One of the most difficult aspects of writing in the speculative fiction genre is constantly reinventing the wheel. The wheel shape itself doesn’t change, because you can only alter things so much before labels like “vampire,” “werewolf,” or “elf” become unrecognizable. But you still have to change the material and spoke design in order toContinue reading “Guest Post – Steel Blood by J. L. Gribble”
Malevolent Mind A story so dark, twisted, and unfinished has a way of driving the sanest to the brink of insanity. Between the constant bullying from Heath and his friends and the unrest of not knowing what happened to her twin, Raven seeks revenge. Years later, she becomes the nanny for Heath’s young son, Kade.Continue reading “Cover Reveal: Malevolent Mind by Misty Harvey”
Find it at: Amazon: http://amzn.to/2lUWcn4 Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/no-one-on-earth-jennifer-loring/1125813453 iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1207503881 Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/no-one-on-earth Erukkass’ people, a species of interdimensional aliens, have been observing Earth and interacting with humans for so many centuries that some Native American tribes believe their ancestors originated from the stars. After his lover passed away in what appears to be a medical accident,Continue reading “No One on Earth Now Available”
Like many if not most writers, I have a book addiction. Rare is the day I can walk into a bookstore and walk out empty-handed. I’ve bought twenty in the last three weeks alone (OK–three of those were for my husband and one purchase was a five-book set). As I mentioned in my previous post,Continue reading “#LifeBooksWriting Blog Challenge: My Bookshelf/Latest Reads”
Exposure used to be the treatment/cure, but the world has evolved to be exposure-resistent. Exposure is like tossing regular penicillin at flesh-eating MRSA and expecting it to work. Source: A Culture Addicted to FREE—How FREE is Poisoning the Internet & Killing the Creatives
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Critical Hit-On (The Games of Love, #1) By Deanna Dee Genre: new adult geek romance Length: 216 pages Roll for attraction. Molly Moreau used to be a geek with the best of them—role playing games, multi-user dungeons, trading cards—the works. Then she found her long-time boyfriend in a dark corner with a girl dressed asContinue reading “Critical Hit-On by Deanna Dee–Out Now!”
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Conduits is a recommended book at Pittsburgh Writer. Check it out, along with other excellent recommendations.