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Blogs I Follow
- Grady P Brown - Author
- Mother Nature
- Thoughts By Sally Baker
- archana urwashi
- R.I.P. Means Return If Possible Book Draft
- Musical Wishes Blog
- Playing Your Hand Right
- Weird Short Stories Written by Christian Tanner
- Redline: Live to Drive!
- Interesting Literature
- valerie holmes, author
- Live simply, travel lightly, love passionately & don't forget to breathe
- The Manifest-Station
- The Jenny Mac Book Blog
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Yes it is true my book is free this weekend! It is a low and I mean low risk to try it out. So download it today and let me know what you think. Click on the link below and … Continue reading
I really wish I had a better explanation for why at 15 I was wearing a tux. I was not in a wedding. Nor was I going to be in a wedding in the near future. It remains one of … Continue reading
It is finished! My first book has arrived at Amazon for the Kindle. It is about a FBI, who retires to create the life he’s always wanted. However, trouble finds him and the mystery begins. Join James Wright in his … Continue reading
I finished my first short novel (novella) and as I go through the process of self-publishing I am realizing there is much to learn. I bought books and read a few blogs. However, I am feeling somewhat overwhelmed by the … Continue reading
Vincent Van Gogh said, “The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.” Storms are a part of life. Depending upon your part of the … Continue reading
Zig Ziglar said, “The most influential person who will talk to you all day is you. So, you should be very careful what you say to you.” I believe we go to where our thoughts go. The more we … Continue reading
Former FBI agent James Wright tries to track down the men responsible for his wife’s death. It is the first book of a trilogy. Currently I am awaiting copyright. Should be available in time for Christmas.