Added by Dennis Sheehan on August 25, 2011 at 4:03pm — No Comments
I have been fortunate to carve some time out of the days here and there and finally get this done, the sequel to “I Have Chrome Balls, Don’t You?” You may not know this but “Chrome Balls” actually made it to number 54 on the Amazon Kindle Top 100 Comedy; no joking here, I am being serious. I received some pretty nice five star reviews, and one four star, to me that just screamed sequel. So what did I do, how could I possibly continue the plotline? I have the synopsis below and the link to…Continue
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My new book is finally available at Smashwords, this time in every ebook format known to man! find it at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/79616
It's made it to the premium catalog, and will eventually be available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc.
Starting on the…Continue
Added by K.L. Little on August 25, 2011 at 7:50am — No Comments
-Did you enjoy the research or the writing more on this novel?
Normally I don't enjoy research, but in the case of THE PARADISE PROPHECY I had a lot of fun with it. Looking into the history of ancient documents like The Devil's Bible and Steganographia was not only fascinating, but also had a great influence on the direction, scope and depth of the story itself.
What is your writing style? Are you an extensive outliner or do you just do it all organically as it comes to…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on August 25, 2011 at 7:27am — No Comments
Ravencraft Romance Realm is honored to have Clark Hayes and Kathleen McFall, a Paranormal Romance Author duo/team as our Guests for the day. They share their duo writing experience and process. They also share a little about their new release, The Cowboy and the Vampire.
Details for a Giveaway are announced as well.
It all happens here:…Continue
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The post examines how religion leaches saintly women of womanhood ...
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SHOW ME HOW! BUILDING YOUR CHILD’S SELF-ESTEEM THROUGH READING, CRAFTING AND COOKING
By Vivian Kirkfield, BA, MS
Vivian Kirkfield has poured so much care and love into this wonderful guide that it is palpable on every page. Any parent would consider it a blessing to be able to leave…
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August 23, 2011
A front-page article in the Sunday Times got my attention. It was an immigrant story unfolding in Britain, but it could certainly could have been here or in any country in Western Europe. I don’t want to get into immigration politics but I think everyone will agree that there is a certain degree of public hostility toward specific groups of immigrants. ‘Managed migration’ ensures the most desirable, skilled refugees…Continue
Added by Jan Marin Tramontano on August 24, 2011 at 1:28pm — No Comments
Hi Fellow Bookblog Buddies,
I am pleased and excited to announce that Diesel Book Store in the Brentwood Country Mart at 225 26th Street in Santa Monica is carrying my book!!! If you live in the area, please stop in and visit Aunt Nettie--she's been waiting to tell you some of her great tales!!
Thanks so much,
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This editorial will be a view of liberalism, and conservatism systemic beliefs. Furthermore, what these two divergent philosophies impede or promote.
The terms' liberal, and conservative I believe are really talking points. The more accurate terms are socialism, and…Continue
Added by Douglas Bryant on August 24, 2011 at 9:50am — No Comments
An early trip this week with our featured author due to the fact I'll be in Nashville on Friday. However, today in Iowa it looks to be another very warm day, so I'm off to meet Rodney Robbins in Denmark this morning. While doing the interview, we're touring the National Museum, looking at the…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on August 24, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
Ready to take a trip down memory lane? Do you remember the time period between 1978 and 1983? Okay, were you even born yet? I know I am an oldhead, so for me I was into the fun romp through some of the memories of music, clothing, word usage(slang), places similar to Space Port, and many other things John Reed details in his debut novel. The time period is special for me because I met, fell in love with my wife and got married during this time period. Although Jay Cody had his share of…Continue
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