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Friday Nights with Authors – Stephanie Barr

Friday Nights With Authors is a chance to get to know different authors who write a variety of genres. Tonight, I’m happy to have Stephanie Barr here who writes *mostly* fantasy and science fiction. Stephanie Barr is a part time novelist, full time rocket scientist, mother of three children and slave to many cats. She has … Continue reading

Friday Nights with Authors – Fiona Skye

Friday Nights With Authors is a chance to get to know different authors who write a variety of genres. Tonight, I’m happy to have Fiona Skye here. She is a fantasy author currently living in the deserts of Southern Arizona. She shares a home with her husband, two kids, three cats, and a Border Collie. … Continue reading

Home Made Everything Bagels

A while back I posted a pic on Facebook of my home made everything bagels and had several requests for the recipe. However, at the time, I was finishing up the final edits for Bound by Legend and listening to and approving the last chapters the audio copy of Ashes and Spirits. Now that I’m … Continue reading

An Eggsperiment

Last summer, our chickens went into egg laying overtime. We had one fridge completely full of cartons and several more cartons in another fridge. Eggs were everywhere. No sooner did we get some cleared out then more filled in the vacant spots. We had read they could be frozen for cooking. Deciding this was a … Continue reading

Plotting? Really?

Any of you who have followed me for a while know that I’m a pantser when I write. I just start in and let the story take me where it will with only a vague idea of where its going, what will happen, and how it will end. And for the most part this has … Continue reading

Fun at the Kansas Authors Pavilion

Last weekend was the spring Great Plains Ren Fest and the festival is kind enough to leave a space for Kansas authors to gather and sell their books. Like last year, I had a ton of fun. I originally planned on staying both days and even brought extra books this time. Even so, by the … Continue reading

Winter Pros and Cons

So yeah, I am beyond sick of winter. I always am by the time the holiday season is over. All the pretty lights, big over the top dinners, and anticipation are over. All that is left is the flat gray sky, brown tree limbs and endless days of cold. In an effort to look at … Continue reading

War on Amazon? Why?

Quoted from the article: “It’s probably not a coincidence that many of the most strident anti-Amazon advocates are making millions (in Patterson’s case, hundreds of millions) of dollars within the publishing system as it currently exists. It’s simply human nature to believe that a system that has worked for me is a just system, a desirable system, the … Continue reading