says “We have a way to build a relationship with the people who love the things we write. ”
blog.jaynorry.com — In case you haven’t noticed, today’s writer has got it pretty good. We can do more with our time than any previous generation of authors; and we have their wisdom available to us, as well. There’s …
www.linkedin.com — I have a lot of 99 cent sales coming up on the books in June, beginning with a collection of heart touching short stories and poems. "Heartfelts" goes on sale the 5th thru the 7th! Six more novels
says “The future of personal satellite technology is here – are we ready for it?”
phys.org — Satellites used to be the exclusive playthings of rich governments and wealthy corporations. But increasingly, as space becomes more democratized, these sophisticated technologies are coming within reach of ordinary people. Just like drones before them, miniature satellites are beginning to fundamentally transform our conceptions of who gets to do what up above our heads.
says “The Justice League Movie's Actual Title, According To Geoff Johns: One of the big question marks within the D...”
www.cinemablend.com — One of the big question marks within the DCEU is the highly anticipated Justice League movie, which will bring together all of the major players of the Universe. Just yesterday, a list of rumored titles for the film was leaked, leading to much speculation regarding the plot. Now DC film�s head honcho Geoff Johns has spoken out, and gotten to the truth of the matter.
says “Who the heck knew olfactory glands could be so passive aggressive?”
www.ryankhoward.com — Three years ago, I began having random phantom smells of cigarette smoke.
Over the course of several months, the spells became more and more frequent
to the point I was being transported back in time to my childhood.
www.bbc.co.uk — This year’s festival kicks off with Tchaikovsky’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Fantasy-Overture before Sol Gabetta performs Elgar’s Cello Concerto. Finally, hear one of the greatest cantatas of the 20th century – Prokofiev’s 'Alexander Nevsky'.