The Surcoat in the Claymore and Surcoat

My friend and spectacular author is working on a new book. The first in her Crusader series comes out soon. In honor of that upcoming book she posted this wonderful rendition of Greensleeves. Enjoy! And look for the book, soon.

Olivia Stocum Romance Fiction

In honor of my upcoming crusader knight series. (AKA the surcoat in Claymore and Surcoat) I wanted to share this  rendition of Greensleeves shared with me by my buddy,  Juliana at

Super talented musician and definitely worth listening to.

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Legends of Windemere Vol. 1-4 Giveaway! 2 People Can Win All 4 Paperbacks!

Reblogging this, b/c who doesn’t like Fantasy! I’ve started the first one and I’ve loved it. Would like to read it faster, but real life keeps getting in the way!

Legends of Windemere

(The widget didn’t work, so I’m going to keep this up as a sticky post until the end of June.  Thank you to everyone who enters the contest and spreads the word.)

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Family of the Tri-Rune by Charles E. Yallowitz

Family of the Tri-Rune

by Charles E. Yallowitz

Giveaway ends June 30, 2014.

See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

Enter to win

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Why They Write

There as many reasons to write as there are writers. One thing seems to stand out, it is something they love to do. Why do you write?

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Kenshin Himura (How I feel) Kenshin Himura

Sorry!  I totally forgot that I was going to list people’s answers and reasons to Monday’s question.  Please check out the blogs and published works of everyone:

“I’m on board with most of that but I write poetry and know there is no money in that.” The Mirror Obscura

“I love writing because I’m totally addicted to it since the day when I started reading “anything” so seriously” Insight

“For me as a total readerholic and mental escape artist all my life, the writing came late, but now that particular joy of creating worlds, people, dragons, scenarios – whatever – can’t be matched by anything else that I’ve ever done.” Jo Robinson

“I think the reason evolves over time. I began writing as a way to express myself in a healing way. But then I began writing poetry. Poetry is a great self-expression for me and I…

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