Natasha's Quest by Blair Drake #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/dDXU30lux48
Virtual Book Tour: Dragonia: Rise of the Wyverns by Craig A. Price Jr. #bewitchingbooktours http://ow... Read more of this blog post »
Others in about a year. John Grisham tore apart a newer novelists work and the rewrites ended up taking about a month.
Lon Casler Bixby and I took just over 3 years to write our 3 Tom Stone stories.... Read more of this blog post »
Above you will see a link to my webpage all about Diary of Margery Blake.
It will take you to Audible when you click the award image where you can download my book or click the link below
Yes, it is finally happening!
I... Read more of this blog post »
Wrote, I dunno, apparently 1700 words yesterday? Anyhow, not going to write today, taking it for myself. I think I need to get a new keyboard though, that or somehow fashion a new spring of some sort, because this cheap Walmart keyboard's spacebar is crapping out. Apparently I type so much... Read more of this blog post »
Bine, și Constituția, și instituțiile statului și se... Read more of this blog post »
The Bacchus Virus Read more of this blog post »
Is... Read more of this blog post »
Battles often turn on good fortune and luck as well as planning and training and execution.
When I picked 6 June as one of the days the Time Patrol sends agents back to, the foremost year, of course, was 1944. One of the agents parachutes into France the night before the invasion to link up with t...Read more of this blog post »
Do you guys want to help me hype this up? I've been working on it for a year and these are my ba... Read more of this blog post »
This is an amazing deal on my epic thriller--winner of a silver medal at the Florida Authors and Publishers Association 2018 President's Book Awards.
https://www.amazon.com/Wendalls-Lulla... Read more of this blog post »
With numbers ideas we play
while drawing the circles and squares
while dots fall behind from their chairs
and hours rename our grey.
With letters we dance till the dreams
expand from their capsule of space
reworking the fear into grace
and versing what love really means.
While reading the s...Read more of this blog post »
“Sorry to be fussing, it’s just…” Magda sat down. “I thought I’d be used to benevolent possession with Erilon around.”
Ash smiled at her. He might have been a little annoyed by it, if he hadn’t seen her fussing just over everyone else as well, even Jormun and Gabriel included. He hesitated a...Read more of this blog post »
Heart beats fast.
Even when resting.
Anxiety was high.
Something I had never experienced, before now.
Mom said go to the doctor.
I thought she was silly.
Doctor took my blood pressure and heart rate.
She said I was on the verge of a heart att... Read more of this blog post »
—Lori Kido Lopez
Effective Asian American media activism requires analyses of media industries and audiences as well as readings of a film's specific meaning and how fictional representations connect to larger structures of racism.
The post What We Talk About When We Talk About Crazy Rich Asians a...Read more of this blog post »
Has this happened to you too? What a coincidence!
[image error]Photo of Rooster (cc) by Albastrica Mititica
A chicken farmer went to the local bar. He sat next to a woman and ordered champagne.
The woman said: “How strange, I also just ordered a glass of champagne.”
“What a coincidence,” said the far...Read more of this blog post »
看書可以加速。這個年代，並不要...Read more of this blog post »
Happy Thursday, readers and friends!
After watching Lindsey's and Rebekah's book tube videos of this tag, I decided to do my own rendition. I'm not doing a video and dragging y'all into the misery of watching me mumble and be camera-shy for ten minutes (you're welcome), but I thought the tag stil... Read more of this blog post »
The Apocalypse Is Coming
I know it is,
I’ve seen it on t. v.
Rain will turn to fire and robots will hunt people.
Everyone will have to move to Africa.
Or is it the other way around?
The Apocalypse Is Coming
I read it in a book.
Everyone’s legs will fall off and genetically modified worms will...Read more of this blog post »
Brielle looked up into eye... Read more of this blog post »
After watching for more than a year, I finally finished Friends.
I started it last summer, I believe, but when school started, I stopped watching (we were on a break, okay??). It's not my favorite sitcom ever (that will forever and always be Frasier), but it was oh so much fun to see... Read more of this blog post »
Every month (or as close as I can get), I answer questions from the generous people who support me on Patreon. This is the Patreon Q & A from August 2018. 0:00:57 – Announcements 0:06:33 – (Q#1) How are you? 0:12:04 – (Q#2) What can a too-agreeable young woman do
The post #55 – August 2018 Q &...Read more of this blog post »
Two years ago, I founded Monster House Books as an open environment for diverse voices, author collaboration, and kick-ass heroines. Since then, I’ve been fortunate to connect with stellar writers such as Genevieve Iseult Eldredge and Majanka Verstraete, both of whom joined Monster H...Read more of this blog post »
The F-22A Raptor demo is pure aerial witchcraft. The F-35A Lightning II and P-38J Lightning heritage flight was beautiful, and the Aeroshell Aerobatic Team in their four T-6 Texans were the highlight of the... Read more of this blog post »
Most of you know that I try and read every review posted on my work. It’s not because I am some secret masochist or that I am looking for reader validation and praise (OK, mostly not for the praise).
I do it for two reasons. The first is to see if I am hitting the mark for what the readers want to...Read more of this blog post »
This is the big bad everyone is talking about–moving your books over.
Do you want to move your books from CreateSpace to KDP print? I think, yes. Because if you’ve been following what CreateSpace has been doing (ie, cutting staff, removing services) then you know that Amazon is in the slow process...Read more of this blog post »
Autumn had arrived in New York City the same day we put Jason in the ground.
The leaves had begun the slow shift from green to burnt orange, the children were all back in school, and dry heat that had lingered for the last couple of months had been extinguished almost overnight. T...Read more of this blog post »
I’m away for a couple of weeks, stocking up my book reviews, so whilst I’m gone I’d just thought I’d post various reminders of the various fiction I’ve put out over the last year. If you haven’t picked them already, then what are you waiting for?
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