Tag: reading

Reading List 2020

            This year I will post the books on my “To Be Read” list. Please note, they may change and shift depending on my time and schedule. Feel free to comment and suggest your favorites!   Trust Me by Hank Phillipi Ryan (80% complete) Vestal by Charlee Jacob Hallowed Ground…

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Review: Imaginary Friend

Christopher is an eight year old boy whose father took his own life due to mental illness. He lives with his mom who has bad luck with men following her husband’s death. Her newest boyfriend is an abusive alcoholic named Jerry. One night, Jerry takes things too far and while he’s passed out on the…

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Victims, aren’t we all . . .

#reading #horror #bookclub #reviews I’m starting a monthly horror reading group. Every month I’m looking for authors willing to send out one free ebook to members to vote on their favorite Villain of the Month. In return, you get free promotion and members agree to leave an honest review. Do you want to play a…

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The De Sols: Backstory

I started writing about the De Sol family on, or around, the year 1996. It started with AOL RP rooms, and I brought out a table top character I put together once: Gabrielle De Sol. Originally, she started out as my dominatrix vampire. (Hey, I said it was for fun!) She evolved … I evolved…

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Something New

I’m going to try something new. Because my time is so limited, there are times I only get a few words in at a time. So, once a week I’ll be adding a piece of a story here. You can follow, or you can binge when it’s done … or don’t read it! (I hope…

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Get Serious About Writing

Having done enough conventions and literary panels this year, I wanted to address the question I seem to get most often: How do I stay on track? Many authors, especially those are who “new” to the craft, struggle with this but it is not exclusive to them. Veteran authors have this issue, too. So how do…

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