If you’ve ever been the other man, had him invade your relationship, or are just plain curious about this beguiling, unpredictable, and dangerous creature, then this anthology of personal essays by gay men is for you. A portion of the proceeds will go to the It Gets Better project.
Chapbook of 48 dark poems about vampires, aliens, angels, demons, monsters, diseases, villains, rogues, and the sea. The bulk of these were written during my years as an undergraduate student at George Mason University, in Fairfax, Virginia, and represent some of my favorite themes: death, lost love, the ocean, alienation, and (odd as it may seem) disease.
Scamp is a Jack Russell of dubious breeding and unconventional colors who doesn’t let that stop him from being determined to come home with us. Once ensconced in our hearts, he embarks on a series of hair-raising adventures, one of which results in his premature first death.
Going Pro is a concise guide that offers advice on all aspects of writing for publication. From finding the time to write to finding beta readers, from navigating all the elements of a successful submissions packet to understanding a publishing contract to marketing your newly published book – here is my best advice on getting your first story released by a small or electronic press.
This collection of 366 writing prompts can be used daily as a starting point to get you writing ... and keep you writing. Each day of the year has its own, unique prompt. This book will kick-start your writing or take you in exciting new directions every day of the year! Great for all genres!
Write Every Day Erotica Edition: A Year of Daily Writing Prompts
There are only so many things you can say about sex before the scene becomes mechanical. The romance dulls with time, almost like a marriage, and you’re left wondering what happened to the excitement you felt when you first fell in love with writing about ... well, love. This book of erotic writing prompts will jumpstart your writing or take you in exciting new directions every day of the year!
This is a short anthology of five true, inspirational stories which illustrate the amazing power of optimism. Coupled with forgiveness and charitable thinking towards those who wish us evil, positive thoughts can resolve the toughest of situations to produce a happy result.
"From within perfect darkness I have learned to shine." Heartbreak can leave even the strongest of men scarred. Like Icarus, I too flew too high and fell. That downward journey tore the fibre of my being and shredded my soul. The gauntlet of love should never be underestimated. This is a poetic account of the journey I had to go through and a tribute to becoming a better man regardless.
Three true stories. Two of them are about an old ex-racehorse who sheds her bad habits and serious behavioral issues to become a consistent winner, the author’s equine soul-mate and a teenage girl’s savior. The third follows the change in her son Cruz Bay from a rejected, accident-prone foal to winner of blue ribbons.
Living in Germany made it difficult to find a Golden Retriever, a rare breed over there. My husband and I had to fly to Hanover to check out a new litter of puppies. Over the next fourteen years Hillie shared horse trail rides with us, skied with us in Austria, traveled to Italy and America and got arrested in England. She was a truly international family member!
Are you now or have you ever been a writer of short fiction? Do you long to s-t-r-e-t-c-h those 55ers, flash pieces, and short-shorts into longer publishable work? If so, The Short and Long of It is for you. Award-winning short fiction writer, Paul Alan Fahey, shows you how to expand and adapt these pieces into plays, short stories, novellas, and novels pitch perfect for the e-age.
Short chapbook of 36 poems which capture the ephemeral quality of nature. In these pages, autumn's dying leaves crumple beneath winter's shroud of snow, and the last fleeting days of the year slip away forever. Tragic, melancholy, bittersweet ... these poems embrace and revel in the changing seasons, which mirror so closely the rhythm of the human heart.
Emery Walters knew he was male at an early age, something that was a no-no in the 1950s. Burying his male identity, he strove to be the best woman possible. But after raising four wonderful children from two debilitating marriages, he found myself alone and nearly penniless. That was when Emery came who he was supposed to be.
If you've ever wanted to retain more of your royalties or try publishing e-books but didn't know where to start, this book is for you! Best-selling, multi-published author J.M. Snyder has written this no-nonsense, hands-on guide. She takes the mystery out of e-publishing while making the process of creating an e-book simple, cheap, and easy.
When the author sets out to find a big companion dog, little does she expect to take home a huge Great Dane who knocks her over! As a beloved family member, Blue creates colorful memories and captures her four year old son’s youth in an unforgettable sunset tableau.
Short chapbook of 24 poems which center around outlaws, gangsters, robbers, gunslingers, and thieves. On loving criminals in spite of, and sometimes because of, their crimes. Set in the Old West or Small Town America, each poem is a story of love. Think Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett, or Bonnie and Clyde ... these poems celebrate the allure and romance in such doomed relationships.