Hello, friends! I’m happy to share wonderful news about J.M. Sullivan’s “Broken Glass” release!You will find a blurb, Rafflecopter giveaway, … More “Broken Glass” Release Blitz!
Brett Kavanaugh was nominated by Trump to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by Anthony Kennedy. The “New Yorker” reported … More FAMOUS IN SEPTEMBER AND NOW…..?
Uh-oh! I’m crunching deadlines for a book and the upcoming California Dreamin’ Conference, as well as spending hours and hours … More London Waterways (of a Different Sort!)
This week I thought I’d share some photos with you. We don’t get snow all that often in southern New … More Winter photos
Dark Game Review: The Council (PC) Review by Casey Douglass Recent years have brought gamers some fantastic episodic adventure games, … More Dark Game Review: The Council (PC)
Originally posted on BlogBattle: January 2019 Blog Battle Entries Updated daily! “Nature” by Anita Dawes “The Artist” by The Dark … More #BlogBattle Stories: Flower
The Brexit debate in Britain has been bogged down in bad-tempered arguments about tariffs and the terms of trade. But … More Why Europe? Peace. That’s why
In the early 1800s Montgomery was a thriving market town. A plaque on Broad Street tells us that in 1840 … More The Robber’s Grave
“Capturing the sights, the sounds, and the smells of a hard-working rock band.” … More “TAP” HITS 35
This is such an awesome quote and it spoke to my heart this week. I like the idea that we … More Brave Lessons #2
Gentle Reader, I am pleased to announce that How to Marry a Werewolf (Channing’s love story) is now available as … More How to Marry a Werewolf Gets a LARGE PRINT Edition! (Claw & Courtship)
I love the beginning of the year. I can’t wait to take down the festive decorations with Christmas behind us … More Book-Deal signed in 12 hours and other News!
I submitted a question on Facebook during the interactive broadcast by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on Saturday night. Imagine my surprise … More Nnamdi Kanu, Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, speaks on Radio Biafra from Israel and answers my question – January 12, 2019
2015, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, ages 9-13, upper primary, lower secondary, fluent reader I actually found this book … More Theodore Boone The Fugitive by John Grisham
It’s Monday again, and time for your Just Jot it January prompt! I’m writing this early and scheduling it, so … More #JusJoJan 2019 Daily Prompt – Jan. 14th
I’m happy to welcome Soul Mate author Rachel Sharpe. Today, Rachel shares her writing journey and latest release, Simple Misconception. … More A New Perspective
Daryl Devoré’s Dark Chocolate and Strawberries Character Interview ~ Red Hood • What impression do you make when a person … More Dark Chocolate and Strawberries by Daryl Devoré
White Fire is out and I’m biting my nails. Soooo to pass the time I thought I would do a … More Q and A: White Fire – a sci fi adventure
Today, I want to hand my blog over to Best-Selling Author of the Detective Sam Smith Series, Hannah Howe, who, … More mom’s favorite reads – the most exciting thing in the indie world since sliced bread!
I’m thrilled to announce the release of The Legend of Crying Girl Creek. The worldwide release date is February 13, … More Book Release for the Legend of Crying Girl Creek
THE GIFTED KID BOOK SERIES by Gloria van Donge The Gifted Kid Book Series has been written to create a … More The Gifted Kid Book Series by Gloria van Donge
I went to a cliff over the sea and considered the Monterey cypresses standing in attitudes. Here are the two … More One place, two ideas
TARGET 91 is a fast-paced satirical novel about US gun culture. It is my GREAT ADVENTURE! target 91 look inside … More Anti-gun activists suspects in shooting
The post Are You Still an Aspiring Writer? appeared first on A Writer’s Journey. You’ve been writing for days, months, … More Are You Still an Aspiring Writer?
Last year, 2018, became the year of the woman with the #metoo movement and record numbers of women being elected … More Twelve Women Living Their Live, but Wanting More