Monthly Archives: July 2016

Progress For Saturday, July 30th

Tired, but still managed to get a few more words down.  Saturdays are game days after all.  I’m not at all sure I’ll get any words down tomorrow/today, on the story because it’s Sunday.  I may just knit or make plarn … Continue reading

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Tired

The computerized/typed copy of the novel is now in the works.  A copy is saved on a USB drive and the external drive.  The word count for today is officially 1,728, and I am tired.  Happily tired. Tomorrow I do … Continue reading

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Book Review – Not Mine

The book After the Cure has a unique perspective on the zombie genre. The story begins with a cure for the zombie plague and the rebuilding of society. There are two main characters (one was cured from the virus that … Continue reading

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Game Night

Saturday is game night here.  We play some rpg (role-playing gaming) every Saturday.  Usually there are two games that alternate.  I am running a D&D, Fifth Edition, campaign.  Tonight was episode 13 or 14 and the players – a Minotaur … Continue reading

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Moving Forward…Again

Getting everything moving again.  So far, everything is moving smoothly.  The first chapter of the novel is now beside the laptop and ready for the second draft to begin.  I’d hoped to already have the first chapter typed in by … Continue reading

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Okay… here goes… there has been a lot of controversy surrounding this film… A LOT of controversy and I’m joining the fray. God help me… I am taking a page from James Rolfe and refusing to see this movie for … Continue reading

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Writing for Kindle Worlds – the Good and the Ugly… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Article by Author Toby Neal, on Self Publishing Advice: Whatever you feel about Amazon, they are cutting-edge as a company, and one of the most innovative programs they’ve come up with in publishing is Kindle Worlds. According to Nick Loeffler … Continue reading

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Re-Blogging As Requested! Star Light Is Now Live!

Originally posted on Olivia Stocum: Today is the day! After my whole family spent a week eating cereal for dinner and the laundry piled up, it’s finally the big day! My Highland books are always the hardest for me because … Continue reading

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Blasty: a free book anti-piracy tool that notifies users of copyright infringement — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: My author friend, D.G. Kaye, mentioned a new site called Blasty . This is a new site still in beta. It’s created for writers and artists to enroll their books and anything copyrighted. It … Continue reading

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The Abducted: The Beginning, Book 0 – A Review

The Abducted: The Beginning, Book 0, by Roger Hayden is the beginning novel in a detective/suspense series by Mr. Hayden.  I wish I could say this was one of the great Indie reads I’ve had, but I can’t.  Thankfully I can also … Continue reading

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