After that, though, I'm planning to do another Dragonlords of Dumnonia novel, and I can't make up my mind which one. So I thought I Read more of this blog post »
As of today, I now have a YouTube channel! The official J.D. Cunegan YouTube channel will feature several different types of videos, including — but not limited to — readings from my various works, video essays on writing and pop culture, book reviews, Read more of this blog post »
If you can make saving money fun, your kids will be more likely to do it. But how do you make saving money fun, when it can often be such hard work? The key is to think like your kids. Here are a few tips to get you started.Set a Goal
Often, kids won’t become interested in saving money until there isRead more of this blog post »
One thing some authors may not think about is whether the images they’re using are copyrighted when creating ads, sharing images on social media, or finding photos for their website and blog. It is always necessary to double check when sharing images (or any type of content really). This Read more of this blog post »
I will be running a Giveaway on Goodreads this October. Five winners will receive signed paperback copies of Lost Wolf along with Lost Wolf bookmarks.
I'm so excited Read more of this blog post »
Congratulations, Peggy Clayton! You're the winner of the LOST IN PARIS advance reader copy. Please Facebook message me so I let you know how to claim your prize. Thanks to all who entered. I will be hosting more giveaways soon. So, please keep checking back.Read more of this blog post »
i'm not sure last night could have gone any worse for me. just one shitty thing after another. i was beyond fucking annoyed by the time i got to bed at 5 this morning.
the New York Yankees lost to Toronto last night, 11-5.
the New Orleans Saints lost to the Raiders last night, 34-24. just too man Read more of this blog post »
It all started as an angel/demon opposites fall in love story. It certainly didn't stay that way for long. With little hints here, pieces of ideas there, I think I create Read more of this blog post »
Blurb: It’s beeRead more of this blog post »
Writing is an innate talent, a desire to release one's inner creativit Read more of this blog post »
Positive Affirmations: Be Confident is a book with 50 affirmations to help you to be confident in yourself, your life, your attributes and your talents. It aims to help you feel confident in yourse Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Revisiting something that one enjoyed as a child is, of course, filled with risk. I remember reading this book when I was around ten years old and and finding it extraordinarily exciting and vivid. It seemed very long th Read more of this blog post »
Make sure you snag a copy of Stories of September here. https://geni.us/ztNcUgr
Before the school bell rang on September 1st, we were already falling in love.
Stories of September is a collection of swe Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I read The Eagle of the Ninth when I was 9, and can still remember it today.
From the Amazon hardcover book description: Around the year 117 AD, the Ninth Legion, stationed at Eburacum - modern day York - marched north to suppress Read more of this blog post »
Acting on the advice of bestselling author Alessandra Torre, I have added my book Beyond to Good Reads. The book is now completed and undergoing the process of being read by beta readers. Be aware that the cover is just a place cover and not the real deal. That will come later. If you would like toRead more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The style -- following paths of association of words and memories rather than a plot, and the rhythm of the thoughts -- put me inside the minds of the four narrators. Their memories were becoming my memories as if I were there w Read more of this blog post »
Life goes by like a hurricane, with occasional moments of joy and sadness, which stand out in an ocean of tedious routine. Without taking too much risk, we avoid conflicts and embrace the comfort of choices that are socially accepted, which can make life a littlRead more of this blog post »
Like most places on the planet, the pandemic has denied us the opportunity of hearing live music in a hall with volume for several months. Our last concerts in Alfas del Pi were in the first week of March, so imagine the elation created by the granting of free tickets by ballot to two restricteRead more of this blog post »
Critique: "Butterfly Lake" effectively showcases author Robert J. Saniscalchi's genuine and entertaining flair as a novelist for originality and the kind of narrative storytelling that is perfectly suited to action and adventure that will grip the re Read more of this blog post »
Trinidad and Tobago writer Brenda Mohammed gets prestigious award
T&T writer gets prestigious award by RYAN BACHOO email@example.com https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/tt-wr...
In the midst of the gloom of the pandemic, one T&T writer has found a reason to celebrate.
Brenda Mohammed received tRead more of this blog post »
Harmony: A Dare to Desire Novel is a contemporary rom-com full of sexy, sweet, and steal your heart moments!
a little teaser Read more of this blog post »
A bloated lute slung over his left shoulder, dressed in clothes much too colorful for his advanced age, the balding man dragged a chair to the middle of the room and gingerly proceeded to stand on it. Taking an instant to secure his balance and make sure the cheap furniture could hold his weight, th Read more of this blog post »
Robyn Delaney as Eugenia
Darcy Fehr as N Read more of this blog post »
Երեկ եղել է, վաղը պետք է լինի, ուստի ապրելը կա միայն այսօր, իսկ օրը չի կարող կոչվել ԱՅՍ, ինչպես առանց երեկվա, այնպես էլ առանց վաղվա, հետևաբար՝ մահից հետոյին վերաբերող մտորումներն անիմաստ համարելը նույնն է, թե իմաստազրկել հիշողությունը, առանց որի՝ ամեն օրը կսկսվեր մանկան ճիչով և կավարտվեր զառամյալRead more of this blog post »
As you build your new post-Corona life, what energy drainers do you need to remove? What energy givers will you make space for?
As we all begin to find ourselves transitioning back to “life as usual” in the wake of COVID-19 re-openings, it’s a good time for us to stop and think about how we wRead more of this blog post »
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