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They say your destiny is carved in stone. But some destinies are meant to be broken.
The only curse Jesse Lachlin believes in is his grandmother’s will:... Read more of this blog post »
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"The action and drama, the tears an... Read more of this blog post »
Myth 2. A dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's mouth. While most germs in a dog's mouth are dog-specific and harmless to a human being, that doesn't mean that a dog's mouth is actually cleaner than a human's. The... Read more of this blog post »
بارها این اتفاق افتاده. من نشستهم توی اتاقم. یک نفر میآید میرود توی اتاق همکارمان. همکار گرامی قبل از این که از طرف در بیاورد که چقدر نویسنده است و چقدر بارش است شروع میکند به سخنرانی برایش درباره مهمل ترین و بی مصداق ترین مسائل ادبیات داستانی. من چاره ای ندارم جز این که صدای موسیقی...Read more of this blog post »
If you see something, say something.
But if you say something, know it will cost you.
In the wake of the exposure within the last year of toxic leaders and cultures at Willow Creek and Harvest Bible Chapel, there’s been a quiet self-assessment going on among some of those who enabled these leader...Read more of this blog post »
When I crawled into Al-Anon decades and decades ago, I heard the concept, “I am a human being, not a human doing.” I wrapped my head around it and began to remind myself to just be rather than do, and to remind myself again to just be rather than do. It is a tough habit […] Read more of this blog post »
Head over to their blog to read more about my story, The Castaway Prince and the inspiration behind writing a crossdressing character!
https://queerbooksunbound.com/2019/01... Read more of this blog post »
I always find myself way in over my head and with a to-do list that’s longer than a CVS receipt. It has been 3 years since I’ve attempted at starting my own business, even longer if you count the Etsy shop I briefly opened up in college. Overzealous, fickle, and impatient would be...Read more of this blog post »
It gets quiet around here when I’m “between books.” Tamiko and the Two Janitors doesn’t release until summer, but stuff is happening behind the scenes. For instance:The next Songs of the Amaranthine story is due to be revealed in a fortnight (give or take), so you’ll have that to look forward to... Read more of this blog post »
I can’t tell you the number of people who have told me, “Book club saved my life.” They’ve cited reasons such as being shut in at home with a baby or infirm spouse, feeling loneliness or depress...Read more of this blog post »
Have you heard the parable of the frog in the kettle? Most of us have – it is said (unscientifically, I am sure!) that one can put a frog in a pot of warm water, and the frog will happily stay in as you turn up the heat gradually, until that frog is boiled. I doubt that is true for most frogs, bu...Read more of this blog post »
Only 3 WEEKS until MOTION is alive and available all across the interwebs! You can read the first two chapters on my blog (Chapter three is coming SOOON!) and MOTION, SPACE, and TIME are all available for pre-order across the interwebs!
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[image error]It’s that time of year in Australia, as the last days of the school holidays wind down and our thoughts turn to A4-sized exercise books, glue sticks and shiny new school shoes.
For parents with kids in the early years of school, or even at preschool, thoughts might also turn to the be...Read more of this blog post »
Due to having a holiday in December I actually managed to get several books read and I had some real treats to savour. I also found a new author to me who I think I’m going to be enjoying for … Read More
First, OLA! I am so very grateful to the Man... Read more of this blog post »
There’s been a ton of snow in Maryland just this week, which has me thinking about the weather.When writing fiction, the writer controls every aspect of the world they’re creatin... Read more of this blog post »
On me pose souvent des questions sur le métier d’écrivain, autant en personne que via mon formulaire de contact. La plupart du temps, ces questions sont précises : un auteur a un problème en lien, par exemple, avec un syndrome de la page blanche ou la création d’un plan, et me demande des consei...Read more of this blog post »
A couple of weeks ago I was at Queens University of Charlotte for my graduation residency week – yes, that’s right, this wild ride has finally come to an end and I was awarded my MFA.
It’s hard to believe it’s been two years, in some ways it feels like I only just began the program. In some ways...Read more of this blog post »
Life in the Time of Sailing Ships – Part IIIBy Jayne Davis
Part I of Life in theTime of Sailing Ships looked at some phrases in everyday language that originated in the days of sail. Part II looked at living on a warship. For Part III, I’m returning to some of those everyday phrases.
The... Read more of this blog post »
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↦ tyche was the goddess of fortune and prosperity of a city in greek mythology. she was the daughter of aphrodite and either zeus or hermes, although some sources referred to her as an oceanid, a daughter of the titans oceanus and tethys
It’s cold outside. Sweet sainted mother of Mr. Whipple! Right now my phone tells me it’s 4 degrees, FEELS LIKE -8. I don’t care for it. Yesterday I was out there cleaning off the cars and within a small number of minutes, it felt like my hands were on fire. This is bullshit. Yeah, yeah… I know ab...Read more of this blog post »
In February of 2016, I sold out of all my paper copies of Voyage Embarkation and Insomnium. I ran out of Alterra later that same year. By that time, I was already toying with the idea of shutting down the press, and I wanted to redesign the covers of those books, anyway. I also knew that Voyage E...Read more of this blog post »
On Saturday night, I wanted to cry, and I blame Facebook.
