Will Riker would be proud. I don’t think he ever did have sex with a human on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
It takes a lot to make American politicians look good.
So if his child visits him in the UK, would it be an “illegal alien”?
And what sort of child support would a court order for this love child?
FIRELANDS Apocalypse Reader/Blogger Challenge Entries In the Past Two Weeks:
Ryan Ryan (yes, that’s her name) at That Girl Ryan writes a Letter to the Mayans, complaining about their poor apocalypse prediction service, and how she had been looking forward to the hilarious benefits of the apocalypse. A Letter to the Mayans
Diana Beebe addresses a post-apocalyptic lifestyle by asking What Would You Do? Or Grow?
Shea McIntosh Ford looks at Surviving the Apocalypse — Henry Bemis Style. Would you kick ass, or would you be her reading buddy?
Ellie Ann gives you the opportunity to Choose Your Apocalypse. How do you want the world to end?
Catie Rhodes reviews FIRELANDS in Review Roundup: Youth is Wasted on the Young.
Angela Ackerman elevates FIRELANDS to the level of a prize at The Bookshelf Muse: Reality Check, Gratitude, and Cool Books to WIN. Pop on over and leave a comment for a chance to win one of three awesome books.
Julie Glover, a lady I count on the keep me grammatically honest, looks at Words for the End of the World.
How would you have fought off Victorian zombies? Historical mystery author K.B. Owen gives us some great ideas in Dangerous and Unseemly Zombies.
It’s not too late! Don’t miss your chance to win fantastic prizes in the FIRELANDS Apocalypse Reader/Blogger Challenge. You can enter until midnight on July 18, 2013. Bloggers enter by posting about apocalypse and linking up. Readers can enter now by signing up for the Bayard & Holmes Newsletter, or by leaving quotes, pics, or reviews of FIRELANDS. Great prizes! Check out the details at FIRELANDS Apocalypse Reader/Blogger Challenge.
Thank you to the participants thus far!
Congratulations to Ellie Ann on her release of her debut YA cyberpunk novel, The Silver Sickle. I love this book and highly recommend it. Already a best seller in Cyberpunk, The Silver Sickle will thrill you as it takes you to a world where humanity has lost its soul, and aliens keep us drugged into submission. One brave young woman and her best friend decide to stand against the “goddesses,” and that starts a chain of events that can either save humanity or see it go extinct.
Check out this great review from GeekDad: A Unique World Mythology–The Silver Sickle.
Also, a revealing interview of Ellie Ann by Anna Greer at An Interview with Ellie Ann.
The Independent Ladies–Vicki Hinze, C.J. Lyons, Debra Webb, Peggy Webb, Kathy Carmichael, V.R. Marks or Regan Black–have just come out with a new collection called Dangerous Desires. Five full length novels and two bonus novellas in the same package. Read more about it in Vicki Hinze’s post, Getting Creative. Dangerous Desires is now on sale for $ .99 on Kindle.
Kristen Lamb continues to spread the word that We Are Not Alone with her latest outstanding guide to social media for New York Times Bestsellers and New Writers, alike. Rise of the Machines will have you connecting with others on social media in ways that boost your platform and increase your sales. Read about it at Celebrating Writer Independence & I Got to Be a Cyborg.
Articles and Blogs In No Particular Order
Xi’an China Bell Tower Timelapse HD Video by ooaworld: ooa’s Travels, Photos, and Art made me feel grateful for my quiet neighborhood. very cool visual.
Dumb State Laws that Made Me Laugh by Jenny Hansen. They made me laugh, too.
Don’t believe everything you read (unless it’s from Bayard & Holmes, and it’s not one of our crazy ideas to make money–then you can safely believe it). Mara House Luxor gives us the straight skinny from the ground on the inaccurate reporting going on in Attack on Egypt via Social Media.
Cate Russell-Cole fills us on on Where to Get Free Images for Blog Posts.
This hysterical video via Jay Donovan has me thinking I’m in the wrong profession if I really want to get things done.
All the best to all of you for knowing your own.