Monthly Archives: August 2013

An Interview with Becket, Author of The Blood Vivicanti

Originally posted on …and then there was Sarah:
I am pleased to welcome Becket, author of The Blood Vivicanti, for an interview. You may be most familiar with Becket on his Facebook page, where he talks about his job as…

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2 Fantasy Novels for 2 Dollars!!!!

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Cover art by Jason Pedersen Cover Art by Jason Pedersen Both of these high fantasy novels are available on Amazon for .99 cents!!! . . . . . . Excerpts from Legends of Windemere:…

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Day 2 in full swing – Don’t forget your free e-copy of Rise of a Queen

Originally posted on J.S. Riddle:
Day one has been a great eye opener and a wonderful social mixer if I may add.  I’m still new at this media thing, but those who have watched me take those first baby…

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Day 1 is here for Free Download

Originally posted on J.S. Riddle:
Weeeeee and the promotion kicks off.  Go ahead and download Rise of a Queen, you know, cause you love me and want to give me warm virtual hugs, and get something free for the…

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The Paperbook Blog Needs You!!

Originally posted on The Paperbook Blog:
That’s right folks, The Paperbook Blog is seeking guest posters to share with us your favourite books, authors, book stores and all else booky. Do you love to read? Do you love to write?…

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Beyond Dusk: Anne, a Crimson and Clover Novelette, Now Available!

Originally posted on …and then there was Sarah:
My new Crimson and Clover novelette, Beyond Dusk: Anne, is now available on Amazon, for $.99. This will be the first of a series of companion novelettes, each giving glimpses into some…

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The Storm and The Darkness by Sarah M. Cradit Blog Tour – Hosted by Girls Heart Books Tours

Originally posted on Sunshine and Mountains:
Ana Deschanel has made a terrible mistake. The only chance of protecting the other people involved is to flee New Orleans, the only home she has ever known, for the quiet solitude of Summer…

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Writing and Personality: The Introvert Within

I’ve been thinking a lot about my personality type lately.  I’ve had the unhappy realization that even in a virtual world, I’m still an introvert.  It may be easier to project myself as an extrovert, as someone who thrives on … Continue reading

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Thinking of Belinda

I saw this rainbow today and thought of Belinda … For Now that I think of it … Here’s another photo she might enjoy: the evening sky from a nearby parking lot.

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Ten Top List of Things Not to Do When Giving a Presentation

Here is the eighth installment of Ten Top Lists of What Not To Do by Marie Ann Bailey of 1WriteWay at and John W. Howell of Fiction Favorites at These lists are simu-published on our blogs each Monday. … Continue reading

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