On October 15--just two short months ago--I welcomed a beautiful, "little" 11 lb 6.4 oz girl into this world. And I feel as if I've changed so much throughout pregnancy and new mommyhood, too. I'm not as quick-witted as I once was, I rarely have time for anyone or anything other than my precious, little bundle, and I'm just plain exhausted.
#1 NY Times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy talks writing, publishing, and finding balance, plus gives her advice for new authors… Check out what she has to say then Read on for more information about this blog tour and all its great prizes!
You’re an icon in—not just the indie publishing community—but the publishing community in general. Your success is something to which we all aspire. In your opinion,
Hi, everyone. I'm right in the middle of reading a really amazing new book. It's part lit fic, part thriller, and fully magical (you know, in a magical realism kind of way). I'll have a review for you later this month, but for now I want to introduce you to this quirky, cool author and her plot for world domination. Oh, and there's a giveaway at the end. Enjoy!
Hello, and thank you for tuning into my interview with Rachel Gold, and author whose book I just adored (check out my review via my other blog). Somehow Just Girls was both super serious and incredibly fun. I used to review by separating out my ratings for entertainment value versus depth of meaning, and even though I don't do that any more, I would have easily given
Just look at that beautiful title. In case you weren't paying attention, here it is again: Reading Shatter Point is like Speeding through New York City in a Porsche Accompanied by the Most Interesting Man Alive. Sounds thrilling, no?
And, guess what? Shatter Point really is like that, and so is its awesome author, Jeff Altabef. For a glimpse into the mind of the man who wrote this hot
About the book: Maggie met Cooper at a young age, but even then she sensed something was wrong with him. His charm, good looks, and wealth could not hide the danger that burned in his sapphire eyes.Some nightmares don’t go away. He’d been haunting her from a distance for as long as she could remember.Now things have changed.When her sons Jack and Tom discover she’s been taken,
Every author should understand world-building. Whether engaged in the writing of genre or literary fiction, an author crafts a unique world with each novel. Even when set in the present day, the novel’s events layer a new dimension upon our visible reality. It’s the dimension of those characters, of that story, but it should feel as real to the
What got you to click into this article? Was it the WTF title? I thought so... Well, I've known D. Robert Pease for a few years now, and I can honestly say that the title does summarize him pretty well. If you read the interview, then you'll obviously understand much better. And don't you want--nay, NEED--to understand? Oh, and you could totally win a $50 gift card to celebrate this new found understanding.
Today, I'm delighted to feature a guest book review by my good friend, Tracy. This is one we read together, and I will be sharing my review shortly on my other blog, www.melstorm.com. Needless to say, I also loved it! So read on for Tracy's review and a special tour giveaway--enjoy!
Tracy's Review: Wow. I want more!! I would love to see what happens