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“Houses” is about the many beautiful, enduring and literally earth-shattering epidodes that women and men experience in life. It’s how the locust-like numbers of “baby boomers”…in our gusto for living, for challenge and change, helped bring about impassioned…Continue
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Heavy January 27, 2011
What’s the largest, thickest, heaviest book you ever read? Was it because you had to? For pleasure? For school?
The largest book I've read for pleasure was…
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Fatal Judgment is a new series starting for Irene Hannon and it is a winner. I thoroughly enjoyed her Heroes of Quantico series (please feel free to check our archives), and had the release date of this novel in my Google calendar. I have to keep things straight so I do that sort of thing, plan the work, and work the plan as my Dad always said. I am not sure if she was talking about this particular novel, but it applies in almost all circumstances. Feel free to use this to your advantage and…Continue
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I've been blessed many times in my life and for that reason, I believe in paying it forward. Whether it's by helping other writers through the Liberty States Fiction Writers or participating in various charitable events, I think it's the right thing to do.
That's why I never hesitate to contribute to the Brenda Novak Auction for Diabetes Research. This…
Added by Caridad Pineiro on January 27, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Talking helps you write?
Well, it’s more than likely the first “writers” in our human family were mostly speakers. I could work really hard to do the research to support that contention but I’m reasonable certain; plus, I found a cool Squidoo Lens that can launch you into this ancient art form, still alive and kickin’, by the way :-)
And, if you…Continue
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Visit my blog today for a great Q & A with Lou Aronica.
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New Review up on the site: Glenda Larke's Last Stormlord & Stormlord Rising
Perhaps the first example of Epic Climate Change Fantasy? Alyssa…Continue
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Naked vampires having sex and doing rude things together is (not) what my blog is about.
Well just got in my book trailer film clip for my book and it looks great it is now on youtube and I am trying to get it seen around the world…….I have found out that just putting fangs rule in youtube finds me!
Famous !!!!!!!!! yeeeeeeeeeee
Wooooooooooooooooooooow this is so exciting there is even a nude shot of me in the film clip …….hehehe………. but you will have to look…
Added by Amy Mah (Vampire) on January 26, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
This week’s historical trivia unashamedly looks at Victorian sayings that involve cats.
If a thief talked about a ‘Cat’, the chances are he wasn’t referring to our feline friends but a lady’s muff. Similarly if he mentioned ‘Freeing a cat,’ best hold on tight to your possessions, because he was about to steal something.
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