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*disco dancing* I feel so accomplished ;)
The rest of my work updates –
Currently working on Duncan #2. No spoilers, so that’s really all that I can say at this point. It exists... Read more of this blog post »
Loving Jay was released not even 12 months ago, and really, that’s scary for me. All the things that have happened in that small period of time!
And Loving Jay… I had such small... Read more of this blog post »
at Heart of Earth: The YA Science Fiction Website http://tinyurl.com/heartofearth2
So … I asked this on Facebook and I’m asking again here. Are you interested in seeing the Fifty Shades movie when it comes out?
Inquiring minds wanna know. Also, giving away a Shalvis 2015 calendar to a random commenter today.
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Click on The Mason List EXTRAS! for an indepth Q/A on the story with extra added tibits on that ending and other insights on the characters.
Warning. This link contains SPOILERS!
http://sdhendrickson.com/the-mason-li... Read more of this blog post »
1: Restraint was almost a novella, with no other books to be written. This was true all the way up to publishing the first shitty edition. It wasn't until I mis... Read more of this blog post »
Marketing is a very important part of a self published author's life. After all, we do want to sell our books. As part of our marketing strategy, we b... Read more of this blog post »
I'm back with a trio of tales of a god and a machine, magic, and M(?)M romance.
Deus Ex : The hells have no fury like a Hera scorned. So Zeus swore off mortal women. Mortal men, like the one impaled beneath him when he found out beautiful singer Sa... Read more of this blog post »
So here we are, last few days of January, kicking off the new year, writing and working and all that lovely stuff...and I decided to do the Goodreads challenge this year. I set my sights on 75 books, which is entirely doable, and then I started going through my TBR shelf and--oh my g... Read more of this blog post »
I recently had a lovely review for Doctor January from Fresh Fiction, whose reviewer said Doctor January should be read by every woman!
The thing that really touched me about this review (and the related review on Goodreads) is that the reviewer picked...Read more of this blog post »
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700-year-old English speech bubbles
If you thought comics were a modern invention, think again! The top image of c. 1300 shows a drawing that has the ingredients of a modern comic book drawing, including the fact that the text is placed in real speech bubbles: the words (which are...
My m... Read more of this blog post »
This content is taken from 31 January 1510 – Catherine of Aragon suffers a still-birth on The Anne Boleyn Files.
On this day in history, 31 January 1510, Queen Catherine of Aragon went into premature labour and gave birth to a still-born daughter. Her confessor, Fray Diego, reported that the birth...Read more of this blog post »
Are you interested in making your read aloud time with your children more educational and more fun? Check out these 20 read aloud reminders.
1. Read to your children every day.
2. Use Mother Goose to stimulate language development.
3. Use Dr. Seuss books to introduce and reinforce rhymes.
4.... Read more of this blog post »
To our dear policemen who died for their service for the country and the people Who died to subdue a dangerous man whose explosives may have, one day, burn villages and kill hundreds Who died fighting… Read more of this blog post »
Dobra vest je što su strane agencije i izdavači veoma voljni da daju digitalna prava za srpsko izdanje te možete očekivati dosta lepih naslova u narednom p... Read more of this blog post »
I’m super excited to bring you the offical FURY OF OBSESSION (Dragonfury Series, book 5) book trailer, a snippet of Venom’s story on video. I had so much fun putting this together. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
We’re so very close now. Less than a month to go until Fury of Obses...Read more of this blog post »
Posted on January 31, 2015 by billyraychitwood1
A Night in the Life of an Author
Tired, weary from another day of grocery shopping with the wife and working on his new book as much as possible, the man time and again turns his body on the big firm... Read more of this blog post »
We’re about to start building a brand new official website for Sir Terry, and we’d love to hear your opinions and ideas before we get cracking.
The questions aim to find out how (and if) you use the current site, and what you’d like to see on the new one.
It shouldn’t take more than five minutes to...Read more of this blog post »
From: Bruce Donohue
Hello Luna. How is the reconstruction of the Shop coming along? Has there been some major new improvements in the living quarters?
I think Alex has mentioned that out of all you, that Anne is the most natural of cooks when you were all living together and you were the most acc...Read more of this blog post »
This is all so terribly true! I *hate* the new editor. And I *hate* the new stats page. WordPress used to ask me which I preferred and why, but now they don’t anymore. Go figure.
Originally posted on Fish Of Gold:
I am loath to write yet another letter to you, si...Read more of this blog post »
I've been thinking about ancestry and roots, and how we get to the places we find ourselves. Rafael Alberti had Italian and Irish ancestry but his home was Spain. He was a painter, a playwright, and a one-time Communist, but he is best known as one of the major Spanish poets of the 20th century.... Read more of this blog post »
Writers are masters of words, not numbers. We tried to disappear in the back of algebra class and still suffer anxiety dreams about quadratic equations. Then along comes tax time, and we are forced to assemble, decipher and compute income and expenses, or risk paying Uncle Sam...Read more of this blog post »
http://www.amazon.com/Arturos-Ghoul-A... Read more of this blog post »
Moving on. The first 14 pages of Chapter 2 are now available... Read more of this blog post »
St Jerome in his study by A Durer
I began writing this in October in response to one ‘storm on twitter’ and finished it today, prompted by another.
I’ve been wondering whether, in most people, the instinct for agreement is stronger than the one for self-expression. When people agree they belong....Read more of this blog post »
“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?”
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Heavenly Father, what a comfort to know that I am yours and nothing—NOTHING—can separate me from your love! Help me cli...
This is going to be a confused mess. I’ve not actually had an uninterrupted night’s sleep — even by my own standards where “a night’s sleep” means five hours if I’m lucky — in eleven days, so I’m in a weird fugue state at the moment where I’m seeing patterns in everything but can’t tell if I’m ma...Read more of this blog post »
Adventures in Censorship
A blog post by Rocky Wood, 29 May 2013
On Tuesday US time Facebook notified Lisa Morton, Greg Chapman and myself that the Facebook page for our graphic novel, 'Witch Hunts: A Graphi... Read more of this blog post »
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No Perfect Fate by Jackie WegerNo Perfect Destiny by Jackie Weger
Following His Heart by Donna FasanoTaking Love In Stride by Donna Fasano
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