My annual two week break from social media had come to an end (the why of this break and things I learn from it is a whole separate post). The Internet was consumed with the incident involving some teenage boys and a Native America...Read more of this blog post »
As I mentioned here back on October, I am part of a national committee of book, writing, and library professionals who are working to connect horror r... Read more of this blog post »
Author: Gregory L. Norris
Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: January 21, 2019
Heat Level: 3 – Some Sex
Genre: Paranormal, LGBT, witches, zombies, gay, magic
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Whitney Abbott travels to the seaside Maine town of Window to begin...Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I have a new appreciation for unseen disabilities!
The author tells his story without self-pity or a defeatist attitude. He's been living in and with pain for some time and yet, somehow, he manages to tell the... Read more of this blog post »
As February approaches, I am scouring our classroom library to find the picture books that I will read aloud every day in honor of Black History month. I try to stay away from the most known stories, after all, if we are to truly celebrate Black excellence then it is important that my students ca...Read more of this blog post »
Przyznam szczerze, że niewiele jest seriali do których tak zmieniłam podejście jak do „Grace i Frankie”. Kiedy oglądałam pierwsze sezony, miałam poczucie, że to produkcja dobrze zrealizowana ale niekoniecznie mająca jeszcze swój jasny rytm i pomysł. Ostatnie dwa sezony przekonały mnie jednak, że...Read more of this blog post »
Source: For 2019’s first flash fiction post, I’m going to share the story that placed 1st in the The Writer’s Workout’s September 2018 500 contest.
Prompt: Write a story embodying the concept of depression in under 500 words.
I can’t hear the music. It used to play nonstop inside my head, each new...Read more of this blog post »
The environment itself will teach the child, if every error he makes is manifest to him without the intervention of a parent or teacher, who should remain a quiet observer of all that happens.” Maria Montessori
I remember the day last year when my daughter called me from her high school colleg...Read more of this blog post »
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I fully recognise none of you may be around any more now that the female-identified nipples have been scourged, but should you still roam these un-nippled halls I will shamelessly update you on my novel. O...
Last year, I published a roundup list of The 105 Best Philosophical Novels. Obviously, several new philosophical novels were published during the remainder of 2017 and this past year. In an effort to keep my list up-to-date, I am releasing annual rankings of the best philosophical novels publishe...Read more of this blog post »
I was supposed to go to a song circle on Saturday, but it was cancelled due to bad weather. Sunday I went out view the post-storm scenery. I am accustomed to ice storms that encase twigs in a cocoon of ice, making it look a bit as if the trees were made out of icicles. This was different. The ice...Read more of this blog post »
Once upon a time, I was like you, so excited about my new love and how good I felt, and there was social media to help me spread the word ...
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Not sure what content marketing is? A fast definition: Content marketing is a marketing procedure of creating and conveying relevant and important content to draw in, acquire, and connect with an obviously characterized and understood target group of onlookers – with the goal of driving productiv...Read more of this blog post »
A couple of months ago I wrote a blog listing the upcoming Self Published Fantasy Releases for December and January. It went well. A lot of people contacted me with the hope that I would turn it into a series of blogs. So, I will. This list will contain a few of the remaining books to be publishe...Read more of this blog post »
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Today is the official reveal of the cover and trailer for Only Ever You, my next standalone new adult romance. This one is an angsty, rock star romance about a guy and a girl who fell in love in juvie only for past secrets to rip them apart. You guys are gonna go crazy for Ryder!! Add it to your...
Here we go.....Beck Valley Books Reviewers Choice for 2018
1st PLACEDriving Whi... Read more of this blog post »
My husband is adopted and has never had an interest in
finding any member of his birth family. But, when genetic testing became
widely available, he did develop an interest in knowing his genetic
heritage. So, we recently completed one of those mail-in DNA kits.
wasn’t surprised by what I was: mos...
Werken met een budget, dat klinkt zo restrictief. Alsof je niks meer mag, behalve verstandig doen. Als ik vertel dat ik zot ben van You Need A Budget, de digitale budgetcoach waar een geweldig systeem achter zit, dan focussen mensen vaak op wat zogezegd niet leuk is.
Dat je je uitgaven moet bijho...
Aaron and I had a chat recently about lulls in creativity. As a musician he was mentioning that he's currently finding himself lacking motivation to create new songs. I commiserated, because this is a true and valid feeling for everyone, and then told him what I have learned after years and year...Read more of this blog post »
Ask the Author: Featured Authors
That's one of the questions Barbara Kingsolver probes in her new novel, Unsheltered . Weaving between the present and the past, it follows two families in Vineland, New Jersey, living in different moments of cultural crisis....more