Richard Wright's ' Haiku' has an almost hypnotic influence on me. Wright's genius combined Zen Buddhism and Ashanti culture. He realized that Zen And African culture believed in universal human values---nature, love, family, and metaphysics. Zen teaches that one must purge Read more of this blog post »
Есть книги, которые читаешь с огромным удовольствием, но о которых трудно писать. Почему? Потому что такие книги получается только хвалить. За что? А за всё.
Язык? Разве для кого-то новость, что книги Дины Рубиной всегда написаны прекрасным живым языком, образным и каким Read more of this blog post »
'IN PROGRESS RIGHT NOW!'Read more of this blog post »
'MY HOLLYWOOD BOOK-TO-FILM PITCH REVIEW!
PAGE(S)-TO-(MOTION) PICTURE PITCH REVIEW!
Over the years, Robin and Jody have made up a lot of places and situations as they wrote The Spectrum Series. For example, The Peacock apartment building where Gia lived in book one was a figment of their imaginations, a...Read more of this blog post »
Transitioning to more data-enabled audits means we will need to think about software packages. It is by no means the most important aspect of our transition, but they are necessary. Without the right software packages, you can waste time and miss opportunities.
The technology landscape shifts quicklyRead more of this blog post »
We seem to have arrived at the last full week of January, which happened terribly fast, quite likely because I spent every spare moment (and a few not so spare) of this past week binge reading all of Anne Leckie's Imperial Radch Trilogy, John Jackson Miller's Star Trek: Picard prequel, Rogue ElemenRead more of this blog post »
Note: currently "Scrapper" is FREE as an EBOOK gift to my awesome newsletter subscribers. If interested, subscribe at https://petealdin.com/the-cuset-dchc-... ... or contact me if you're stu Read more of this blog post »
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The waiter -- Apple, really? -- growled something Harlan couldn’t make out and stomped back to Harlan’s table with his charge slip Read more of this blog post »
If you are in the Houston area (or are up for a drive) come hear me talk a bit about SHADOWS OF PECAN HOLLOW and sign your books!
February 19 @ 3pm
Murder by the Book
2342 Bissonnet St
Houston TX 77005
Please support the store by purchasing your book from their s Read more of this blog post »
A WINTER KNIGHT
Historical Romance, Medieval Romance
He’s running from his past; she’s running from her future. But on a snowy winter night, they find each other and the surprising gift of love.
Sir Nicholas has given up on marriage. These dayRead more of this blog post »
so, we were supposed to just get some snow in the morning. instead, it has snowed all day long. now, it has only accumulated to about an inch or so, but still... i think i left the house for a couple minutes today, just to get the paper and the mail.
the USMNT defeated El Salvador last night, 1Read more of this blog post »
You don’t need reminding that 2020 brought a heap of surprises. For the crew of Pristine, the year meant a series of unexpected pivots. We didn’t cross an ocean or frolic among the atolls as we’d planned, but like many curveballs, 2020 brought gifts to the back door even as it stole the silver out tRead more of this blog post »
For those who came in late, years ago I decided to start several years back what I call my "Great Re-Rereading Project of Favorite Books from My Youth" project, and "Star Ka'at" is one of tho Read more of this blog post »
We are well into the January and mid-winter "Blechs," aren't we?
I think this year it's feeling worse for probably almost all of us since there's the usual dull-dark of January - especially if, like me, you live in the northern hemisphere with snow and generally less light and sun at this time ofRead more of this blog post »
The Teen Killers series will be getting a book three.
This is 100% due to everyone who has read, rated, recommended this book to friends and online.
Thank you so much for supporting this intensely felt story.
She sighs heavily and continues her search. “No.”
“Why is that?”
Tossing down the item in her hand, she straightens and glares at the mess. “Because someone repacked me.”
“My sister and your maid of honor . . .”
“Yes, well, they didn’t repack me the same stuff I packed.”
“And that’s a p Read more of this blog post »
I started doing this a couple of years ago sort of in place of a New Year Resolution. I pick a word for the year. The first year I did it I picked thankful. That word just coming to my mind. When I had enough I was thankful. When I was lacking, I was thankful. Sometimes I would find myself just Read more of this blog post »
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