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I LOVED GOODreads as a reader! It's where I found all my book recommendations, fellow readers, and indie auth... Read more of this blog post »
Guest Blog The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen
Please Welcome Tani Hanes as She Tells Us About Her Paranormal Romance, FARRAWAY MIST #bewi... Read more of this blog post »
Don’t look. Don’t touch.
Those were the rules.
It took one heartbeat to fall in love with my best friend’s little sister.... Read more of this blog post »
My new book "The Woman in the Water" has been out in the wild for ten hours ☺ What a nice, and only slightly terrifying, feeling. Thank you ~SO~ much to all of you who pre-ordered and spread the word! I will never be able to express my gratitude.
Here are a few links to buy it,... Read more of this blog post »
Caí en la tentación de publicar un libro.
Llegó cuando menos se lo esperaba.
Llegó porque tenía que dejar de llegar.
Llegó mi muerte porque viví demasiado.
Llegó mi muerte disfrazada de laurel.
A partir de ahora necesitaré un asesino d... Read more of this blog post »
Would you like to promote your YouTube Reviews a little bit wider?
I'm beginning a marketing campaign - promoting you and starting podcasts - so if you'd like to get caught up in that work, then visit these pages and let me know if you'd like to promote your work:
https://www.bewleybook... Read more of this blog post »
I haven't kept up with my posts on a regular basis, but for a wonderful reason.
I've begun working on my next project! Actually, I started it before I began writing my memoir, Always-Always, a year and a half ago. Over the past month I have worked tirelessly with researching, outlining, p... Read more of this blog post »
FREE brief PDF Bible study (one page, double-sided, tri-fold):
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Just as I mentioned in previous posts, 'History has a way in repeating itself'. I can easily see this prophecy c... Read more of this blog post »
Now That's SMART!
I recently taught a brief workshop about the importance of setting SMART goals for the year. We discussed the various types of goals:
All of these types of goals may apply to your life or not. But one thing we... Read more of this blog post »
Yo he sido seleccionado y estoy en dicha colección junto a otras grand... Read more of this blog post »
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The nikki blaire team is going to LA for IndieLove, and I’d love to meet/see you! I’ll be doing book signings, giveaways, and sitting on a panel to talk about Fortunate and Fortress.
If you would like a taste of the novel, I recommend heading here:
Please enjoy! :) Book two is nearing publication! Read more of this blog post »
Först och främst. VAB. Igen. Stackars sjuk liten människa behöver mig hela dagarna. Det drar ned all form av produktivitet till ett minimum. Det har dessutom råkat sammanfalla med manusredi... Read more of this blog post »
I head upstairs for a rendezvous. The rapid pitter-patter of my heart mixed with the excitement of something new with[image error] promises of a wonderful future together. It’s love! I have only to reach out and grab it. My hands tremble as I caress the strong frame before me. So capable and...Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been seeing these more and more often lately and I have a few friends who actually have started writing them. These are books that have features of traditional RPG videogames.
Whereas books have been made into games and games have been made into books, this is more of a hybrid. It’s not a cho...Read more of this blog post »
The past few weeks have been pain filled. I know I’m not alone in this. Writers spend a lot of time sitting. Some pain is expected. Getting up and moving around, taking breaks help. But that becomes a lot harder when your pain has a medical name.
Once it’s named following a doctor’s...Read more of this blog post »
Dinsdag! dus tijd voor een nieuwe discussie! Vandaag gaan we het hebben over omslagen. Vorige week was de stelling: Het heeft geen zin om het eerste deel van een serie te lezen als de volgende delen nog niet uitgegeven/vertaald zijn. Een aantal jaar terug was het echt een dingetje, waarbij mensen...Read more of this blog post »
I just started rereading Watership Down by Richard Adams last night. Normally I wait to write about the books on my Classics Club list until after I’ve finished them, but I’m also rereading Elain Aron’s The Highly Sensitive Person In Love and I was struck by a connection between the two books.
In...Read more of this blog post »
It’s Monday now, but Sunday’s gospel is one of those gospels that are really short… BUT. There is so much art about it because it is quite a vivid scene. After all, Jesus goes into the wilderness! A good way to kick off the First Sunday of Lent, no?
