“Ms. Solomon strikes again! A deadly encounter re-emerges decades later, even more deadly than before. The plot twists will keep... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
"Cooking for Picasso" is one of those books that readers devour and authors envy.
Camille Aubray has crafted a novel that could have become disjointed and confusing in less than expert hands. Celine's story in 2016 is told in first perso... Read more of this blog post »
Writing saved my life.
There is no doubt about that. Don’t get me wrong, I always wanted to be a writer, it just took me a long time to do anything about it. Life got in the way.
I was born in the eighties. My real name is **** ******* ******. My name now is De... Read more of this blog post »
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I rely on reviews to give me a sense of whether I'll enjoy a book. I've also discovered some great books from reading friend's reviews on GR.
So why don't people do reviews?... Read more of this blog post »
I’ve got so much work to do of different kinds, and not time or energy enough to do half. But I’m trying my best and doing what I can. And praying for cooler weather. Read more of this blog post »
Young adults, African Americans, and Asian Americans largely account... Read more of this blog post »
To make the most of any long, hot, lazy summer days that may be coming your way, it’s time to stock up on some hot summer reading, so here’s a chance for readers in the U.S. and the U.K. to load up your Kindles with three steamy romances at a 75% discount on the usual prices.
Available Mond... Read more of this blog post »
At last... Fourth Wall is the latest of my female domination novels to be published. 72,000 words of deep femdom fantasy that speaks to the reader directly, as Mistress Monique allows you into her thoughts and speaks to you from the pages. I have written in the first-person before, many times in... Read more of this blog post »
If you enjoyed 'A Foolish Wind' why not pop along to: www.theauthorandyroberts.com and signup for my no-spam newslet... Read more of this blog post »
"Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves."
Jesus said this. Maybe sometimes the "false prophet" is within yourself. You have a pet... Read more of this blog post »
In the afternoon, I went for a walk along the same dusty sidewalk as the day before. The rain had compacted the dust. It seemed to follow a sandy riverbank. Here and there, there were puddles. While I was walking at a slow pace, two men of the Masai tribe came up to me. Once I had w...Read more of this blog post »
A visit to the doctor is anything but normal when you're a merman.
We're two days away from the release of Underground - A Merfolk Secret. You can read Chapter 1 here, and all the chapters in between as well.
From the Inside Out
Something about this place was making Chris nervous.
The light-blue...Read more of this blog post »
For those who don’t know yet, I’ve started writing a book on my blog. A series, actually.
While I’m still plugging away at Rise of the Realms, I decided to offer something FREE to my readers who are patiently waiting.
Here’s how it works: every week I post the next chapter to the boo... Read more of this blog post »
Ray DeAngelo is a pilot in the United States Army Air Force during World War II. He pilots the B-17 bomber also known as the Flying Fortress. On a bombing mission over North Africa his plane is shot down. He is the sole s... Read more of this blog post »
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In The Secret of the Tirthas, the demons and their followers are desperately seeking to capture the Artefacts of Power. These magical items have gained their power from the devotion of worshippers over the centuries.
Each Artefact in the story is based on a real life sacred object, from a differe...Read more of this blog post »
Prof. Harari speaks to CNBC about leadership, highlighting that populists are selling “nostalgic fantasies about the past instead of real visions for the future.”
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...held it's premier First Friday Arts in the Alley, an event the purpose of which was to promote community interest in local creatives (those who create),
...and to transform Gahanna, Ohio,
...al... Read more of this blog post »
¡Hola, corazones rebeldes!
Hoy en la sección Vida de escritor, quiero compartir con vosotros una anécdota personal, que me ha provocado una enorme sorpresa y que me ha devuelto la esperanza en la humanidad, bueno, más bien en ciertos lectores, demostrándome que no existen las verdades absolutas, y...Read more of this blog post »
No new Insider pieces this week; I’ll have a Futures Game wrapup Sunday night and an updated top 50 prospects ranking out on Thursday. I did hold a Klawchat this past week.
