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So, earlier I told everybody I was on tour and then I went and forgot to tell you where! Silly me. Here’s the link. Check it out to see how I got started writing. http://thoughtsgowild.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/guest-jennifer-starks.html?m=1 Advertisements
We’re at the climax! Things are moving fast. This teaser was hard to put together because I didn’t want to spoil anything. Be kind. I know it doesn’t paint the fullest of pictures, but someday soon it’ll make perfect sense. Promise. Footsteps thudded heavily behind me. I jumped when thick fingers curled above my elbow […]
Today is the beginning of the wonderful Tasha Turner Coaching/MasterKoda VBT! I have the honor of hosting Penelope Price and she’s here to talk to us today about her writing origins. Take it away, Penelope! Panacea, please. by Penelope Price From a very young age, I was a reader. From a slightly less young age, I […]
So, this weekend is massively busy with my the holiday, my moms 65th birthday and my mother-in-laws birthday, but I wanted to let you guys know that I’m going on a blog tour. http://www.facebook.com/groups/masterkoda/ I will keep you posted on where I show up!
Jana Oliver has been putting words to page for over ten years. Her previous works (The TIME ROVERS Series) were published by Dragon Moon Press. The Time Rover books are best described as “Time Travelers. Shapeshifters. Jack the Ripper.” The series (SOJOURN, VIRTUAL EVIL and MADMAN’S DANCE) was nominated for fifteen awards and has won twelve […]
Here are the first five sentences I read: It’s not like the movies, where they don’t know they’re dead. They don’t often haunt people or places, and as far as I know they don’t befriend lonely children. If you could see them, you might not even know them from some of the living. Empty-eyed and […]
Social networking is hard. Sure, for some it might come easy, but if you’re anything like me you make a way better impression in person. I didn’t have a problem “networking” in school. I didn’t belong to just one group because, well, that was boring. Sure, I wondered what it would be like to be […]