Monthly Archives: July 2012

Short Reads: Enjoy over a Cup of Tea or Coffee

The below stories are not only short enough to fit in around a busy schedule, but they’re also free! Crimson by L.H. Cosway For any Tegan’s Blood fans, the short novella, Crimson will keep you nicely tied over until the … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Innkeepers (Haunted Hotel Story with Charm)

 This one features Sara Paxton again, one of the actors who starred in Enter: Nowhere alongside Scott Eastwood. She has an 80s, wholesome look about her (she reminds me of the girl from The Nanny and Beethoven) that goes with … Continue reading

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My Self-Publishing Journey

Today, I’m doing a guest post over at Story Addict, talking about the minefield of self-publishing.  If you get the chance, hop over and check it out. Thanks,                                                                                                                                        Emma

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Bruce Springsteen Concert: 17th July 2012, RDS Dublin, Ireland

Got to see The Boss himself in Dublin earlier this week.  He’s the legend who inspired the short story, “The Dead Beats” and the characters, Alex and Tristan.  He kicked off the show by making fun of what happened in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Grave Surprise by Charlaine Harris (Harper Finds Dead People)

Harper Finds Dead People, Or Rather Their Bodies. As a fan of Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse novels and a True Blood follower, I wanted to check out some of her other work.  Grave Surprise (book two in the Grave series) focuses … Continue reading

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