Today it’s my pleasure to introduce you to author Kate Braithwaite. I asked Kate to send me a picture or … More Introducing… Kate Braithwaite.
Hey Everyone!! 🙂 I’ve got Barbara Chioffi in my APC spotlight, today! Barbara is an active and supportive member of … More #APC #Spotlight: Chicanery By Barbara Chioffi!
(Click on image – gif) AMAZON KINDLE“A furious pace keeps the reader engrossed.” Giulietta, an archaeologist and excavation team leader, … More He sent her archaeology dig team desperate warnings through time
Bentley Basset Hound: “♫ In the good old summertime, in the good old summertime. Strollin’ through the shady trails with … More Summer Sizzlers
After months of waiting, I finally received back my manuscript for book 3, “Mandrean Revenge”. All I can say is … More Back to Editing
This is part 2 of “Hideki’s Diary: X Marks the Spot”. For those readers who missed part 1 in last … More Hideki’s Diary: X Marks the Spot (Part 2)
Here in West Seattle we have a wonderful spot called C & P Coffee Company. In this welcoming environment, PoetryBridge … More Memoir & Why I Do It
calla lily: are you more of a sunny day or a rainy evening? Sunny day all the way!
Originally posted on helenvalentina: Full disclosure: I’m a sucker for anything about angels, redemption, universal love and honour. So The Contract, … More Review: The Contract by John Howell and Gwen Plano
The Reality Winner case is good example where a basic investigative method still works regardless of how much publicity that … More Old hat investigative work will always work
Photo courtesy of forensicandinvestigativeauditing.blogspot.com. In modern law enforcement, forensic scientists are a crucial component in a criminal investigation. In addition … More Fascinating Forensics: 2 High-Profile Murders Solved by Unusual Evidence
Jeff’s problems may have been deeper than simple exhaustion. The biggest problem with an opening is all the pressure that … More Wake Up!
Westworld’s “The Passenger” Episode Concludes Season 2 with Hosts Fighting Humans as well as One Another, as they Seek Life … More Westworld’s Season 2 Finale Is A Metaphysical Soiree
I have been reading novels again. After finishing Tasha Alexander’s latest I jumped into Tangerine. It is so refreshing to dive … More What I Am Reading Now: Novels
On Blog to Book: Spiritual Life of A Fiction Writer by Beth Barany… Last month I shared that I was … More Blog to Book: Spiritual Life of A Fiction Writer by Beth Barany
Modern English is the language spoken throughout Elf Killers and the epic series, Heart of the Staff. Fairies speak Middle … More Languages in The Heart of the Staff
By Mary Edwards-Olson I wrote When the Sun Shines Through because of my personal journey. I was a caregiver for my … More From the AlzAuthors Blog: Mary Edwards Olson and her Memoir “When the Sun Shines Through”
Most writers have struggled with getting the words on the page at some point. But writer’s block is not a … More Writing Tips: How To Deal With Writer’s Block
On Saturday I did something that I haven’t done for a long time – attended a multi author book signing. … More When in Wales
Here is book 4 in The Edge series from @Totally_Bound Cuffed at The Edge $0.99 Contemporary, interracial Sometimes the … More Wednesday Whisper ~ Cuffed at The Edge
This Parish Clerk is keeping a close eye on at least one member of the congregation. Part one of this … More The Georgian Clergy (Part 2)
“There is some good in this world, and it’s worth fighting for.” ~J.R.R. Tolkien #UpbeatAuthors #Optimism #writinglife #life
My latest novel, Halo: Bad Blood, hit shelves (virtual and physical) around the US today. It should find its way … More And Now We Got Bad Blood!
My Name is a Knife is out July 17, and we’re having a little birthday party from 5-7 pm at … More Tiny Birthday Party
As anyone following this website knows, I had a great deal of trouble getting the permafree relaunch of my ebook … More Are Amazon’s Price-Matching Policies Cheating Customers?