Category: everyday inspiration

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BOOK REVIEW: May Day by RR Born

  Blurb: Ari Mason is a shunned and exiled witch. She works as a bartender and reads tarot in the park. Neither of which requires her brand of black magic. Which is how she likes it. Ari’s power has always left a trail of death and destruction in her wake, and she’s chosen a path of altruism. By using herbs and plants in her … Read More BOOK REVIEW: May Day by RR Born

This journey of life…

Over the last ten years or so I’ve slowly noticed numbness and tingling happening more and more in my legs and now in my arms. I just never paid much attention to it until a few years ago when I was sent to a neurologist over it. I was quickly diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy of no known cause. I’ve now been tested for diabetes … Read More This journey of life…

NEW RELEASE: Aurora’s Time

  The complete Jein’s Journey Series. Calastan, Resolution, and Kyluna along with book four, Twist of Fate are included. Each person has a distinct trait that’s either held in reserve or pursued without inhibitions. For reasons that vary, the latter may seem an egotistic act. However, not for Jein. Taking a path other than the one she believes is right is like betraying her … Read More NEW RELEASE: Aurora’s Time

January Writing Goals

I’ve been working on my writing calendar goals and figured it easier to go month by month, so this is my attempt at doing so. Among writing new words in my soon to be published books I also help admin a group for Fantasy and Sci-Fi authors, put out a newsletter, and work on social media posts all while trying to market my work. … Read More January Writing Goals

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New Author Support Group

In the wake of the Fantasy and Science Fiction Network shutting down, many of the members rallied together to create a Facebook-based group for authors, readers, and fans alike to gather around and talk fantasy and science fiction books! The Fantasy and Sci-Fi Readers Lounge is described as, “a gathering place for all those who love the thrill of magic and futuristic adventures! The Fantasy … Read More New Author Support Group

A Final Farewell

Yesterday, an organization I’ve been involved with for five years closed it doors along with the publishing company that branched out from it – both the Fantasy and Science Fiction Network and Azure Fire Publishing. It has been an adventure and great learning experience working with the authors of the two groups and will forever be remembered. You can see the farewell notice on … Read More A Final Farewell

Winter Wonderland of Reading Giveaway

Winter Wonderland of Reading Giveaway is happening now! With 84 books, $120 in a grand prize, and 84 prizes to giveaway – Why not enter now?!? If you’re a reader and love to meet and find new authors, this is a great opportunity to do so! Enter now and find your new favorite authors!  ENTER NOW! 

My gift to you during this Thanksgiving Holiday!

Multifaceted (fantasy / supernatural) A transformation that takes the smallest of elements and turns it into a sentient being that influences humans according to their desires. Will it ever tell it’s secret? Multifaceted will be free on Amazon for three today – 11/21-23/18!!! Happy Reading! https://amzn.to/2S02Fck

Kicker, The Forgotten Front by R Grey Hoover

In honor of Veterans Day, Hoover is making his book free via Amazon from November 9-11, 2018. Never forget! Blurb:   World War II is raging. A young father must choose between his family and duty to his country- a decision that could cost him everything. Based on actual experiences of United States veterans and official military aviation history records from World War II, … Read More Kicker, The Forgotten Front by R Grey Hoover

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Writing goals

Last year, not much was written in way of my books so this year… I aimed for change. I had last published in January 2017 until just recently and that was a huge gap. I had an unfinished series, many unfinished works, and just no drive to get any of it done. I dealt with a lot of stress and distractions! Early on in … Read More Writing goals

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To read or not to read

Okay, that may be a little corny, but its a question many authors think about. Do readers still read print copies or are they going to eprint more? Who reads (ages, demographics, etc…)?  As an author, I try to stay somewhat informed of the trends of readers. Do teens read as much as they when I was in school? Do adults read books anymore? … Read More To read or not to read

Endorsement Anger?

So Nike does an ad with Kaepernick and the country seems to have gone insane. People are burning their Nike products (cause what is more sensible than burning things you spent damn good money on, right) … Well, now this Louisiana mayor has decided to ban Nike products from the city recreation facilities. He put out a memo stating, “Under no circumstances will any … Read More Endorsement Anger?

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