Daily Archives: December 5, 2017

Reading (In)Discriminately

Okay: raise your hands. When you were younger (say, teen- to young-adulthood) how many of you read pretty much everything? Finished even the rotten books because they were… well, they were books, and they were there? Okay, so I wasn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Reading | 21 Comments

BVC Announces Love Forever After by Patricia Rice

As a vicar’s daughter, quiet Penelope Carlisle is accustomed to living on the thin edge of poverty. She’s content with her small home and a friendly village–until a cloaked and crippled Beast rides into her orchard. Badly scarred in heart and soul, Viscount Graham Trevelyan has no use for love. He has a need for revenge and a child to protect. The compassionate innocent who doesn’t flee his fierce visage is the perfect mother his silent daughter needs. Continue reading

Posted in historical novels, New Releases, romance | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Within My Teaching Box (the Stroumph! edition)

How do we bring our readers into a new world with us? How do we make them accept that this world is real? I have many tools for this in my teaching box. Most of my tools for this are … Continue reading

Posted in creativity, Culture, Education, Food and Cooking, Humor, Worldbuilding, Writers on Writing | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments