Member how a little while back I was releasing punk rock zine-style chapbooks of my flash fiction? Well, now we at The Strange Edge are going to be doing a zine-style zine, except it's going to be digital--an EZINE, the kids are calling it. We can mail it to you, or you can download it, or you ca... Read more of this blog post »
Dear Readers and Authors,
I hope that you are able to assist me in the launch of my new book entitled: Mules; Masters & Mud through Kindle Scout.
It is the sequel to The Quarry Bank Runaways and continues the story of Thomas Priestley and Joseph Sefton t... Read more of this blog post »
With Love, Dr. KL
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By the way, I do have more content coming up! I just purchased a few books and I pl... Read more of this blog post »
Yes. They really are free.
I teamed up with Tijan, Chelle Bliss, Willow Winters, and Emily Goodwin to bring you a collection of powerful men for free. :) It's available fo... Read more of this blog post »
I’m so THRILLED to introduce you guys to my debut’s UK cover. Richard Merritt and the team over at Piccadilly Press have done a fab job putting this together, and I cannot wait to hold a copy in my hands.
I always like it when authors post the cover process, so that’s what we’re gonna do! Also, I’...Read more of this blog post »
For extra-credit, open your compbooks to a
double page spread and divide each page in half, horizontally. You have
four frames, Put your phone on airplane mode, set a timer for 2
minutes, stop the frame any where you see medium or close up shots of
people – don’t be picky. Every fr...
I kinda overreacted earlier about a post concerning trigger warnings. The overreaction wasn’t because I was triggered by the subject matter – but I was made angry at the conversation happening surrounding this new age concept and the added weight placed on authors/ publishers to in...Read more of this blog post »
We rode the bus to school.
[When our bus driver managed to meet their bus driver and an exchange could be negotiated.]
Just a little background: We lived 20 miles from town. The bus driver refused to drive the entire distance. Instead, he agreed to meet us at a corner nine m... Read more of this blog post »
I’m learning that the where or what doesn’t matter as long as I know the Who. It’s a powerful jump in maturity to know you can go anywhere and do anything because Jesus is with you. Where doesn’t matter. Who matters.
I remember early days of great risk in my life when I did things I seriously neve...Read more of this blog post »
De Beauty and the Beast hertellingen lijken als paddenstoelen uit de grond te schieten. Want tja, lezers hebben vaak een zwak voor bolleboos Belle en het hele idee van verliefd worden op het innerlijk van iemand in plaats van het uiterlijk. Ook Hunted is zo’n hertelling. Ik weet nog wel dat ieder...Read more of this blog post »
[image error]If you’re on my mailing list you’ve probably already caught up on all my excuses for getting so far behind on my next release.
Whether you call it “real life” or “drama,” there was plenty of it over the last few months and it kept me busy enough to forget all about worrying about some...Read more of this blog post »
These books are free on Amazon currently. Some are permafree and some are free for a limited time. The selected titles are all Fantasy, YA, or Sci-fi related! Please remember if you download a book to review it for the author after you read. Reviews mean so much to us! Happy reading!
Dawning Ascen... Read more of this blog post »
Am împărtășit, joi seara, într-un eveniment – „Carte, pâine, vin ” – o istorie despre paharul pe jumătate gol și despre lacrimi.
Suntem fiecare dintre noi acum la o vârstă la care putem privi atât în urmă – la ce-am făcut și cum am făcut, cât și înainte – ce vrem să facem mai departe. Și poate că...Read more of this blog post »
"I mean to have a quiet time, I want to read my Bible every day, but life is just so busy and I hope that God knows my heart. I just can't seem to fit it in."
Busyness truly does wrap itself around our moments and squeeze out our moments of quiet and the peace that comes from pondering God, His wo...Read more of this blog post »
Seriously. I once took part in an 8-person footrace where they gave out ribbons for 7th place. I swear I tied the kid in 7th, but his mom was the judge and I went home empty-handed. Well FUCK YOU, BRAD (AND BRAD’S MOM!) I HAVE A STABBY!!!
In seriousness, though, I cannot believe...Read more of this blog post »
Many Christian evangelists have worked within one Christian denomination or doctrinal system. However Billy Graham crossed lines and courageously worked together with Christians of various backgrounds, doctrines, races, and churches. (In the racially segregated South, he even broke local laws and...Read more of this blog post »
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PAPERBA... Read more of this blog post »
Hallo, beautiful people! Smalltalk, pleasantries, and such!
