Zur Zeit sind auf Goodreads nicht alle meine Werke zu finden. Möchtet Ihr alle Werke sehen, so besu... Read more of this blog post »
Came away with 13 ebooks and 18 paperbacks from Barbara Vey's. I only had to pay for two of them! Book Hoarding continues live and well in my house!
But I won't hog everything. I'm going to share most of what I picked up.
If you haven'... Read more of this blog post »
Hello hypothetical readers! (Hypothetical because as of this moment this my author profile has been active for one hour and fourteen minutes and is decidedly empty) I'm never entirely sure what to write in these sorts of things, so I'll start with, thanks for dropping... Read more of this blog post »
"But the Jerusalem that is above is free, and she is our mother."
What is "the Jerusalem that is above"? Revelation 21:2 says, "I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
The book is made up of Captain America (1998): Issues 20-24, Captain America Annual 1999, and material from Captain America: The Legend.
Issues 20-23 covers the conclusion of Mark Waid's run on Captain America and it's pretty ba... Read more of this blog post »
I have a four year old son who often says the funniest things without really intending to as he discovers the joys of verbal expression.
Some winners include:
"My eyeblash hurts," in reference to his eyelash.
"Do you go to work at night tim... Read more of this blog post »
Beautiful Dewey’s Readathon button, created by Michelle of The True Book Addict, who always finds terrific pictures of women reading!
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Women lie- men lie, but numbers do not lie. The stats – The state of Louisiana is the world leader for incarceration. This state incarcerates more people per capita than any other country in the world. One out of 60 people in Louisiana are in prison. One out of 14 people are inc... Read more of this blog post »
The tree has its dreams in leaf-ends.They make a screech sound when the children slid... Read more of this blog post »
http://www.amazon.com/Smugglers-Gambi... Read more of this blog post »
In "Elixir," I cooked up some Rainier and Bing cherry wine. And a week or so back, it was ready to bottle. All fermentation had ceased, the wine... Read more of this blog post »
Three human men had surrounded a rather meek-looking gnome. One would cuff the small victim and shove him to one of the others for additional bludgeoning. Each human would lay a heavy blow o... Read more of this blog post »
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I always struggle with posting a blog. After reading countless articles and receiving an untold amount of advice, I still never know what I should put into a blog post that the people that wander onto my sight might want to read. Since you are here, I'm g... Read more of this blog post »
A concept, mind you, that I still think could work. Even if the songs are- shall we say- rudimentary.
“WALKING OUT OF HERE”
Eyes on the floor, for what?
Life... Read more of this blog post »
Daba gusto verlos danzar sobre la blancura
Las pompas resonaban con alegría a su paso
Un, dos, un, dos, tres para luego volver a empezar
La lluvia les bendecía antes de dañar su presencia
Aquella presencia de mariposa acariciante
Dos en uno y uno en dos
Los loritos inseparables símbolo de amor l...Read more of this blog post »
I don’t read a lot of stories with tragic endings. Strange thing to say considering I read a great deal of horror. Somehow in those stories, I don’t feel sadness because there is a positive aspect to the tale. Maybe the final girl survives the evil—possibly only to face it again later, but still...Read more of this blog post »
As if I hadn’t told y’all about 100 times, my book is out now! And that’s awesome and exciting and…really bizarre. I’ve crossed a threshold and yet…nothing is really different–yet. Most of the differences are in how I’m feeling: jittery and super-overwhelmed.
Does every author feel this way?I’ve w...Read more of this blog post »
For those unfamiliar, the Eisners are sort of the Oscars or Emmys of comics. A panel of industry experts nominates comics in several categories, which are then voted on by comics profes... Read more of this blog post »
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