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I was walking through the reception room today and look what I found hidden on a table behind some fliers? A small forest of trophies won by the Bay Beacon for excellence in reporting! I was impressed and proud to … Continue reading
Want free books first? Interested in receiving the new End of Daze installment every month as soon as it comes out? Sign up to be an End of Daze partner, limited to 20 people. All you have to do is read, … Continue reading
Let the games begin! It’s finally time for you to help me write a book… or 12 ;p How: Enter a prompt suggestion in the Rafflecopter widget. A prompt can consist of any noun and adjective. Win the Kindle version … Continue reading
Welcome Jabberers! Be sure to listen in as tonight’s guest is the ever poised Monica LaPorta! A fixture in the indie author community, Monica also has a dystopian series that is sure to blow your mind. There is forbidden love, … Continue reading
Since I started the job at the newspaper things have been busy². For the past two weeks I’ve been racing into the house around 7 p.m., hurrying into the kitchen to whip up something that resembles a meal – later … Continue reading
Look what Crystal Clifton from Exquisite Ebook Creations came up with for the End of Joon cover! It took my breath away how she captured what I saw the character of Joon like in my mind. At the last minute I … Continue reading
One reason I like working for a newspaper is all the interesting things you get to do. Today, for instance, I went to Mars. I wasn’t alone. I shared the trip with an airplane hangar full of squealing 4th and … Continue reading
Listen in tonight as I interview Brian Knight, author of The Conjuring Glass, as he talks about witches, some magic and other fun things. This YA book will have you mesmerized with the beautiful illustrations as well as captivated by the story. Here’s … Continue reading
Bottled Abyss by Benjamin Kane Ethridge was a surprisingly original story line. While I found the characters unlovable, they were still believable. I will say a lack of sympathy for any of the players, except the dog, gave me an emotionally … Continue reading