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“Hello to you too Bri.” I reply and smile because this girl is always too damn happy, which is probably why I keep her aroun... Read more of this blog post »
“Paul - you have an amazing way with words! You are a great communicator and have a gift of getting your reader excited.
I have looked at both of your web sites and I am blown away!! You are doing such AMAZING and WONDERFUL t... Read more of this blog post »
by Peter Toohey
Thank You for This Moment: A Story of Love, Power, and Betrayal
by Valérie Trierweiler, translated from the French by Clémence Sebag
Love makes the world go round, says the poet, while the cynic says it’s money; and Peter Toohey constructs an entertaining arg...Read more of this blog post »
"That’s always been part of my goal — to show the dark side of women. Men write about bad men all the time, and they’re called antiheroes. A theme that has always interested me is how women express anger, how women express violence. That is very much part of who women are, and it’s so unaddressed... Read more of this blog post »
If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you can download my latest book as well as other e-books written by me from Smashwords.
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Earrings. The story is all in your head.
I don't even wear a watch and I want this one!
Grammar police necklace :)
Hmm... Which one would you choose?
Cute! Now this one I could make with a little bit of polymer clay :)
And this would be fun to personalize with your favorite quote :) Read more of this blog post »
My ninety day exclusivity term is just about up for books one through three in The Guardians of the Realms Series. I've decided to republish them at Barnes & Noble and Smashwords (which will distribute to Kobo and Ibooks) through Piercing Ecstasy's release on January 31, 2015. Af... Read more of this blog post »
to make Broken People free for two days for Christmas only the weekend before
that. I wanted to give my readers a present, and if other people downloaded it,
Since the time was short and the book had been released for
only a mo... Read more of this blog post »
Love that TNA is sticking to their guns and moving away from star ratings.
Originally posted on The Novel Approach :
Before...Read more of this blog post »
It’s the 27th of December 2014. My book, Playing Hard To Forget, was released yesterday from Dreamspinner Press. I’ve made some sales and gotten some really nice reviews. Not bad for someone who is literally right out of the starting gate. I’ve been making the rounds around the Dreamspinner Blog,...Read more of this blog post »
It’s that time of the year—Top Ten lists for 2014. I thought I’d get mine done as I want to boast about some spectacular books I’ve read. I will add, these are the books I read, and in some cases, they may not have been published/released in 2014. If it was the first book of... Read more of this blog post »
I just wanted to jot some of my faves down. Of course, there are heaps more I enjoyed, but these are ones that particularly stuck out.
Some of the books are older ones that I only discovered t... Read more of this blog post »
'Poets Can't Sing" is no... Read more of this blog post »
Hello all! The fabulous Enchantress of Books Blog Tours will be arranging a blog tour for Rise & Fall, the fourth THIRDS book and signups are now open. The tour will run from February 2nd to Feb 15th. If you’re interested in hosting me on your website or blog, please sign up here:
Thank you Lea Franczak for reading and reviewing "The Prince," which releases January 20th.
It's already available for preorder thru Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Prince-Gabriels...
I hope your holidays... Read more of this blog post »
Read an excerpt. Read Rankine's interview "Blackness as the Second Person." Now read the book.
A Project for Future Children
Like Citizen, this book is a hybrid, thriving somewhere between poetry and prose. Appropriate, as its subject is the "Bengali wo... Read more of this blog post »
This year, I spent Christmas morning walking the hills. It was a truly amazing day ��� dry air and no cloud made the sunlight sharp and intense. We watched the first light flood the Severn plain with colour and paint the beech trees in startling reds. There were ravens. What had, recently, been a...Read more of this blog post »
The companion novel Every Time I Think of You, was also listed, since the reviewer gave both books a write-up, even though that was published in late 2011.
This keeps me going, along... Read more of this blog post »
It has been over a month since the twins were born and Cree and Dawn are eager to have a night alone. But a problem arises that threatens not only their...Read more of this blog post »
Asher comes in and he's wearing white, which apparently doesn't suit him. Great. He's hiding behind his hair, as usual. Can someone explain this to me? Because I used to have hair down to my ass and I couldn't have hid half my face behind it reliably. Part of why I cut it... Read more of this blog post »
And here is the finished cover for Stone’s Song (The Avatars Bk.2) Yes, I finally published Lillian and Gregory’s second novel. I know, I’m slow. lol. But better late than never, right?
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Written for Jo Bell’s 52: Write a poem a week and the theme is … A leave-taking
Do not forget the ashes of flame of once a wandering summer’s rain
Do not forget the simple times when magic of life sing...
First, Turnbull House was designated a Runner up for a Rainbow Award.
Now The Novel Approach has named Turnbull House as one of it's Best of 2014.
If you liked TH, or any of my other books, why not give it some Goodreads love? Reviews sell books, so... Read more of this blog post »
See the young man to the left? His name is Mrat (at least when he poses for porno stills) and I find his beauty almost unearthly. These photos I have posted here this morning were probably taken five years ago, when Mrat was eighteen or nineteen.
I wonder where Mrat is toda...Read more of this blog post »
I'd like to add that I wrote this story in 2011, and that it was originally published on the #amwriting blog by Johanna Harness, more than THREE years before Steven Moffat released his version of the Moon-turned-bird in the Doctor Who episode Kill the Moon.
They said they didn’t know earlier becau... Read more of this blog post »
Welcome to this issue of the Carnival of the Indies blog carnival. This issue is for December, 2014. We welcome your submissions on topics related to writing, self-publishing, book design or marketing books.
A collection of outstanding articles recently posted to blogs, your reading here will b...Read more of this blog post »
**This is an Adult Romance and is not suitable for younger readers due to its mature content and strong language.**
Dark Creatures have descended upon Earth and Abaddon has taken control. He wants Liasare as his own mate because she is the Key to the Light. With her by his side, he can manipula... Read more of this blog post »
The year is almost over and I can’t believe it. SO many things happened to me this year and yet it felt like nothing happened at all. I truly believe that many years feel like that though. I thought I’d go back and see what happened this year. And you know me and numbers, so let’s start with th...Read more of this blog post »
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If I get around to writing a “Best Reads of 2014″ post, one of the books I’ll wax most rhapsodic about is Summer Chaparral, a historical romance with an unusual late-19th-century Southern California setting, featuring some marvelously assured prose and characterization from debut author Genevieve...Read more of this blog post »
Adventures in Censorship
A blog post by Rocky Wood, 29 May 2013
On Tuesday US time Facebook notified Lisa Morton, Greg Chapman and myself that the Facebook page for our graphic novel, 'Witch Hunts: A Graphi... Read more of this blog post »
My day job exposes me to a great deal of literature and communication from “activist” Christians—folks who are very (VERY) heavily concerned with social injustices, sex trafficking, poverty alleviation, and other causes (which, y’know, we should be concerned about). However, whenever I read book...Read more of this blog post »
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