Some of you have already downloaded it this morning and I fear I am responsible for several late to school/work excuses...(*secretly really pleased!*)
Let me know what you think of it.... Read more of this blog post »
Hi Jen! Can you tell us a little about your current release?
Miriam’s Surrender is the second book in my Women of Valor series.... Read more of this blog post »
Then maybe READ the story itself?
Patti is hosting to raise awareness for the Plan B Magazine crowdsourcing campaign. They're looking for big things in Year #3 -- all contributions and word of mouth ar... Read more of this blog post »
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If you haven't seen it yet, Angel Martinez read from an excerpt of... Read more of this blog post »
In my last exciting update, I mentioned that I had to finish two stories by the end of the month. And, yes, both “The Sentient Cherry Cola That Tried To Destroy The World” and “Deformed Son” were finished and mailed off to their respective editors on time. Both tales are at the high end of the si...Read more of this blog post »
From the bathroom of my swanky hotel room in Japan.
1. The pictogram for SPRAY. Wow. Yeah.
2. The pictogram for BIDET suggests that the services of a stuntwoman and/or dolphin might be required.Read more of this blog post »
Hey there all!
I’ve finished the cover for DATING TROUBLE, Susan Miller’s book. It looks epic and I’m dying to show you!!
But this time, I thought I’d do the cover reveal a little different. How about a deal?
Recently, I re-released the second half of Tony&Sam’s book, KISS WITH CHERRY FLAVOR. It...Read more of this blog post »
As a child, I was often awake far into the night, watching the trees across the street sway in the wind. I thought... Read more of this blog post »
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/hakan...
**Ibooks, coming soon!
Hakan never apologizes for being a lethal, barely... Read more of this blog post »
It has been a long journey to get here and while the book has only been live for one week it feels like so much longer than that. The story is so personal to me and comes from an honest place. I can't... Read more of this blog post »
I'm beginning to hear from you about THE LOST KEY -- If you really really went mad over it (and do I ever hope you do!), email me at ReadMoi@gmail.com and tell me -- but only if you went nuts over it.
Good news: THE FINAL CUT, paperback, is #8 on the New York Times Bestseller List --... Read more of this blog post »
I’m trying to find a plug in that’ll share my personal website posts on tumblr, but I’m not sure if the one I found works the way I want. I kind of want to it point people to my website for some reason. Maybe to see how many people read things, maybe so random tumblr people will go “Oh, he writes...Read more of this blog post »
We tend to categorize novels as well or poorly written, popular or unpopular. Perhaps more usefully, we should distinguish those that make the conversation, and those that do not: Jonathan Franzen’s The Corrections became part of the national conversation; Lydia Davis’s short stories, fo...Read more of this blog post »
So, I’m in as a backer for the new version of Chill. Chill is epically fantastic.
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This week, to showcase some of the best of BL's... Read more of this blog post »
The Superversive Literary Movement
Good storytelling. Great ideas.
Greetings, and welcome to the first post of the new Superversive Literary Movement blog, which will appear here on Wednesdays (or occasionally Thursday, if life interferes.)
Our very first post is anintroduction to the concept of Sup...Read more of this blog post »
Hari pertama bulan Januari. Musim dingin seharusnya berada pada puncaknya. Namun, tak ada awan, tak ada angin, tak ada kepingan salju berjatuhan.
Alih-alih, langit malah melukis sebuah aurora: ukiran warna hijau bak intan meliuk seperti asap dan sihir, berpadu dengan langit malam yang kelam, enam... Read more of this blog post »
Sadly I didn't prepare a post in time for the IWSG Anthology. Due partly to lack of computer access and what I can do on the various devices I struggle to get on. Facebook is cool but if I can't blog, use microsoft word or plug in a flash drive....well I can't really do actual work can I? At leas... Read more of this blog post »
Just to help mummy and daddy get through the day… Xx
Long time no blog, huh?
