Happy holidays! It’s that time again.If you’re like me, you’re trying to find the perfect gifts for the people you love. Here’s an idea. Buy everyone a book! It’s like giving the gift of a vacation without ever leaving the house.
Debbie Cassidy is a 35 year old multi-tasking ninja who lives in England, Bedfordshire, with her three kids and very supportive husband. Coffee and chocolate biscuits are her writing fuels of choice, and she is still working on getting that perfect tower of solitude built in her back garden.
Boy, oh boy, do I feel like the slacker. Just reading Jessica’s bio makes me want to go back to school.
Well, maybe not back to school, but, I’d be willing to learn how to make a quahog sandwich.
It seems like just yesterday I was trying to figure out what to say— oh right, that was yesterday. I was just sitting at my desk waiting for the muse to arrive and I found myself typing a bunch of nonsense…
It’s March! And it’s Wednesday. This means we’re playing games over at the blog. It doesn’t mean I never play games on other days, say, like Mondays or Fridays and sometimes Tuesdays in the late afternoon, but rarely on a…
We have had fun meeting new authors and finding great new books to read here on lindasands.com.
This week, we invited Kindle Scout winning author, Laurel Osterkamp to play 10 for 10. This is the last Wednesday of the year,
When a very cool writer comes your way. You, of course, ask him to play the Author Game.
Hello there, Howard. I love a great story, a great spy and a fantastic movie, so there. You’ve won me over three times.
Holy cow. It’s DECEMBER? Where the hell did this year go? Hang on.
Okay, I’m back. I just ordered all the Christmas and Hanukkah presents, printed up a boatload of party recipes, planned the outside light configuration and started the annual newsletter report.
Hello there! It’s another Wednesday and since this is NANOWRIMO month, I am writing this well ahead of time and setting up the little scheduler to work while I sleep, or sleepwrite, because there is no pausing to get to 50k words in a month that is struck short by Thanksgiving travels and conventions and general hi-jinx.
There are some writers that you never really know. They hide behind their characters, they change their names, build fake towns or fantasy worlds. You may never truly know them. And sometimes, that lets you fall into their stories harder than you might have if you were busy staring at the face on the book jacket wondering if she really is the teacher at your kid’s school or the girl on the elevator at Park Street Condos.