This world of judgment is not yet ready to accept their special needs
Sparky wires in their brain prompting them to see things in a different way
Their emotions often run high; our society never misses the chance to give the disapproving eye
Sne... Read more of this blog post »
Welcome to the Flash Mob! I’m so excited, I’ve done this once before and it was a ton of fun. Below are the updates for Facebook/ Tweets for Twitter. My goal is to have these things flood the internet! What happe... Read more of this blog post »
You don’t bother with the forecast in case there’s the slightest chance of frost and you need to be heading for the grocery whether you need anything or not.You don’t have to worry about a pesky cold snap below 70 degrees. You consider the first day of deer season a holiday.You have witched from... Read more of this blog post »
So I’ve been moving. For nearly a month now, I’d say, because it’s not done until most (not necessarily all!) of the boxes are unpacked and most of the stuff is found and a place found for it.
It’s been exhausting, trying to do it and work full-time and go to school and do MST which is a form of i...Read more of this blog post »
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Cover reveal for Monstrous Affection, an anthology edited by Kelly Link and Gavin J Grant
MONSTER COVER FOR MONSTER BOOK!
We made a book. It comes out in September. Candlewick Press are rea...
If you've read this intro already, please feel free to skip straight down to Carole's post.
As some of you may know, THE SUMMER OF LETTING GO , my second novel for young adults comes out March 25th fromAlgonquin Young Readers.
THE SUMMER OF LETTING GO tells the story of almost-16-yr-old Francesca “... Read more of this blog post »
Wow! Just… wow! Above and beyond what I expected.
Before people start pounding my Comments with all the things I did wrong, it might be better if I just share some popular tho...Read more of this blog post »
Hi! Thank you for coming by to welcome my friend and always special guest, Mina Carter, to the blog. Here new book, The Reaper and the Cop, sounds so good! But what would you expect from Mina? Read on! Here’s Mina –
First of all I’d like to thank T...Read more of this blog post »
The sequel to Undercover Sins which I wrote in a way where it could stand alone as well has been finished and submitted to the publisher (Dreamspinner Press). Now I wait to see if it'll be accepted for publication.Undercove... Read more of this blog post »
Did you know that March is National Reading Month in the US? I learned to love reading when I was a child yearning for adventure. Nothing very adventurous happened to me in real life, but when I opened a book I could be anywhere or anything in the world, or out of this world.
So I don’t need much... Read more of this blog post »
The winners will be named during the American Library Association Annual Conference in Las Ve... Read more of this blog post »
1. I wore sunglasses instead of my sad dork earmuffs for the first time in four months.
2. When I ordered iced coffee at my local coffee shop, the guy didn’t roll his eyes and snort like he usually does.
3. Dudes showing off their fine carpets of chest hair that they cultivated over the long winter...Read more of this blog post »
Hey! I just wanted to take a second and say thank you to everyone who signed up for the 4 MILLION REASONS TO SELF-PUBLISH workshop that is taking place next weekend. All the monies paid for tuition were donated to NILMDTS, which totaled just over $2,400! This means to much to families that use th...Read more of this blog post »
Among the books I’m currently working on is a new collaboration with J.F. Gonzalez entitled THE BLACK BIBLE, coming later this year from Miskatonic Books.
THE BLACK BIBLE is being produced strictly for collectors*. It will be a profusely illustrated, over-sized, limited edition hardcover. Our inte...Read more of this blog post »
I've never been on book tour before. I'm having a problem not dropping it into every conversation I have.
"Why, yes, I do like artichoke soup. I surely do hope I can find some when I'm on BOOK TOUR."
"Oh, sure, I can lend you my favorite pencil (Papermate Sharpwriter), but only if you give it b...Read more of this blog post »
The other day I posted this tweet:
“Wait they cast a white chick for Tiger Lily in the new Peter Pan? Did they not remember Lone Ranger last year? Or, you know, racism?”
