A friend posted a picture of her son, roughly Kiddo's age, riding a bike, which while cute, was more notable by the fact that the child's training wheels were off. Seeing the picture, I'd asked Kiddo if he'd like to give it a try too. "Just imagine - you'll be able to go biking with … Continue reading How to make an author panic in 3 easy steps
My plan for world domination er I mean literary success continues. Upon hearing of my upcoming launch, Steven Capps was kind enough to feature me on his blog this week. Thank you once again, Steven.
Hi there guys, for this week I have the honor of introducing the talented Allie Potts onto the blog. Her newest novel, The Fair & Foul, was released earlier this week. It is a science-fiction story set in the near future where the lines between humanity and technology are beginning to blur.
Juliane Faris, an ambitious programmer, shortcuts the next step in her career by undergoing an experimental surgery fusing her brain with a supercomputer. The procedure grants her unprecedented knowledge and cellular control over her body, but threatens everything she holds dear including her sanity. When others undergo the same modifications it becomes apparent that not everyone can afford the price that this technology demands. After reading her guest post, don’t hesitate to click on the cover and support an amazing author.
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After staring at my computer screen for hours, I decided to go for a walk at lunch as a way to recharge. There is a secluded nature park within a short walk that can be reached by passing through the adjacent residential area. It's not particularly impressive, but it at least gives me a destination to … Continue reading Is that a fire hydrant or a really odd garden gnome?
I am what some may call vertically challenged. For this reason standing out in a crowd has always been somewhat difficult for me. My husband towers over a foot above me, which has proven helpful time and time again. He might have difficulty finding me, but at least I can see him. During the past few times … Continue reading Standing out in the crowd