get out the binoculars I can just make out Lake George far to the north.
It feels like spring is trying to arrive, and yet there's not a single local vegetable in the market...Read more of this blog post »
If you missed any of the teaser quotes and want to catch up, you can check out the Gallery . If you're dying forIce Kissed, youshould read the exclusive excerpt: here... Read more of this blog post »
I always like to hear Doctors praising other Doctors: Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison has said that Patrick Trou...Read more of this blog post »
The other night, I pulled out the first book I ever wrote. The unpublished manuscript has been sitting in a drawer for about five years. An exile I imposed on the material when I finished it.
I immediately started my second book, oneI already sensed had better developed characters. Two and a ha...Read more of this blog post »
He's one of the most enduring figures in modern horror. With a career spanning forty years and a staggering literary output (many of which have been adapted for film and... Read more of this blog post »
I should read more.
No matter how much or how little we read, it never feels like enough.
Maybe you enjoyed reading in high school but can no longer find the time. Or maybe you read 50 books a year but want to read even more.
The seven tips below will help you do just that.
1.Make time to read
These...Read more of this blog post »
We are all responsible. For bullying. For abuse of power. All of us.
I see people pointing fingers a lot, and talking about how this person or that... Read more of this blog post »
Spring 2015 issue of East, and check out some of the other publications we've been featured in.
Be on the lookout for more announcements regarding... Read more of this blog post »
To celebrate it's one week release. And the winners are: Jill and Patricia. YAY!!!!!!! I love sneak attack giveaways.
Follow me here on Goodreads for all my latest updates, including giveaways.: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show.... Read more of this blog post »
The good folks at 365 Tomorrows have published a short of mine, "The Final Patient", which you can read here:
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"All I know is the man you are now, and he's someone worth fighting for," she says ardently, grabbing hold of my shirt. "That's why you're here today. To finally say goodbye to that per... Read more of this blog post »
I will als... Read more of this blog post »
Just as a river flows through twists and turns along its journey, we too face obstacles that slow us down or leave us wondering which way we should turn. If you take the time to observe a river, you will n... Read more of this blog post »
October: V.M. Sawh
The waves carry him onto a beach as black as midnight. He stumbles forward and collapses faced down in the sand. He feels the ocean pull at the precious ground beneath him, and wonde... Read more of this blog post »
Having groomed myself to be one of football's perennial victims ever since Vince Bartram started dropping simple crosses and Mark Morris and Alec Watson hoofed the resultant loose ball into Thistlebarr... Read more of this blog post »
Yesterday I emailed off Armie's book - Fighting Dirty - which means all of the Ultimate books are now written. You can see the release dates for Stack's book and Armie's here: http://lorifoster.com/connected-books...
I've seen Armie's cover and I love it, so I hope my... Read more of this blog post »
I have a particular challenge of writing in a language that Ilearned about 16 years ago, and expanding my vocabulary is on the forefront of it, painfully so. I would love to hear your ideas and tricks on growing it faster, especially those of you who write multilingually.Ov...Read more of this blog post »
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