(Helen Mirkin 3)
Back in Tel Aviv, DI Helen Mirkin has joined the National Serious and International Crimes Unit. An Interpol alert regarding an international ring involved in selling counterfeit drugs to fund terrorist activities leads to a cascade of events in... Read more of this blog post »
Following further self-editing, based on the comments of a beta reader, I have sent the manuscript of my 11th novel to a manuscript assessor. I’m satisfied with its progress to that extent.
The story idea started off very simply – the protag... Read more of this blog post »
During that time, most of it spent alone, the journey transformed into a pilgrimage of sorts... Read more of this blog post »
April: New Pompeii was published in the Czech Republic (as Nove Pompeje, with a fancy new cover). My website also includes a fun book trailer produced by the publisher. http://www.daniel-godf... Read more of this blog post »
Don't everyone all stampede over there at once. We don't want the sever to crash, or w... Read more of this blog post »
It’s here, the time is finally here! At last I can show you the cover I’ve been holding on to for months!
Locke and Keye (Dark Victoriana Collection Book 2)
Coming September 7, 2017
“Brothers in the art of keeping secrets.” This is the mantra Mr. Locke’s carefully chosen...Read more of this blog post »
Not long now till the new book is published! The ebook is going to be #FREE and yes there will be a giveaway on Goodreads at some point.
Hope the... Read more of this blog post »
"How great you are, O Sovereign Lord! There is no one like you, and there is no God but you, as we have heard with our own ears."
How do we know there is no God but the God of the Bible that we... Read more of this blog post »
Summer is here, and I look forward to a new joy this year: seeing my late father’s pride and joy, Pegasus, fly the skies again.
When my father passed away last year, I sold his custom hot air balloon to help pay for his final arrangements. My father hadn’t fl... Read more of this blog post »
I hope you enjoy this true story, which highlights the power o... Read more of this blog post »
If you loved it and can't wait for more, head over to the Get in Touch page and leave your email address. In return, I'll send you Chapter 1 of Stolen, the next book. The book isn't finished yet, but the... Read more of this blog post »
My son, who’s almost four, finished preschool in late June. He’d been attending for two hours a day, Monday through Thursday – just a taste of school, a chance for him to be in the classroom with kids his own age. It was a successful year for him, so there was a lot to celebrate on the last day...Read more of this blog post »
Just cutting in to my almost daily posts from Beer Club 3: It's Not as Bad as you Might Think (the new story I'm working on) to thank all the readers who have expressed an interest in Pain Center the Novel! My July Giveaway just closed, and the winners have been selected.
Right on... Read more of this blog post »
Cultures, nations, religions and races often and mostly overlap, as in the picture below.
This is why some uninformed people such as Ben Affleck (in this example) think that criticizing religion is racist. No, it is not.
- Criticizing (particular) cultures is not racist, ev... Read more of this blog post »
Until these numbers refer to you.
567221 is how I’m known.
My life is that of mere existence.
Just another number,
A lost soul you could say.
Tears dried up,
Lives moved on.
Every day is a struggle,
It’s hard for me to carry on.
But I think of the day that freedo... Read more of this blog post »
Geek writing/publishing craft time: basically my first day after deciding to join this year���s Pitchwars, I won a (luck-of-the-draw) query critique from the amazing Alicia Clancy! Alicia���s an Assistant Editor at St. Martin���s Press, Pitchwars mentor for the YA group and happens to be on my on...Read more of this blog post »
Authors are used to creating alone, but most creative industries work in teams and this is spreading into the writing industry in the growth of co-writing.Read more of this blog post »
Sometimes love is the most addictive habit of all.
Dan Rothberg struggled after an accident killed his wife and he nearly lost custody of his daughter. He can no longer allow himself to get attached to anything or anyone. Until he meets Hannah.
Hannah Cohen is a yo... Read more of this blog post »
Reign of Shadows zette ik destijds op mijn goodreads TBR omdat ik het omslag zo belachelijk mooi vond. En toen vond ik het boek goedkoop op de Bookdepository en toen moest en zou ik hem kopen. En dit bleek absoluut geen miskoop te zijn. Luna is de dochter van de vermoorde koning en koningin en […...Read more of this blog post »
A man who served in Vietnam and suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Injury wrote me that Last of the Annamese moved him. He told me he’s considering working with other veterans who struggle with the trauma. I urged him to use his experience to help others. And I told him of my experience.
As I’ve s...Read more of this blog post »
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Recently divorced and trying to make sense of her new life, Anne takes her daughter Aida on an overnight bushwalk in the moody wilderness of Wilsons Promontory. In a split second, Aida disappears and a frantic Anne scrambles for help. Some of the emergency...Read more of this blog post »
I felt compelled to share this with you all. My husband and I have witnessed many marvels of nature during our time on the British inland waterways. There have been numerous occasions when we have observed the sweetest evidence of new life.
A few weeks ago, we set off for a four- day round trip f...Read more of this blog post »
"What are you best tips for writing a book? I just started writing one, so I would love some advice."
Well, my dear. Feel free to follow up here with more specific questions about your own writing process, but my first instincts (after mull...Read more of this blog post »
by Garry Kasparov
For autocrats, angry denial is the first phase of responding to accurate charges against them. “No! Never! A complete fabrication!”
As evidence accumulates, this shifts to feigning ignorance and claiming misunderstanding, along with attempt...Read more of this blog post »
Harlequin’s Riddle – Book 1 of the Tales of Tarya
Written by Rachel Nightingale
Published By Odyssey Books
I wasn’t entirely certain what to expect when I opened this book. Which is exactly how I like my books to be. If a book has a pretty premise, a pretty cover (and wow, what...Read more of this blog post »
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