I’ve mentioned my cat, Bond, many times here, and if you follow my Instagram, you’ve seen him in countless humorous poses and situations. Today, he’s finally getting the attention and fame he deserves (his words, not mine) on Tori Zigler’s blog. Lilie, her Westie, is interviewing Bond for Friends of Furkid Friday. Hop over to read their interview HERE. While you’re there, check out Tori’s extensive collection of children’s books and other interviews with authors’ furry friends. And Happy Valentine’s Day!
I’m over at Marcia Meara’s blog today – she graciously offered her blog to help promote Subject A36. Drop by to read the latest about genetic engineering – it may give you chills. While you’re there, check out Marcia’s books. She’s written more than one highly-rated suspense series, and I’ll be starting the second book in her Wake Robin Ridge series soon. I can’t wait to meet Rabbit – reviewers rave about him!
Happy Thor’s Day, everybody! I’m pleased to announce we have a guest blogger today on The Write Stuff, and I know you’ll all help me welcome author Teri Polen. Teri’s going to share a bit about her soon-to-be-released book, Subject A36, and I know you’ll be intrigued, and will want to let all your friends on social media know about this one. Thanks!
I love her skin tone.
What I wouldn’t give to have hair that color.
I always wanted blue eyes the color of the ocean.
Most of us have coveted physical attributes possessed by others and have made similar statements. It’s rare to come across someone who wouldn’t change something about their physical appearance if given the opportunity. But what if there was a way?
Genetic engineering is the direct manipulation of an organism’s genes using biotechnology. Most of us know our food is genetically modified. One…
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The holidays are over, and I’m glad to be staying home until the end of February when I’ll go to a book fest. We traveled a good bit from Thanksgiving until the end of December, and my suitcase needs a break! Yesterday was spent taking down Christmas decorations and buying a new microwave. The old one still worked, but was falling apart a piece at a time, and I’m pretty sure the radiation inside was escaping and eating away at my brain cells. That just can’t be good.
Upon the recommedation of several friends, and also because my book club was going, hubby and I saw Knives Out over the weekend. It was fabulous! I was always a Miami Vice fan, so it was good to see Don Johnson again. And Daniel Craig with a southern accent? Doing comedy? Totally worth it. If you haven’t seen it, we highly recommend it.
Subject A36 releases February 13th, so every Monday and some Fridays until then, I’ll be promoting it with an excerpt, graphics, or maybe a giveaway. Today I’m featuring an excerpt from the first chapter. Paperback pre-orders are available HERE. Ebook pre-orders should be available soon. I’ll keep you updated.
“Asher!” Mom gripped the porch railing and called for me. Her voice cracked and was laced with tears. Dad vaulted over the porch railing, landed solidly on the grass, and frantically scanned our expansive yard.
My stomach clenched. Something was very wrong. “Over here!”
Dad’s gaze locked on mine. “Code Exodus! Now, Asher. Run!”
Was this another drill? We’d practiced twice a week, the times always unexpected, without fail for as long as I could remember. Drills were a regular part of our life, like eating, sleeping, and homework. Protocol was pounded into our brains. There could be no hesitation.
But this felt different. Dad’s expression was tight and urgent. Tears streamed down Mom’s face, and I knew. This was no drill. It was real this time. We’d been found. Code Tribe—we leave together. Code Exodus—we leave without our parents.
Code Exodus rules.
Find Cami and Elsa.
Grab the backpack.
Don’t stop for anything or anyone.
Run to the Wallaces.
When my sisters could no longer keep up, hide them and keep running.
How does a free gift for the holidays sound? And it’s for you? If you’re not familiar with Sarah’s books, here’s your chance. She conveys so much with so few words, and her prose is poetic. After a long day of work, holiday shopping, or whatever is stressing you out, her short stories and flash fiction are perfect to curl up with in your favorite reading spot and enjoy a glass of your favorite beverage at the end of the day. Go ahead – treat yourself!
As a little gift to you, gentle readers, my second collection of flash fiction is free for the holidays.
Enjoy these bite-sized delights between driving, eating, and unwrapping.
It’s the perfect book to bring along when you’re stuck in traffic, waiting for never-on-time Aunt Jackie, or sneaking out of the room because your cousin brought up that wedding thing. Again.
If you want a collection to dip in and out of during the holiday season, here’s your chance to grab a copy.
On the Edge of a Raindrop is FREE! You can get a copy HERE.
Also: Hinting at Shadows is still on sale for the holidays. You can get a copy for just 99c/99p HERE.
Happy Holidays! ⛄️
Here’s what some people are saying about On the Edge of a Raindrop:
Brentyn’s prose is poetic…
for those who enjoy being able to read shorter works without…
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Author and songwriter Kevin Cooper posted a wonderful review of The Gemini Connection yesterday that still has me celebrating. Click below to read it. While you’re there, make sure to check out his books, music, and to get you in the holiday mood, his single release of Christmas Time!
“The Gemini Connectionis a story filled with adventure, beautiful deep connections, and fascinating suspense.” –With Love for Book
Planet Tage is dying, and the best hope of saving it is gone.
Seventeen-year-old identical twins Evan and Simon share an extraordinary bond, a trait that’s both useful and invasive. They use their connection in their work at Scientific Innovations. Evan is a Mindbender, someone who enters the minds of scientists to spark ideas, join thoughts, and battle nightmares. Simon is a science prodigy and Tage’s best chance of survival.
Unfortunately, their unusual link often bleeds into their private lives. When Evan discovers his brother is keeping a secret from him, he lashes out and ignores requests to talk, and even pleas for help. By the time Evan tunes back in, he finds their connection severed and Simon missing.
He suffers a terrible case of survivor’s guilt. Moreover, he’s…
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To get you over hump day, jump over to Teagan’s site – she has not one, but two cover reveals for new books!
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Welcome to Jazz Age Wednesdays and a double cover reveal!
That’s right not just one, but two covers — both for Roaring Twenties books.
I’ve brought along a couple of 1920s musicians to liven up this celebration.
I love making book covers and promo images. Today I’m double excited to reveal two of the designs I’ve created for my upcoming books.
First, and most importantly, the third book in my Roaring Twenties series will launch this autumn. It continues the adventures about the flapper, Pip and her friends. Here’s the cover for A Ghost in the Kitchen.
A Ghost in the Kitchen by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene
Announcing my first non-fiction book!
During seven years of publishing stories with a Roaring Twenties setting here at my blog, in addition to the books about Pip, Granny Phanny, and their friends, I’ve done a lot of research. That…
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Author Marcia Meara very generously loans out her blog for #ShareAReviewDay every Tuesday and featured The Gemini Connection this week. While you’re there, check out her romantic suspense series, Wake-Robin Ridge and Riverbend. Thanks again, Marcia!
Our second guest of the day is author Teri Polen, who is sharing a terrific review of her book, The Gemini Connection. This one ticks all the boxes for folks who love sci-fi adventure and action, combined with unbreakable bonds between brothers. I know you’ll want to share it all over social media. Thanks!
June 23, 2019
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Oh, what a fun read. Sci-fi fans will have a blast with this thriller, but readers who love human stories will thoroughly enjoy this book too. Simon and Evan are twins with a unique connection even though they are strikingly different. Simon is cerebral, a scientist and gentle soul. Evan is a jock with a temper and a painful chip on his shoulder—he’s never been able to live up to his parents’ expectations.
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