I did an interview for Inge on her bookshelf reflections blog - be sure to check it out!
I also have my i... Read more of this blog post »
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Relembro que há também um Giveaway a decorrer no Goodreads. Read more of this blog post »
So it’s a MILLION TRILLION degrees here in San Antonio but I’m managing to eek out some good times. Here’s Sarah Morgan, Ruth Lanigan, The Nora Roberts, me, and Laura Reeth.
And me and Higgins!
And the text I got from Youngest saying “mommy come home!”
How are y’all doing? (look at me, talking...Read more of this blog post »
********Don't say I didn't warn you********
“You were born a killer, and you'll die a killer. Fight that, and you'll die sooner,” he said.
“I don't believe that.”
“I've watched you narrowly avoid death four times now,” said Finn. “What... Read more of this blog post »
Not just that but I have been writing like crazy. I'm in love with this book. I want to work on it all the time and I wish real life would stop getting in the way!
Since I haven't talked much about what I'm working on lately, and my last post I still wasn't s... Read more of this blog post »
Well, that happened.
You probably know Kai Lim’s work. You probably love it, too. He’s done a storm of brutal and brilliant stuff lately, and although he does a lot of work for several IPs and licenses (as well as his own stuff), his 40K stuff is justflawless. It’s easily among the best art that...Read more of this blog post »
Today, I ran across an article in a local mag. The lede reads, Snubbed: Why Raleigh isn’t a top 10 emerging beer town.
The article is a response, of sorts, to a listicle in the Seattle Post-Intelligence: America’s Top Ten Emerging Beer Towns.
The list in the SPI doesn’t bother me much. I don’t see...Read more of this blog post »
My plans for a collection of short stories are coming along nicely. I've written a few new ones over the last couple o... Read more of this blog post »
I am almost ready to release The Immortal Greek, second title in The Immortals series, and I am testing two covers. So far, the consensus on my Facebook author page is almost unanimous. I am curious to see if the blogverse thinks differently. I threw a third cover in the midst just to gauge react...Read more of this blog post »
Určite si spomínate, ako sme s Moon ešte dávnejšie spomínali, že sa chystáme na jeden letný projekt. Pôvodne sa mal začať už koncom júna, ale celé sa to nejako natiahlo, čas uplynul takmer ako voda a už sme v polovici letných prázdnin (niežeby som sa z toho tešila).Veľa z vás sa určite zaujíma,... Read more of this blog post »
"Only just able to return to this interesting thread, I feel no different, I have to agree with Terrance, as I too, found it long and dreary.
I don't need to like or dislike an author, nor do I need to have ... or... Read more of this blog post »
Olivia’s best friend is not imaginary. He’s not a ghost, either. And she’s pretty sure he’s not a hallucination. He’s just Mason.
He is, however, invisible.
When Olivia spotted the crying little boy on her front po... Read more of this blog post »
Anthony Jessup is a daydreamer who works at a dead-end help desk job. His greate... Read more of this blog post »
I’m so excited to announce another release! You might call it a flash release because I’m taking you by surprise with it . I wrote this little short story a while back and have been sitting on it, because I needed to get up to speed on the whole self publishing thing before I released it. Eventu...Read more of this blog post »
Sooo, I have a new release today. However, it won't be available for download on Amazon or the other places. The reason is that I'm expanding the short story into a novel that I'll be publishing it under the YA name Erica Archer. I've finished about 72% of the novel (which will probably be title... Read more of this blog post »
The newspaper had stories on The Cape Verde Islands. I couldn’t remember if the Seychelles are close to Cape Verde islands (they aren’t.) The story didn’t have a map, but it would have made for a clearer story if there had been one. A map adds context. But we are no longer used to maps. We rely o...Read more of this blog post »
Indeed. While we all wait for KILLING GODSto appear on Nook andGoogle Play (my dashboard says it’s available, yetI can’t find it on the Play store anywhere – if you see it then please send me the link) I have joined Wattpad.
I have started serialising POWERLESS chapter by chapter, so if you don’t...Read more of this blog post »
I woke up singing Don McLean’s American Pie… again. It wasn't the first or the last time the up tempo “Did you write the book of love?” would startle me wide awake. It went hand in hand with the nightmare or dream or whatever it was. Memory. It was the memories from one summer when I... Read more of this blog post »
STORYBOARD ARTISTS:Contribute Storyboards for each Slug. Please refer toTHIS REFERENCE EDIT.
ILLUSTRATORS:Draw Visuals fromTHIS VISUAL REQUEST LIST.Read more of this blog post »
HEIR OF SECRETS (The Starbright Series, Book 3)
by Rachel Higginson
AMAZON BARNES & NOBLE
The countdown to Stella Day’s eighteenth birthday has begun with only a year left to go.
When Stella turns eighteen she will take over as the Earth’s protector. She will come into the fullness of her powe... Read more of this blog post »
“Coward!” Shouting at Zeb probably wasn’t the smartest thing he could do, but at that point in time, Abbie figured it wasn’t going to make anything worse. “You fucking coward! You don’t even have the balls to—“Zeb slapped him, moving so fast that Abbie di... Read more of this blog post »
As a gift to my amazing readers, Confessions of a City Girl: Los Angeles will be FREE on Kindle from Thursday, July 24th - Monday, July 28th!
About the book:
When talented DC photographer Natasha Taylor meets alluring investor Nicholas Reyes at her first major exhibit, a harmless invitation to j... Read more of this blog post »
Go home, everybody. The best cat toy ever has been created and nothing you buyfor your cat will ever be impressiveagain.
Frankly, I’m disappointed too. Why don’t the...Read more of this blog post »
It’s been a month since I submitted my PhD thesis, and it’s beengreat. That’s not sarcasm, I promise! July has been all about resting and taking care of myself; I’ve been trying to recover from the stress of dissertation work by spending more time outdoors. So I haven’t been on the internet often...Read more of this blog post »
A few months ago, Cosmopolitan conducted a poll to understand the Indian woman's career pursuits and choices.
Regular readers may recall that I was featured in the March issue.
Based on the career choices of the above poll, they started a new career series in May 2014, called ‘So you want to be...... Read more of this blog post »
By now, you have probably seen it…at least twice. Maybe even a third time if you spent your first two viewings attempting to navigate through the constant flood of tears that steered you off your movie-enjoying course. But enough with the metaphors…today, I am here to talk about the film adaptati...Read more of this blog post »
Do you like thrillers? I love them. Thrillers are the main category I read, and suspense is a major element of every book I write.
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Every day three great romance authors will write an essay on what romance fiction means to them, recommend writers they love and give away copies of their books. We're talking writers like Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Susanna Kearsley, Jane Ann Krentz, Kristan Higgins... Read more of this blog post »
I've been post in excerpts from my Work In Progress (WIP) Misplaced Affection for the last couple days. If you missed previous posts, the Prologue can be found HERE,... Read more of this blog post »
Much is being said these days about changes in the book world, but not nearly enough is being said about the most important people in our industry.
You. The readers. Without you there wouldn’t be a book industry.
We owe you so much, and we are forever in you...Read more of this blog post »
My daughter turns one this Sunday. That’s crazy because I’m pretty sure she was born last week. For her birthday, what I want to get her—which is to say, what I want to get myself, because she’s one so she doesn’t know from gifts—is one of these Ideal Bookshelf prints from artist Jane Mount.
I l...Read more of this blog post »
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