Recently, a very self-important fan of something resembling chauvinism wrote an open letter to Rey from Star Wars. I link to it only because it's courtesy to include the opening narcissism of the (God, I hope) not so average fan of scifi. I very seldom do this, but I'm the mother of a twelve year... Continue Reading →
Last month, Amazon was caught up in a crisis at least partly of its own making when bungled attempts to deal with a growing Kindle Unlimited scammer problem resulted in the sanctioning of innocent … Source: KU Scammers Attack Amazon's Free Ebook Charts
Brother Mine is done, and I'm in the waiting to edit stage. I try not to look at a WIP for a few days after. Let it marinate. Sailor was fun. The entire Home in the Stars series was fun. This one was... passionate. I really got to let go with the feelings in this... Continue Reading →
As a woman who has had a penchant for bad boys, this is why that’s not a good thing.
I had the distinct privilege of meeting Randy Susan Meyers several years ago in New York. I loved her Bostonian vibe, quick wit and literary prowess and then, when her first book THE MURDERERS DAUGHTERS was released, I fell in love with her brain.
I reached out to Randy to ask if she’d share something based on her experience working with batterers, what would you want women or girls to know? She recently sent this gem and I hope that it resonates with the those who need this kind of insight.
Please welcome the lovely Randy Susan Meyers –
Perhaps the lure of the bad boy is similar to the lure of climbing Mt. Everest. It feels so good to conquer it and get to the top—despite all the pain you felt on the ascent. Unfortunately, you have to climb down and start all over again to get back up to that…
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Guest poster Pandora Spocks is making the rounds this week and hitting a few blogs in preparation for her new release on April 18th of the final chapter of her Rannigan series, and it's a doozy. How lucky can I get? Not only did she do her release announcement on a Fairytale Feature, but... Continue Reading →
Michael Rannigan sees the writing on the wall. And he’s determined to find redemption. He knows he’s spent his life keeping everyone at arm’s length. He’s burned bridges and destroyed friendships, leaving a path of destruction in his wake. But he thinks he’s found a way to make things right. At least for the one... Continue Reading →
I've been subscribing to Kindle Unlimited for almost a year, so I guess you could call this a kind of product review. I've discovered that subscription book services are exactly right for me. I'm a buyer, and I've gotten hooked on Indie books. In full disclosure, I also publish to Kindle Unlimited, so I see the... Continue Reading →
Price: $2.99 50% off this week at ARe. Try out a new series today. Source: Home is the Sailor by Jolie Mason