Monthly Archives: September 2013

A short review of Muse: Descended from Myth: Book One by Erin McFadden

A little about me as a reader. I read to be entertained. To be whisked away and immersed in the lives of the characters. To relax. In short, if I could get paid to read, I would. I usually read

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Posted in Hobbies, Reading

Writerly Plans

Now that Riptide has been out for a week I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has bought the book so far. Tell your friends! And I also want to thank those who have read the samples that

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Posted in Self publishing, Story news, Writing life

A Reader’s Confession

Last week, when I was doing the umpteenth “did I catch all the typos” read through of Riptide, Styxx by the amazing Sherrilyn Kenyon appeared in my Nook library. Now, the fact that I waited over a year for this

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Riptide is live!

I know I’m late with this post. I’m still trying to find my rhythm. I thought I’d figured out how to balance writing/editing with the internet stuff, but then surgery happened. And then summer. Threw me off. COMPLETELY. This is

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Riptide Chapter Two

I once again have wi-fi access! I never realized how dependent I am on the home network and internet access. Everything from keeping track of friends near and far through Facebook to IMing with a friend to finding out how

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