I am writing with some exciting news. MORNINGSIDE has been officially released from its contract, and I've been making some massive edits to the story (quite frankly, the old sucked—pun intended—and the new has a lot more depth, and a lot less errors).... Read more of this blog post »
I like Jon.
Hear me out. We've been viewing Jon from the eyes of Red and Mac. But just think about it:
Jon didn't have a trust fund and he didn't have family connects and yet he's THE MAN on Boston's tech scene.
He's low key and shuns media attention.
He travels the nation with his... Read more of this blog post »
Can’t wait to share Way Down Below Deep, hot off the press, at these fine fall events. Hope to see you there!
October 3 — First Friday in Brunswick, GA. Signing at Brunswick library, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
October 4 — Signing at G.J. Ford Bookshop, St. Simons Island, GA, 1-3 p.m.
October 18–Reading and sign...
I’ve recently joined a local writing group. We start most of the bi-weekly meetings with a quick writing exercise. This week’s task was to select a random picture from a stack, imagine that the person was in front of us, and write his or her backstory. I’ve been thinking about my characters for N...Read more of this blog post »
Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
No Spawn left behind!
I love all of you, so it might be best to hear this from me. Sit down. We need to talk. Writers are….”different.” This might not be news to some of you, but I imagine others of you are in denial. I know I was for ages. We try SO HARD...Read more of this blog post »
More on the threats in a minute.
“Teachers know best,” and “don’t censor my history,” chant the compliant Jefferson County children.
Not according... Read more of this blog post »
It’s just about that time – by Monday, October 6th 2014 my newest release, “Taboo Unchained” will be available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. Shortly thereafter, it will be available on iTunes and Google Play as well. This is a stand-alone book meaning i...Read more of this blog post »
According to Emmy award winning chef and world traveler Anthony Bourdain who recently visited Shanghai: Tim Tse (a resident of Communist China) "is a man of impeccable taste. One of more than a 150,000 Shanghainese billionaires accustome... Read more of this blog post »
I'm super excited to announce that MASK is live for preorder on all Amazon sites! Make sure you get your copy delivered at 12am on release day and preorder today ;)
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Congratulations to last week's WORDLESS WEDNESDAY winner:
I liked her answer entitled: Jana!
Image courtesy of [digitalart] /FreeDigitalPhotos.net
COSMIC LOVE ATTACHMENT
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Wordless Wednesday is actually filled with words--the words, thoughts, and feelings that pictures or images evoke... Read more of this blog post »
It's here!!!! I can't believe it. From today, THE DEVIL'S INTERN (Kirkus star/SLJ star), will be available to buy in bookstores across the US and Canada. This is insane - and brilliant - and insane, and to celebrate, my awesome publisher, Holiday House, is giving away a copy of the book to three... Read more of this blog post »
Every Book Has Its Own JourneyI was told at the beginning of my fiction writing career that every book has its own journey.... Read more of this blog post »
(As previously seen on the HelaWrite blog.)
I’m continuing with the theme of organization, which I wrote about yesterday. Today, I want to focus specifically on digital organization. As the “age” of the Internet has become the norm rather than a breakthrough, all things digital are here to stay....Read more of this blog post »
Author: Barry Stewart Levy
Publisher: Create Space
Very much in the tradition of literary existentialism, Mr. Levy has created a familiar but nonetheless fascinating lost soul searching for life’s true meaning through the relentless pursuit of pleasure... Read more of this blog post »
I don't handle changes well. I like things to stay the same, familiar and safe. But a lot is changing in my life right now and I'm not taking it with goo... Read more of this blog post »
The three terrible things I learned from a dream glimpsing the afterlife were not, at first, obvious.
I woke up hard this morning.
As in, I’d gone so far away I wasn’t sure I’d returned.
I lay in bed for a long time not sure I was awake, and then I lifted my hands up and looked at them closely, lik...Read more of this blog post »
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