Trying to get some late night work done, but this little scamp is on my lap distracting me! Xxread more »
Just Live, Juliette! has been scheduled for release on May 29th. It should be live on Smashwords and Amazon that day and will reach the other ebook retailers shortly thereafter. Th... read more »
If you read my first book, DRAGONS: The Essential Ties, you know that I announced its sequel on the very last page; but that was over three years ago, what happened? You may ask...
Life and work happened. As a high scool teacher, time was a luxury I rarely came upon. But I persevere... read more »
Not only was the conference well-o... read more »
I want to thank Su Williams for being here with us today and sharing a few things about herself
and her new debut novel, Dream Weaver.
To Read an excerpt from her new novel, please click below
I have a few questions that I would like to ask you Su an...read more »
Please share the information and the link.
Earthchild is set in Scotland, and tells the story of an illegitimate cousin of King James and the forgotten daughter of a Sc... read more »
4 THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN CHOOSING A TITLE FOR YORU BOOK
By: Karen Woodward@woodwardKaren
Just asa great cover will help sell a book, so will a great title.
That's what I've been doing for the past few days, researching how to create the perfect title. I'm kicking myself for not doing this whi... read more »
Over the last two days, I’ve examined the major dichotomy of style where creative writers and bloggers are concerned. I’ve discussed the benefits of using a simple style with short sentences focused on clarity. (This kind of writing is exemplified at its most famous by Hemingway.)
I’ve also discus...read more »
Your wife came to my workplace and pulled me outside
And the whisper of soft sobs came into her eyes
So carefully and artfully made up; She told me what you'd done
She'd found you dangling like a limb on a tree after a storm
In the same yard I'd often walk pas... read more »
I'm as pleased with it as with any of my other novels, but the thriller genre is one I haven't entered for... read more »
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Check out the other winners in six categories.
The 'Grace Awards are ' the most democratic aw... read more »
Friends - Coming from Entangled Publishing – June 10, 2013!
After publicly self-destructing over a heartbreak a year ago, bestselling romance writer Piper James is now making nice with her publisher by agreeing to teach Hollywood’s favorite action star how to act like he’s in love. Only playboy... read more »
It is completely different from Bring me to Life and Sweet Immortal.
The story is based around Kendra Gratton 30 yrs old, after being dumped by her boyfriend for someone younger she believes she has no hope in meeting anyone.
Then she notice... read more »
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We stopped to change planes in Minneapolis yesterday. I just love the Delta terminal there. These are pix of the seating at the gate. It's an awesome internet cafe, with an iPad on every table, with free internet access, and a menu. They bring your food to the table and you pay with a swipe of y... read more »
Don't Miss It! Incredible Prizes & Exclusive Chapter From Sir's POV
It's time for some fun!
Thank you, dear fans, for the encouragement, as well as the joy and delight of your company, wit & fits of laughter. Having so many join me on Brie’s journey has been both wonderful and humbling. T... read more »
46) Rick Steves' France 2013
More early scouting for my 2015 European trip, which continues to fill me with wistfulness that my 4-6 week dream trip of a lifetime (at least half of which will be spent in France) is going to fly by in an instant, and at best I'll see a tiny fraction of what I'd like... read more »
We all know the first line of a query is your "hook." I call t... read more »
In the moments of panic and devastation after the coming of the Shadow, Vespesian has long, bitter minutes to reconsider his position. Standing in his camouflage constructed from crowds of fearful, tear-stricken commoners, he curses the Mother and her damnable whimsy. The Shadow is untrustworth...read more »
It is my privilege to guest on Sallie Lundy Frommer’s blog today. Thank you Sallie, I’ll try to keep you from being banned by all major social sites in my endeavors to give a little insight into my world of story-telling.
Housekeeping: The bathroom is over there, the coffee pot is over there and... read more »
Ah, a nice, quick, cheery project in an energizing green.What could be more refreshing after miles of chunky brown?
Now, I am no fool. I know my absurdly short attention span, so I’m doing both of these mitts at once on a long circ rather than the single straight needle called fo... read more »
I remember those halcyon days of yore, so far in the distant Internet past, maybe even two or three years ago.
Back then I labored under the naive notion that book writing was a simple enterprise. An author wrote the best book he could, handed it off to an agent, gave the agent a little time to...read more »
Enjoy these crazy laws that are still on the books:
In Alabama, sex toys are banned.
In Florida, you may not have sexual relations with a porcupine. Does that mean someone tried to perform such an act for it to have been made a law? By the way, you can’t shower in the nude in Florida either.
My fell... read more »
There is a very interesting article in the Atlantic, “The Ethics of Extreme Porn: Is Some Sex Wrong Even For Consenting Adults“. Being the Atlantic, although thorough, it also relates some very dogmatic and (to me) quite offensive responses. But the author has written a fairly well-reasoned piece...read more »
Here are a number of (hopefully!) still active deals for the Kindle:
Which Bible Translation Should I Use? by Andreas Köstenberger—$4.74
How We Got the Bible —$3.47
The Expositor’s Bible Commentary:Luke – Acts —$7.59
Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentar... read more »