Some people never die
They thrive on those who cry
On those who dare ask why
Some people never die
Friends come and go, assholes are forever
Pissing on your party like stormy weather
Killing the planet and killing its people
It’s evil for the sake of just being evil
Hate is their lifeblood... Read more of this blog post »
I just wanted to drop a note that I hope to have Devious Minds #2 published in the spring of next year. I'm know it's been a while since my last work, but writing is not my full-time gig and life has other plans sometimes. I hope to bring you a humorous love-story worthy of Syd and Grey.... Read more of this blog post »
Welcome to the POPSUGAR Book Club, a monthly series that highlights the most buzzed-about book releases and authors.
Few things are better than a book you just cannot put down — we're talking about the can't-turn-the-page-fast-enough, lose-track-of-ti... Read more of this blog post »
Hope you are all enjoying the Memorial Day weekend. I've been staying up lately trying to work on the writing side of my business. But, the big news (BIG) is that The Loveable Resident is now a Kindle eBook. It will be soon on Amazon selling for $2.00 so you can check it out. Please let you... Read more of this blog post »
Torn by James Owens is a very intriguing read... Read more of this blog post »
On the surface, rock guitarist Tony DeAngelo seems to have it all: money, fame, striking good looks, and all the women he can handle. But on the inside, it’s a different story. Still running from the aftermath of a tragedy that tore his family apart, and stu... Read more of this blog post »
Valencia is a book I started writing when I was seventeen years old and... Read more of this blog post »
Drawn to... Read more of this blog post »
Different Stripes is on pre-order at Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo at $4.99 USD.
I'll bump it up to $5.99 USD on release but I figure that's still pretty go... Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Loved it! Highly recommend it for lovers of Romance-First rockstar reads. Oh... Dan... what a sweetheart of a bass player. Love, love, loved him! Charla was one tough cookie. She put up all sorts of barriers and he just kept wearing her down in... Read more of this blog post »
Last October I visited France in order to do some research for my upcoming novel, the last book in The Gift Saga. Although my stories are primarily set on Long Island, New York and various locations in Greece, this third book travels to Paris and Champagne as well.
My time in Épernay...Read more of this blog post »
I voted in the advance poll for the provincial election today. I had made up my mind and liked the idea of avoiding the lineups late in the afternoon on Election Day. Nothing any of the candi... Read more of this blog post »
Just wanted to update you that I'm finally on TWITTTER. Would love for you to follow me at:
Plan to do weekly posts - not just with my books, but about reading and writing in general.
Hope you'll follow me!
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“Safety and survival can often circumvent our opportunity to be ourselves, but we must take the reins of our own life back at some point.” p. 14 Discover Your Best Life by Mike Hintz
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Ah, so wanted to play
Right next door's the swamp
Don't have to walk far
Flooded this week
Put on rubber boots
Satellite picture guiding me
But tripped over some roots
Looking for the crossroads
Pictured on GPS
Swamps tend to change
When it storms in... Read more of this blog post »
One Last Love
Listen to a Sample
When it comes to love, it's never too late....
Life has the habit of delivering its twists at the most unexpected times.
For Bonnie, his life had been lived, and the bittersweet memories of his wife, along with the neverending sorrow of losing his son so young remai... Read more of this blog post »
Of all the issues that drive us and disturb us, this one strikes the closest to home. Without water, we simply cannot live, hence access to water is a right that must be protected.
Riv... Read more of this blog post »
To heal one:
• Excavates t... Read more of this blog post »
To read about him, head over to the Sea of Ink Press blog:
https://seaof... Read more of this blog post »
Chapter 1 - Peace Undone (continued)
Solaris set the quill down and blew softly on the ink. The old man gulped the rest of the wine and placed the folded parchment in the desk drawer. The candle light dimmed as the flame weakened. Solaris pushed a drape aside, studying the silent night. There was... Read more of this blog post »
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Inspired by three classic fairy tales—in one steamy historical romance collection featuring novellas from the acclaimed Fiery Tales series!
The Marquis’s New Clothes: To save her cousin,... Read more of this blog post »
So it pays, as a writer, to work out what exactly it is about that character which gives them their unique standout identity. How... Read more of this blog post »
Ethnostate: The Best of the Shieldwall Network... Read more of this blog post »
I always feel cheated whenever Stephen King recycles one of his earlier works and disguises it as something fresh and brand new. He has done thi... Read more of this blog post »
E la vita è bella, dicono.
È che sbagli a viverla, dicono.
Devi goderti le piccole cose, le piccole gioie, i piccoli momenti. Insomma, devi pensare in piccolo, devi essere lillipuziano. E mi ricorda quello che si pestava le palle con un martello e aveva un orgasmo soltan... Read more of this blog post »
People were not doing medieval sheaths right, and I started there. Then it was putting handles on others blades, then making my own- swords were just a logical extension of that process. Very few people at that time were making swords that real... Read more of this blog post »
Did you know you can download my free app to receive notifications of new releases, watch video trailers, listen to audio book clips, and more--all right on your phone! ➜ www.MelissaFoster.com/app
Available for both iPhone and Androi... Read more of this blog post »
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