I read this rather bizarre article today in a local business journal. The author was attempting to understand why the economy is the way it is, what caused it and how it can become better. Quite an undertaking on his part, to explain all that to the masses in less than a page.
Only he couldn’t. He’s found the more research he does and the more he learns, the more confused he becomes because there’s so much conflicting information available,… Continue
During my "free" days in this busy summer, I am devoting my mornings to promoting my soon-to-be-released novel, and finishing the next one.
Today so far:
I worked on my web site. One day soon I will be able to hire someone to do this technical dirty work. I struggled with updating the appearance, and then ran into a snag when the images on the home page decided to overlap across each other. So I have a call for help in to the powers that be.
Today is the last day to vote in the current round of The New Covey Cover Awards. Please, if you haven't already done so, take a look at entry number 6, 'Of Aztecs and Conquistadors' at http://thenewcoveycoverawards.blogspot.com/ and support my entry in the awards.
Thanks to everyone for your continued support. Every single vote is greatly appreciated.
Rick Jensen is working undercover to bust up the largest drug distribution in the city’s recent history. Everything is going as planned until the hottest redhead he’s ever seen comes storming into the warehouse. Now if only he can stop thinking with his groin long enough to save her luscious self and… Continue
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I just want to thank anyone who's recently added me to their friend list, commented on my blog or visited any of the sites or contests I've posted recently. Please excuse me if I haven't thanked you personally but I really DO appreciate everyone here who takes the time to give me their support. That's what I like about this site - it's just so supportive. Things get a bit hectic in 'real' life' though, as I know it does with most folks, so it's hard to keep up sometimes.
We received a 5 Ribbon review at Romance Junkies!!
"Scottish highlanders are a favorite of many romance readers and Nicole North’s adds an exciting paranormal element that truly captures the imagination. This is Ms. North’s first published story and I’ll be anxious to see what she comes up with next." Chrissy Dionne
We received 4 1/2 from Romantic Crush Junkies!!
"Devil in A Kilt is by far one of the best erotic… Continue
Added by Nicole North on June 27, 2009 at 2:30pm —
It's great to be able to report that 'The Voice of Anton Bouchard' has just received its second 5 star review at the site of Amazon.com. This is what the reader had to say:
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Clever., June 26, 2009
By Ralph R. Deluca Jr. (USA) - See all my reviews
The Voice of Anton Bouchard is a book of short, well written, and entertaining storys. I blew through the book in one short afternoon. The storys contain horror, brotherly love,… Continue
Last night was hot and I was too restless to stay at home so I went for another walk in the cemetery. With all the huge trees and grass it was surprisingly pleasant.
Since I’ll be going back I decided it might be time to do a bit of research. In 1846, Charles Evans donated 25 acres of his estate to be made into a garden cemetery. It was the third one established in the country. Prior to that, all burials were on church grounds or private,… Continue
It came to my attention that the link to my recent "bad" review wasn't working, so I went out to find it and copied it here. I thank those who have written to me to be supportive, to say reviews are subjective. Perhaps they are and no, I won't be waging any rebuttal to the website on my own. I accept what the reviewer says about this particular book and hope perhaps she just didn't understand it overall. Everyone has a style they like, a genre they appreciate, and sometimes a story doesn't take… Continue
The Greek islands are generally thought to be charming, if somewhat primitive in amenities; white washed buildings hugging the shore, windmills at lands end, stunning turquoise domes complimenting the sea. You may be surprised to find the isle of Corfu in Greece’s far northwest to…