These words are essential for any that desire the truths of reality being brief as possible regarding informative information about my life’s situation as a concerned author with a message for this entire civilization that will allow us to better communicate.
Just the fourth chapter alone in the book I have written clearly shows through the absolutely massive amounts of writing through these past years where…Continue
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A quick post about We Need To Talk about Kevin, as well as the upcoming film version.
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In honour of Halloween, a post about the graveyard near my home.
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This is a wonderful story, first of 3 books from The Journal From The Heart series!
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Although The Devil’s Ribbon is Book #2 in the Hatton & Roumande series, I haven’t read the first book and still found that Book #2 works just fine as a stand-alone novel.
It’s 1858 and London is experiencing a nasty cholera outbreak among its poorest residents, the Irish. No one knows what causes cholera, although there are a lot of theories floating around so no one knows how to stop it until it’s run its course. The Irish had come to…Continue
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This book deals with many women’s issues and the author's healing from them: abortion, date rape, pioneering the sexual revolution, eating disorders, sexual harassment on the job, and more. Yet it is very upbeat, humorous, spiritual, and philosophical. Men love it too, but some have complained that it is not sexually explicit.
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Karen Anna Vogel, author of Amish Knitting Circle, will be partnering with Christian Aid Ministries, an Amish and Mennonite charity in Berlin, OH. In all of Karen’s books there’s an Amish knitting circle. The women in her upcoming novel, Knit Together, will be making mittens for children in Eastern European orphanages. A pattern for mittens will be in the book and readers will be invited to make mittens. Christian Aid Ministries has agreed to collect and…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 31, 2011 at 10:24am — No Comments
More and more, people are enabled in their insularity—enabled by home entertainment systems and by the computer. They can shop from home, watch movies at home, play games by themselves.
People can connect with other people online at home, but in shorter and short exchanges, as if conversation was a painting smashed into a million pieces—two sentences here, 140 words there, a “like” button.
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No matter if I’m happy or in a funk, motivated or lazy, music is a big part of who I am. As many of you know I usually fall in love with a song and I play it for weeks. While there is complete silence around me when I write there is one place I absolutely love to hang out during weekends and listen to music–my backyard. Swinging with a nice, steaming cup of milk with coffee (yeah, you read right, lots of milk and…Continue
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whenever i write a book i always feel compelled to write a poem about how the book made me feel, so this first poem cloudless sky i wrote after i read fairest by gail carson levine:
walked a mile in the rain with you.
underneath the shadowed clouds
you seemed to love your life in
black and white, finding no emotion
hiding your fright.
Not i, i love a cloudless sky,
not you, i long to be…Continue
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From Chapter 2 of Secret Lives:
“Aha, my pretty one,” cackled the hag in the pointed hat. “I’ve got you now! You’re in my power. You’re mine, mine, mine!” Still cackling, she held her squirming captive up close and peered at it until she was…Continue
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LOGAN FISHER arrives in Tombstone, Arizona in the spring of 1885, to bury his estranged father after he was gunned down during a robbery of the Wells Fargo stage.
An experienced bounty hunter, Logan is determined to join the posse that will help bring the outlaws responsible to…
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Just in time for Halloween, Heath Lowrance starts a new series with Trestle Press called “Deadland, USA”. Here are the details:
“It's all over now. The world as we knew it is gone forever and there will be no future generations to read this. One ugly day in March the undead came and none of us were ready. How could we be? Within months, the entire planet was one writhing, bloody infestation, and all the governments, all the churches, all the great men of power and insight and wisdom,…Continue
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Marcie Hollis is a Wiccan, who's always played by the rules. That's until she meets Dan McKenzie, a man who she believes to be the knight in shining armor she's been searching for all her life. However, Dan's not who he appears to be. He lures Marcie into his world of lies, greed and high-grade marijuana. But fate intervenes on Marcie's illicit trip for Dan to New…Continue
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Okay, I can hear you groan from over here, I am a homer for Lee Child’s writing. I know, so what, the man can just write. I totally loved this novel from start to finish. The flashback into Reacher’s life and what catapulted him into his nomad existence is an intense read. The layers of this novel, the deception and nest of lies were fun to read as it unfolded. Very few authors can deliver a read like this: the detail, the minutia, the small bread crumbs of fact smattered with the fog of…Continue
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