I've happily had some great guests, spotlight posts or reviews to do lately, which means I've neglected my own books. So to remedy the situation I'm going to be posting about one book each day for the next three days.
I'll start with The Guardian of the Globe Blurb
After buying a beautiful snow gl... Read more of this blog post »
When you’re writing a novel in first person, how do you write exposition without it sounding weird and unnatural?
Vicky posted this questionon my “Ask A Question For My Blog” page:
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How do you write exposition from the first person without it sounding daft – unlikely the character would be thinking...
مرة أخري لا تجدي الحلول العميقة نفعا ، ليس علي هذه الأرض...
هناك تلك الفئة الجحيمية من المشاكل التي يصعب الهروب منها ، ببساطة لأنك جزء من المشكلة ذاتها ، كونك ما أنت عليه ، تلك الفئة تجعلك علي الدوام في حالة لجوء لحلول غير منطقية تزيد الأمر سوءا...
بيك قال شيئا عن الأخطاء المعرفية ، عن كو... Read more of this blog post »
Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen. John Steinbeck
Welcome LGBT AuthorTheo Fenraven to the blog with an exclusive short story just for us.
We were running late, and when we saw the elevator open across the lobby, we darted straight toward it and inside, smiling at each other as the doors shut.
Only a few more minutes, and it would be d...Read more of this blog post »
I wanted to let everyone know about a great new blog that is really taking off right now. It’s the clean indie reads blog. Even though it’s only about a week, the hits are really coming in–and so are the authors. People who write clean books are coming together to help readers find them. There is...Read more of this blog post »
I've had numerous new releases since my past post, but here's my most rec... Read more of this blog post »
For our first wedding anniversary Will and I went to a bed and breakfast, complete with alpaca farm, in New Jersey. For our second anniversary we went to a bed and breakfast, complete with alpaca farm, in Maine. For our third anniversary, we went to Costco.
It did not have an alpaca farm.
It wasn’t...Read more of this blog post »
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Don't worry if the cover pic isn't the same, Smashwords doesn't allow 3D cover images.
I have a great price of just a buck on Amazonas I wait for them to price-match this bundle to FREE! Why,... Read more of this blog post »
This week I'm excited to welcome Jennifer Snyder as my guest on Authors Tell All! She has a skinny dipping excerpt featuring Addison and Kace from Catalyst. If you love New Adult paranormal, you have to check out this new series!
Also, If this excerpt gets you in the skinny dipping mood, The Haza... Read more of this blog post »
I got a chance to see the wonderfully creepy cover art today for the upcoming “Dead North” anthology – a collection of zombie tales set in Canada (my “Dead Drift” included) from Exile Editions. It thrills me to bits to have my stories in Canadian anthologies. This will be my second, along with th...Read more of this blog post »
All the girls had ugly gym uniforms? And wore tennis shoes not $200 Nike's!
It took three minutes for the TV to warm up?
Nobody owned a purebred dog?
When a quarter was a decent allowance?
You'd reach into a muddy gutter for a penny?
Your Mom wore nylons that came in two p... Read more of this blog post »
After the publication of each of my three books, I’ve noticed a pattern of support that is sufficiently remarkable to note with the thought that the experience of other authors may be similar or quite different.
After garnering reviews from professional critics and after maki... Read more of this blog post »
Two years ago today, I clicked on a button that changed my life.
I became an Indie Author with that single click.
I watched the world react to Emma’s story. I heard every single cry of anguish. I read every single word questioning why I would end a book that way. I received every single ema...Read more of this blog post »
When I wrote After Math, I wrote it as a standalone book. I’d never written a contemporary romance, and honestly, wasn’t sure I could pull it off. Even in the middle of writingAfter Math, I wasn’t sure I was going to pull it off.
The day I announced to the world I was writing a new adult romance a...Read more of this blog post »
pirated my stuff, because they feel kind of bad about it, and wonder if they
can pay me somehow. (Except one time when a guy said he’d pirated a compilation
of “100 Great E-Books” and he just wanted to let me know I was in i... Read more of this blog post »
Squee!! My book, Rich In Love, will be out soon.
Here's the verse I used for the book and a blurb.
John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life."
When Ann Thomas is summoned to... Read more of this blog post »
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I don't agree with everything he writes, but
nonetheless am really pleased to see Fivecoat's article, because it is exactly
the type of work I hop...
There it is, up above, St. Francis Xavier School in Winooski, Vermont. Yes, I went to Catholic school. Yes, I have conflicted feelings about that. Yes, I have stories to tell. But never did I doubt that everybody involved was doing their best to educate me.
Skip forward fifty years.
Today after h... Read more of this blog post »
I just ate three five chocolates to celebrate the fact that my book’s cover design is finally approved. This was more than a three month process. The talented artists at Simon&Schuster went through four designs before resulting in this one:
I like the bold red and gold, the cozy, interesting...Read more of this blog post »
To celebrate, I’m over at Virginia Nelson’s blog http://virginianelson.blogspot.com/ and I’m with the lovely Pat McDermott at http://acrosstheplainofshiningbooks.b... drop by to say hi and comment for the chance to win... Read more of this blog post »
It’s no secret I’m a planner while many of my crit partners are pansters and while I’m not the most organized person in the world, inside my little world of writing...I am. When I take on a new project I have several strategies in mind before I even write the first word.
And yes, I’m just weird e... Read more of this blog post »
With FALL's release I wanted to be able to offer JUMP at a discounted price and finally it has been changed on the websites.
Although, I've written FALL as a stand alone, there is a lot of play between Waleron and Delara in the first 2 books. I highly recommend... Read more of this blog post »