Archive for June 2018

The Troubled Brain

THE TROUBLED BRAIN In this post of The Troubled Brain, we’ll explore the fragile nature of the brain and the affects of trauma. You, maybe, as I, have heard people talk of cobwebs when they speak of losing detail about some past event, when they speak of a sketchy memory, when they speak of forgetfulness.…

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Tuesday Dialogue Days Featuring P. Roscoe

Tuesday Dialogue Days Featuring P. Roscoe Today on Tuesday Dialogue Days featuring P. Roscoe, we talk about world-building for post-apocalyptic thriller novels. Her debut novel 2394: MIRRORS OF THE PAST begins centuries after the world has become uninhabitable for human beings. 2394 opens with two survivors of a global disaster, Resha and Swallow, recounting the…

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Thursday Writer Resource Day

THURSDAY WRITER RESOURCE DAY It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything for Thursday Writer Resource Day. But, as I work toward the launch of my latest novel, THE DEATH OF VULTURES, I am given to post a list of book promotional and marketing ideas that I’ve been employing. And, no, I’m not an expert…

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Tuesday Dialogue Days featuring guest author Michelle Cox

Tuesday Dialogue Days featuring guest author Michelle Cox Tuesday Dialogue Days featuring guest author Michelle Cox will discuss Michelle’s Henrietta and Inspector Howard series. Michelle Cox holds a B.A. in English literature from Mundelein College, Chicago, and is the author of the award-winning Henrietta and Inspector Howard series, as well as the weekly “Novel Notes…

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Friday Free Days with Guest Author Karen Ingalls

FRIDAY FREE DAYS WITH GUEST AUTHOR KAREN INGALLS Welcome to Friday Free Days with guest author Karen Ingalls. Karen and I met on Twitter through #RRBC. #RRBC is the hashtag for Rave Reviews Book Club, a growing and very active group of readers and writers. Initially, Karen asked me to be a guest author for…

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The Troubled Brain

THE TROUBLED BRAIN – Sifting through the Ashes of Alzheimer’s Today, in The Troubled Brain, I can finally say, I remember some things during nearly three-and-a-half months when my brain blocked out what happened after Mom died. They lump this phenomenon into PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder. Also, instead of writing it prose-style, I listed it…

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Tuesday Dialogue Days

TUESDAY DIALOGUE DAYS Tuesday Dialogue Days features fantasy author Robert V.S. Redick. Robert Redick is the author of the new epic fantasy and (anti-war) war novel, Master Assassins; as well as the critically-acclaimed series The Chathrand Voyage Quartet. His books have been praised by Patrick Rothfuss, Mark Lawrence, Terry Brooks, the LA Times and innumerable…

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My Upcoming Novel is a Women's Psychological Suspense entitled THE DEATH OF VULTURES

My Upcoming Novel is a Women’s Psychological Suspense entitled, THE DEATH OF VULTURES My Upcoming Novel is a Women’s Psychological Suspense entitled THE DEATH OF VULTURES. The story mixes storytelling elements reminiscent of Slaughter’s Pretty Girls with the movie Gold, but employs an adult female as the main character. Print Length: 352 pages Publisher: Roberts…

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Tuesday Dialogue Days Featuring Author Debra Dean

TUESDAY DIALOGUE DAYS FEATURING AUTHOR DEBRA DEAN Tuesday Dialogue Days featuring author Debra Dean today. Debra Dean is the bestselling author of four critically acclaimed books that have been published in twenty-one languages. Her debut, The Madonnas of Leningrad, was a New York Times Editors’ Choice novel, a #1 Booksense Pick, a Booklist Top Ten Novel, and…

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