My reflections ignited a myriad of emotions as I recalled our ten-year-old son surviving an acute asthma atta... Read more of this blog post »
Happy First Day of Spring Yesterday -- yeah, so I forgot, but thanks for the... Read more of this blog post »
It’s what I’m known around town for.
A rock-hard body, covered in tattoos with a sizeable bulge that women spend their nights fantasizing about.
Women track me down, needing someone that will fuck them rough without holding back.
They find me because they need a dist... Read more of this blog post »
No solo porque son penquistas, sino porque saben y se dedican a la literatura. Por esto fue tremenda la sorpresa cuando me incluyeron en sus revisión de lo mejor del 2017.
Les dejo el comentari... Read more of this blog post »
Americans possess many inal... Read more of this blog post »
The first book is currently titled, The Sound & the Stone, and will release in Winter 2020. It follows play-sisters, Tavia and Effie, as they grapple wi... Read more of this blog post »
Saturday, April 7th: 6 p.m. Vienna, 5 p.m. UK, 12 p.m. NYC, 9 a.m. Pacific Coast
Thursday, April 12th: 9 p.m. Vienna, 8 p.m. UK,... Read more of this blog post »
She may not have control
But has an insightful mind.
She observes the world
Through her magnigying eye.
So watch out!
Dare to upset her,
You'll be her character to write about.
I know it... Read more of this blog post »
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Much has been written about Pocahontas over the centuries, and it’s important to remember that it has mostly been written by... Read more of this blog post »
Charles McCarry is probably the best and certainly the most literate of all American Spy Thriller writers. There must be about 10 novels of the Paul Christopher series. I'd start with The Tears of Autumn and read them in order. He's still alive and writing post Christopher novels b... Read more of this blog post »
Shadow of the Moon by Kwen D Griffeth - Spotlight - Excerpt - Giveaway!
SPOTLIGHT - Shopgirl’s Prophecy (Beasts of Vegas, #1) by Anna Abner
Jinxed by Th... Read more of this blog post »
In this one there's a lot of fish, some drums, some beer, a lot of whisky, dancing, some good weather, some bad weather, weird noises in the night and some Spaniards - among other things.
http://www.wi... Read more of this blog post »
Book Launch Giveaway
Hello! -100: A Time-Travel Horror Romance will be free on Kindle Mar 21-25, 2018!
You can download it here: https://www.amazon.com/100-Time-Trave...
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I read at least three or four true crime books each month. One of my favorite authors is M. William Phelps. I am currently reading his... Read more of this blog post »
Per festeggiare un anno dall'uscita del primo volume della serie #SweetSurrender, trovate l'ebook di #SenzaFareRumore in #promo a €0,99 su tutti gli store online.
Ty&Ap vi aspettano per farvi battere il cuore... e non temete, Jax arriverà presto!... Read more of this blog post »
I'm working on a new novel entitled "Byron". I'm about 35% finished and looking to gain some beta readers for reviews that will be published in the first few pages of the book as well as on major websites like amazon and goodreads.
You will be compensated for your review.
Requiremen... Read more of this blog post »
➜GPLAY: http://bit.... Read more of this blog post »
The wildflowers that shoot in joy, in the solitary vales,
Expects thou and me, when spring breaks its first bloom,
As many a green and bush has borne our love,
So, nature catches our whisperings, with a sound of new delight.
This spring of a gift that... Read more of this blog post »
“Our countryside is in the process of becoming a veritable desert...there are hardly any insects left”: intensive pesticide use is causing a "wipe-out" of bird populations in France. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/mar/21/catastrophe-as-frances-bird-population-collapses-due-to-pesticides …...Read more of this blog post »
I was very chuffed when Shalini from Shalzmojo asked me to guest post for her for [ #WisdomWednesday ] I have known Shalini when we met for the Breaking Barriers event organised by WomenWeb last year. She is a spirited and generous person. I really enjoy her bubbly and friendly nature, always wil...Read more of this blog post »
We live in the age of too much. We’re buying too much. We already own too much and owe too much. We’re doing too much. We can’t take care of ourselves because we have too much on our calendar, too much on our plate. We go to bed and can’t sleep because we have too much […]
The post 7 Things Moms...Read more of this blog post »
Happy World Poetry Day!
I’ve a new poem, about growing up gay in 80s and 90s Tasmania, in Stilts Journal Issue 1, alongside work by R.A. Briggs, Lachlan Brown, Broede Carmody, Shastra Deo, Quinn Eades, Liam Ferney, Mindy Gill, Jill Jones, John Kinsella, Caitlin Maling, Ellen van Neerven, Damen O’B...Read more of this blog post »
She even signed the book I illustrated about her ~
Lillian Pitt presenting Snippet from "Lillian Pitt - She Who Watches" ch... Read more of this blog post »
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Anyways, here’s what I’ve been up to the past few days. I made some incredible strides with Nighthawks, the sequel to Bloom. I also did an interview with @Unm4sk3dPodc4st because they’re amazing. And I’ve been reading a bunch of great books.
I’ve also started on my new, new,...
Amazon customer reviews:
“A lovely collection of stories, each one unique in time and place, yet connected by the characters of a mother and a daughter, Maya and Jeena, in learning moments. There are other characters that join the tale for each woman to explore dim...Read more of this blog post »
Every social media post should have a beautiful graphic. If there are two identical stories, the one with the beautiful graphic will always win.
– Guy Kawasaki
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I located the London based action of the story around Bloomsbury. An area where I lived for a year in the mid 1980s while I was working for computer consultancy, Logica.
Follow an epic gun fight in the London based action
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This is week three of getting to know Lizbeth’s real family. In the original Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy’s interactions have an element of chance to them. If there is a manipulator against them being together, it might be Caroline Bingley who comes closest to playing that role. I...Read more of this blog post »
I’m just floored. Floored!
I generally will log in to Amazon and check to see how a book is received and if its selling or being read at all via KDP. I DO watch the ranking, and am always happy when I see a book land in the top 100.
However, tonight I had the best surprise yet. I saw the third inst...Read more of this blog post »
and spring came tumbling
from a hope-shaped crack
in the sky,
the ancient snow
of our hearts.
stripped of all our belongings,
we found ourselves,
like the once-skeletal trees,
in the colours of daisy and primrose
our lips chanting
as the white c...
componimento in onore della Giornata mondiale della poesia
Se volessi ritrarre la mia faccia
Non potrei farlo dipingendo
Perché proprio non so disegnare;
Ma dato che per compensare
Pare mi sia stato dato in dono
Il potere della parola scritta,
Compongo il mio volto in versi
Forse non così dive...
Spring has arrived! Finally. Of course, another nor’easter is hitting the east coast tomorrow but officially it is spring. When I see the new growth on my houseplants and the plants at the Belle Isle conservatory, I know spring has arrived, even if the weather isn’t cooperating.
Pepe...Read more of this blog post »
I'm a 30-year-old gay guy. I was laid off, and I'm freelancing crazy hours to try to pay my rent and bills. My best friend's birthday was this past weekend, and I did what I could timewise (and put a modest gift on my credit card), but he's totally bent out of shape because he feels like I negle...Read more of this blog post »
Every post opens w... Read more of this blog post »
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Looks like a comic. But. This one by da Vinci.
For extra credit, why not copy it? Draw your frame and a little frame around that frame as you see above. Start with non-photo blue. Practice drawing something as a deeper way to see that thing. Listen to music....
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