(If you didn’t hear, Rooney Mara is supposedly playing Tiger Lily, who is a princess of the “Native” tribe, in the reboot.)
I g...Read more of this blog post »
I haven’t told you about the baskets yet? I really thought I had. You’re going to love this. I know I do!
Solo Flight isn’t just my next release, it’s one book of nine in a special collection calledEostre’s Baskets.
I borrowed this summary of the collection from Loose Id’s website:
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Here's the deal. PLEASE tell me (and anybody else who happens by here) what you're doing to get all the... Read more of this blog post »
Brazilian bull rider novella — discovered I have to write this one first so as not to spoil people...
Colts and Cowboys — another contemporary without a deadline
Serial killer book has a start O.o
On hold/in outline:
Coke/Dillon & Andy/Jason novel
Ace/Kitty in rewr...Read more of this blog post »
Son of Set (Descendants of Isis #2)by Kelsey KetchRelease Date: 05/02/14
Summary from Goodreads:
“. . . the Sons would never just let him go—alive.”
Seth O’Keefe has broken the laws of his god. He never thought he would sacrifice his own future to protect a Daughter of Isis. But when the Sons of... Read more of this blog post »
“The most intense journeys are never geographical.” From The Travelers, by Keith Wayne McCoy.
Science Fiction? Philosophy? Romance? Social Commentary? Or all of the above?
In this beautifully written novel McCoy takes us on an unexpectedly intense journey, both ph... Read more of this blog post »
One October morning, high school junior Bryan Dennison wakes up a different person—helpful, generous, and chivalrous—a person whose new admirable qualities he doesn’t recognize. Stranger still is the urge to tie a red sheet around his neck like a cape.
Bryan soon realizes this compuls... Read more of this blog post »
Sinners & Sorcerers urban fantasy box set, four books for 99 cents. Includes Cursed! by me and J.R. Rain, as well as novels by S.M. Reine, Daniel Arenson, and Robert J. Crane.
Also... Read more of this blog post »
Okay! As you know, people, Andrea K Höst Week is starting tomorrow, right here, so you will want to remember to check back in!
At this very moment I have all the guest posts in my hands, well, all but one, and I am PROMISED that one is ON ITS WAY. We will have a wide variety of guests making an a...Read more of this blog post »
I decided to see Nonstop in the theater because it had a 60% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which is very high for a typical movie. I was glad I did. This movie had me sitting on the edge of my seat the whole time and kept me guessing until the end. I remember one scene... Read more of this blog post »
* Do cats think about us as much as we think about them? Or do they train us up and assume the ne... Read more of this blog post »
Nazarian has a history of making bad financial d... Read more of this blog post »
On Monday, March 17th, “9 More Killer Thrillers” will be released at a premium price of only $0.99c! That’s right, you can get all these bestsellers from internationally best selling authors for less than a dollar! This is the thrilling follow-up to “9 Killer Thrillers”, which has sold more tha...Read more of this blog post »
He’s a warrior, a bounty hunter in a world turned upside down. She’s a target, a creature of dark magic. His job is simple. Kill the target. Her goal is more complex. She must stay alive until she finds and des...Read more of this blog post »
Sometimes, it just feels so much better to be bad.
On the run from human hunters, Kit and his small group of shifters have resorted to anything to survive. So they have become a band of thieves…or rather, make that a band of wannabe thieves. So when Bowie, another feline shif...Read more of this blog post »
and leave a comment on my Facebook author page by midnight Mon, March 17th!
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“Sledgehammer” is the result of be careful what you wish for. I was on Facebook one day, and I said the urge to create was upon me, but I didn’t know what to write about, and I called for suggestions. The result wa...Read more of this blog post »
One good thing about having anxiety issues is that I almost never lose things. I check and double check my bag before I leave the house. I’ve never lost my keys or my wallet, but yesterday I lost my phone. It was a cheap Blackberry knock-off with a scratched screen; I’d had it for years but I was...Read more of this blog post »