It’s been quite the crazy week, starting with a 10-hour drive down from New York, and followed by non-stop paperwork excitement. I sat down this morning to write up an exercise, and ended up having to go take care of some other things. I completely forgot what I was going to write – I’m sure it w...Read more of this blog post »
The Garden of Grace is ablaze with color, flowers, fruits and vegetables, birds and lizards! I'm especially enamored by the artichokes. While I enjoy artichoke hearts, I am not one who eats whole roasted ones. This artichoke plant was planted as an experiment. It struggled for a few years in sha... Read more of this blog post »
It has been two years since the release of Elemental. In that time I have met some incredible people and gained some awesome readers.
The time has finally come for me to be able to share the cover of the third book with you all. I wanted to have book three published in April, but revisi... Read more of this blog post »
It’s my tradition to do a desktop post when I have a new story release, showing images that inspired my story.
“The Black Dog” is in “claw”, the 3rd gothika. It’s agothic m/m anthology with three novellas by myself, Jamie Fessenden,andKim Fielding. The theme of the claw anthology is beast shifters...Read more of this blog post »
With SWEET ACHE’s release coming up, I’m getting a lot of questions lately about if SLOW BURN, SWEET ACHE, and HARD BEAT are absolute standalone novels then why has Amazon added “The Driven Trilogy #5 (#6, #7)” to them? Well here’s the answer…. I don’t know. Good answer right? Last year they star...Read more of this blog post »
Erg enthousiast begon ik aan een blogpost over de Anastasia Brow Wiz, en kom ik er achter dat ik twee jaar geleden helemaal niet zo enthousiast was over dit product. Opnieuw testte ik dit dunne oogpotlood en nu ben ik er juist helemaal gek op. Is de formule veranderd? Ik vertel je vandaag mijn ni...Read more of this blog post »
Something in the predawn hours ignited a spark in the dormant ashes of the rock pit just outside the cavern. Spirals of smoke lofted into the air like white billows of vapor rising from a steaming roast. Only four miles beyond the mountain of stone and thick barrier of forest laid spread an ope...Read more of this blog post »
Schamane, Medaillon, magische Karte, alles ohne Zweifel Dinge, die schon für sich genommen ausreichend Stoff für phantasievolle Geschichten hergeben. Aber ganz ehrlich, liebe Leser, für das 17. Jahrhundert waren solche Zauberwelten...Read more of this blog post »
Love it. It’s like it turned to spring in one. Day everything is in bloom and the air is gorgeous!!
Pam and I are so thrilled that our fifth novel Million Dollar Question is finally finished and is up on Amazon awaiting publication date and launch week 27th April.
As a special thanks to all those that have supported us, we have joined Choosy Bookworm’s Read and Re...Read more of this blog post »
I’m rarely serious in my blog, but today’s post is very serious, indeed.
LGBT people make up less than 10% of the overall population, yet 40% of homeless kids in the U.S. identify as LGBT. Of them, 68% cited family rejection for the reason they were on the streets. Stud...Read more of this blog post »
UNCONVENTIONAL by Avery Aster
Have I told you about the new fundraising initiative I’m involved in this year? I’ve contributed a BRAND NEW story called UNCONVENTIONAL to SWEET SEDUCTION, a limited edition digital-only boxed set curated by Brenda Novak for the benefit of diabetes research. It incl...Read more of this blog post »
I live not too far from Sandy Hook. Long before what happened there it was a pleasure to visit the place. At the... Read more of this blog post »
- Resource Links - February 1, 2015
Richard Turpin was born in 1705 in the Blue Bell Inn, Hempstead, the son of John Turpin, whose trades included butchery, farming and... Read more of this blog post »
Getting volume #1 for $.99 of course!
Luckily, Volumes 2 and 3 are already...Read more of this blog post »
From Instagram: Our little bean at 10.5 weeks.
I’ve missed doing these weekend reading posts, but man has the break been good!
After two weeks of intense and debilitatin...Read more of this blog post »
There seems to be some kind of magical automated clickerin my head that makes every one of my novels comeout around 70k words. No matter what. Go figure! Well, this one should make (most) everyone happy. There’s a HFN, because this story needs another book – “instaHEA” is just as bad as “instalov...Read more of this blog post »
أزمة الرئيس السيسي، أنه جاء خلال فترة يوجد بها رجال نظامين سابقين، على الأرض، الإخوان المسلمون، والوطنى المنحل، وبينهما قطاع عريض من النخبة، وبعض رجال الإعلام، وشباب آخرون، مذبذبين لا إلى هؤلاء ولا إلى هؤلاء، بل هم مع أولئك الذين يدّعون أنهم يريدون الحرية والديمقراطية، ولا يريدون سوى تح... Read more of this blog post »
foto dua tahun lalu ini, tidak banyak perubahan, gais.
An interesting week comes to an end. As an author, the highlight was obviously the cover reveal on Wednesday. For weeks I had waited to be able to show you the wrapping around a story I look forward for you to read. The release of Willem of the Tafel not only marks my fifth novel, it also marks n...Read more of this blog post »
Witch Wraith by Todd Lockwood
After the last poll, I had another thought:What would be the most interesting fight between the evil characters in the Shannara series?
I came up with an answer. Maybe not the answer but a very good answer anyway. If the Ilse Witch (not the good Grianne but the evi...Read more of this blog post »
If you want to get your hands on it before June 9th, follow the below link.
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Folding the rugs is something that Jynx likes to do. For the entryway, since it is on tile, he likes to run up to that rug and then stop on it. He... Read more of this blog post »
I posted an exchange between my wife and myself the other night where she was talking about buying some chairs for the new house. She mentioned that we could just put them in our storage unit because they came disassembled and I immediately screamed: “No disassemble, Stephanie!” I got a lot of li...Read more of this blog post »
I want to take a moment to thank Pixie from the bottom of my heart. She may not recall this but when my first book, Safe, came out in 2013, Pixie was the only professional rev... Read more of this blog post »
Surprise! Got all my scheduling stuff worked out, and though some things had to be shuffled, I finally have a release coming up for the summer! Thank everyone so much for bearing with me. I'm so stoked. I've got some cover art from the FABULOUS Reese Dante as well as ... well, it's more... Read more of this blog post »
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I don’t tend to feel nostalgic about my former garden, which I loved but left almost 7 years ago. After all, it lives on in years of blog posts (see Categories: 1st Garden in my sidebar). Even so, I’m pleased that Green Hall Garden is getting another moment in the sun via one of my photos in the...
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