This sounds like fun! I’ve sent you an ask with instructions for how to obtain a free copy of my novel, at your convenience. Let me know how to get yours, and I’ll get reading as soon as I’m back where my e-reader is!
E ti bucano i timpani, puntuti.
E se ripeti le mie parole, queste incespicano sul tuo palato.
E ti dilaniano la lingua.
E sputi spine.
E la tua bocca pesta richiama una voragine scarlatta.
Sanguino!, sbotti stravolto.
Ma è solo il colore dell'Am... Read more of this blog post »
Con Maknazpy is an odd name, one that was explained in the intricately plotted 2012 debut of his character, "Blood from a Shadow." That anticipated Obama's re-election, full of Iranian intrigue and the current situation that continues to... Read more of this blog post »
Animals do have feelings—I know this for a fact. During one of my astral trips with my spirit guide, Albert, as recounted in my book, Dancing Forever with Spirit, I viewed some segments of my current life in the Akashic Records. In one episode, I got to view a scene from my life as a lawyer in Ca...Read more of this blog post »
People will be snobbish
Something you'll discover early on: when some people hear the words "self publishing," they'll hear "vanity publishing",... Read more of this blog post »
This year I’ll be at BEA May 27-31, 2015 in the Javits Center, New York City. Come visit Booth 2342 to enter more contests for great indie books and prizes.
For more special offers, please email me at devyaschildre... Read more of this blog post »
Hey, just in time for tomorrow’s group read of Angelfall! For today only, the U.S. Kindle versions of Angelfall and World After are on sale on Amazon for only $1.99!
Buy it for a friend and have them join you in the group reread. It’ll be twice the fun when End of Days becomes available. :)
That’s the technical name for the text on the cover image for this blog post, in case you were wondering. It’s a string of typographical symbols used to represent an obscenity or swearword; in my case, several.
And the reason for the cover image?
Some lowlife #$&*%@*%#&$@!!!...Read more of this blog post »
When you become a parent you really begin to deeply understand the... Read more of this blog post »
Authors talk at length about their experiences writing a novel, seeking publication, getting published, etc., but few discuss their first book events.
I am continually amazed at the support of friends and acquai...Read more of this blog post »
In fact, when I think about it, Star Trek has been part of my consciousness for m... Read more of this blog post »
It’s been a long time since I posted this. I keep running into people who tell me it was, for them, a lifechanger or a lifesaver, so I thought I’d put it up again. Everything I know about a life in the arts, in about 20 minutes.
Amazing speech by Neil Gaiman. A recommended watch for a...Read more of this blog post »
“One likes to think there’s something in it, that old platitude amor vincit omnia. But if I’ve learned one thing in my short sad life, it is that that particular platitude is a lie. Love doesn’t conquer everything. And whoever thinks it does is a fool.”Read more of this blog post »
###STERLING SILVER SCISSORS
The sterling silver scissors reflected ambient light as I circled the body. The six-inch tangs had penetrated Oliver Swinson’s torso between the fourth and fifth ribs. Oliver, himself, lay sprawled acr... Read more of this blog post »
Thank you baby! Tbh I wanna be famous too if only so I can make sure my parents are settled, buy a few dozen cats and dogs and live in a cottage with this bearded bloke who I’m soft for
My world was dark and filled with pain.
Loneliness gnawed at my soul.
I found solace in a bottle.
Music was my only refuge . . . until I met her.
She was a dark... Read more of this blog post »
The results of the 2014 Book Pipeline Contest came out today, and I am so pleased to say that Syncing Forward is one of four top finalists! Given that this is my first novel, it is an incredible validation of my work.And the prospect of my book making it to the big (or...Read more of this blog post »
Read. Enjoy. Share. Prepare for Book II.
http://www.amazon.com/MAKING-Selected... Read more of this blog post »
So excited about these that I just had to share. These are the designs my amazing artist at Rock and Hill Studio has done for the pin-badges and bookmarks that I will be taking to sell at all my events this year.
Pin Badge Designs
Zero Pin-Badge design.
Haven Pin-Badge design
T...Read more of this blog post »
I love the covers that Glendon Haddix (of Streetlight Graphics) has been creating for me. They really jump out at you, whether on the cover of the paperback, or as a thumbnail on Amazon. I know from the many compliments I’ve received that lots of others like them too.
So I’m thrilled to show you t...Read more of this blog post »
The first double appeared in August, and... Read more of this blog post »
I arrived at a mansion with a circular driveway and a large garden. The hostess was welcoming, showing me all the South African wines she had bought for the eveni... Read more of this blog post »
Hello and welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors Blog Hop. I missed last week because I was in Seattle channeling my fae self at Mythic Worlds, a delightful playground for authors, artists, wisdom workers and anyone who likes to dress up. I highly recommended it, but I did have time to feel sad Su...Read more of this blog post »
I revealed the cover for my ext book, Saving Samuel yesterday and I just added it onto Goodreads.
It's going up for preorder, which is very exciting, around mid March time and it's due for release on the 3rd of April just in time for the Easter holidays.
Here's the blurb for you. Saving... Read more of this blog post »
Everything I have is free on Smashwords this week in honour of Read an eBook Week - March 1 - 7 2015. If you haven't checked this out before, do it now!! More free and discounted stuff than you can shake a stick at.
Check out my books... Read more of this blog post »
“George III of the United Kingdom” by Allan Ramsay
Of the many historical periods I���ve written in, I must confess that one of my favorites is the Georgian Period. This era runs technically from the ascension to the throne of George I in 1714 and ending with the death of George IV in 1830, altho...Read more of this blog post »
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