Added by Maggie Dove on January 2, 2012 at 11:30pm —
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I hope ya'll have a blessed holiday.
The Wild Rose Press has released their free 2011 Garden Gourmet Cookbook. You don't want to miss this one. It's filled with a bunch of scrumptious recipes. And you can find my Christmas Peanut butter Balls under the Scarlet… Continue
Added by Deborah J Panger on December 17, 2011 at 10:40am —
Call Me Duchess got 4 stars (an I… Continue
Added by Maggie Dove on June 15, 2011 at 10:17am —
So far 2011 has gotten off to a great start after 2010 finished on a positive note with the release of In Darkness We Play, a horror poetry collection from five authors published by Triskaideka Books. Now also available at Amazon.com Kindle … Continue
Added by E. A. Irwin (Patricia) on March 20, 2011 at 9:04pm —
Maggie Dove creates some remarkable characters and plops them down into a swirl of activities that sweep the reader along with upheavals, tears, fears, and new loves. Call Me Duchess is good entertainment!
To read the rest of the Review, please… Continue
Added by Maggie Dove on February 3, 2011 at 12:32am —
The Pen & Muse Review!
Maggie Dove is back and not… Continue
Added by Maggie Dove on January 25, 2011 at 10:35pm —
Happy New Year to all. I'm excited to announce that the prequel to Angel of Windword, Call Me Duchess, was just released by Eternal Press!
The buy link is: http://www.eternalpress.biz/book.php?isbn=9781615722860
It is also available in Amazon Kindle. The paperback will be available in a couple of weeks.
Added by Maggie Dove on January 8, 2011 at 11:23pm —
Just wishing everyone at Readers & Writers of Distinctive Fiction a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year!
Added by Maggie Dove on December 10, 2010 at 11:55pm —
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How is a 16-year-old girl with an eating disorder to reconcile the ancient wounds between the Annunaki, the Reptilian Watchers, and the human race? After Flannery “Fee” Birch loses her father in Afghanistan, she ends up in the alien land of Alabama, where she learns the art of spelunking (caving) in…
Added by Melissa Swaim on August 9, 2010 at 1:00pm —
I'm at the awesome Tabitha Shay's today blogging about my new mystery/thriller relaease with Moongypsy Press, "Isolated". Come by to read excerpts and don't forget to leave comments!
Added by D.M. Slate on August 9, 2010 at 10:40am —
RUNNER'S MOON: CHALLA
(Book 4 of the "Runner's Moon" series)
Erotic Sci-fi Romance
Added by Linda Mooney on March 15, 2010 at 12:38pm —
WINGS OF THUNDER
(Book 3 of the Thunder Trilogy)
Added by Linda Mooney on December 17, 2009 at 11:10pm —
The Book of Absolute Truths (a novelette)
If someone wrote you life’s story, would you read it?
When a vagrant enters Randy Moreland’s used book store and thrusts an ancient book into Randy’s possession, Randy finds out his life story is not what he expected.
The vagrant insists that Randy get rid of the book by any means necessary, not to even read the cursed tome. But Randy is unable to help himself as he finds the book… Continue
Added by Trent Kinsey on December 12, 2009 at 9:48am —
Who's to Blame
a short story by Trent Kinsey
When John Williams' daughter dies of cancer, he closes his heart to everyone, including his wife. No longer feeling like he can write children’s stories, he squanders his retirement money sitting on the couch… Continue
Added by Trent Kinsey on November 24, 2009 at 11:34pm —
Red River Writers Live BTR Show Want a break before you start your Thanksgiving preparations? Listen to Red River Writers Live Tales from the Pages on Tuesday, November 24th at 3PM Central time. Host Barbara Ehrentreu and capable co-Host Lori Calabrese welcome Julie Maloney and Kim Richards Gilchrist as our guests. Julie Maloney is the originator of ...Women Reading Aloud and a frequent public speaker. She has a poetry book, Private Landscapes, which tells of her experiences while surviving… Continue
Added by Kim Richards on November 24, 2009 at 1:56pm —
Ghostwriting and copy-editing can be lucrative career choices for lovers of the written word. It can also be challenging and heartbreaking if you don’t follow the rules set down by those who have paved the way.
Writing, editing, and formatting a book is labor intensive. It not only takes time, it takes mental energy. For a full-time ghostwriter a novel can take 6 months or more. For a part-time ghostwriter, a year or more is reasonable. Ghostwriting can bring between $25,000.00 and… Continue
Added by Louann Carroll on October 27, 2009 at 9:08pm —
It's Launch Day at Eternalpress.ca! Mystery, adventure, romance, paranormal, historical fiction, and more! And, ahem, a little gem called Why Rita Hates Monkeys. Drop by, say hi!
Authors will be chatting at Eternal Press, and also at authorsstudio.blogspot.com and the Eternal Press Yahoo Reader's Group.
See you there!
Added by Shelley Dayton on October 7, 2009 at 9:31am —
I just wanted to stop by and say thanks to all my friends who made it over to mine and Eternal Press’ site yesterday to pass on their congrats. It meant a lot to me to have so many friendly faces supporting my latest release.
One more time, I’d like to congratulate, Heather, Lisa and Tina, who all received a free copy of 10:15 yesterday. Don’t fret, my birthday is coming soon and I plan to give out another copy or two during another live chat.
Thanks again for all the… Continue
Added by Trent Kinsey on September 8, 2009 at 9:33am —
Today’s the day! 10:15 is now available for purchase at Eternal Press.
Also, I will be available periodically for live chatting at my home page http://www.trentkinsey.com/
and from 6-7 (CST) on Eternal Press’s Live Author Chat page. So if you get a chance stop by and say hi, who knows, you might end up with a free copy of 10:15!
Hope everyone is having a great Labor Day and remember, if you day flies by, it’s better than… Continue
Added by Trent Kinsey on September 7, 2009 at 10:52am —
Because you’re burning up with stories and ideas you just have to get down on paper (virtual paper these days) or you’ll go mad–probably are a bit crazy anyway. I have this theory about writers, those who are on medication and those who should be. I am, but wasn’t for years.
At age twenty, I drew a picture of a clock with a dissatisfied face and angrily named it a ‘watch-gog’ because I felt that’s all I was doing, watching others live their… Continue
Added by Beth Trissel on August 21, 2009 at 12:02pm —