Dear Gentle Readers,
Today is David Tennant's Birthday. The Scottish actor, best known for Dr. Who and Broadchurch, has done more than any actor of our time to make the works of William Shakespeare appealing to our young (and not so young) people.
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Lorenzo Olarte participó como ponente en el Illes Baleares, compartiendo mesa redonda con el Secretario General del Instituto Noos, Miguel Tejeiro y el miembro del Comité Científico de Noos y profesor de ESADE, Joan Quintana. Durante su estancia en Palma se le vio frecuentemente en compañía de...Read more of this blog post »
Are you a writer? You are? Great. I’m sure you know that as a writer, especially a new one, you’ll need reviews. Reviews drive sales, and give your book(s) credibility. But, when you’re first starting out, reviews are like the Holy Grail. Very difficult to find. But getting reviews doesn’t have...Read more of this blog post »
Just picked up The Pause by the inimitable John Larkin. An important book by a brave, funny, brilliant writer - and person. If the first few pages are anything to go by, it’s typically great.Read more of this blog post »
Almost finished the beta draft of the sequel to 'War To The Knife'. Look for this one in mid-May.
It's been tricky to make it work, because I've had to cover the process of a small resistance group rebuilding their off-planet resources from scratch, developing a fleet presence with warships and t... Read more of this blog post »
A lot of people don’t think before they vote. They just vote for the party that they have always for or, even worse, the party that their parents voted for. Some people even vote for the party that might come second because they don’t like the other party.
In NW Hampshire, around 30,000 voters wo...Read more of this blog post »
For all the single submissives out there looking for love, I get it. No really, I do. You yearn to submit to a Dominant, and it seems like finding the right one is nearly impossible. Many of you will take what you can get because you don’t think you deserve better. Others don’t seem to […]
The po...Read more of this blog post »
The Labyrinth by Dorian Zari
This was a pretty absorbing read. The pacing was slow to begin with, but after Id read about a half of the book, things started happening very quickly and I felt it was harder to put down.
For a little about Dorian Zari, heres an excerpt f...Read more of this blog post »
Yes, it’s official, everybody!
I have started abusiness. Me. An actual business.
And that business is… -drum roll- books!
Who would’ve guessed?
But, no, really! I’ve started an actual freelance print book design business,Knite and Day Design.
I noticed a while ago that print book formatting isnot a fi...Read more of this blog post »
Eleven days to go until Black Iris hits stores. You may have heard rumors that this book contains girl-on-girl action. Well, let me put your mind to rest: all the rumors are true. Check out this gorgeous teaser for a taste.
How do you like that hotness? Blythe sorta makes ovaries...Read more of this blog post »
I would LOVE to have you join me in the reveal! It should be lots of fun and I’m especially excited to releas...Read more of this blog post »
“Nadia? Come quick Ruloth and Hirador are at it again. I think they might hurt each other. I can’t get them to stop.”
“That’s what we get for having two male dragons instead of a mated pair,” Nadia huffed as she got to her feet.
“Hurry please,” Clara said anxiou... Read more of this blog post »
Yet 13 years ago I was in the ICU, beside Grace... Read more of this blog post »
I recently shared some of my research on self-publishing with my local writing group, Alberta Romance Writers' Association. Victoria Smith, wh... Read more of this blog post »
Starrkitty wastes no time putting Lola in her place! ‘You’ll do this scene as written or Jamie Gemini takes over the role. I’ve had it up to here with your inane, nonsensical demands. This production has been mire... Read more of this blog post »
Took the kids downtown today to the Statue of Liberty. Blu said go ahead, it's a slow Wednesday morning and they need a history lesson that starts before 1958.
So down we go until we’re there, looking up at her. I told them about Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, who created the st... Read more of this blog post »
Memories linger of a city on the sea where the waves beat black granite rocks.The white surf of an ocean which stretches to dista... Read more of this blog post »
So this coming week I have pu... Read more of this blog post »
Meanwhile, I have finished the first draft of a novel completely unrelated to the Pivot-verse. I have taken a week o... Read more of this blog post »
I just finished “Dog Without a Shadow” and was particularly taken with the artwork. What attracted you... Read more of this blog post »
Pretty Dancer by Cora Graham
A story about a girl who pours everything she has into her dancing. Her dream? To get accepted into The Elite Academy of Dance, and spend the rest of her life dancing on... Read more of this blog post »
Really quick: thank you for your kind words about Writer Wednesdays so far. I’m always just a little bit nervous when I try out a new thing, and feedback from you guys helps me know if what I’m doing is worth it. So, thank you.
Last week I read John... Read more of this blog post »
Le Roi de fer (the “Iron King”) ruled France with an iron fist, financing his costly, incessant wars by shaking down the Church, Jews, bankers, and the Knights Templar. When Pope Boniface VIII protested His Royal Highness’s heavy tax on the clergy, Philip accused h... Read more of this blog post »
Upon the king! let us our lives, our souls,Our debts, our careful wives,Our children and our sins lay on the king!We must bear all. O hard condition,Twin-born with greatness, subject to the breathOf every fool, whose sense no more can feelBut his own wringing! What infinite heart'... Read more of this blog post »
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