Welcome to the tour for the 34 Seconds Tour, a debut novel by Stella Samuel.
Today, she’d like to introduce you to a very special character. Read More
Kai’s note – today is the launch of my new book containing 12 specific tutorials for readers to use to build or update their social media. Enjoy!
We are still working on the inside of this website/database, Cabin Goddess… well.. it is horked. Apparently the website has been chasing the dragon behind all of our backs. Sigh. On top of all of that my own body decided to jump on the bandwagon with the rest of these yahoos here in Alaska and get the Swine Flu. H1N1 SUCKS ASS! So I am throwing a bunch of memes together LOL, Wordless Wednesday, my #OneWord365 of Time and my weekly posting of my #365Project (yes I am still writing on it but since my website is horked and doing drugs I am only going to post something once a week till it is up). Read More
This is Lynne’s third visit to Fourth-Wall Friday and today’s visit we all get to meet. heck even she gets to meet them face to face for the first time, characters from her new series, LAND, SEA, SKY. Book one is CROSSWIND. I am really honored to be in her circle of friends. She really is an amazing woman and I am also honored to be touring her with The Finishing Fairies in January. See at the bottom of the post to find out more about hosting her on your site. Till then, sit back and enjoy! If you are an author who is interested in joining Fourth-Wall Friday, send me a line with the contact form. Oh I have talked long enough let’s enjoy this week’s Fourth-Wall Friday!
I don’t know what possessed me that day, but something drew me to the neighborhood in the west end of Alexandria where we used to live. It wasn’t to visit old friends, that’s for sure. All the townhouses are rental units. Everyone we knew there is long gone.
I parked on the service road and walked up the sidewalk. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a pregnant woman approaching me. She startled me; I hadn’t seen anyone in the courtyard when I entered it. It was as if she had sprung from the bushes, or maybe from the base of the sycamore tree. “Hello,” I said, stepping off the sidewalk. “I know this will sound weird, but we used to live in the end unit over there.”