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Join the Gallo siblings as their lives are forever t... Read more of this blog post »
‘I have just finished my second Brian! and enjoyed it as much as the first. PJ Taylor has developed the characters nicely and are becoming rounded. I think that the author's... Read more of this blog post »
I now have yet another setting/series rolling around in the back of my mind. This one, tentatively called The Bright Lords for now. The basic idea is of a medieval fanta... Read more of this blog post »
Biding their time until they can resolve the issue of living on opposite co... Read more of this blog post »
(Have you pre-ordered Murmuration yet? One more month!)
In 2017, it'll be the opposite: one new work, and four sequels.
Here is what 2017 looks like:
February: Until You (Tell Me It's Real 3)
Apr... Read more of this blog post »
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All stories are set in the very near future, just a few decades away from present day. What technology or social constructs might change to give a different slant to the world of tomorrow?
My piece 'Toll Men' is featured i... Read more of this blog post »
Democrat politicians "denounced it as an assault on democracy and a sop to billionaires when the Supreme Court issued a ruling two years ago that loosened limits on campaign giving" but "Hillary Clinton and Democratic Party leaders are now exploiting the decision, funneling tens of millions of do...Read more of this blog post »
My personal, well-loved Waterfield Bolt
I've recently become a backpack convert. While messenger bags look cool, distributing the weight of my gear to both shoulders feels a lot better at the end of the day. Waterfield is expanding its backpack line and they recently sent me their new Waterfield B...Read more of this blog post »
This morning, as I contemplate the publication of a new novel — something I’m so happy about — I am aware of how worried I am too. Ach! I am sure a lot of writers worry about how a new bookwill be received. You feel lucky to have had the chance to write it, and to have found a welcoming publisher...Read more of this blog post »
The Red Door
The Black Door
The Bronze Door
For the next few days I've marked my books down. You can get all three for only $.99!! This is on amazon and I'll post the links.
The Red Door http://a.co/7SEov5Y
The Black Door http://a.co/aQISo8q
The Bronze Door http://a.co/bg2E... Read more of this blog post »
One of the best things about being a long time bookworm is getting to recommend books to those who have just started their career/addiction/hobby.Read more of this blog post »
I love creating recipes, photographing them and writing about them, but I have to admit that I'm not a very good blogger. It's probably why I still hold on to my "day job" and haven't gone to blogging full-time. I don't really like social media and forget to post things to it. I constantly forge... Read more of this blog post »
In this blog post, we'll explore how Gson deals with Java generics. Generics are a challenge for any data mapping library, since they bring an uncertainty with them. If you want to review Java generics, use cases and implications, feel free to read up on the Wikipedia article. Gson is fairly well...Read more of this blog post »
My very first story for the Amazon Kindle was “The Cruise“, published on 9th April 2016. This was the first in a five-part series, being followed by “The Chateau“, “Lucy’s Estate“, “Ponies“, and “Revenge”.
Now that I am more experienced with how the Kindle Store works, I have decided to rework th...Read more of this blog post »
Yea, though I saw the submission request, and it was for... HORROR!
A horror anthology by and about women... Hey, I can do that! So I looked through my WIPs (w... Read more of this blog post »
Day 29: Draw the Beach.
I know its not really beach weather, but this young lady seems to be enjoying the sun. This drawing was done with an inking marker, inking pens, and colored with Prismacolor pencil crayons.
See you tomorrow for the final day of my September Drawing Challenge!
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This month is my fifth Indie Publishing Anniversary!
Yay me! And “Yay!” to a lot of other Indie authors who will tell you it’s their fifth or sixth year, because basically that’s how old this industry is.Kindle Direct Publishing was the new kid on the block back in 2010/11. Before KDPthe only way...Read more of this blog post »
En Chile no es novedad para nadie que enfermarse es una de las peores cosas que te pueden pasar. No sólo por la enfermedad en sí: el sistema de salud, además de malo, es carísimo, especialmente para quienes no cuentan con previsión, como suele pasar para los artistas, que trabajan free-lance. Ese...Read more of this blog post »
While strolling through a well-known store, just minding my own business, pretending to be a serious shopper intent on throwing a lot of money around ... I encountered Gloria, a friend I hadn't seen in ages.
We were delighted to see each other again.
We used to be in a writing group together. I al... Read more of this blog post »
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Find out how one of the main themes of my new book REBEL GENIUS relates to banned books week in this piece I wrote for Bustle.
Hannah Lyons was living a charmed life—she’d escaped death thirty-seven times in the last three hundred and fifty-seven days. But Time was about to catch up to her—Time or, in German, Zeit, was nearly upon her… and about to give Hannah back her scarf which she’d dropped nearly as many times as...Read more of this blog post »
Welcome to Day 5! It’s the final day before we close up and announce the winners, so hurry up and enter the giveaway! Remember what’s at stake:
And there will also be a second and third prize if we get enough entries, so invite your friends and family!Read more of this blog post »
When I was 21 and writing my undergraduate thesis in philosophy, I supplemented Kant and Plato, naturally, with novel reading, a truly great human pleasure. From a friend, I snagged a copy ofDeath on the Installment Plan – arguably one of the best titles ever. (How could anything more accurately...Read more of this blog post »
What is the relationship, if any, between spiritual growth and mental health counseling? What should the Church’s interest be in mental health? Certainly, the Church is not a mental health agency, nor should it be. The Church is the visible body of Christ on Earth. The Church is the pillar of tr...Read more of this blog post »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
01Publishing is proud to announce the October release of WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS 2: The Horrors that Were and Shall Be. Originally published as an eReader only title, the acclaimed anthology is now available in hard copy thanks to popular demand by fans of the series.
Edited b...Read more of this blog post »
Yes, I have an Instagram account , but no, I don't post pictures of food before I eat it (okay, so there was this one pumpkin pie I made for Thanksgiving - pie pride! - but I swear, that's IT.) Having to wait with food on the table while someone else hovers with their phone,... Read more of this blog post »
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