Welcome to the first sample chapter of the first BAM, “@”.
You can read it below, or download in a variety of ebook formats.
Our sample begins after our protagonist has handed her decisions over to Twitter, and starts to realise that maybe the groupthink isn’t as friendly as thought it to be.
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A couple that creates common goals is also making an emotional investment in their future together. Having joint goals builds a team mentality that can help smooth over the minor conflicts that occur over time. Like any shard vision or goal for the future, it does not have much meaning unless the...Read more of this blog post »
Up until I started dating Paul, I had a very plain palate. My mother is a picky eater, so we never really had anything adventurous for dinner in our household.
Paul on the other hand, is very adventurous. So needless to say he got a little tired of the fact that all I was ever willing to go to was...Read more of this blog post »
A really exciting reading challenge for 2016 focused on “classic” women’s writing (interpreted broadly). I’m going to participate by reading coming-of-age books. I would love to have some company. Send me an email or write in the comments below if you’d like to join me.
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A giveaway for Saturnalia!
Saturnalia was the Ancient Roman mid-December festival of feasting, gift-giving, and wild partying, when ordinary Romans turned social norms upside down and revelled in pandemonium.
Saturnalia features in Beauty Secrets of The Martyrs, my novella of magic, makeup, crypts,...Read more of this blog post »
‘Humbling and Humility’ acceptance for the Indie ARIZONA module
The multicultural narrative of infidelity, empathy, compassion, and love – Humbling and Humility – was accepted for distribution to libraries in Arizona by the Library Journal Self-e team in July this year. Through this selection, HnH...Read more of this blog post »
Hello! I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated this ol’ blog of mine (outside of the call for chapters I posted last week, anyway), but in my defense I’ve been busy with some other projects. In addition to working on the Pop Culture Lens podcast, I’ve been plugging away on some book projects...Read more of this blog post »
When your husband takes his first bite of dinner and says, “Mmmmmmm” for such a long time that you feel embarrassed.
That’s this recipe.
The recipe that after your own family has drowned you in praise, you know you can also make it for guests because it’s that good. I love finding those recipes, to...Read more of this blog post »
She walks in beauty, treading carefully in her kingdom before she falters and is silenced by the whispers in the ether. Still, surrounded then by sea and air and land she waits and takes her vantage point. Like an armada, the dreams invade and take romantic movement in her soul; daring to cons...Read more of this blog post »
Busy times this holiday season. Besides attending multiple Thanksgiving engagements, updating various pages on the blog, and the varied, necessary promotional duties necessary for the recent book launch of Nightglory, I finished up the latest editing pass of the urban supernatural story and sent...Read more of this blog post »
Why do we atheists reject
religious belief, and consider it irrational? Here is a survey of some of the
explanations that have been offered by the religious. They’re not good. This is
part of a forthcoming book chapter - it’s article length.
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How reasonable is it for the religious to believe the ce...
Joachim Véliocas interviewé par Benoit Dutrizac le 19 novembre 2015.
Giveaway ends December 17, 2015.
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Manyof you probably know that in September Rupert Murdoch recent acquired the long-esteemed magazine National Geographic. And when he did so, he fired dozens of its employees, stirring up worries about what would happen to the magazine. As Reverb Press noted:
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The National Geographic Society has l...
Can you believe it? A Cook’s Tale, Book Two of my series, Ship Logs of the Santa Claus has released! I never thought I’d see all of this happen. Seriously. But here we are!
The blog tour starts this weekend and runs through Dec. 13th. There are excerpts, unique guest posts, and a giveaway for Book...Read more of this blog post »
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