Good, now that's out of the way. Back to branding. It shouldn't be a new concept. Even writers need to build their own brand. I hadn't even thought that far ahe... Read more of this blog post »
In truth I am a little more busy with the teaching work, not enough of course, never enough, but it is occupying me more than a few weeks ago.
I must get back to some writing & look ah... Read more of this blog post »
I don’t know how to write this in a way that will convince you if you’re an opponent of gun control. But I have to write something.
There have been eighteen mass shootings in the USA this year already, and it’s only February.
Whenever there’s a particularly awful mass shooting, I post about gun c...Read more of this blog post »
Each week I share three things I like – It could be a book, a movie, a podcast, an album, a photo, an article, a restaurant, a food item, a beverage, or anything else I simply enjoy and think you might too. You can find a whole pile of things, especially books, I like and recommend HERE.
1. The Sa... Read more of this blog post »
Finalmente una boccata d'aria fresca! Fa sempre questo effetto lasciare andare l'anno vecchio e andare incontro al nuovo. Nonostante la leggera sensazione di nostalgia, la speranza di un anno sempre migliore per tutti e più forte.E nonostante sia arrivata in ritardo (ormai mi conoscete: sono una... Read more of this blog post »
At 9, I was a small kid with a big temper – an avoidable combination. We were living slightly outside Shimla, next to a forest full of real and made up dangers so I didn’t have many friends to play with. In fact, I only had the neighbor’s kid for company since I had shot my elder sister and stuf... Read more of this blog post »
I just hate how I fell ill and couldn’t go to the launch of Letters to My Ex at Delhi; couldn’t get my book signed and couldn’t click a selfie with Nikita Singh. I admire her a lot because I began reading Indian Fiction after reading one of her books – If It’s Not Forever, which was co-written by...Read more of this blog post »
Which brings me to one of my new favorite lattes at my local #starbucks.
Now I am no great fan of coconut and ha... Read more of this blog post »
. Drumroll please! After a ridiculously busy fall and winter, I’m pleased to report The Stolen Bride is FINALLY scheduled to launch in mid-to-late spring of this year. My goal is to get it out before Mother’s Day, but certainly by the end of May. So what’s it about? The super short summary is...Read more of this blog post »
Welcome back for Part Three in our Women in Horror 2018 round table!
Last week, in part two, we discussed how political and social upheavals have affected our nine authors’ writing, as well as the underrated stories they’d recommend readers check out. This week, we discuss what advice they have f...Read more of this blog post »
It’s the last Friday of the month–time again for some good news to take you into March (how did it get to be March already?!) with a smile.
The story I have chosen for this month combines two of my greatest loves–dogs and reading–and it sets forth a fantastic idea for getting kids...Read more of this blog post »
Yesterday, I brought something up with other bisexual writers that I’d noticed a few times and wasn’t sure what to make of it. There wasn’t a consensus on whether it’s really an issue, but I wanted to get my thoughts out anyway.
There is a phrase I’ve seen popping up in books lately. It’s becom...Read more of this blog post »
October 18 - 21
Rena... Read more of this blog post »
Every year, you bring it. Something unexpected. I've written to you before, talked to you about how you predictably surprise me with the unpredictable. You're always good for me. I just can't always figure out, in the moment, just how you're going to be good for me. I've come to expect... Read more of this blog post »
Get your cats and your tea ready:
We are painting today!
No, not this: This is from 2010 when I was painting a page from my book Gardens of Awe and Folly with the help of Coco.
This is a photo from the archives of the New York Times, which sent a photographer to Claude Monet’s house in Give...Read more of this blog post »
The third book in the Magitech Chronicles series has been released on Amazon! Continue following the adventures of Voria, Aran, and Nara, along with the rest of the crew as they search for the fabled First Spellship!
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Am full of cold, again, today an am clocking off a little early. I can’t believe how much I’ve accomplished in just 11 days Read more of this blog post »
Giveaway – ‘A Three Course Meal for the Mind’ This is the very last giveaway I’ll be putting up on Goodreads, as to pay up to $600 to giveaway one of my books is sheer madness. I rarely give away a copy of A Three Course Meal for the Mind so get in now to ... Keep reading
The post My Last Goodread...Read more of this blog post »
28 May 2013
Joy was looking dejected as I approached this morning. She said, “Today is even worse than yesterday.”
I said, “You’ve told me that Mondays are always bad.”
“Some people do okay on Mondays, but I never have. Yesterday I made just enough for a bottle and a pack of smokes...Read more of this blog post »
It's an old word, archaic and faintly fusty. It describes a reality that some might say just cannot be. But it feels right, feels like the place that we are as a society.
Things feel like.... Read more of this blog post »
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