5/5 stars. This is top drawer crime writing, based on strong, likeable characters you will root for.
After the heart-stopping finale to the previous novel, it was always going to be a difficult story to follow. But Kay Hunter’s back at work, despite a few problems, dealing with the fa...Read more of this blog post »
This week’s choice is…
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by Michael D. Walsh (Goodreads Author)
4.6 · Rati... Read more of this blog post »
This is the third time I agree to go to this museum. I'm not a big fan, but my friend had never been and we took the kids (ages 6, 9, 11, 11).
The museum is very small and basically all it has is video games you can play.
They did have some new video games (although I missed some that... Read more of this blog post »
Redemption is a beautiful thing. There is something, dare I say, romantic about someone with power and position plucking a nobody from the crowd and claiming them as their own. Perhaps that’s why I’ve so frequently heard the Gospel compared to a fairy tale story. A king sweeping the lonely girl a...Read more of this blog post »
Een tijdje terug vroeg ik op de instagram van Letters & Lights of jullie het leuk zouden vinden als ik weer een blogpost zou wijden aan het maken van mijn producten. Ik kreeg best wel vaak de vraag hoe ik mijn geuren en kleuren kies – zo nu en dan ook van creatievelingen met hun […]
Het berich...Read more of this blog post »
N.K. Jemisin became the first African-American author to win the Hugo Award for Best Novel, and I believe the worst woman of color to win it, when she took the prestigious (but generally white-dominated) prize home for her 2015 novel The Fifth Season, the opener of the Broken Earth trilogy. The s...Read more of this blog post »
[image error]Hey Space Cadets, I hope life finds you well! I am doing good, preparing for my wife’s surgery next month and trying to write every day. The good news, the surgeon thinks she will recover quickly and be back to where she was before the car accident last year! Then it...Read more of this blog post »
The Mage’s College was easy enough to spot, once we knew which way to go. After all, mages have a long-held and well-respected reputation as being creatures of the utmost subtlety when designing their homes. Why, no one would ever suspect that the walled compound with a shining tower in the middl... Read more of this blog post »
¿Te interesa saber cómo consiguió Odín la sabiduría? ¿Qué animales llevaba siempre sobre sus hombros? ¿Te suena el nombre de Loki? ¿Sabes lo qué es el Ragnarok? ¿Te gustaría visitar el Valhalla en tus próximas vacaciones? ¿Alguna vez te ha golpeado el ma...Read more of this blog post »
Already out of work and under suspicion (dubbed "Vlod the Impaler" by the her P.R. co-workers and the press), Alex is muddling through when her grandmother -- Baba -- shows up at her door:
Baba is a tornado packaged in a deceptively small, deceptively sweet-looking human form. But the minute you l... Read more of this blog post »
Back in the quieter warmth of the old rectory, Danny and Paul had finished packing the camper.
“We were going to make an early start tomorrow,” Danny said. “But now we’re thinking we could start right away. Get a few miles under our belts before we find somewhere to sleep.”
“Okay,” Anna said equa...
[image error]The Many Faces of Tom Ripley
In the 1999 Anthony Mingella film The Talented Mr. Ripley, Gwyneth Paltrow’s Marge (much frumpier in the book) knows something’s up with her missing boyfriend, Dickie Greenleaf’s weird friend Tom Ripley. But her Cassandra like prophe...Read more of this blog post »
We have to pray with our eyes on God, not on the difficulties. Oswald Chambers “Don’t tell God about your problems – tell your problems about God.” -unknown The quiet hour of prayer is one of the most favorable opportunities He has in which to speak to us seriously. In quietude and solitude befor...Read more of this blog post »
Welcome back to Weekend Writing Warriors, the blog hop where authors post 8-10 sentences from their current, newly released, or upcoming work in progress. I’m continuing chapter two of Storm of the Gods, the first book in my new and upcoming urban fantasy series, which releases in little over a m...Read more of this blog post »
Communication is a form of creation. Words paint images. Read the Bible and let the words God spoke in the past paint your heart today. Much in the Bible I don’t understand, but the parts I do understand have transformed my heart. God spoke and showed me Light!
