Monthly Archives: February 2012

Adrian McKinty on Bee Candy:

“…a gorgeous, heartfelt, bittersweet novel of love and grief and the possibility of redemption.” I’ve mentioned McKinty’s Forsythe trilogy, and reviewed his novel Falling Glass here on the blog. (I’ll be writing up my review for The Cold Cold Ground soon, but … Continue reading

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A Paean to Anticipation

I love feeling hungry to write. Coming off of a second draft of one project that needs a lot of work, getting ready to dive back in and finish another project’s first draft, I’ve been poised on a pleasant precipice of expectation. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on High Jinks Below Stares:
Make no mistake, the Colorado Scottish Festival crowd loves Angus Mohr. The band handled a technical glitch at Saturday’s  12:45 show with banter and charm while the intimate and enthusiastic crowd cheered them…

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Vote for Bee Candy

Chiseled in Rock, the blog for Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, has teamed up with iWise to host a contest for novelists who want to pitch their books to an agent panel. You can click here to vote for Bee Candy … Continue reading

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Originally posted on High Jinks Below Stares:
What could be better than sailing along with good friends, sunshine, and music? Navigating past the inflatable Jameson bottle, whisky tasting, and beer tent, the Jameson stage rises out of Clement Park’s well…

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Ten Reasons to Read an eBook Today

10. Instant gratification. Discover a title you’re dying to start? Standing in a long line with nothing to read? Whip out your smartphone, browse, and download. You’ll have what you’re craving in seconds. 9. You do not have to choose … Continue reading

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