Over at Paste, I reviewed the popular and very highly-rated new board game Rising Sun, from designer Eric Lang (Blood Rage, A...Read more of this blog post »
Here are the Kritikme recommended tools of the trade for 2018.
I'm coming out of the closet chiffonier on this one and confessing to switching up and down the vocab from time to time with a little browse here. The word origin and history tab on the right-hand side is jolly interesting...Read more of this blog post »
Psychologist Dr Magnus Paul is tasked with the patients of Dortmund Asylum – nine criminally insane souls hidden from the world due to the extremity of their acts.
Magnus has six weeks to prove them sane for transfer to a maximum-security prison, or label them as...Read more of this blog post »
Alex took me out to the desert north of Phoenix. It was an odd choice, considering out here the heat could rise and make seventy degrees feel like a hundred, but he said that we couldn't go to an indoor shooting range because I wasn't eighteen.Again, my age brought up as a hindranc... Read more of this blog post »
I’m joined by friend and photographer, Ryan Varga. We discuss why we would do art for free, the value of making incremental gains, how important listening to one’s inner voice is to finding satisfaction, and why we should constantly reminding ourselves that we’re all going to die soon. The episod...Read more of this blog post »
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Are we then to deduce that we should forget God, lay down our tools, and serve men in the Church – as though there were no Gospel? No, the right conclusion is that, remembering God, we should use our tools, proclaim the Gospel, and submit to the Church, because it is conformed to the kingdom of...
Before we commence with the festivities, I wanted to thank everyone for helping my first book become a Wall Street Journal bestseller. To check it out, click here.
Everyone wants to know what the next great investment is. But that’s the wrong question.
If you want to make money ov...Read more of this blog post »
Le premier souffle épique en est pour beaucoup celui de Gilgamesh (en akkadien 𒄑𒂆𒈦 𒄑𒂆𒈦 / Gilgameš), aussi appelé le grand homme qui ne voulait pas mourir, roi-héros de la cité d’Uruk, à quelque trente-cinq siècles d’ici – épopée de loin antérieure à l’Iliade et au Mahâbhârata.
À la suite de mainte...
The famous quote is “We’re all Keynesians now” credited to Milton Friedman and/or Richard Nixon. Or as Paul Krugman wrote in 2011, “Keynes was right“.
What they mean is that — in an economic downturn — there’s a general consensus among economists, policy makers, and monetary leaders that the...Read more of this blog post »
I got this book last year at ThrillerFest because I heard great things about it. I was not at all disappointed. Final Girls by Riley Sager grabbed me right from the start and didn't let go until the last page. It was riveting from start to finish, with twist after twist that shocked me more each...Read more of this blog post »
I sent the rough draft of Escape From Red Tower off to my beta readers today. It took me several hours to put that together, which I wasn’t expectingRead more of this blog post »
The March-April 2018 issue of the Minnesota Conservation “Volunteer” magazine had a surprising article in
(If only my starving voyageur characters had known. After they ran out of pea soup and rubbaboo, I had them forage for wild plants, and when they were really thin, they lucked into a smelt ru...
Pleased as punch to reveal this swoonworthy cover! It was designed by the phenomenal Lena Yang, and I absolutely suggest you guys take advantage of her editorial and cover design services. She got this cover almost exactly right on her first swing, and was so patient and persistent...Read more of this blog post »
~ By Yvonne Blackwood~
[image error]Lucy Maud Montgomery’s first novel, Anne of Green Gables, was published in 1908. Estimated to have sold more than fifty million copies, the novel has been translated into many languages and has spawned movies and musicals.
There is no mystery about the title―the...Read more of this blog post »
Paul sadly passed away recently. He was one of the first people I followed here on WordPress and was kind enough to even comment on a few of my pieces. A great writer and special soul who has now moved on to the next adventure.
It is with deep regret that I to have to annou...Read more of this blog post »
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