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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Two and a half years ago, I pulled my children out of the public school system and commenced homeschooling. I did this for several reasons. Both children were in the top 1% of their respective classes, and both were and … Continue reading
Pumpkins, cold drafts, and the smell of burning leaves are in the air. This time of the year always has me searching for new scary books and dragging out my old favorites. So, today, just because I want to — and I … Continue reading
Click here to listen. WARNING: SOME EXPLICIT CONTENT Tonight we have a special treat – four authors converge to read their favorite dark tales. Sit back, turn down your lights and prepare to be spooked. The authors reading are Bracken … Continue reading
End of Joon is released at last, and free for the next three days! Finally, the next installment in the End of Daze series is here. Exclusively on Amazon!
Whoa – I know. That phrase just flew off my fingers and out into the digital world. It DID! I just watched it happen. It really did. And it’s not that I like censorship or book burnings or people judging a book … Continue reading
Listen here! We have so many amazing shows on Journal Jabber, and from time to time we will be bringing some of them back. Tonight we will be listening to one of my favorite shows which first aired upon Christopher … Continue reading
One of the nice things about being an independent author is the freedom to do things whenever you want. Amy Eye decided to stop torturing me with rewrites and let me finish with End of Joon, so, SURPRISE! End of … Continue reading
Dandilyon Fluff is moving away from being a one woman blog to becoming a publication with multiple contributors, both regular and intermittent. If you are interested in promoting yourself, your clients or your author related business please send a query … Continue reading
Post by Angela Yuriko Smith.
I’m sure you have all seen those horror stories about authors, artists, or whomever acting absolutely terribly in response to someone who didn’t quite care for that artist or artist’s work very much. Many of us have laughed and joked … Continue reading