Monthly Archives: July 2011

Coupons and Double Features

Friday, July 29th, 2011

In addition to my normally scheduled post today, I have a little gift for you readers. If you go to Smashwords and enter coupon code LV72P, you’ll get Tarranau for 40% off. AND L.M. Stull is making this deal even more enticing —> Visit her blog for details on how you can snag an autographed paperback!  But you’ll have [...]

Slaving Away (For a Coupon)

Friday, July 29th, 2011

In addition to our normally scheduled post today, we have a little gift for you readers from Splintered Land’s founder, James Tallett. If you go to Smashwords and enter coupon code LV72P, you’ll get Tarranau for 40% off. AND L.M. Stull is making this deal even more enticing —> Visit her blog for details on how you can snag […]

Whipped Sailor

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Richane cursed as Bruce’s men cast off. The last delivery of supplies hadn’t arrived, so they’d be shipping out with less than he’d like. If they rationed, they could make it. But odds were these bruisers weren’t good at rationing. Together he and Erran could magically hide some of the food resources but it could […]

Pantser vs Plotter – World Building

Monday, July 25th, 2011

So, this is the first post in a new series about the process of writing. Each week, I will discuss one aspect with a Pantser, while I’ll provide my (a Plotter’s) point of view. For those who don’t know the terms, a Pantser is an author who writes more or less without a plan, while [...]

Justice

Monday, July 25th, 2011

The fire crackled as bugs in the night met their death in its flames. Death was all around me. It seemed I couldn’t escape it. My mind hadn’t stopped running since it happened. Soft lips upon my cheek broke me from my demented memories and I couldn’t help but smile. Her touch, her smell, her [...]

The Hunter’s Prey Part 12

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

Dendera was impressed, despite herself. Laurin had walked fearlessly into the water and disappeared. What had gone on down there? Had he been in danger or just putting on theatrics to frighten all that was holy out of her? She would not give him the victory by asking. Instead, she focused on the bag that [...]

Misery of a Friend

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

The misery of a friend.
A strange thing, is it not?
Do you comfort them?
Do you push them to move on?
There is a third way.
Use a knife.

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