The pictures have nothing to do with the book reviews. They are of products we buy in Europe that we don’t find in the States. Nice crunchy muesli, Nice biscuits, natural yogurt with sugar (typical from Spain), cup-a-soup, and Rio mare tuna salad, which comes with olives, corn, peas...Read more of this blog post »
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Visi žino, ką esu sakęs apie dienos pietus. Kad aš valgau dienos pietus tik tada, kai tai steikas iš meniu ir kai kainuoja €45 eurus, tai čia mano dienos pietūs.
Esu sakęs, kad dienos pietūs – tai kai žmones už penkis eurus užkemša greitai, be pasirinkimo, bet kokia...Read more of this blog post »
I have just finished writing Book 5, Angel Blessed, the final book in my Angel Caste series and I do not feel relieved and I certainly do feel like celebrating. I feel sad, bereft and lonely. It's like my best friends have gone overseas, or worse still, died.
I have very vague memor... Read more of this blog post »
So I was on Twitter yesterday (my first mistake) and I came across this gem by an actual literary agent with an actual literary agency.
Delete all the adjectives and adverbs from your book. All of them. Get rid. Your book will read better, and be more appealing, as a direct result.
The direct res...Read more of this blog post »
I did quite a bit of twitter scrolling, reading more of the Unwind trilogy, and looking up writers retreats and actually applying to some of them. Why? Well, because I’ve never been to a writers retreat before, one wh...Read more of this blog post »
I have six novels/short stories up for giveaways on Goodreads right now.
Check ’em out and good luck.
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Hello everybody. Another day, another blog post in which I review four Hugh Grant movies of wildly variable quality and which, at this stage in his career, contain wildly variable amounts of Hugh Grant. Let’s start straight away with:
Hugh Grant had a weird habit of getting cast as C...Read more of this blog post »
I picked up an interesting addiction while in Peru. Inca Kola.
Apparently this soft drink is a big deal in Peru, though it was apparently invented by a British immigrant as opposed to someone of Peruvian origin. It’s everywhere though, and apparently gives many of the US based soft drinks a goo...Read more of this blog post »
Ever wonder what it would be like to live 40,000 years ago in The Pleistocene Ice Age? Yes, it would be cold, but certainly not dull. Imagine living in the center of Los Angeles, not in Hollywood, but instead walking among pools of sticky tar. Herbivores and carnivores alike mee...Read more of this blog post »
But what’s even more exciting is that the cover and an excerpt will be revealed exclusively by USA Today / Happy Ever After. http://happyeverafter.usatoday.com/
This is a complete hono... Read more of this blog post »
Valentine’s Day, 2018
Even a hard man needs a soft side.
Marko Sendoa isn’t a beach man. He’s not an Auckland man. He’s a hard man. Born Basque, raised in the heart of New Zealand’s Southern Alps, and bred on hard work, discipline, and...Read more of this blog post »
Initially I think I was going to call this list “2017 Imports” but that was a bit on the vague side. And was I really going to include all the Australian, British, Irish, Canadian, etc. books I admired this year? Seems a bit much. No, let’s instead offer an homage to the delightful translatio...Read more of this blog post »
Every year, I try to narrow down the hundred plus books I have recommended and read down to just a handful of the best. The kind of books where if they were the only books I’d read that year, I’d have still have felt like I made a big leap in my education.
I know that people are busy, and we don’...Read more of this blog post »
Yep, it’s me. I’m behind on my newsletter and Written In Sand has been out for months without so much as a release date frenzy from me, but I’m still here. Most importantly, I’m still working on words. Currently in the works are an F/F story that seems to want to become a novel, and I still have...Read more of this blog post »
Happy Monday! In case you missed my previous post about this or you're new to the blog, I want to let you know about a great club you can join for free and get a free book every month. The Gay Romance Readers Club is sponsored by twelve romance authors and each month, an author gives away a book... Read more of this blog post »
With so many great suggestions and explanations, how could I possibly choose only three? You all did awesome! Some of your song ideas are on my current playlist, some I was totally unfamiliar with and you still nailed it!
So I narrowed down the list to those with the best explanations, regardless...Read more of this blog post »
A giveaway for a paperback copy of 'The Frightened Little Flower Bud' ends in just about 6 days. Please note that this is an American spelling version Enter here.
This book is for ages 4 to 99+
If you'd like to review this book, please get in touch with me or reply to this post.
Good luc... Read more of this blog post »
There are signed copies of my books in Colorado at The Tattered Cover (Aspen Grove), Old Fireho... Read more of this blog post »
When? January 11th-13th 2018
Where? Prince of Wales Centre – Cannock, Staffordshire
The Tower Players are putting everyone’s favourite anthropomorphic personification front and centre in their new production of Stephen Briggs’ adaptation of Mort.
Death comes to us all.
When he came to Mort...
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Gay guys have varied tastes when it comes to the type of young man we find attractive. Me, I’m partial to fair-skinned guys with dark hair and eyes. But that’s just me, and I know many of you find blond guys the epitome of male beauty.
Check out Mr. Shirtless t...Read more of this blog post »
I grew up with a dad who slept at home, but generally wasn’t there for me or my brother. He was a good provider, and I was proud of his extraordinary physical strength, but he didn’t come to my games or any school activities. I never had the experience of playing catch or going camping or fishin...Read more of this blog post »
The Curvy Women Wanted series is now in Print! I’ve had quite a few requests about this, and all eight books are now in two volumes.
I totally love these covers.Read more of this blog post »
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Artikel yang saya tulis kali ini sedikit melanggar 'kode etik blog pribadi' dalam hal aturan penulisan suatu konten karena memakai judul yang bermuatan cenderung negatif.
Sebenarnya ini merupakan eksperimen untuk membuktikan apakah judul konten dengan nada negatif dapat menarik lebih banyak perha... Read more of this blog post »
If it feels like my house move has been going on for ages, that’s because it has. I started looking for a place a few months ago. Then there was the loan application and the closing process. All of you who have been through this process before, you know just how much fun I was having.
And now I’m...Read more of this blog post »
The only thing worse than suffering a broken heart is being forced to pretend it never happened. For two years, Mara kept a secret. She was in love with two members of her security team—Landon and Early. As an actress, she’s always in the spotlight. Keeping her reputat... Read more of this blog post »
1910 – Georges Claude, the first person to apply an electrical discharge to a sealed tube of neon gas, displayed the first neon lamp to the public at the Paris Motor Show.
1967 – The Concorde, a joint British-French venture and the world’...Read more of this blog post »
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