God spoke and created the universe....Read more of this blog post »
Hypocrisy. Would be the tl:dr version of why I walked away from western religion, and why I embraced a mixture of humanistic and Buddhist belief. The long version is what I’m going to be talking about today. I’ve previously talked about “My Rambling Huma...Read more of this blog post »
I mentioned in an earlier post, that I would be travelling to Ireland to continue my[image error] research for the Dead Dreamer series. Then I had a thought. When I first started writing the Dead Dreamer series ten years ago, I had done no research prior. I just started writing whatever came to m...Read more of this blog post »
A rainy day trip to Perth yielded some fantastic photo ops.
Downpour outside Bookshop
Protest in the rain
It is a bit of a wet one today, but that's okay. It's a new day and the possibilities are endless. May it be good to you and yours. Sending positive vibes your way. FYI, the Max Hamby series makes for a great rainy or beach day read. :)
http://www.kathycyr... Read more of this blog post »
The reader writes:
For James C, this is from my sister in law’s family table in Gubbio. Fried rabbit and fresh picked green beans. Fig tart for dessert.
As Marco Sermarini would say, “Grande! Grande!”
Hey Italian readers, looks like I’ll be headed your way in September. San Paolo, the...Read more of this blog post »
When I was younger, I played school in my room. I had the chalk board, the books, and my imaginary class room full of kids. My parents always thought I wanted to be a teacher, but in reality I just enjoyed using my imagination. When I got older, I knew I wanted to be a writer. I had no idea how t...Read more of this blog post »
My latest for the Longview News-Journal
This summer, I saw the power Christians have when they set aside denominational lines and work together to serve people in need.
I was shocked by the sheer destruction and devastation of Hurricane Harvey when it hit Texas almost a year ago. Image after image...Read more of this blog post »
Monday, 20th October 2014 at 19:00, Artlinks, an artistic event in Athens hosted best-selling author Victoria Hislop, one of my favourite authors. She held a discussion about “The Importance of Books” and has written bestsellers such as The Sunrise (published 25th September 2014), The Thread, Th...Read more of this blog post »
Hope everyone is enjoying the summer, it’s going so fast which makes me sad because I am a summer girl, but also excited because it’...Read more of this blog post »
Quería escribirte un “para siempre” que no sonara vacío, pero me he dado cuenta de lo mucho que lo usa la gente sin darle el valor que merece. Así que aquí me tienes, con una breve carta que trata de darle peso a esas dos simples palabras que, en realidad, significan tanto que nunca debieron […]... Read more of this blog post »
The next draft of my book is due to my editor on August 1st. I am working hard and expect to make the deadline. It’s been a long process, but I feel guardedly optimistic about these revisions. They’ve made the book smaller and more personal, refocusing it on a handful of relationships, and I’ve b...Read more of this blog post »
Wishes, hopes, and dreams are all around us. Catch just one of them. Write it down on paper. Let it become real.
Gratitude Focus: I can be grateful for all the dreams that have found me. Dreams can be a way for God to reveal his plans for me.
From the book: 52 Weeks of Conscious Contact
The pos...Read more of this blog post »
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Writing a fantasy is tough. It provides you immense freedom since you have no limits for your imaginations. Noon would say it never happens in real life... Read more of this blog post »
If you’re new to the snips circuit or have found me by accident…Rainbow Snippets is a Facebook group where GLTBQ writers post snippets of their work every Saturday. There are snips from every genre, kind of pairing and heat level from sweet to steamy. Click here to join us for some great, intrigu...Read more of this blog post »
Qué maravilla. Una carta de protesta del embajador de Francia en EE UU al show de Trevor Noah puso en bandeja al cómico uno de esos grandes momentos televisivos por los que cualquier humorista pagaría. Noah, sudafricano nacido durante el apartheid y hoy ciudadano estadounidense, bromeó sobre la...Read more of this blog post »
Cara Builds a Cuckolding Stud: The Full Trilogy
20 July 2018
Kindle versions of the complete trilogy and the three separate parts on Amazon; paperback pending.
Ping me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send a PDF for review.
Cara wasn’t a bossy... Read more of this blog post »
Welcome to my blog. I’m Camille Taylor. I write romantic suspense and small-town romance novels. I’m back this week with another of my Harbour Bay Series, this time book 3. Happy reading!
**Please note: Explicit language to follow.**
Aimee had never been in an interview room before...Read more of this blog post »
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