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Summer 2020 Plans

I know, I know…summer is barely over for 2019 and I’m over here planning next year already. Ya darn skippy I am. Literary Love Savannah is and will be my yearly convention that I attend. So every July I will go home and enjoy a small vacation of books, readers and other authors. For a few days, you can have one on one time … Read More Summer 2020 Plans

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Scavenger Hunt

Playing hide and seek has been a fun game for since I was a child and now I’m doing it again! FSF Readers Lounge Presents its first ever Solstice Scavenger Hunt. Running from June 16th to June 29th – 19 authors joined forces to offer readers a chance at $75 cash via PayPal and 19 eBooks as a Grand Prize! 38 secondary prizes (an … Read More Scavenger Hunt

Spellbounding Events – May 4, 2019

Readers in and around the Austin area…Spellbounding Events presents Austin Bookstars! Come and meet 35+ authors- meet your next new favorite author! Austin Bookstars May 4-5, 2019 Austin Bookstars Schedule Saturday, May 4th, 2019 9.00 – Authors tables set up 10.00 – Early entry for VIP Ticket Holders 11.00 – Doors close for Lunch for the Authors and VIP Entrants and author panels 12.30 – … Read More Spellbounding Events – May 4, 2019

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BOOK REVIEW: Immorati (Pine Barrons, BK1) by MK Mancos

  Immorati (Pine Barrens, BK ) by MK Mancos   Blurb: When the corpse of an unidentified species is found in the woods near Pine Haven, New Jersey along with a human female, anthropologist Edie Campbell is called in by local law enforcement and the medical examiner to help identify the strange humanoid male. The discovery of a heretofore unknown species is thrilling for … Read More BOOK REVIEW: Immorati (Pine Barrons, BK1) by MK Mancos

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BOOK REVIEW: Misanthrope Beechworth & The Dustwaste Wellspring written by Jeremy Rodden

Misanthrope Beechworth & The Dustwaste Wellspring Blurb: In Toonopolis: Chi Lin, we meet Misanthrope “Missy” Beechworth, the leader of the Royal Order of Scavengers & Engineers (ROSE). In this novella, learn how a simple toymaker’s daughter began her surprising journey to the top of ROSE. Along with her best friend Rube Silverburg and snobby noble Heinrich von Deutsch, Missy turns a run-of-the-mill scavenging mission … Read More BOOK REVIEW: Misanthrope Beechworth & The Dustwaste Wellspring written by Jeremy Rodden

No Resolutions Over Here

Every New’s Year Eve we see so many of our friends and family set New Years Resolutions only to see two weeks or a month in they have failed at them, this is ONE of the many reasons I don’t set them. First, if I’m going to set a goal for myself why wait till the end of one year and the beginning of another … Read More No Resolutions Over Here

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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

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

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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

Busy Bee Over Here

The last month things have been so busy I haven’t posted a thing, for that I apologize. My goal is to get caught up and get my posts going again. Here’s what’s been happening… I finished one book – edits, cover, formatting… I’m just waiting for the proof copy to arrive before I can go any further. I have also finished the first draft … Read More Busy Bee Over Here

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