On Tour with Prism Book Tours Book Tour Launch for Bound Beauty By Jennifer Silverwood Note from the Author Once upon a time I started writing a darker retelling of Beauty and the Beast. I had no clue what I was doing, of course. I had just come off the joys of publishing my first... Continue Reading →
Happy Thursday everyone! It's been a while since I've done a book sale, so I'm excited to share two with you today. Take a look below, and don't miss your chance to pick these up! Happy reading! Available at Amazon | KOBO | B&N | Smashwords |iBooks Grab your copy at Amazon! In Other News The Silver Hollow Book Tour Giveaway is officially... Continue Reading →
Before we dive into this tour digest, I have to extend a thousand thanks to the many bloggers and readers, both friends and fans, who made this tour possible. Every time y'all took time out of your day to share, post, comment and tweet, meant the world to me. Since I know everyone has been busy the... Continue Reading →
We Write Fantasy authors present another Writer’s Digest! What’s it all about, you ask? Every other week we will ask our authors questions about the writing process. While geared toward our fellow authors and aspiring writers, we hope you all enjoy this insight into our craft. via Writer's Digest - Ask Our Authors See what... Continue Reading →
Happy Friday! At We Write Fantasy, Melissa Wright, author of The Frey Saga shares a bi-weekly feature on "Writing Hacks" via Writing Hacks: Promo & Design. Check out this sneak peek and don't forget to share your thoughts and share links below! Indies spend a great deal of time marketing their own work. If you... Continue Reading →
Today K.D. Jones, author of A White So Red was lovely enough to share my flash fiction on her website. K.D. recently encouraged her fellow authors to create flash, also known as micro fiction over at We Write Fantasy. Sharing a story with so few words has never been my forte, but I had fun creating this little piece. Happy #FlashFictionFriday!
*First appeared on We Write Fantasy. Reposted with permission.
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Mama first told her about the magic in trees after Papa disappeared in the flood.
“Listen good, Lou,” she had whispered, “the tree’s memory is longest. They got roots dug deep in that old earth. Water washes us away but the trees remember.”
There was no headstone for Papa, just a tree Mama carved his Christian name into.
CONRAD LAFAYETTE MASON
Sap bled over the letters often.
“See the tears the trees shed for your Papa?” Mama had said.
Lou took her papa’s knife to the bark, carefully carving Papa’s name over and over.
She marked moments in her life under that tree.
Carving Papa’s name with their dog, Rusty licking her tears away.
Carving Papa’s name again with her first boyfriend pressing kisses down her neck.
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Yesterday on #WeWriteFantasy, the amazing, magical and brilliant K.D. Jones shared a few insider tips on writing flash fiction. I love reading flash fiction but have rarely been able to write it myself. Most flash ideas blossom into fully-fledge novellas at the very least, so it's difficult to imagine containing myself like that. But I'm... Continue Reading →
witter (ˈwɪtə) vb – (often foll by: on) to chatter or babble pointlessly or at unnecessary length n – pointless chat; chatter COLLINS ENGLISH DICTIONARY – COMPLETE AND UNABRIDGED, 12TH EDITION 2014 © HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014 Today I wanted to share another post from We Write Fantasy ~ Starting... Continue Reading →
This week, in place of Writerly Witterings, I'm excited to share my new cover reveal, hosted by Prism Book Tours! I've worked on over a dozen covers with Najla Qamber Designs but this is one of my new favorites. We had so much fun bringing the right concept to fit this installment in the Wylder... Continue Reading →