Look, I fed you. I didn’t call the cops on you. And there’s a good chance that will come back to bite me on the ass. I presume you were wearing shoes when you arrived. So get them. Put them on and skedaddle.” He waved in the direction of the door. Hallie crossed her arms. “No.”
Getting It Back...a former top men's figure skating champion is willing to risk everything for a comeback
Publishing is and has always been a fickle business, most likely because it’s a reflection of its customer base.
As questions mount and the body count rises, she finds herself caught in the crosshairs of an organization that will stop at nothing to hide its secrets and protect its profits.
The corner of his mouth inched up. She’d be a handful…for the right man, which sure as hell wasn’t him. Not anymore.
I HATE being told it isn’t enough to write a good book. I DESPISE being told if I don’t market well my wonderful book will go nowhere.
I always start each of my stories with something that will grab the reader’s attention immediately. “Wham, Penny Estelle’s readers are hooked right from the get-go.”
Not really, but after what I consider a successful booksigning (19 books sold in 5 hours) there's a bit of a high happening. This signing was at the annual arts…
You’re a bad writer. I don’t care what your web site says. I don’t care how many traditionally published books you have under your belt or how popular you are with readers. You disappointed me. You ripped me off. You took my money in exchange for a piece of garbage.
In Katy’s Place A Short Story Copyright 7/21/13 by Barbara Meyers “Katy?” Cassie Emerson whispered in disbelief. “Is that really you?” Katy Robbins laughed, the sound somewhere between a hearty…