From L. M. Roth, author of The Princess Who Fell Asleep, The Quest For the Kingdom series, The Adventures of Abelard series, and A Bane In Salem: A Tale of the Salem Witch Trials, comes a heartwarming and hilarious historical romance. A retelling of The Princess and the Pea, Dare Not My... Read more of this blog post »
A long time ago, during my London days, I was in a relationship with a man I believed was my soulmate. One night, deep into a bottle of red, we talked about love. He said something I never expected a romantic like him to say, he told me: "No matter how in love people are, one day, love dies. It a...Read more of this blog post »
OMGosh! I had so much fun writing it, I just know you are going to love it! It's full of laughs and steamy sexting! Here's the synopsis:
*Feather, you are very fly.*
I frown at my phon... Read more of this blog post »
The Word in our modern world... Read more of this blog post »
To read about her, head over to the Sea of Ink Press blog:
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So has peace in our time with North Korea been cancelled?
When President Trump abruptly called off his prospective meeting with North Korea’s chairman Kim Jong-un yesterday, the media immediately crowed that his strategy had gone belly-up, that it showed how incoherent and altogether rubbish his f...Read more of this blog post »
I'm not sure why, because Amazon is not transparent when they do things like this. They just refer you to some vague guideline that gives no helpful information. Several fellow authors have suggested th... Read more of this blog post »
he used to stand,
with a faraway-look
and a scythe in his hand,
and when people saw him,
they used to say,
“There’s Old Father Time,”
and bid him, “Good Day.”
They could not ignore him
as Time marched on
with the clock at the station
and the school bell’s, “Ding Dong.”
Each second, each m... Read more of this blog post »
my recent return to Seattle prompted several friends, family members, and former students to in... Read more of this blog post »
Bibliothèque et Archives Nationales du Québec (BANQ) in Montreal, QC H2L 5C4, Canada;
Saint John Vianney Theological Seminary Cardinal Stafford Library in Denver, Colorado 80210, Uni... Read more of this blog post »
Now what is important, like last month is keeping this momentum for the next month. I really d... Read more of this blog post »
Yes, I went ahead and took the plunge. We have a podcast now. The first episode is about Star Trek, Storytelling, and the Hero’s Journey.
Click here for the main page. You may click on the Mythical Legends PODcast link to listen or CLICK HERE to be taken directly to Episode 001's pa... Read more of this blog post »
Not so long ago, God created mankind and placed him (and shortly thereafter her) here on earth. He placed us here completely free, with no restraints whatsoever except for a few commands mostly in... Read more of this blog post »
☀SEASIDE DREAMS (Book 1) - Read FREE!!
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I went in with very low expectations. My primary concern was that Harrison Ford’s po... Read more of this blog post »
I originally wrote this letter for a contest on Wattpad four years ago as an entry for "Letter To An Unknown Soldier" which is a war memorial inspired by a statue tha... Read more of this blog post »
One of the earliest, now iconic, stories about a hero who is pitted against a series of deadly obstacles as he makes his way across a land... Read more of this blog post »
You feel good about it this time.
Could this be your big break?
You’ve added a funky title and some trendy hashtags.
You hit publish, feeling a mix of excitement and some trepidation.
. . .
An hour later…
Three measly likes and a comment...Read more of this blog post »
Today I visited The Elephant Cafe in Edinburgh, where JK Rowling first began to write Harry Potter!
Bonus pic: when you realize you’ll never be a fraction as successful as her lmaoRead more of this blog post »
“We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.”
-William Shakespeare, The Tempest
Last week a reader asked me what inspired my book, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt. I answered her privately, but here I will share publicly with more detail. The a...Read more of this blog post »
Man, I hope Tommy is doing alright, there's a lot of radicalized Muslims in UK prisons who'd love to have the chance to rip him to pieces. Quite literally; they love their beheadings, and whoever finishes him off would basically be seen as a hero within the prison system and some British Mu... Read more of this blog post »
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Lately I’ve started losing sleep, pondering on everything that is and what could be.
I try to push away the thoughts that invade my brain and yet it always seems in vain.
While my tir...Read more of this blog post »
Here is what's happening with this book now. I'm rewriting it. :(
I finished the first draft in April, and when I got it back from the editor, I realized from her comments that I'd failed to write the book I wanted. Somehow, most of the angst and emotions that were churning in my head in regards... Read more of this blog post »
Yesterday I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Fiona McVie for her Authorsinterviews page. It’s an interesting experience for me as I have spent most of my life asking other people questions.
Hopefully this will give you an insight into the real me. You can find the interview here.
Fiona has in...Read more of this blog post »
One of Chasing Mercury's reviewers wrote, "What makes it ( Chasing Mercury) stand apart is a tinkling, sweet quality... in the midst of tragedy the special something remains that gives glitter and shine to the story."--SX --Clearly hitting on that Comfort Lit thingy. I can assure you that Chasin...Read more of this blog post »
I first noticed Daniel Olesen’s The Eagles’s Flight in the 2017 Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off. It was in the same section as Toric’s Dagger, and while neither book won through, they both made it to the semi-final stage, with Daniel’s book getting a rather more positive review than mine. It soun...Read more of this blog post »
Ihr wisst ja, ich laufe. Also, für Sport. So richtig. Gut, eigentlich nicht richtig, aber schon regelmäßig, und auch seit mehreren Jahren.
Trotzdem lässt die Performance optisch wohl noch immer zu wünschen übrig. Elegant wie eine Gazelle? Eher nicht. Flink wie ein Reh? Würde ich nicht sagen.
Fakt i...Read more of this blog post »
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