This was new for me as a writer. The first thing I realized as Book One developed was that I needed a map. I started out with a couple of countries in the story, but that quickly grew, and the map kept me straight on where I was—literally.
Now, I publish it in the front of each book, because reade...Read more of this blog post »
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What would happen if all the agnostics, skeptics, and atheists out there were open and vocal about their secular lives? Would would happen if the vast majority of people admitted that their sense of morality came from internal and communal reasoning rather than from a religious text?
My best guess...Read more of this blog post »
Interview: John Leland.
John Leland is a longtime journalist who has been at The New York Times since 2000. He's covered a wide range of topics, among them, retirement and religion.
He also writes books, and he has a new book that is just hitting the shelves: Happiness Is a Choice You Make: Lessons...Read more of this blog post »
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She was one man’s obsession…
Nine years ago, Claire Kramer’s lover brutally killed her family, and he tried to kill her. She...Read more of this blog post »
What happens when an email from the publicist catches us, while I’m at the office, and Gordon is at the main house.
Gordon: I’m relieved and grateful, to be honest. If it pleases your majesty, let the sin be upon my head.Read more of this blog post »
The common view we see from the mainstream media is that President Trump is a monster and there is no doubt about it. In support of that view, they offer plenty of evidence. And by evidence, I mean they hallucinate they can read minds.
Pundit creates news by reading minds
One of the biggest illusio...Read more of this blog post »
Two signed copies of Hope Ignites are up for grabs in Jaci’s latest contest, which runs through April 16. Answer this contest’s question, and find out other ways to get more chances! Congratulations to the winners of the previous contest who were notified by email.
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Kaleme aldığı öyküler daha önce pek çok edebiyat dergisinde okuyucuya ulaşmış olan genç yazar Emirhan Burak Aydın'la hem ilk romanı Gözlemci Olarak Buradayız hem de kurmak istediği edebiyat üzerine bir söyleşi gerçekleştirdik.
Gözlemci Olarak Buradayız, y... Read more of this blog post »
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Holly's new book High Country Hero is out and heading for stores now!
A standalone novel following on from The Last McAdam, High Country Hero tells the story of ex-Afghan War helicopter pilot Mitch Stuart and a chance meeting in a country pub that will change his life forever.
Having brokered a... Read more of this blog post »
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It's fantastic to be included alongside some amazing writers and sto... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The root tale of October Daye, changeling, aka Toby, who is "forced to resume her old position as knight errant to the Duke of Shadowed Hills and begin renewing old alliances that prove her only hope of solving the mystery of [the murder o... Read more of this blog post »
It's ok if you have a small number or no number of followers...continue to set trends and never give up on what makes you who... Read more of this blog post »
“Maybe Hawke was right and he has changed,” Leliana hoped.
“Not enough,” My finger itching to pull Bianca’s trigger.
Hawke was sitting outside of Anders' cell, “Varric…”
I shook my hea... Read more of this blog post »
Hardcover: 336 pages
Publisher: Kensington (March 27, 2018)
Reviewed by Dr. Wesley Britton
89-year-old marion Ross clearly understood anyone wanting to read her memoirs would do... Read more of this blog post »
2/21 More Agreeably Engaged
2/22 From Pemberley to Milton
2/23 Austenesque Reviews
2/24 My Vices and Weaknesses
2/25 My... Read more of this blog post »
Except that pesky Mars-Neptune square, which began to creep into our shared consciousness last weekend, and is lingering until this coming weekend.
Mars is moving through Sagittarius, where it naturally... Read more of this blog post »
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My grandfather was a jovial man who never met a stranger. He was the sort of fellow who said hello and smiled at everyone in his path. He was warm and kind. He never stepped on a bug or bruised a damaged reed.
I was still in my twenties when he was admitted to the hospital. The doctors knew he was...Read more of this blog post »
I wanted to post a big old thank you to everyone who has left a review for What We're Meant to Be. I love reading everyone's thoughts and suggestions on the story. It's really great motivation to read how much everyone enjoyed it as I write Master Dillon and Mistress Thea's story.�... Read more of this blog post »
If you haven't had a chance to read it or had considered picking it up as a gift, it's now available wherever paperbacks are sold. If you find yourself at an airport, we did a special edition for Hudson, with an ori... Read more of this blog post »
Don't miss the HUGE Release Party for DRIVING WHISKEY WILD tomorrow, Wednesday Feb 21st, 10AM - 11PM (EST)! The line up is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Set in the period after 9-11 then leading up to the housing crash later that decade, The Locals is something of a small masterpiece.
The setting is the fictional town of Howland, Massachusetts, in the very real Berkshire County in which I was born... Read more of this blog post »
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What mystery in your own life could be a plot for a book?
William L. Ingram:
In my memoir FINDING HEAVEN IN THE DARK I actually do wrestle with the mystery of my unwed birth. The aftermath of my birth in 1949 an...
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Where do I begin with this review? So many thought are swi... Read more of this blog post »
Blame parents? Blame kids? Blame schools? Blame politicians? Blame media? Blame the violence in games and movies?
As we collective... Read more of this blog post »
“Justice for the Lemon Trees” is Author Jessica Lucci’s personal memoir of “tragic child abuse, brash bullying, and calamitous schooling”. Plagued by domestic violence, and an unfair social services system that would rather imprison women than provide the mental healthcare they need and deserve,... Read more of this blog post »
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