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In Scherben (German translation of Broken - Book One of the This Series) - Release date: July 01, 2014
Falling (the next book due out in the This Series) Release Date: May 16, 2014
Falling Snippet (unedited, subject to change, and all that jazz):
My eyes fluttered open and closed quickly, my tears s... Read more of this blog post »
The award is given by InD'Tale Magazine for books that are highly reviewed, loved by fans, and critiqued by qualified judges.
"No other award system today begins to compare, making the RONE award the very highest of honors bestowed on a book... Read more of this blog post »
Harry Potter meets Twilight meets the Tudors in this fantastical tale of a teenage witch who struggles to come of age in the wake of discovering her role in... Read more of this blog post »
Prolific author Billy McCoy (Strange Fruit, 2013, etc.), has written about characters that almost seem to object to their own storyline. In the first piece, The Book Slave, Skyler Mitchell is confused and afraid—mostly because s... Read more of this blog post »
Liam Davis & The Raven is out!
What an awesome journey it was to write this book. I had so much fun learning about Liam and all his idiosyncrasies, and also discovering through his eyes the path to success, not just in his burgeoning career, but his success in life: in relationships bo...Read more of this blog post »
Just heard about an interesting medical development. Beginning stages of a blood test that can accurately tell whether or not one will develop Alzheimer's.
Right now they're using it on older patients, but I would think, in time,... Read more of this blog post »
specially : Early Islamic Texts, non-Islamic Texts. and modern studies.
القراء الاعزاء، اعمل على دراسة حول العلاقة بين عمر بن الخطاب واليهو... Read more of this blog post »
GORGON by Greig Beck sees the return of Alex Hunter! And this time, he's facing his deadliest challenge yet.
An ancient evil awakens - More details here...
http://momentumbooks.com.au/blog/cove... Read more of this blog post »
Alas no, it... Read more of this blog post »
Literature, in particular, became for Cinema a never-ending source of stories a... Read more of this blog post »
I know, I know. Many, many young children protest the inevitable "bed time" as each... Read more of this blog post »
My girlfriend and I have been going out for a year now and I know she is the one that I will marry in the future. But whenever she goes out with others, I always have that feeling that she is going to do something wrong... even though she has repeatedly said that she will do nothing...Read more of this blog post »
knees together, face alight
to the tablet in her hand. Gears
grind, commuting daily, she fears
the woman to her right
demurely dressed, may catch sight
of the word Can Upset Nursing Team.
Robin Buffchest, alpha male,
sets his points to grease the rail,
enter through the femal... Read more of this blog post »
Me, pointing to a picture of a tiger cub: “Ollie, do you know what kind of animal this is?”
Ollie: “A cub!”
Me: “Well, yeah, but do you know what kind of animal it will be when it grows up?”
Ollie: “A reindeer?”
Me: “Did you know that alligators hatch from eggs?”
Ollie: “Awwwww! And then when they gro...
This is a terrific way of looking at story telling.
Originally posted on Street of Dreams:
I’ve run across one of the neatest sites/resources for story telling, the periodic table of storytelling. It’s an interactive
with all sort of great information for people... Read more of this blog post »
Loving yourself is one of the most important elements of living a positive and present life, but how can you love yourself when you don't fully know yourself? As I was contemplating this the other day, I went in search of some sort of workbook that would help me get a deeper understanding of wh...Read more of this blog post »
Just in case you missed an important announcement this week:Getty Images‘ vast library of award-winning professional photographs and illustrations is now at the disposal of every WordPress.com blogger. Read how to access this treasure trove HERE.
I tried it out, and accessed this wonderful piece o...Read more of this blog post »
Lydia:We’re back in Maureen’s kitchen on McCullough Mountain. How are you today, Maureen?
Maureen:Oh, just lovely, dear!
Lydia:And what are we making today?
Maureen:Today we are going to make Colcannon, a hardy side dish of potatoes and cabbage that goes great with any Irish feast. *Leans close an... Read more of this blog post »
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I saved this book to read over a long holiday because I knew it would be so good. What a disappointment. I absolutely hated it! I don't understand what all the hype is about.
This book tells the story of Elphaba,... Read more of this blog post »
What could draw poet, explorer, loner and paranoid Mykol Ranglen away from the relative peace of his own ring-in-space habitat?
He has no choice in the matter as one by one acquaintances are murdered or disappear altogether. Propelled by ever changing and deepening mysteries Mykol embarks to unco... Read more of this blog post »
Goodreads Giveaway winners, keep your eyes on your mailboxes! Those of you who won the Jan. 10–Feb. 14 giveaway, your copies of Strega wereshipped (with a fun surprise) this weekend! Thanks for entering, and happy reading!
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The post A...Read more of this blog post »
Malphas as depicted in Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal, 1818.
Malphasis a mighty Great President or Prince ofHell.He builds houses, high towers and strongholds, throws down the buildings of his enemies, destroys their desires,and can quickly bring artificers together from all places of th...Read more of this blog post »
Anyway, today is Lorenzo da Ponte’s birthday, and I really don’t have much to say, except for the following.
People should really appreciate this guy! He had a sort of hard life (he got kicked o...Read more of this blog post »
With my changing body, I'm thinking ahead to about a month from now when I'm going to want to start sewing real garments for myself again. I've been sewing some things of course, but since my body is still in flux, I'm hoarding my favorite projects for when I know my body has stabilized a bit mo... Read more of this blog post »
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PARISEAU, N. De, born in 1753; a celebrated victim of the ‘mistakes’ of the guillotine. Pariseau was director of the opera ballets at Paris, and ardently espoused the cause of the revolution in ‘La Feuille du Jour.’ He was arrested by the Revolutionary Tribunal in 1793, and beheaded by mistake,...
Isn't she the cutest? I don't honestly remember the storyline, but I remember this was my introduction to the word serendipity. Even as a seven-year-old, I loved the ide... Read more of this blog post »