When the elephant moves, the dogs start barking. Let them bark. You just keep moving forward without any fear, without stopping, without bending and without getting tired.
Neglect the street dogs which are barking behind your back. You just focus on your goal. You keep doing your work and keep movingRead more of this blog post »
I never had significant issues with writing anxiety before I published my first book. When I wrote fanfiction or other stories, the activity was enjoyable. I could do it for hours and be completely relaxed. Reawakened Flames flipped a switch in my head. It may have been partly due to the health anxiRead more of this blog post »
Drunkard cannot notice the sky with a hangover.
Drunk sobers when it's dark,
sobering to the moon and city lights,
guiding their path,
reading the greed,
Shaking palms read, a fortune, teller, a horror scope. Read more of this blog post »
My book "Japan Is Very Wonderful" is on free download on amazon.co.uk at the moment, and it's gone CRAZY!!! So I am currently at no. 1 in the Self Help chart, no. 1 in the Asian Travel chart and, as of this Read more of this blog post »
With one look, he leaves me aching and wanting exactly what’s promised in his eyes.
That’s not even close.
My Book is part of…. KISSES UNDER THE MISTLETOE!!!!
Read 9 holiday full length stories from 9 of your favorite authors in this fantastic holiday collection. Each boo Read more of this blog post »
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sleaze, adj. contemptibly low, mean, or disreputable
trash, n. literary or artistic material of poor or inferior quality
Welcome to HSTQ: Fall 2020, the curated collection from Horror, Sleaze and Trash!
Featuring poetry by William Taylor Jr., M Read more of this blog post »
Then the optimistic tone. The song presents the possibilities of the moment. What if this is the moment that defines our forever?
I love defining moments.
I especially love the song, because looking back, I sho Read more of this blog post »
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Upon its original publication, The Road to Vermilion Lake was professionally reviewed in Pacific Rim Review of Books, Read more of this blog post »
I've been clued in to a new site for young readers. It's called Just Middle Grade, and is exclusively for titles in this age range, making it perfect for kids or parents struggling to find good books for their reading level. I remember being in 4th-6th grade, and finding books I liked w Read more of this blog post »
I'm very pleased to announce my story Bloody Nostalgia has received an honorable mention in Tales from the Moonlit Path's Halloween contest. It will be posted on October 29th. I will link to it when it's live. Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Naomi introduces DC/Wonder Comics' new heroine Naomi as she learns the truth behind her adoption and who her biological parents as well as who one of her adoptive parents is.
Naomi has some good ideas at its core. The characte Read more of this blog post »
2. Affordable health care
3. Affordable food prices
4. Affordable gas prices
5. Free Coronavirus treatments
6. Pay the police sufficiently
7. Pay teachers sufficiently
8. Pay teacher's assistants sufficiently
9. Pay librarians sufficiently
10. Students need textbooks
When I say "affordable" Read more of this blog post »
The year was 1975. I sat transfixed in the theater; Arnold’s words ringing in my ears – his deltoids and biceps fill Read more of this blog post »
It has b Read more of this blog post »
Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you—the first chapter of the King's 100! Woo-hoo!!! If it's a story you'd like to continue reading, make sure to add it to your list on Goodreads and watch for it to release on July 21, 2020!
THE KING'S 100 by Karin Biggs
I handled my relationshiRead more of this blog post »
The last few weeks have been hellish, dealing with surprise backwards quotation marks Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Water’s Edge is moody and character-driven and a wonderful police procedural.
When the body of a local woman washes up on the rocky coastline of the Isle of Lewis in the Scottish Hebrides, the Glasgow team of Detective Inspector Seoras Macleod andRead more of this blog post »
Storytime: Dealing with Bullies in Grade School
by Joanne Guillard
I'm pretty sure if I remembered kindergarten I was bullied in kindergarten. But I'll just be jumping around from 1st grade to 12th grade.
In elementary school I was alwaysRead more of this blog post »
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