Monthly Archives: February 2017

Brain to Books CyCon

The Brain 2 Books Cyber Convention and Book Expo will be April 7, 8 and 9 this year and readers and authors alike are invited to attend. It’s all the best parts of conventions—meeting industry movers, famous names and freebies—without the … Continue reading

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Interview: Bruce Boston

Today I am thrilled to have an interview with Bruce Boston, winner of the Rhysling Award for speculative poetry seven times, the Asimov’s Readers’ Award for poetry seven times, a Pushcart Prize for fiction, 1976, four Bram Stoker Awards in poetry for his collections, … Continue reading

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Surprise! Moving TODAY

Our plans to move to Atlanta have been halted due to some opportunities popping up here we just can’t leave. One of them is the perfect place to park our camper. We are moving… today. Camper life is spontaneous life :) Last … Continue reading

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Submissions: $100 Space Opera, Anyone?

The Fantasist, a magazine of fantasy novellas, is accepting submissions for their Special Space Opera issue. Submissions will close at Midnight CST on May 13, 2017. Issue 4 of The Fantasist will focus on the fantastical in space with space … Continue reading

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Review: Journey to Heaven Knows Where

Monday was the interview with historical romance author Linda Sealy Knowles. Today is a review of one of her books, Journey to Heaven Knows Where. A signed copy of this book will be available for free at Cafe Bienville, Niceville, … Continue reading

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Prompt Class—Last Prompt

Prompts Class has been a lot of fun. I’ve seen each member of the class grow as writers, try new things and get out of their comfort zones. Next week will be the final class, and we will be doing … Continue reading

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Fees Waived for Ruby & Tye

I have two dogs to feature today, Ruby and Tye. Both of them have their adoption fees waived and are playful hound mixes.  Ruby, female, and Tye, male, are up to date on their vaccines and ready for new homes. All … Continue reading

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Blogging 101 Begins

Blogging 101 began yesterday and it looks like another great class. I am lucky to always have such good students and the best facilities at Northwest Florida State College. First class we determined the needs of the class and did … Continue reading

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Interview: Linda Sealy Knowles

Recently I had the pleasure of meeting Linda Sealy Knowles to talk about her fourth book release and her career as a writer which began as a therapeutic way to deal with a personal loss. “In October 2012, during the … Continue reading

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Horror, the Pure Genre

As my husband finishes the final edits on his (now) 100,000+ word dark fantasy novel, we have been discussing genre. “Horror is the spice that makes every other genre interesting,” I said this morning over coffee. “Romance has to have … Continue reading

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