Groups are on the left sidebar, and our group event is where the discussion will be on Friday. Also, it's all day long, not from 6-7 as previously posted. So drop by anytime and let's discuss WAKE, by Lisa McMann.
But you gotta join the group!!!
Added by Book Babble from Chasing Heroes on March 24, 2009 at 2:09pm —
I'm blogging today over at Medieval Bookworm, and they've also done an interesting Q&A with me... drop in and learn more about Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark!
Added by Donna Lea Simpson on March 24, 2009 at 10:12am —
I'm about to allow you a rare glimpse into my CDO brain (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder alphabetized). Consider yourself forewarned!
As you know, I'm taking a writing break at the moment to take care of...ahem...a few things that I let slide while I was writing and editing my novel.
One of my main goals is to get my writer "stuff" better organized. I think I've accomplished that (at least to some extent), and decided to pass on what I've done in the hopes that someone else… Continue
Added by Cathy Bryant on March 24, 2009 at 9:49am —
CROSSROADS! HOT . . . INTENSE . . . RIVETING! MURDER MYSTERY WITH MALE/MALE LOVE!
Read all about Crossroads
at my blog: The Stuff of Myth and Men
. Follow me if you like!
Here's my most popular blog: Hot, steamy, and loaded with lips! Keta's Keep
Follow me here too if you'd like to read about the… Continue
Added by Keta Diablo on March 24, 2009 at 2:38am —
Right about now I'm trying to decide what project to dive into.
There are so many stories flitting around in my mind, I can't seem to focus properly on any single one of them. I must sit when I get a moment and reflect on what I must get done first.
I still have to finish the final edits on The Shadow Runners, and continue with Mark of the Condemned and Legacy of the Gildan. That will be my first writing priority this year. I want to send them off to publishers and see if… Continue
Added by Brittany Kingston on March 23, 2009 at 7:12pm —
I write a blog titled Notes on the Writing Life, which is just that. It's at:
Added by Sandra Gulland on March 23, 2009 at 4:58pm —
Zamora Book Blog Tour
I am super excited to announce The "Zamora's Ultimate Challenge" Book Blog Tour. I have a lot of fun blog topics to cover from why wrote this book, a fifth grade class discussion about the book, how I handle writing in different genres (mystery vs kids' fantasy) and the differences between the them, plus many more topics, as well as hooking readers up with some cool prizes that include signed books, poster calendars and an… Continue
Added by Michele Scott on March 23, 2009 at 1:09pm —
Chris Tusa, author of "Dirty Little Angels" talks about writing his debut novel and about not writing "safe little books".
Exerpt from post:
"Unfortunately, happy, content characters don’t teach us much about ourselves. But tragedy, desperation, violence, these force us to look inward, to contemplate our lives and more importantly, to consider our own flaws."
Added by Dusty on March 23, 2009 at 9:29am —
I'm blogging on that topic over at Romance Junkies... c'mon over and read and comment!
Added by Donna Lea Simpson on March 23, 2009 at 8:24am —
Meet Caleb Dunne, slacker extraordinaire.
Caleb is relatively satisfied with every parts of his life. He makes no effort to doing anything extra and loves it the way it is. He had unfortunately bumped into trouble when he strolled into the unfinished site of the school. The building suddenly shook and soon collapsed. Caleb had made it out alive and safe but he was certain he was in trouble if found. Soon, he was rat out by… Continue
Added by Gina on March 23, 2009 at 7:47am —
Everybody's singing "Audrey, wait!"
Audrey had decided to break up with her boyfriend, Evan. She have thought about it seriously - if she can write only three pros of having Evan but more than a page for his cons, she figured that she was better off without him. Evan had his mind on his band, Do-Gooders, almost every second of his life, including when he was with Audrey. After Audrey initiated the break-up, Evan said that it… Continue
Added by Gina on March 23, 2009 at 7:01am —
Duncan needs a plan.
He needs impending danger.
He needs a BULLY.
Duncan is head over heels over Carly. His crush filled up every single bone in his body and there was not a single moment where his mind turned himself off Carly. He had tried every single way to get her attention. Duncan parked his car next to Carly everyday,wrote songs for Carly, switched classes to Carly's and made a major six person locker swap just… Continue
Added by Gina on March 23, 2009 at 7:00am —
The following are review links on computer-thriller romantic-suspense It Happens In Threes.
Added by Denise Robbins on March 23, 2009 at 5:41am —
Eternal Press author, Rhonda Parrish is blogging about what inspires her.
Added by Eternal Press on March 22, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Guest review of Real World
by Natsuo Kirino posted at Lost in Translation Challenge.
Added by Harvee Lau on March 22, 2009 at 8:30pm —
Just added reviews of It Happens in Threes
, romantic suspense by Denise Robbins, and historical mystery The Fire Kimono
by Laura Joh Rowland here.
Added by Harvee Lau on March 22, 2009 at 11:54am —
A review of Denise Robbins' romantic suspense novel, It Happens in Threes
Added by Harvee Lau on March 22, 2009 at 11:30am —
Between the Bridge and the River by Craig Fergusson
Back of Book Description:
My copy of this book actually doesn't come with a back of book description. So here's one from Barnes and Noble.com
Bawdy, joyous, messy, hysterically funny, and guaranteed to offend regardless of religion, race, national origin, sexual orientation, or profession Between the Bridge and the River is… Continue
Added by Melange on March 21, 2009 at 10:02pm —
Some times I think we go through life... just looking at the surface of events, feelings and even people. We don't put out the effort to go deeper, to learn more about a person or event. "I don't have the time!" is our excuse. That person may have been the one with the opportunity you needed. That event could have given you important information for your future. I also have decided that those of us who write, create art in any form, have an… Continue
Added by BarbaraZ on March 21, 2009 at 2:19pm —
If you've read my book, you'll know why I'm adding this link. If you haven't read Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark
yet, this snippet of English history will simply be a fascinating, tragic, TRUE story.
Added by Donna Lea Simpson on March 21, 2009 at 9:24am —