by Jan Selbourne Blurb As the world rushes towards a war, the British government orders wealthy businessman, Adrian Bryce to leave his mistress and accompany his estranged wife, Gabrielle, to Belgium. They require proof Gabrielle’s uncle is supporting the German Empire. Adrian discovers secrets which plunge him and Gabrielle into a nightmare of betrayal. Forced … Continue reading Perilous Love – Review
Gargoyles are no longer hiding in the shadows. They are no longer merely the stuff of legends. They are flesh and blood and walk among us. Well, at night anyhow. The White Bluff Clan has been assigned Tulsa, Oklahoma and one of their first cases with the Tulsa Police Department is to search for the … Continue reading Gregor
Wayfarer started as a request from my middle daughter in 2014. I'd successfully published a romance novel, a meditation book and three poetry books. I looked around and said - okay what next? My middle daughter came up with the answer. Write her a space story with a strong female lead. From there, I came … Continue reading Wayfarer – Prequel, Books 1, 2, 3
E. A. Moldovan and I met through social media. Author Bio I am a Mum of four adult children and one teenager, a grandmum of 3 and my autobiography is in Harvard University library. My story is in a new book called, "Courage: Stories Of Darkness To Light", release date July 2019. #1 Best seller. … Continue reading E.A. Moldovan
This is a question I've recently been asked. I had to stop and think about all the steps. I go through when I publish one of my books or patterns. Become an expert in editing / grammar, graphic design, and MS Word or similar program…. Write your story, tell a great story. There’s no cost … Continue reading What are the steps for self-publishing?
At my job, a request has been made for all publication for faculty and staff in the last year. My faculty know I write so they have encouraged me to participate. I was feeling like I hadn’t done much over the last year. Then I gathered up the material. Since July of 2011 I’ve had … Continue reading Publications
I’ve had eczema on my legs for over two years. If you don’t know what it is, this is a rash like skin irritation which is very itchy and painful. I’ve tried steroid cream from the doctor and lots of over-the-counter stuff to try to get rid of this. The steroid cream made my normally … Continue reading Eczema
The concert was EXCELLENT! Ken and I both enjoyed the concert very much. I don’t think either of us would have missed it for anything. It was great for me to see Ken enjoying the live music of his favorite group. Don’t get me wrong I enjoyed the music (mostly). I loved watching the people … Continue reading Concert!!!
Yesterday my gout flared up – no fun let me tell you. The good thing that came out of it though is that I spent the majority of the day in my recliner. This meant that I finished Stephanie’s afghan!!! I don’t know how long I’ve been working on this afghan. It has eight points … Continue reading Done!!!
I joke to my flist on http://www.livejournal.comabout dreams that I have, in which we gather for reunions infused with long-weekend slumber parties and lots of gluten-free snack foods. The thing is, I really have had that dream recurrently, for years, and half or more of the people on my flist I’ve never met in-person. These … Continue reading Making Community – Kelley Harrell