Ursula K. Le Guin “The speaking of her name and of her words goes on, and will go on, today and tomorrow and for a very long time now. As it should. She was the mother of so many of us, and you should take time to mourn your mother.” -John Scalzi Like so many… Continue reading Ursula K. Le Guin. Go in Peace.
Tag: Other Writers
Eat This While You Read That: Lee and Miller – Cedar Writes
Here's a post featuring my favorite author team, their books, and a favorite character's favorite food. A favorable post! From ETWYRT: A couple of weeks ago I featured a lowly, plebian sandwich on ETWYRT. Today’s recipe is pretty much the exact opposite of the zombie apocalypse grilled cheese. I really enjoy the Liaden serie… Source:… Continue reading Eat This While You Read That: Lee and Miller – Cedar Writes
One Pagan is Putting His Money Where His Drinking Water Comes From | Humanistic Paganism
Source: One Pagan is Putting His Money Where His Drinking Water Comes From | Humanistic Paganism
killing time | Wentworth is Coming. Some thoughts.
If you're watching Outlander, you know what's happening this Saturday. If you're like me, you've been wondering and worrying about this episode ever since you knew they were filming the series. I've already watched a few scenes while peeking through my fingers. This will be another one. I could see things clearly enough just reading… Continue reading killing time | Wentworth is Coming. Some thoughts.
A New ‘Wrinkle in Time’ – WSJ
Here's an awesome article about a lost passage from "A Wrinkle in Time," by Madeleine L'Engle. This book was my gateway book to science fiction and fantasy. I read it when I was in 4th grade and I never looked back. The lost passage sounds fascinating, although from a writer's perspective, I can understand why… Continue reading A New ‘Wrinkle in Time’ – WSJ
Book Review and General Discussion About the End of the World
It's rare for me to review a book beyond a basic star rating on Goodreads, but I wanted to review this book here for y'all. NOT because it's such a great book (trust me, it's not), but because it does present an idea worth discussing. The book is One Second After by William R. Forstchen. I don't know… Continue reading Book Review and General Discussion About the End of the World
The Dragonriders of Pern: Kindle Special
If you love these books, here's great chance to have the digital version of the first three novels. I have them in print of course - have for decades. But now I can carry them on vacation if I ever feel the need to revisit old friends. Go here. I don't know how long the… Continue reading The Dragonriders of Pern: Kindle Special
Jeanne Jackson’s Mendonoma Sightings Throughout the Year Book Launch, at Gualala Arts Center, April, 2014
My lovely friend, Jeanne Jackson, has a wonderful book coming out in April. If you've never been to Sonoma/Mendocino, or if you go as often as you can, you're in for a treat with this book. For years, Jeanne has been writing a weekly column in her local paper, featuring photographs from anyone in the… Continue reading Jeanne Jackson’s Mendonoma Sightings Throughout the Year Book Launch, at Gualala Arts Center, April, 2014
WriterAdvice seeks flash fiction, memoir, and creative non-fiction running 750 words or less. Enlighten, dazzle, and delight us. Finalists receive responses from all judges. First prize is $200. Submit to the 9th WriterAdvice Flash Prose Contest by April 18, 2014. Complete details at www.writeradvice.com.
Other Writers: Mohana Rajakumar
It's the month to celebrate love! Enjoy this Valentine excerpt from Mohana Rajakumar. Love Comes Later Love Comes Later By Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar Best Indie Book, Romance, 2013 New Talent Award Finalist, Romance Festival, 2012 Best Novel Finalist, eFestival of Words, 2013 Prologue Abdulla’s mind wasn’t on Fatima, nor on his uncles or cousins. Not even… Continue reading Other Writers: Mohana Rajakumar