The Novel Approach Giveaway and post by me about cruises.
Joyfully Jay Giveaway and post by me about head hopping and POVs.
Natural Bri- Pursuits of Life. Giveaway, excerpt, and review. Read more of this blog post »
Blake Adler is back in town on a mission. Years ago Blake's father cut him out of his life so completely that he never spoke of him. Now that his father has passed away, Blake finally gets to meet his younger brother and sister. But Blake didn't come back to Meadowview for a reunion with his los... Read more of this blog post »
Моя новая работа закончена.
Скоро, уже через пару часов, я отформатирую текст и вышлю его Вам по электронной почте.
Как я уже говорила, это очень важное для меня творение. Оно во многом заставило меня вырасти как писателя, да и как человека тоже. В нем главный акцент на персонажах... Read more of this blog post »
In ancient India, more than anywhere else in the world, sex was a matter of discussion, study and research. Kamasutra is a product of this free thinking. People regarded sex to be sacred; worship of lingam and yoni and architectural display of sexual acts on the walls o... Read more of this blog post »
This is basic stuff from Daily Writing Tips, but I'm always shocked when novice writers don't know about them.
A reader asked;
I’m confused: What’s the difference between Submissions and Query Letters and Cover Let... Read more of this blog post »
"We have examined this, and it is true. So hear it and apply it to yourself."
How many times have we gone to worship or listened on TV to a minister/priest/rabbi/imam and believed everything he said because the... Read more of this blog post »
As of today, I've reached 7% funding on my Indiegogo campaign. I'm feeling very cheery with 11 days to go. I hope to see some surging towards the end, but love everything the universe is providing now through my gracious backers!
Please check me out if you haven'... Read more of this blog post »
PRLog - May 26, 2015 - SAN DIEGO -- The Writing/Publishing Winner "Phantastic Fiction A Shamanic Approach to Story" is author Matt... Read more of this blog post »
Susan Mac Nicol, international best-selling author of Saving Alexander and Worth Keeping
RIVERDALE, NEW YORK, March 26, 2015 -- Riverdale Ave... Read more of this blog post »
Hi - Tiffany here. OK, maybe I watch too many movies, but there is something exciting about an office romance. Maybe he’s the gorgeous new guy who makes your heart race and distracts you from your deadline, or the sweet, ador... Read more of this blog post »
My high school required students wear a uniform: white collar shirt, red-striped tie, and black sweater, pants and shoes. There were the usual puritanical restrictions about sk... Read more of this blog post »
The sky-strata grow wider for the asking.You ask if you want to be the shepherd in mountains to negotiate endless spaces.Your flock... Read more of this blog post »
"Mr. Garelick questions the validity and practicality of many current education-school instructional beliefs and preferences, such as “explain your answer”, “do not memorize or you w... Read more of this blog post »
That doesn’t mean that having the dream is enough. Nor is it easy getting there. I took a lot of baby steps before I got to the end result. Those steps started over ten years ago.
My first manuscript was finished within a year o... Read more of this blog post »
by Gennita Low, Stacey Mosteller, R.J. Lewis, L. Wilder, Victoria Danann, Kym Grosso, Cat Miller, Mimi Barbour, Clarissa Wild, Teresa Gabelman, Linda Barlow, Helen Scott Taylor, Victoria James, Mona Risk, Patrice Wilton, Joan Reeves, Danielle Jamie, Terri Marie, Lorhainne Eckhart ,...
That'll change on June 15th... Read more of this blog post »
So, kinda in honor of just picking up Uprooted . . . which should be arriving in thirty seconds or so given the magic of electrons . . . let me draw you to this guest post by Naomi Novik over at Fantasy Book Café.
The post is about flow; that is: “My very favorite thing about writing — about al...Read more of this blog post »
It is occasionally hard to think what to write about when attempting to keep up a weekly post here on my "Tuesday Talk" slot.
Often I take the easy option and invite guests to write something.
(I'm open to volunteers!) but today I want to highlight our Village Shop.
Chittlehamholt is a... Read more of this blog post »
Guest post by Bruce Gorton.
There are relatively few things which anger me more than child abuse.
When I read about Josh Duggar’s abuse of his own sisters, my blood ran cold.
When I read Christians defending it, by saying he was “playing doctor” with his sisters, my blood ran colder.
When I read...Read more of this blog post »
I could tell you its been a crazy time in DiTerlizziland, but I think I’ve finally realized its always crazy time here.
I’ve come to lean on the convenience of social media for sharing Post-it notes and Polaroids of my news and information. I assume that is how most of us keep track of the things...Read more of this blog post »
Since his book is such a bestseller I also appreciate his high endorsement of the Outsider Test for Faith.
He described it and wrote, "This rational and quasi... Read more of this blog post »
I suppose I could have called this a cover re-reveal, but I’m feeling dramatic. So, why the cover change? I’ve been getting some feedback from fellow authors and some readers that the original covers weretoo sweet for the content in the books. I agreed, but also really liked the original covers....Read more of this blog post »
Klikk på bildet for å komme til bildekilden.
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A few weeks ago, at the launch party for What Keeps You Up At Night, I got to sit down and chat with Shawn Johnson for a few minutes and talk to her about her thoughts on success and how we should define it. I love how, despite her many accomplishments (including an Olympic Gold Medal), she’s sti...Read more of this blog post »
By Jody Hedlund,@JodyHedlund
My oldest is graduating from high school. So I'm in the midst of planning a big graduation party for him. I'm not super creative when it comes to parties (apparently I use up all my creativity in my stories!). So our party will be pretty standard without a lot of b... Read more of this blog post »
Speaking of which, you can find my schedule on the Phoenix Comicon sit... Read more of this blog post »
A slew of new releases on the life of the architect Le Corbusier have shone a light on his fascistic leanings and the apologists who still defend him. In this polemical piece, originally published in Le Monde,Marc Perelman, wonders why organisations like Le Corbusier Foundation and the Pompidou C...Read more of this blog post »
Is this the most soft-on-drugs government Britain has ever had? I mean in terms of the penetration of its higher levels by people who have already decided that surrender to the drugs lobby is wise and right, so ensuring that arguments for serious prevention are sidelined and ignored, and a 45-yea...Read more of this blog post »
So much I needed to do, so much I needed to do, and I was lucky if I could focus on a movie in front of me. If I was really on my game, I could knit and focus on the movie in front of me. Holy bats, crapman, I haven't been that sick in a long time.
This... Read more of this blog post »
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