My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I wasn't going to read this book because the idea of reading about execution methods seemed just a bit too dark (even for me... a dark fiction writer!). I did download a copy onto my Kindle, howe... Read more of this blog post »
και μερικά από αυτά, θα τα βρείτε εδώ: https://itunes.apple.com/us/author/mo...
Αν τα θέλατε σε μορφή eBook, θα τα βρείτε εδώ: https://booksmango.com/author/monaper...
μετά την πληρωμή σας, θα τα κατεβάζετε και θα μπορείτε να τα διαβάζετε! Read more of this blog post »
THRILL OF LOVE (10.4.17) - Pre-Order TODAY!
KINDLE: ht... Read more of this blog post »
(When I get the codes, I will be sending out blog review cop... Read more of this blog post »
Forget about me,
I am like a shadow,
I am a clean illusion,
And a spiritual confusion.
Forget about me,
I am like a foam
Forgotten by a wave,
Fallen onto the coast.
Forget about me,
I am like a bird
Flying to the sky,
And for that flight I need you.
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As a diplomat sh... Read more of this blog post »
Most of you are doing better than I am on our football competition. I gotta say, the Falcons sure do look hot, as do the Broncos (that win over the Cowboys was impressive) And the Patriots and the Raiders -- You've got to have a really good quarterback or you're going... Read more of this blog post »
I saw a handsome man who had dark eyes wearing a broad black hat, cape and nothing else. It was an artistic statement, I am sure, but it felt dark and... Read more of this blog post »
You can now purchase CARDINAL CABIN here:
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So since covers matter and I sincerely think they do, what kind of cover on a book do you lik... Read more of this blog post »
My review (here and on Amazon): While I liked some of these stories better than others, this collection starts off with a page-turner, and continues to be engaging. These stories just go to show that you don't know what is going on in someone's head - even if you think you do - and that everyday... Read more of this blog post »
My name is Dane Walker, and I'm entirely, irrevocably damaged. I lost my whole life in the plane crash that killed my father and left me scarred, both physically and emotionally, barely clinging to life in a hospital as the sole survivor of th... Read more of this blog post »
If the blog/website looks a little different, that's because it is. I decided a change was in order, and I wanted a clean look with a black and white theme. So, that's what I worked on for three days straight, and I quite like the changes.
Now, onto the good stuff.
Always (Cross + Ca... Read more of this blog post »
I was rea... Read more of this blog post »
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 – New York City – 6pm. Hosted by the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York. The authors will discuss how concepts from their book can help the analyst and portfolio manager gain an edge in an increasingly efficient market. Click this link to register.Read more of this blog post »
Hey print fans who can’t come to the launch, we’re sad that it’s too far away, but the links you’ve been waiting for are all here:
Over the years, critics have claimed that the Dash Masternode network is susceptible to centralization. Initially, the charge was that only a few early adopters own Masternodes, and so they control the network. This argument has begun to fade as it’s become clear that Masternode owners are a dive...Read more of this blog post »
For ‘Not Thomas’ readers who aren’t familiar with the Welsh language, today’s Welsh words for Wednesday come from page 81 and they’re spoken by Saint, or Dewi, as Ree prefers to calls him.
First is cariad which means ‘love’ and is a general term of endearment. Dewi says to Ree: “Nip to Spar, caria...Read more of this blog post »
Wednesday, that day of the week that you look toward on Monday. That day you reach, starting to drag a bit, and wondering how you’re going to make it through two more days of school, work, or parenting until you have help on the weekend.
For all those reasons I stated above, I believe that mid-wee...Read more of this blog post »
Here’s the next bit of writing advice stuff I want to share from my upcoming book.
“Write what you know” is a strange piece of advice for authors of genre fiction. I mean, I know vampires insomuch as Lestat helped me to inform my sexuality as a teen. But I don’t know know vampires, because vampir...
When the ideas come, I don’t evaluate them, overthink them, or put them aside. No, I get my ass in gear and capture them as soon as I can, before they fade back into the mist.
Example. This idea just popped into my head:
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“Have you ever noticed the foul, almost rancid odor of money? Not so much fr...
This week on Sowing Seeds of Hope, I’m celebrating 50 wonderful reviews for my debut inspirational historical romance novel, Under This Same Sky!
A huge THANK YOU to those who’ve taken time to read and review it. I truly appreciate your generosity. As a thank you, I’m giving away an e-book co...Read more of this blog post »
My humble drawing and painting beginnings
I’ve been fortunate, as part of my book launch year, to conduct some nature writing workshops. What joy, to meet others who love nature AND words. Some are highly experienced at both, others just starting to dip their toes into one or the oth...Read more of this blog post »
Love, passion, sex, heat, power, and hunger. It's all here in one hot and filthy boxed set. The first four books of the Dark and Damaged Hearts Series with one extra dirty honeymoon novel. Indulge in the passionate love stories of two dominant millionaires an... Read more of this blog post »
Ordinary Time – Season of Stability
Why is it so hard to manage the ordinary times of our lives? When in crisis, preparing for that special occasion, or recovering from a tragedy, we know what to do. We keep busy because there’s so much to be done just to keep our head afloat. We long for quiet an...Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been waiting for months, waiting for years, waiting for you to change.
Aw, but there ain’t much that’s dumber, there ain’t much that’s dumber
than pinning your hopes on a change in another.
And I, yeah I still need you, but what good’s that gonna do?
Needing is one thing, » Read more
The post Pe...Read more of this blog post »
[image error]I read this book on Amazon Kindle. It was writen by William Meikle. When The Starts are Right is a shorter book that only took 1 sitting to finish. The story itself is very scifi and Lovecraftian. It’s a work of futuristic cosmic horror. Those are the parts that the story does well.
O...Read more of this blog post »
Writing with a full-time job takes dedication. You have to make time to write because “finding” time is nearly impossible. And when we do get writing time, it is sacred.
This summer, I read a blog post on the reasons why you should try dictating your first draft. I’ll admit, when I read it, I t...Read more of this blog post »
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Well there was no way I could wait until 2018 to bring you more in the Barrington Billionaire Series. So get ready to spend the holiday's with the Henderson's. New Years means New Beginnings!
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My body knows fall is coming
my eyes can see the difference in the sunlight
and my soul longs for the smell of burning leaves
and long nights sitting on a porch
with an Irish Coffee
Blue jeans, sweatshirts, and book in my hand
the porch light on casting illumination on...
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