Monthly Archives: September 2015

Every Man Stands for Something . . . Usually to Pee

Over the years, I’ve gotten into a few discussions about fiction that revolve around the hidden meanings of stories.  Like how ‘Hunger Games’ is all about wealth inequality or ‘Lord of the Rings’ is an analogy for WWII.  Some of … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Just Me

Today I have a little piece of Legends of Windemere: The Mercenary Prince, which I hope to release later this year.  As usual, spoilers may be here and I haven’t edited it yet.  It’s a short piece that I hope … Continue reading

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The Rug Is Pulled . . . Again

Stability found Then lost without reason Leaving you confused Life has ripped the floor from below Dropping you into a blender A ride you know too well The pieces gained Are ground into dust and pulp Perhaps to be replaced … Continue reading

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An Audiobook Experience: “The Wolf’s Moon” by Patrick Jones

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Audiobook sales increased 12% from 2008 to 2013, reaching 1.6 billion dollars in sales in 2013 alone. No wonder, then, that Abigail Young’s guest post on audiobooks proved to be quite a big hit with…

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When a Fictional Fight Gets Bloody

I recently finished writing a scene where two characters have their final showdown.  It’s a very brutal fight with broken bones, punctured organs, bleeding, and a wonder that both of them didn’t die.  The reason it came to this is … Continue reading

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New Book Fanfare – Midnight Owl by Viv Drewa

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Coming Down the Pipeline at Legends of Windemere

This is going to be more about the future than the past since we’re coming to the end of September.  I’ll be sectioning things off to make it easier too.  Might make that the new format too since the old … Continue reading

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#eNovAaW Women of Words

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This post is part of the #eNovAaW Women of Words Multi-Author Book Blitz ~ September 23 – 27 blog tour. I am hosting two books written by two extraordinary authors – Dale Furse and Phoebe Matthews.  During the…

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Edge of your seat psychological thriller

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Sue is a dear friend of mine, and she has a new book out. She’s popped over to tell us about it, and she’s offering a super pre-release deal on it too. I already have…

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Published! No Quarter

Originally posted on Helen Glynn Jones:
Yay! I’ve made it through the formatting maze and have (deep breath), hit the ‘Publish’ button on both Kindle and Createspace, which means that No Quarter is now available on Amazon!   …

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