I just received the news that Beyond the Quiet has hit Amazon’s top 100 Bestsellers in the Kindle…Continue
Added by Brenda Hill on June 26, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
. . . And so, time after time they were released onto the earth plane in conditions and circumstances that would test their endurance and devotion to each other down a long and arduous road, filled with passion, fear, extreme pain and unimaginable exhilaration. As their love grew in intensity over thousands of years, the desire increased to find each other and demonstrate to a disillusioned world how unconditional love, in its many forms, could also manifest as the undying love…Continue
Some news about The House on Blackstone Moor!
This is the brand new book trailer released by Vamplit!
Please note too, there has been a price reduction for the ebook at Smashwords! It’s $2.99 now.
My story, Wraith's Forest is out on Kindle. It's on sale for a limited amount of time for only .99! It's a YA and I have it up under LJ Leger.
Here's the blurb!
Fairy tales and haunted woods lead us…Continue
Added by Judith on April 8, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
I'm fortunate to have an associate who is an amazing musician, a classical composer and arranger. I don't really have any regrets in my life, but when I look back at how I rebelled against my mother when she 'forced' me to take piano lessons, I could cringe. Psychology would have been the best method whereby my…Continue
Recently I've had some nice encouragement from a WRDF member, Gary Val Tenuta, telling me that I should be exploiting more of the promotional material that I have for The Meadow novel. In particular he was talking about the video which is titled "The Story of The Meadow Book."
Normally, I make most of the videos myself and Elfreda, the co-writer to…Continue
"Following a horrible tragedy, Miss Rose Baines is carted away to an insane asylum. She narrates the events of her early upbringing and, with unflinching honesty, takes the reader with her on the convoluted and strange path that will lead her to a new and terrible…Continue
It did! It also gives me pause for thought as I am working on the sequel!
"Review by: R Kristian Angeli on Jan. 15, 2011 :
Before The HOUSE ON BLACKSTONE MOOR, we experienced the wicked, self-involved albeit charming vampire and his polar opposite - the long-suffering, brooding wimp with a…
Added by Carole Gill on January 16, 2011 at 8:17am — No Comments
'Heat in the Outback' is one of the top ten best sellers at Eternal Press, and I'm celebrating. I'm running a competition on my blog for a reader.
So if you love winning books and would like to read 'Heat in the Outback' (and haven't done so as yet) here's the link: http://suzanne-brandyn.blogspot.com
Competition runs until 20th Nov 2010
Added by Suzanne Brandyn on June 23, 2010 at 8:13pm — No Comments
I adore the cover of my novel ‘Heat in the Outback’ It truly represents the Australian Outback Sunset.…Continue
Today I blogged about something old. Stop by and share your thoughts on the subject.
Added by Chicki Brown on March 17, 2010 at 9:04am — No Comments
A Tale of Life and Death
Doughnut holes in life like doughnut holes in Lehigh, Nebraska are incongruous. When a doughnut hole appears it sends the mind reeling. They are episodes that defy explanation, exist like tantalizing tid-bits of improbable supposition that boggle the mind, and hang like stories without ending beginning one moment, ending a few minutes later, and…
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The Allegheny Mountains are muted in haze. Only the faint silhouette of blue ridges shows through the shroud. Most of the brilliant foliage that I reveled in has fallen from the trees covering the hills up behind our house. The woodland lends a sort of secretiveness to the valley and the mountains. I can well imagine how the tales of ‘haints’ and wandering spirits grew out of these misty hollows and remote ridges. It’s easy to feel secure snugly… Continue
Added by Beth Trissel on November 1, 2009 at 9:43am — No Comments
This delightful children's book is written by a very creative six year old. The illustrations were all by her and the story is based on her two sister's names. The adventures of Dani the Gorilla involve the usage of kindergarten sight words to help those entering kindergarten to read a fun book written by a peer.
Added by Judy on September 18, 2009 at 1:20pm — No Comments
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