What is funny is they can be over Come and can be taken to a suitable place in our lives with the inclusion of another powerful L word.
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Hard Line has a cover! Woo! And you can see it today at Boy Meets Boy Reviews! They have been kind enough to do a cover reveal for me, so check it out here.
It's seriously gorgeous, you guys. And while the Bad Judgment cover is still my favorite, Hard Line is definitely running a close second. I'...Read more of this blog post »
Asimov a fost ultimul autor pe care l-am citit îin 2017 și este unul dintre scriitorii SF pe care îi îndrăgesc cel mai mult. Ce e special la Asimov, în comparație cu Herbert, să zicem, este modul în care redă concepte științifice într-o modalitate clară pentru mintea neinițiată în chimie, fizică...Read more of this blog post »
Since we’re still in January, a new year finally getting properly underway, I thought this would be a good time to do something like an Q&A or an FAQ, but specifically for issues folks new to the publishing game, or even hoping to be new to publishing, will often grapple with....Read more of this blog post »
Someone got so offended by the content of my book Machine Gun Jesus that they decided to tell me everything that offended them in it.
They said I should be killed for writing such a heavily blasphemous piece, and that the deepest darkest pits of he... Read more of this blog post »
I see that over a hounder or so of you have Room 119 - The Whitby Trader on your bookshelves, and I now have 60 followers, thank you all.
challenge go to your tar and sort by highest rated book. If Room 119 comes out on top make a promise to yourself that its your next book.
If you do read i... Read more of this blog post »
Todo van sin spoiler por aquellas que aun no lo han leído.
Nació en Chicago, un 14 de Octubre... Read more of this blog post »
During the show, The Gardener of Baghdad was the main topic due to its success globally.
To watch my Arabic interview, click on the link below:
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You will get a feel for my writing as I plan to enter the upcoming Novel Writing Festival on WordPress and the Calvin College writing festival via submittable by April 1.
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I will be posting a couple videos a week...maybe more if I get time or can... Read more of this blog post »
Mevsim Yenice‘nin geçtiğimiz günlerde Everest Yayınları’ndan çıkan Tekme Tokatlı Şehir Rehberi kitabı son zamanların en ilgi çekici öykü kitaplarının başında geliyor. Mevsim Yenice, ilk kitabında bahtsızları, sıkılanları, hayatın sillesini yiyenleri ustalıkla anlatıyor. Hüzünl... Read more of this blog post »
Awesome to have Knock and You Will See Me reviewed by Tony Jones at HorrorTalk.com. Thanks, Tony!
You can read the full review here:
https://www.horrortalk.com/reviews/bo... Read more of this blog post »
The first thing that comes to your mind is, what the heck was Ben thinking?... Read more of this blog post »
I have a new book of short stories which will be published on February 5. Catch of the Day is currently available for pre-order at the reduced price of $0.99. Here's the universal link:
Here's my dilemma: in the process of revising and editing the stories, I have r... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book collects Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-man Issues 54-74, and Annual #3.
This may be the third Spider-man book Marvel was publishing, and the villains may include more visits from secon... Read more of this blog post »
Can you believe it? Can you freaking believe it?! My upcoming novel is almost done. Almost. I’m working on it, yes, but I’m way over the halfway line. And that’s big, so so big. If you’ve read my last two posts you know that I’ve been dealing with health issues which kept me from writing, but I’m...Read more of this blog post »
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I am so close to finishing Dragon Bites it’s scary. I probably have two or three chapters to write, and then the draft is done! I am still on track for a February release.
I am going into other points of view in this one instead of sticking with Janet alone. Colby’s POV, in particular is fun to wr...Read more of this blog post »
For thos... Read more of this blog post »
The screaming quieted but it took Cullen waking up to get the shaking to stop. Athena’s soft voice was... Read more of this blog post »
I had never heard of Mr. Ansari before stumbling upon this article in The Atlantic. The story of "Grace" and her encounter with the celebrity in his home is emblematic of the breakdown of rituals of dating and courtship in our society. This is due t... Read more of this blog post »
I have taken some liberties with Alabama history in chapter fifteen. First, I do not know if Robert Cochran's two young slaves actually ran away... Read more of this blog post »
She turned him inside out and upside down until he didn’t know if he were coming or going.
He wanted to run from her to the other side of the world. He wanted to hold her close and never let her go.
Love her? Hell yes, he loved her. It w... Read more of this blog post »
However, due to NaNoWriMo and Christmas, I thought it would be better to hold off the merrymaking until January – and now, the time has come! Get ready, starting next Monday for a weak of epic partying and lots of (hopefu... Read more of this blog post »
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Shannon enjoys cycling, owns a very smart cat and describes Lexie from her novel ‘Woman Scorned’ as her evil twin!
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Be sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram to stay updated on when it will... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Being the only man aboard who knows how to navigate, Thomas Larkin is voted by the crew to take them to Massachusetts after the captain dies at sea. It is a lonesome and frightening experience, but also a challenging one for a sixtee... Read more of this blog post »
Happy birthday to Edgar Allan Poe (19 January, 1809 – 7 October, 1849)!
by Edgar Allan Poe
From childhood’s hour I have not been
As others were–I have not seen
As others saw–I could not bring
My passions from a common spring.
From the same source I have not taken
My sorrow; I could not awaken
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