Monthly Archives: August 2022

Warning Signs: A Story About Obsession Kindle Edition

by Carol Balawyder

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There are fairies mentioned in “King Eochaidh, the Horse Warrior.”

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Originally posted on The Novel: UnHoly Pursuit: Devil on my Trail:
It would be difficult to write about ancient Erin or Ireland without including fairies, leprechauns and other mythological creatures. So there are fairies mentioned in “King Eochaidh, the Horse Warrior.”…

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The Red Coat And The Redhead Kindle Edition

by Sara Kjeldsen

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Guess What? Real Readers Don’t Care Who Published Your Book.

Originally posted on The Novel: UnHoly Pursuit: Devil on my Trail:
My author club still meets, but via instant messaging and most of us have discovered that readers really don’t care who published your book. Small press, Indie, Traditional or…

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Now is the Golden Age of Books.

That’s right. Now is the Golden Age of Books. Especially those dealing with everyday issues. Some consider the 1930’s as the Golden Age of Books. But that all depends upon who you asked. If you look at the past, you … Continue reading

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When I wrote “Female Inferno” I had no idea the topic would become a reality.

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When I started and finished this dystopian book back in 2003, almost twenty years ago, a novel about the lives of women after the overturning of Roe vs. Wade,…

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Flooding In Texas. Pray for those affected.

It’s said it’s been a millennium since this area seen this kind of flooding. Katrina didn’t affect these parts. Native Americans are the only people with this knowledge.

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Groovy Man, Sistah Girl, All Is Good. I’m A Straight Shootin’ Son of A Gun

Phrases often meant something different years ago than today. For example, I quoted The Three Dog Night, “Joy To The World” in a book set in the 1960’s to the early 70’s. It would be out of place to apply … Continue reading

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It’s said August is like the Sunday of Summer.

I know you have perhaps heard it said that the month of August is basically the Sunday of Summer or the Sunday of Months of the year. Well, I think that all depends on how you look at it. As … Continue reading

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