I was nine years old when THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK came out. When Luke Skywalker was hangin’ upside down in the wampa cave and summoned his lightsaber to his hand using the Force, I thought, “Whoa!How’d he learn how to do that?” My nine-year old selfwho played with action figures, TIE fighters, an...Read more of this blog post »
She burst out laughing. “I’m sorry.” She waved her hands in the air and fell backward. “Wait.” Her laughter grew loud. “Someone treated you the way you have treated women... Read more of this blog post »
Well I guess it’s time to get back to…updating my website, lol. It’s been a crazy several months, with every spare minute devoted to finishing up my book! (Did you pre-order? feliciadaybook.com!) I turned in my final edits today, PARTYYYYY! Writing it has takenover a year and a half of my life, I...Read more of this blog post »
There’s a monster hiding under my desk. He lurks there, waiting for the right moment to attack. He’s an ugly little bastard, too. I have a lot of names for him, but for the sake of not overusing profanity in this blog, I’ll call him by his real name, Self-Doubt.
Most of you might think that afte...Read more of this blog post »
"Lady of the Eternal City" was the book from hell in many ways - it was my first true sequel, and it had my first child narrator, my first redemption arc, and my first male-male romance, not to ment... Read more of this blog post »
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 1:00pm
Monkey See Monkey Do Bookstore
9060 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031
For More Information: monkeysread.com
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 from... Read more of this blog post »
Those of you who've been around awhile might notice something looking a little different around here today.A brand new website!
Now, this isnot the first time I've changed things up.I give my website a facelift every few months or so to keep things fresh.
But this particular update was on a whole o...Read more of this blog post »
Pull-ups are flat out grueling. If you weigh 150 pounds then you will... Read more of this blog post »
Happy March! I'm excited the days are getting longer--nothing cheers me up more than leaving work and playing inthe daylight.
In the mood for some romantic suspense? Simon & Schuster has slashed the price of With Good Behavior (The Conduct Series #1) for a limited time. Get your Mafia psycho... Read more of this blog post »
Maggie knows things. She reads a person’s thoughts and uses that information to make a living. But when she meets the old man, everything changes. He knows things he shouldn’t, things that threaten Maggie’s sense of security. He also says he knows her future. And that terrifies her more than anyt...Read more of this blog post »
In the first Penguin Classics translation in 40 years, Victor Hugo’s powerful novel of the June Rebellion of 1832��receives a compelling new treatment from Christine Donougher, winner of the Scott Moncrieff Translation Prize.
The Times Literary Supplement��praises the book as�����a magnificent a...Read more of this blog post »
Folks, we have THE BEST *kermit flail* this month!
I mean, remember last month? One person on the dance floor, shining? Well, that was pretty awesome, but now? We've got a whole damned party!
And who best to start a party than the lovely, pixilated, amazeballs Miss Tara Lain, who's new r... Read more of this blog post »
We are still in awe of people's ability in constructing these places without mechanisation:
Have to admit we had a real "... Read more of this blog post »
My characters are typically not modelled on people I know, but I do get ideas from everywhere. Over at Urban Fantasy Investigations, I talk about a few inspirations that led to the development of my characters for Graced.... Read more of this blog post »
Wayne County Wolves Book 13
Sometimes the hardest thing to do is to look in the mirror and face who you truly are.
When Alec’s childhood pack is attacked, he is captured by slavers, then saved and taken in by Chris’s pack. While all the other survivors have no problem in adjusting to the...Read more of this blog post »
Last year I was given the wonderful opportunity to meet and have lunch with one of my literary heroes, Robin LaFevers. She’s full of wisdom and magical stories, and our time together lived up to all my expectations. If you haven’t read her books, do that. ASSASSIN NUNS. ASSASSIN NUNS. Don’t make...Read more of this blog post »
From Darkside Books comes the first Brazilian translation of The Warded Man. Here is the beautiful new cover of Ciclo das Trevas:
Brazilian fans have also created their own fan page on Facebook!
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From Blunty this morning:
There are lots of things you shouldn't import from America. Gun culture, health insurance schemes and possibly hamburger buns made entirely out of deep fried chicken breasts. Although I'm willing to be talked around on that last one.
One of the dumbest and most dangerous...Read more of this blog post »
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Tammy will be at the Læringsfestival in Bella Center, at the Tellerup A/S booth from 3-4 PM on March 4th. TheLæringsfestival is open to the public, and costs kr. 50 for entry.
Unfortunately, due to scheduling constraints, this will be her only Copenhagen appearance.
Ussie of Marie and Caragh.
When I try to pick one favorite thing about Marie Rutkoski’s Winner’s trilogy, it’s impossible for me to separate the novels from my friendship with the author. I feel like the world she has created comes to me in her thoughtful, precise voice, which I hear clearly from...Read more of this blog post »
“Thank you for your patience. Your call is important to us and will be answered based upon your current membership level. If you would like to improve response time, consider sacrificing a fatted calf.”
Eugene groaned. He’d sacrificed one chicken, and it’d been a bloody ordeal. H...Read more of this blog post »
Okay, so everyone’s been talking about it for ages. Everyone’s reading these books. There’s a movie out. Articles are being written all over the place…
I tend to have a irrational aversion to things that are really popular. But at the same time, I feel its my job to be aware what the general popul...Read more of this blog post »
Rufus Reviews #Divergent:
"It was a good story, because first she had no hamburgers, and then she had hamburgers. I give it five hamburgers!"
Yay, it’s release day for Click (Suncoast Society 17, various, BDSM). Now I can get back to finishing edits for A Bleacke Wind and get it released!
[Siren Sensations: Erotic Consensual BDSM Romance, M/F, M/M/F, with M/M, spanking, caning, paddling, fl...Read more of this blog post »
In 2001, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIused the occasion ofthe annual “Queen’s Speech” to unveila new statutory proposal to regulate allmedia operatinginher realm, one provision of which was the creation of the “Office of Communications” (Ofcom) to monitor and punish television outlets which exhi...Read more of this blog post »
Week Two of our blurb blitz tour continues:
Amazon Gift Card Giveaway
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Sean Michael, BA and I are going to Disney for a few days ahead of time. Kiernan Kelly has promised to do Epcot with us.
Thank God for the house sitter.
Downtown Disney had GF fish and chips. OMG
Expect many goofy instagr...Read more of this blog post »
My godson, Shane, is pretty good at technology — especially for a 2 year-old.
He’s very good, for example, at picking up my sister’s phone, finding my picture, and tapping it to call me. A typical call goes like this:
Me: Shane? Is that you?
Shane: Blah blah squeal BLAH!
Me:...Read more of this blog post »
Roxanne Feldman (AKA fairrosa), who is originally from Taiwan, and I are longtime��close friends; she was an early and very��important sounding board for me as I worked through how to tell the story that became Africa is My Home. For both of us the topics of diversity and identity have long been...Read more of this blog post »
What a lovely note! Thank you!!!!
love, another grown-up Lara Jean
But feels a little like a bug…
Maybe dietary. I’ve been skipping a few meals to keep my weight down. Not that I miss them. But today I’m also hungry.
My new novel, The Lovers of Amherst, is now out (published as Amherst in the US). It’s in some ways my love letter to the poet Emily Dickinson, who I first encountered over forty years ago. Her poems shock and thrill me as much today as they did then. She herself is so unfathomable that I’ve been...Read more of this blog post »
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