SPANK ME TWICE
– BLURBS – More information about the Anthology: NOBLE ROMANCE.
Sequel to Spank Me Once.
Lip Service, Keta Diablo
After their recent tiff, Bryan took off for Japan on business and left Navarre home to stew. Now Bryan is expected home after two long weeks, but fate has other plans--mechanical problems with his plane and no rental cars… Continue
Added by Keta Diablo on August 3, 2009 at 12:21am —
Every freelance writer should add this to his resume...freelance marketer
On Saturday, I was invited to attend a Writer's Group mini book fair in which there were several authors besides myself present to introduce their book to a group of interested readers. During the book fair, the guests were served refreshments and were given a Q&A discussion period with the authors about the publishing business, about their books, and about the ins and outs of writing and submitting.… Continue
Added by Shelly Nicholson on August 2, 2009 at 11:00pm —
This is my first blog here. Found this place over at Heather's place Books and Quilts. Seems like a great place. Can't wait to meet some new bloggers and book readers!
Added by Sherrie on August 2, 2009 at 10:47pm —
So this was my favorite book of the series so far (minus the little sad part at the end- I won't spoil it for anyone).
It was one of the more interesting books that went as fast as all of the others. I feel so bad about Martin that I can't wait to start the next book. I don't know if I will be able to read anything else until I find out what happens.
Again, I really enjoy anything that Harris writes and I will read anything that she puts out. Fool and his honey was def… Continue
Added by Mrs. Kurin Marie on August 2, 2009 at 7:41pm —
New review up on my blog!
Added by Jennifer M. on August 2, 2009 at 6:28pm —
Added by Melissa D. on August 2, 2009 at 6:07pm —
A lovely story about family relationships.
At odds with her husband and needing a break from work and her life, Jo-Lynn Hunter returns to her family's roots in Cottonwood, Georgia. After her great-uncle's death, her great-aunt Stella asks for Jo-Lynn's help in restoring the family home. As Jo-Lynn begins renovating the old house, she uncovers secrets hidden within its walls and within her own family. As she learns more about her family, she… Continue
Added by Holly on August 2, 2009 at 5:00pm —
The Other by David Guterson is a work of fiction that treads the fine line to believability. It is just possible someone exists that has done what John has done. It is very likely. The Other is written from the perspective of Neil Countryman who is a want-to-be author and full-time school teacher and family man. He is best friends with John William Barry who was born with a silver spoon. These two dissimilar men share a love of the wilderness. A… Continue
Added by Deirdra Van Duzer on August 2, 2009 at 2:38pm —
Job transfers were part of my father’s job as a railroad engineer. As a consequence, our family moved every so often during my dad’s career to a different place, mostly in Java's eastern province. Though once he was transferred to Padang Pandjang on the big island of Sumatra’s west coast, where my brother Ben was born.
When my dad retired, my parents decided to settle in Lawang, a small town between Surabaya and Malang on East Java. Predictably, Dad bought a house in sight of the… Continue
Added by Martin Van Genderen on August 2, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Do we need a new word for the new kind of "reading" we do on screens?
by Danny Bloom
Are you reading this -- or -- are you
screening this? How you answer
this question will determine whether you get to the bottom of this
Alex Beam, writing in the Boston Globe
on June 19, fired the first
volley in this now-national
discussion. "Do we read differently on the computer… Continue
Added by dannybloom on August 2, 2009 at 2:56am —
I am currently reading Shakespeare's Landlord by Charlaine Harris. So far so good, will keep you posted.
Added by Melissa D. on August 2, 2009 at 12:57am —
As I finish up on July virtual tours and try to get everything needed together for August tours while beginning work on September and October tours - all while maintaining six professional blogs, a character interviews blog and a personal blog - I begin to wonder if I'm meant to be a writer.
In the fiction sense, of course.
I can't help but admire the writers who balance out a career in writing along with a 'day job'. For some reason, I keep having trouble figuring out all… Continue
Added by JM on August 1, 2009 at 11:33pm —
“Dulce,” my cousin Felix says as I spread myself out on his bedroom floor. “Have you ever read Outliers
?” I ask.
“Malcolm Gladwell?” He asks. “Blink?”
?” I ask.
He stood and grabbed a medium white book and graciously pushes it towards me. “Read it.”
And thus began my love affair with Malcolm Gladwell (and his afro) began.
Outliers: The Story of Success
redefies the concept of ‘success’ by… Continue
Added by Dulce-Marie Flecha on August 1, 2009 at 6:24pm —
Book One of The Chronicles of Kassouk, WHITE TIGER, is out today from Desert Breeze Publishing. You can download it HERE
Or find it in Kindle format at Amazon.com… Continue
Added by Vijaya Schartz on August 1, 2009 at 5:50pm —
The Spook's Curse is the second book in the Wardstone Chronicles, written by Joseph Delaney. A sequel to the first book in the series, I think of the Spook's Curse as an unexpected sequel as the Spook's Apprentice seemed like a stand-alone novel, but it wasn't at all a mistake to continue the series. Continue
In this instalment, Tom Ward is continuing his training as a spook, seeking out and eliminating the dark and…
Added by Jordan Edward Langston on August 1, 2009 at 3:00pm —
Hex Marks the Spot by Madelyn Alt
The third installment in the Bewitching Mysteries series was definitely my favorite thus far. Maggie is finally growing as a character and even though I rate Ms. Alt's book at a nonstop 4, it doesn't seem… Continue
Added by Kelly Ohl on August 1, 2009 at 1:35pm —
Winds of change were unmistakably headed for my homeland, the island nation of the former Dutch East Indies, nowadays known as the Republic of Indonesia. They came foreshadowed by foreboding events. The Netherlands, our fatherland, soon fell victim to the unbridled war of expansion of Hitler’s Third Reich in May 1940.
Japan’s sneak attack on Pearl Harbor in December of ’41 served as a clear and ominous omen that war was heading our way. The infamous attack on the United States of America… Continue
Added by Martin Van Genderen on August 1, 2009 at 1:30pm —
This book, "My Miracle" is all about before, during, after, and up to this point since I had a Traumatic Brain Injury/Surgery, coma, and relearning everything over again. It talks about roads we take, decisions we make, how you may communicate with a loved one going through this kind of adjusting, relationships, marriage, school, work, alcohol, getting into trouble, finding your way, the simple facts of God (before and after this accident), professionalism, and so much more.
I had to… Continue
Added by Rodney Barnes on August 1, 2009 at 1:30pm —
"SNAPSHOTS" is a collection of memories of my life which began in pre-WW II, in the former Dutch East Indies, better known as Indonesia. My early life had its roots in an era when profound political changes in the region were in the offing. Ultimately, those changes brought about by the advent of WW II and the violent aftermath known as the bersiap period came to pass. Altogether, they re-shaped the region that had been a Dutch colony for some three hundred years. Its… Continue
Added by Martin Van Genderen on August 1, 2009 at 1:00pm —