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For the purpose of this story the word IT = kid/s. You wake up feeling like crap on Sunday. You somehow manage to get through Monday. You think, “I made it through Monday. I will OWN Tuesday.” You suffer sickly … Continue reading
This week I’m hosting the co-authors of Witch Hunt – Of The Blood. This is a collection of tales centered around a particular family of witches throughout their collective history. It is spin-off from Devin O’Branagan’s novel entitled Witch Hunt, however; I am … Continue reading
Okay so this week brought up an interesting dilemma that I haven’t come across before and made me wonder how you all cope with it. The dilemma? Attention. In as much as I tweet, blog, write and post stories I’ve written, … Continue reading
Long time no blog but it’s no big deal, it just turns out my life is epically boring. *snort* One interesting thing did happen recently; I attended yet another Brian Henry writing workshop. I always come away with something and … Continue reading
Reblogged from Writer J. A. Campbell: I have two stories in this collection of dark tales. Caution, this does contain adult content, so it’s not suitable for a younger audience, and to view it you must have the adult content … Continue reading
Reblogged from Writer J. A. Campbell: I wanted to do something to help out after the devastating fires in Colorado. For any of you who don’t know, Colorado is my home and I know people and animals who’ve been impacted … Continue reading
Wondering where the hell I’ve been and what I’ve been up to? Just this…. PRESS RELEASE DAY FOR BLEEDING INK!
Last week I got an intriguing tweet from one of my blogger favs Miss Keri Lake. A fun Q&A type blog game and the best part, I get to come up with the next set of questions. *cackles* Here’s how it … Continue reading
Genre: Mystery/Suspense Blurb from Amazon: Los Angeles D.A. Rachel Knight is a tenacious, wise-cracking, and fiercely intelligent prosecutor in the city’s most elite division. When her colleague, Jake, is found dead at a grisly crime scene, Rachel is shaken to … Continue reading