Monthly Archives: March 2017

Writers, It’s Okay To Log Out

Originally posted on Shannon A. Thompson:
Social media is a must for writers today. Connecting with readers through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other platforms is easy and welcomed, but it can get overwhelming. With the myriad of ways we have…

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Next Sunday Post: Any Anime Fans?

Replace ‘Mom’ with ‘Dad’ and you get my life at times.  Worst one was when he walked in on a friend and I watching one called Ikki Tousen.  Lots of fan-service there, but we got into it because it took … Continue reading

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An Offer You Can’t Refuse on a day that, unless you’re British, you won’t understand.

Originally posted on M T McGuire Authorholic:
A few bits and bobs today – first, yesterday. Well, that was a bit of a bonus. McOther had a rugby match to watch and it just so happened that the Cambridge Institute…

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Easter – April 16

Originally posted on Julian Froment's Blog:
I just thought that I would begin preparing early for Easter this year and wanted to share this book and these few thoughts with everyone. So what do we think about when we…

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From The Psycho to the Killer: Should I Take a Break?

I have this song stuck in my head, which I brought on myself.  Bought ‘Moana’ for the kid and he said he loved it . . . Then only watched it once.  Finally got him to watch it again today … Continue reading

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Book Spotlight – The Carnelian Throne – Science Fiction/Spec Fic/Fantasy

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
Title: The Carnelian Throne Author: Janet Morris Genre: allegorical fiction, science fiction, fantasy, political fiction Main character description (short). In a far and dystopian future, three rulers seeking to make truth of prophecy explore…

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When the Villains Are Acting Like Villains

Well, this has been a rough week since the previous posts were about spoilers and a series have a book of darkness.  Why not end it on the same note?  After all, a big reason I’m anxious is because there … Continue reading

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Opening Scene: Ichabod Brooks & the Starwind Egg

(As stated, I’m going to publish the first part of each of the new Ichabod stories.  Hope everyone enjoys the teasers.  I only have the one Ichabod picture to work with too until I get cover art.) Ichabod Brooks takes … Continue reading

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Thursday – A Little Personal – #RRBC Spotlight Honors Interview with Lynn Miclea

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
Today I am interviewing  Lynn Miclea author of the book “Ruthie: A Family’s Struggle with ALS.” This book is a memoir written by Lynn in the hopes of helping other caregivers cope with the awesome…

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Dear Lisa Vol. 2, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Hey, hipsters, Lisa Burton the robot girl here, and today we’re doing something fun. I don’t have a guest to interview, so we’re holding another episode of Dear Lisa. This is where I flip through…

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