ByMrs Michelle Nora Medhaton May 2, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
A View from the Sixth Floor is an amazing read. It starts out a story about loving, kind people in their twilight years, looking out and carin... Read more of this blog post »
Congrats to Suna (KiwiLover25 on Instagram and Twitter) on the beautiful cover! She has won an ARC (advanced reader's copy) of Diamonds are Fore... Read more of this blog post »
I truly believe, after exhausted investigation of my gradual sales slump to nothing, and given the fact that I am a relentless and heavy promoter (for all my books) who belongs to nearly 30 s... Read more of this blog post »
Ms. Joan G:
My dear friend, I mean this sincerely. The book that Michael wrote is wonderful. I could feel his joy, his dismay,his hope, his love and especially his faith. You are my... Read more of this blog post »
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i just finished reading the book All the Bright Places and jenniferniven broke my heart into pieces and crushed it into dust, and left me lying in bed crying and will be for days. –It was such a LOVELY book and definitely worth the read!
Win a copy of Every Last Word By Tamara Ireland Stone AND a $50 Visa Gift Card! Enter at girlzone.comRead more of this blog post »
As always, this schedule is subject to change, depending upon marketing strategies, travel/conventions, financial considerations, other business considerations, Life, etc.! I’ll be at Arizona Dreamin’ at the end of May. Stephanie (helper elf) will have FREE “Omega” ARC paperbacks at RT mid-May...Read more of this blog post »
I expect it to be released by June 2015. If you want to be one of the first to know when Prophecy is released and have access to an exclusive giveaway of a copy of the book on Amazon.com, please sign up for my ne... Read more of this blog post »
Everything we do creates ripples--positive or negative.
In A Splash of Kindness: The Ripple Effect of Compassion, Courage & Character I examine the positive ripples that result from kindness. I share stories of people who benefited from caring coaches, involved parents, committed teachers, a... Read more of this blog post »
I heard this, but which Batgirl? Which one!
I want Cass!
I’ve been in recovery from my childhood abuse for thirty years. For the last 18 years I’ve worked with thousands of survivors as both a therapist and a trauma recovery coach. Healing from childhood abuse is a complicated, lengthy and tricky process. Survivors need a lot of help and support to...Read more of this blog post »
What is the story about?
It starts off as a love story, a fantasy in the mind of the female protagonist come true. Her name is Sara. She suffers from mental illness, hears voices, and one of the voice... Read more of this blog post »
My blogging has changed over the years. And though I’ve had moments of thinking aboutjust chuck the whole thing, I’ve never wanted to quit blogging.
Sometimes, it’s possible to get too navel-gazey about...Read more of this blog post »
Before I focused on child welfare law, I spent about ten years in the Washington, DC, area, working for what the locals call, “Beltway Bandits.” These are the companies who live off federal contracts. Some were small, but most were large. Very large. Before I opened my own law practice, I worked...Read more of this blog post »
(A gifty for lbardugo ) Looking forward to the new book GURL
Such a beautiful gifty!!!!Read more of this blog post »
Today is Krissie’s Birthday!
We’re going to Kathy’s for breakfast where we’re going to discuss our books in progress and the possibility of restarting ReFab, now that we’re not suicidal any more. (Krissie’s winter was much worse than mine; mine was much worse that I realized at the time, we’re bot...
1. Aesthetically unappealing markets in everything. Repulsive to some, but even worse clicking on the link will activate a video and some noise.
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I saw the trailer for Tucker and Dale VS Evil last year, and I knew I had to get it on DVD eventually. We finally found a copy last week, and I thought it was fantastic. I love how the classic teenagers going out in the woods trope is subverted because the “evil rednecks” are actually just normal...Read more of this blog post »
If you missed the last weeks snippet from
The Gryphon & His Thief, here's the link.
Set up for this week: Most humans cannot perceive the Otherworldly realm, but Darrien cloaks his true self as he searches for Calli. He must hurry. Once the sun rises,...Read more of this blog post »
KING OF THE BASTARDS by Brian Keene & Steven Shrewsbury
Extreme horror meets extreme sword & sorcery!
Rogan has been many things in his life as an adventurer — a barbarian, a thief, a buccaneer, a rogue, a lover, a reaver, and most recently, a king. Now, this prehistoric bane of wizards an...Read more of this blog post »
I started working on it sometime in December and... Read more of this blog post »
That’s awesome! Jack or Bethany, both would be fun. You could stick your hand in a book for Bethany, though, so I might be tempted to go with her. And thanks Pinky, glad you like the cover!
I've been struggling a lot with what we should do. Obviously, Bryan's looking for a new job. He's applying and has his f... Read more of this blog post »
Last night I promised you a new version of The Methuselah Strain. Here’s the buying link for the publisher’s store.
And below isthe entry from Fantastic Books Publishing relating to The Methuselah Strain:
As the Prime Renegade plans the disabling of automatic sys...Read more of this blog post »
This is incredible^
Remember that time I wrote a tumblr post about fandom and parasocial relationships?
If you enjoyed that post, check out my TEDx talk on psychology and the relat...Read more of this blog post »
Last week, I returned from being away to learn that NZ Book Month had been indefinitely postponed, coming on top of the NZ Book Awards having been postponed until 2016 for lack of an anchor sponsor.
Support for literature, books, and reading is, it seems, at an all time low ebb in Aotearoa-...Read more of this blog post »
That award has prompted angry exchanges between literary heavywe... Read more of this blog post »
Wind is invisible; known only by its effects. When surrounding trees are still, we conclude that there is no wind. If we live by a lake or on the seashore we gauge the winds intensity by the height of the waves.
Like the wind, the Holy Spirit is invisible; We discern His presence by His effects. S...Read more of this blog post »
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Last week, Quentin Barnes sat on the bench as Becka “The Wrecka” Montagne lined up at Quarterback and led the undefeated Krakens to a narrow one-point win over Buddha City. Will Quentin’s concussion keep him off the field for this week’s tilt against rival...Read more of this blog post »
I was going to pick ten, but then I overshot.
I was feeling like I should do a list for authors I love but I haven’t read eight or more of their books (because they haven’t necessarily got eight books out yet). So this list is mostly for authors that I couldn’t put on the eight-or-more list, thou...Read more of this blog post »
And watched horror movies.
Now, I'm not usually a fan of horror movies--but I have some exceptions. The Sixth Sense, Signs, Cabin in the Woods, The Ring, Paranormal Activity-- I admit... Read more of this blog post »
Today’s the last of four Sundays where I’ve had the pleasure to run you through some of New Lit Salon Press‘s wonderful science fiction anthology Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond. After being lucky enough to get a sneak peak of it, and loving it, I knew I wanted to try to boost the signa...Read more of this blog post »
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