Shifter In The Swamp, book 1 of Academy of Necessary Magic, releases Jan. 24! Read the sneak peek below then look for it on Amazon tomorrow!
I’m never gonna be able to sleep like this.
Amanda Coulier lay in her twin-sized bed in room 228C and stared at the plain white ceiling panels aRead more of this blog post »
And I am not the only birthday girl. I share the day with Mariska Hargitay, Chita Rivera, Gil Gerard, Nora O’Donnell, and others.
Celebrating this year may be a bit different. No lunching with the women, or dinner with the family. There will be time enough for thatRead more of this blog post »
The Princess baked a cake for the inauguration. She wanted to write “The horse has left the hospital” on it, but decided sprinkles would get ...Read more of this blog post »
And here it is!
Thanks once more to the amazing Starla Huchton for her work and coming up with an image of Victor that looks more like Victor than my image of Victor.
This is going to be a soft launch, and I don't want to give a date until I have the proof back, given issues with mailing andRead more of this blog post »
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[The CRA may offer Democrats a quick and easy way to repeal Trump Administration regulations, if they are willing to use it.]
The Biden Administration is working quickly to undo the regulatory policies of the Trump Administration. Through a torrent of Executive Orders, President Biden has shifted theRead more of this blog post »
நவீன இந்தியாவை உருவாக்கியவர்கள் பகுதி 2 [தொடர்ச்சி]
குகா அவருடைய நூலில் இந்தியாவைப்பற்றிய அறிமுகமாக ஒன்று சொல்கிறார், இந்தியாவில் ஒரே நேரத்தில் ஐந்து புரட்சிகள் வெடித்தன. நகர்ப்புறப் புரட்சி, தொழிற்புரட்சி, தேசியப்புரட்சி, மக்களாட்சிக்கான புரட்சி. இதுவேRead more of this blog post »
The first three chapters of my new novel are now available on Wattpad and Booksie. Please forward to anyone you think may be interested in a novel that deals with some very serious issues relating to for-profit education and higher education generally. I do not pay for advertising of my fiction or pRead more of this blog post »
In order to turn sensitive conversations into productive workplace communication, a company must be prepared to pivot. With the recent shift in the workplace landscape, Fierce took a more digital approach and introduced interactive microlearning: driving better outcomes through real-lifeRead more of this blog post »
I can’t talk about this. Not in public, at least. If you’re a really close friend, and you’re local, and we’re face-to-face, and we have the time, maybe. But then, it’s still hard. It’s too much. Too fresh. Too painful. I’m too sad. I’m heartbroken. I’m ashamed. I’m racked with guilt and suffering aRead more of this blog post »
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As a writer, I’m always trying to improve. One way to do this is by exploring new genres and ideas. I focused a lot on cozy mysteries in 2020, but I also dabbled in literary fiction, young adult and SciFi. …Pyramids & Puzzles first appeared on Vered Ehsani. Read more of this blog post »
Author Toni Morrison spoke about the power of words, saying “that is how civilizations heal.” We had a stunning example of that in poetess Amanda Gorman’s Inauguration poem on Wednesday.
The youngest poet Laureate is 22 years old and delivered an impassioned, inspiring, embodied recital of her p Read more of this blog post »
[For this year’s MLK Day series, starting as always with my annual post on remembering the full King, I wanted to return to that source, focusing on a few under-remembered moments from King’s tragically brief but strikingly full activist life. Leading up to this special weekend post on a handful ofRead more of this blog post »
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