https://soundcloud.com/user-519115521... #transhumanism #Electio... Read more of this blog post »
Super excited to announce that on September 23rd, 7 pm I will be a part of a Local Author books signing Event at Barnes and Noble in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Woodland Mall location.
The 99 cent sale continues on A Mortal Indiscretion so that you can get to know my work for a... Read more of this blog post »
It only took 8 months! (I'm sluggish, but persistent). I find it ironic also that it took damn near a human gestational cycle to produce the audio. In some ways, the wri... Read more of this blog post »
I'll be posting a giveaway soon, Dear Readers. And to whet your appetite, I'm about to... Read more of this blog post »
A feature they have is the Universal Link. Here is how it works: An author joins Draft2Digital or Books2Read and he/she completes the information to make their link. They post the link on their... Read more of this blog post »
What did you do for fun as a child? Chances are you’re still drawn to whatever activity brought you joy. And if you’re not doing it at this point in your life, then you should be.
When I was ten years old I began a habit that I still continue today. Every time I went to the movi... Read more of this blog post »
I thought I’d give you a little taste, or rather, a whiff of the Erebus fragrance:-)…
My new novel, the story of Harris (Hades), a perfumer well on his way to the top, and his lover, a male escort named Pallas, who won’t surrender his heart so easily, is coming out soon… Hope this little puff get...Read more of this blog post »
- Kristin’s books, of course! AMBER SMOKE, SCARLET RAIN, and in October THE SCENT OF SALT AND SAND (co-authored by me!).
- Anything Anne McCaffrey has written – her PERN books are my special favorites.
-... Read more of this blog post »
As for the three who won a copy of Ferret, Congratulation! You can expect your copy in the next few days.
Thanks again to all who participated, and do follow me for updates on the next giveaway, presumably P... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Author Anonymous is a book that will stay with you for a long, long time, and that's a good thing. A very good thing.
It's a painful read...and it's meant to be.
It's a disturbing read, ruthlessly tackling a taboo that no one wants to talk about... Read more of this blog post »
Relieving and managing stress is definitely a necessary survival skill, especially in this crazy fast-paced, technology driven world in which we live today. Authors stress about all sorts of things – whether readers will like our books, deadlines, writer’s block, book sales, the next new proje...Read more of this blog post »
I have goodies today.
Thin Lives is live for pre-order!
Release is September 6th, so not all that far away. This is the final Bloodlines novel, and I know a lot of readers have been waiting for the last novel in this series before beginning because the cliffhangers were a doozy at... Read more of this blog post »
I would love t... Read more of this blog post »
Here is one of my favorite summer pictures of all time. It is of my husband and son as they approach the shores of Lake Erie at sunset. This picture reminds me to be thankful for the beauty that each season brings, and also for my family! (FUN FACT: This picture is also in my boo... Read more of this blog post »
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People have come to hear the blues played at the Blue Front Cafe since 1948. It's considered to be the oldest surviving juke joint in Mississippi, and most likely America. Skip James, Jimmy "Duck" Holmes and many other blues musicians have performed in the old cinder block building. If you can't... Read more of this blog post »
The newly-released LGBT Milwaukee: Images of Modern America looks at the gay old times in Brew City, and author Michail Takach says much of it was "truly influenced" by the Mafia in an interview with WUVM: "'honestly, (the mafia's) investment in this culture really made them the steward and guard...Read more of this blog post »
It was hate mail from six women towards her an African American woman.
The quotes were peppered with the word "Nigger"
and told her that she should, "...keep her welfare opinions to herself."... Read more of this blog post »
I’ve mentioned before that a few months ago I began working as a volunteer for an organisation called Groundwire. We chat online to people all around the world about Christianity and answer their questions. Most of the people that I have chatted with, on being asked, say that they are Christians.... Read more of this blog post »
To celebrate almost two-years of the release of Fate’s Love, my debut novel, I have recently revealed brand new covers for the whole series, and you can get Fate’s Love free for a limited time.
So, what are you waiting for?
Fall in love today, with the Fate’s Love Series
Fate’s Love (#1) – FREE
Am...Read more of this blog post »
So as I’m wrapping up my final edits for WINDY CITY BLUES I thought I would share a little behind-the-scenes look at what happens once you’ve sold your novel and what really goes into editing a manuscript. I think the story goes a little like this… After years of rejections, of well meaning frien...Read more of this blog post »
2. You retain greater creative control.
3. You receive a higher percentage in royalties.
4. You can write what you want to write, not what is currently popular.
5. You can build a stronger, more loyal fan base by marketing directly to readers of your c... Read more of this blog post »
Books And Benches!
A Highlander's Christmas Kiss is a true gem, and one of the most enjoyable Highland romances I've read since Julie Garwood's Ransom. Paula Quinn pulled me into her meticulously woven story of intrigue and passion, laced with battle... Read more of this blog post »
It was a tough sell trying to talk my kids into going to work with me for a couple of hours on a Saturday morning, but I promised it would be worth their while. My public relations position seldom demanded weekend duty, but the children's hospital I represent... Read more of this blog post »
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