I can't believe it's only nine more days until "Miss February" is released, and I can't wait for you all to meet Rain, Chase, and Preston.
We'll be having a release party on Facebook on Feb. 27, beginning around 3:30 at Kylie's Fiction Addiction. You can find the page at https://www.facebook.com... Read more of this blog post »
For those of you that don't know, the book is about a man-hating serial killer called Nancy Love. She is beautiful and easily manipulates every man she meets.
This certain twitter user (I won't name... Read more of this blog post »
Even as 18-year-old Ember loses her family and everything she loves, she must embark on a great quest dictated by her planet’s conqueror, the enigmatic Pathfinder, to develop her burgeoning magical powers so she can, in the end, fight him for the ultimate control of Otera and its inhabitants.
Au... Read more of this blog post »
➜GPLAY: ht... Read more of this blog post »
As it goes, the song tells the story of Duchess, a singer, who at the beginning of her career i... Read more of this blog post »
A year ago exactly this major story (and video) in The Atlantic came out featuring some of my #transhumanism work. It has some cool artwork: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/ar... Read more of this blog post »
Since I've taken a million and one years to update thin...Read more of this blog post »
"Because he himself suffered when he was tempted, he is able to help those who are being tempted."
Do you find yourself caught up in some kind of sin over and over? Is the temptation always the... Read more of this blog post »
My newest release, CASH, is Book II of the Devil’s Disciples MC Series, and a great stand-alone with an HEA.
Divorced and in her mid forties, Kimberly fears her sex/love life is over. Southern California’s dating scene is all too competitive, and everyone she’s met has been a douche.
When fate puts...Read more of this blog post »
Same side as Earth
Dark of the Moon
Invisible against a backdrop
Of the central star
Confused where we are
A brief death
Lack of energy
Where we abide
Inside a day of love
It is 2018
About to be
A stopping of breath
AR-15 pierces a dark day
Of the mind
Tommy Jefferson has a dream
So f... Read more of this blog post »
Well, like Remy, my third novel, BONE SURFERS, is finally ready to launch! After winning Lancash... Read more of this blog post »
Are you ready for an pulse-pounding, action-packed read that will leave you breathless? JOHAN is here! Kobo will live soon. Coming soon to iTunes and in print on Amazon!
On her Mi... Read more of this blog post »
Kobo➜ http://bit.ly/2nM... Read more of this blog post »
The US cover of The House with Chicken Legs has been revealed and it is a thing of wondrous beauty!
I LOVE how the UK and US covers for The House with Chicken Legs are completely different, but both hugely original, amazing works of art.
Scholastic, who are publishing The House with Chicken Legs in...Read more of this blog post »
For the final day of the party, I went back and forth on several ideas for a post and finally decided on seven character bios... Read more of this blog post »
My one new piece for Insiders this week covered the top 30 prospects for this year’s MLB Draft, in advance of yesterday’s opening night in Division 1. And I held a Klawchat on Thursday. Unfortunately I did not recover enough from whatever ailment I had this week to make the trip to Myrtle Beach,...Read more of this blog post »
(I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway)
Bernice McFadden’s 2017 NAACP Image Award and American Book Award historical novel The Book of Harlan is a tragic story, which is reminiscent of Native Son and A Lesson Before Dying,
Ms. McFadden tells the story of Harlan Elliot, a fictionized character ba... Read more of this blog post »
We’ve recently returned from a wonderfully relaxing holiday in Denmark, on Western Australia’s south coast. I spent a lot of my time there sitting on the back veranda of the cottage we rented, reading books and watching the amazing variety of birds that visited the garden.
I took two books to read...Read more of this blog post »
I’m really liking Jonathan Leeman. He humbly lets his gifts be sublimated to those of Mark Dever when the two chat on 9Marks Pastors Talk episodes, but when I read The Church and the Surprising Offense of God’s Love and then went and heard his paper at the 2016 ETS—I saw that Leeman himself is re...Read more of this blog post »
My cartoon for yesterday’s Guardian Review
p.s. my book #BakingWithKafka is out now: goo.gl/qKMNdF
Bright smoke, cold fire kocht ik eigenlijk vooral vanwege het omslag en de auteur. Al eerder wist Rosamund Hodge me helemaal te overtuigen, dus zonder ook maar iets van de achterflap gelezen te hebben, nam ik het boek van iemand over. Een mysterieuze mist zorgt ervoor dat mensen sterven en de dod...Read more of this blog post »
Reading time: 9 minutes.
Just when I’ve become used to arriving with all the mistimings of various West African airlines, it’s a half past four departure for me this morning. I take the short forty-five minute flight from Santiago... Read more of this blog post »
Sixty years ago today, CKNW creative director, Tony Antonias wrote the famous Woodward’s $1.49 day jingle.
Antonias, a New Westminster resident and former Aussie—who like most of us ex pats have kept our accents—started as a copywriter at the station in 1955. He stayed there for the next 40 years...Read more of this blog post »
My answer the last few years has been: “Audio Drama, Immersive Escape Rooms, Theatre-Based Historical Education, and paranormal investigation through the lens of the storyteller.”
More than a few eyebrows get raised, followed by a “Wait, what... Read more of this blog post »
Tinder Surprise: Pegging and Begging
Listen to a Sample
EROTIC EXPLOITS OF A CONFIDENT AND ALLURING DOMINATRIX
Have you ever imagined what it would feel like to have an athletic college student mercilessly trapped in a chastity cage...and you were holding the key?
The hotel room heats up as the st... Read more of this blog post »
Splinter gravely intones, “Death comes for us all, Oroku Saki, but something much worse comes for you. For when you die, it will be…”
Shredder throws a hidden knife and Splinter catches it, releasing the spear and letting Shredder fall from the building and land in the back of a garbage truck.
“…w...Read more of this blog post »
I won’t pretend it doesn’t feel a little weird, finishing the second book before the first is out. But progress is progress, and it probably won’t hurt me (or readers) to shorten that gap between the publication of the first and second books.
Nine days ago, I was spinning my wheels a bit and dec... Read more of this blog post »
Did you survive Valentine’s Day, kitten? I did… but it was a close thing. Holy fuck. Key among things I have learned this week:
DO NOT launch two titles in one week.
This is a variant of last spring’s lesson, in which I learned – DO NOT launch two titles six weeks apart. You’d think this year’s l...Read more of this blog post »
It took 8 years
for acceptance to flow in,
at the helplessness
that eroded my soul
It took 8 years
to answer the questions
of ‘Why me’ that plagued
me, each time I tried to speak
It took 8 years
to look into the mirror
and not yearn for the
talkative child I had been
It took 8 years
to swallow... Read more of this blog post »
Tekst jest po polsku i angielsku, i został wybrany ze względu na swoją długość jako eksperyment w tłumaczeniu.
Następne będą dodawane z czasem i postaram się je tłumaczyć.... Read more of this blog post »
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