He finds himself tangled deeper into the world of darkness. He is beginning to understand more, but there is so much more that is left unseen. He learns the truth about himself, but sometimes it seems, that you just can't go home. And you can't run from who you are today.
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My students are back today answering your questions about clothing brands, stores, and e-books on the blog.
If you have a question you'd like a teen (grades 8-12) to answer, let us know!
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This book deals with the relationship of religion and politics and some of the hot-button moral/political issues we face as a nation. The first part of the book focuses on the historical and political foundations for how that relationship was shaped by our Founders. The second part focuses on issues that have become controversial in both religious and political spheres. No effort is made to provide easy answers to the profound questions raised by
such issues. Rather, the author seeks…Continue
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MM: It is not surprising that you are both nature lovers, as well. You obviously have a connectedness to our world. That heightened awareness probably makes you more susceptible to the solitude of a good trail or the comfort of other creatures. Well, let’s bring this to a close. Please let our readers know what they can look forward to from you in the future.
Scott: I’m in the process of writing a collection of short stories about intimate partnerships and…Continue
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Messenger’s YA Novels Get Six Figures at S&S
Laura Rennert of Andrea Brown Literary Agency sold North American rights for Shannon Messenger’s debut young adult novel, Let the Sky Fall, and a sequel. The six-figure advance was offered by Liesa Abrams, executive editor at Simon & Schuster for the Simon Pulse imprint. Let the Sky Fall, slated for March 2013 publication, is about a…
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An accomplished and inspirational entrepreneur, Jo-Anne Vandermeulen is known for her: online social media & marketing Expertize; a best-selling fiction & nonfiction author; a successful founder & business operator; and an energized…Continue
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Another great week on The G-ZONE!
Great guests, plenty of fun and most of all: great stuff for any reader or author. Tune in,call in, email in a question, be part of the conversation!
Monday Jan. 30 11.30 am EST- International Best-Selling author David L. Hoof
Tues. Jan. 31 4pm EST- Jo-Anne Vandermullen
Wed. Feb 1 2.30 pm EST- Lisa Doctor
Thursday Feb. 2 5.30 pm EST – Stephen H. King
Friday –TGIF-Feb. 3 4pm EST-CK Webb/Anthony Neil Smith/Les Edgerton…Continue
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Congratulations to Maggie Stiefvater on her Printz Honor Award. Maggie was also honored with a Odyssey Award her Audio Book of Scorpio Races.
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“Amish Forever-Volume 4- A Cold Winter”- Roger Rheinheimer & Crystal Linn
“Amish Knitting Circle- Volume 8- Wings To Fly”- Karen Anna Vogel
“What Friends Are Made Of”- Randy K. Wallace
“How I Met Your Mother- Volume 5- Shattered Glass”- Mark cooper
“Slouching Toward Bethlehem- Volume 4- The Stranger in Dreams”- William Tooker
“Without Notice”- Jason Hughes
“The Man of Shadows-Volume 3”- Angel Zapata
“Wicked Little Lies-Volume 3” –Tanya…Continue
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Hey, writers! Here at YALitChat we are fortunate to have able instructors bringing us the best of information to make our writing lives better.
Check out these webinars being offered:
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Heartland Gothic is a black comedy of going home and reawaking. Depression, early midlife crisis, and strange small town eccentricities drive this gothic story of failed Hollywood screen writer Mark West after he survives losing his contract, agent, car, girlfriend, and a comical suicide attempt on the…Continue
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MM: And that is why you two fit so perfectly with the One series. It is exactly the idea that regardless of your religion or label, we are all travelling on the same path, riding in the same vehicle floating through space. Sorry, I got carried away. Back on topic, who are some of your writing influences that…Continue
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Carl Miller isn't good with people and goes out of his way to avoid them. Eric Eastman is a popular architect and friends with everyone. When the two men meet, by chance, at Herm's bar, they strike up an instant friendship unfamiliar to Carl.
His life begins to unfold in ways he could never have imagined until…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on January 26, 2012 at 7:26pm — No Comments
Writing is fun. It really is, I enjoy almost everything about it, even including the hard parts like networking and promoting. One of the best experiences I've had as a writer is watching my daughter when she is writing.
Added by Mark Miller on January 26, 2012 at 12:40pm — No Comments
Hopefully by now you have had a chance to read the latest story from the One series. For the Love of All is written by a best-selling, award-winning author along with a counselor who happens to be a talented author, as well as an outdoor…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on January 26, 2012 at 6:37am — No Comments
Pepper Jones and her mysterious sidekick Jacob Longstreet are investigating a string of burglaries in her neighborhood when they get a little too close! Finding the bandit’s hideout, she is surprised when he appears and threatens her life. Only Longstreet’s amazing abilities saves the day.Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on January 25, 2012 at 3:14pm — No Comments
B.R. Stateham has a very nice series he has been working on called “Call Me Smitty”; it is about a hitman/assassin that at times has a very big heart and at others is as cold as dry ice.
Starting today, Jan. 25th and ending tomorrow the 26th we are putting the newest installment in the series on sale for $.99. Normally we price a novella sized story at $2.99, but to get more readers interested in the series we are reducing the price for 48 hours.
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Joe Vesper is a street smart survivor from Seattle who finally made his nut and got out. He relocated to the sleepy boardwalk town of Veil, CA and things started going his way. He finally bought the old house, the laid back book cafe and even the girl of his dreams had come within…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on January 24, 2012 at 11:36am — No Comments
Mark Miller (One, Small World Global Protection Agency) teams with his daughter and first time author Olivia Miller.
In Sons of the King, they have created a fantasy world with a touch of science fiction. In the land of Mysstira on…Continue
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