For those of you who may have missed the gospel...Read more of this blog post »
In my quest to post writing tips and information that benefit my readers, I’m introducing Harmony Kent of Story Empire Blog today.
In Harmony’s own words, she starts, “Today, I am posting about a serious issue that I have experienced recently. Some of you might have noticed that I no longer have a...Read more of this blog post »
Salmonella contamination effects both humans and animals the same way - feeling lethargic, fever, body aches, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramping an... Read more of this blog post »
[image error]I work in the schools. I have been a speech and language pathologist for twenty-one years and nineteen of those twenty-one years I have served inside a school.
What I have noticed over the course of time is the decline of so much we used to take for granted-respect of self and others...Read more of this blog post »
Well, I'm doing all right here in... (insert weather here) Ohio. And, I have some exciting news!
I have a new book release coming very soon!
But first, a cover reveal!
So, please keep your eyes on my facebook page at: www.facebook.com/dan... Read more of this blog post »
We’re here to celebrate the book birthday of The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Crave this Tuesday, on February 20!
It’s book 4 in a funny, sexy, urban fantasy series that readers have called “the wittiest, smartest, most fun novel I’ve read in a long time” and “…a fun, funny, and unapologetically raun...Read more of this blog post »
Ever notice how we interpret things differently?
A husband walks in and sees the sink filled with dirty dishes. He reads a note on the table: “Darling, I am attending a program at church. May be late. Love you.” He may say to himself “lazy woman, she’s taking advantage of me – expecting me to wash...Read more of this blog post »
I’m writing a lot about London in the 1960s at the moment, and so to read both London and 1960s set THE LONG FIRM was an absolute treat. A treat which made me turn puce with envious thoughts, but a treat nonetheless. This is really a superb example of how to conjure up a period. Jus...Read more of this blog post »
Garry Kasparov, Francesca Rossi and Jason Tanz, moderator
IBM Research AI’s Francesca Rossi and former world chess champion and AI scholar Garry Kasparov discuss the dangers of AI growth and possible regulation, as well as the effect of AI on the job market.
Artificial Intellige...Read more of this blog post »
I remembered the sounds of So... Read more of this blog post »
Man… what a post for this week! I’ve been challenged to review Shipmates as if it weren’t mine. Why did I agree to this?! I’ve never reviewed my own work before! I mean, I’m constantly judging my own stories to make sure they’re good enough to be released to my readers… but nothing like this!
Oka...Read more of this blog post »
Dissatisfaction and disinterest in an employee at the workplace is a dangerous thing. It’s a silent poison that is slowly eating away at your resources, draining your best talent.
Sure, it’s one thing if there’s one employee with an issue, but if you notice that more and more of your employees are...Read more of this blog post »
Death and life are intimately linked.
I think we like to believe that life sits over here, while death has its own box on the other side of the room. Life is the front door, the window sill, death is the basement, the back scary corner of the garage no one wants to clean so we all just ignore it....Read more of this blog post »
Dallas Willard was once asked, “Why are Christians so mean?”
His answer was up to the task. He said that Christians are mean in proportion to when they value being “right” over being “like Christ.”
It’s not enough to simply believe correct doctrine; as God’s chosen people, we are asked to behave...Read more of this blog post »
I've been reading The Warmth Of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson.
It's the story of the Great Migration of black Americans from the South to the North and West told through the lives of three people.
There's Ida Mae Gladney, the wife of a sharecropper who leaves Mississippi in the 1930s after a fami... Read more of this blog post »
Porque toda ayuda es poco a la hora de escribir y corregir.
Desde hace unas semanas Twitter arde presa de una nueva polémica. O más bien de una polémica resucitada: la necesidad de que un autor utilice sensitivity readers .
Para quien no lo sepa, un sensitivity reader (SR) es una persona que pe... Read more of this blog post »
La semana pasada te hablaba de un tema tan jugoso para la ciencia ficción como es el transhumanismo. Centré el artículo en hablar sobre cómo conseguirla, pero dejé de lado un tema casi más importante: las consecuencias del transhumanismo. Hoy me he propuesto solucionar ese vacío ético.Read more of this blog post »
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Houston Half Marathon FinishOne on extreme, there are the runners who always want the latest and most sophist... Read more of this blog post »
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