One very lovable canine: Bark and Lunge by Kari Neumeyer
Fall in love with this lovable canine, warts and all. Even if you are not a dog owner, this story will capture your heart.
GC MacQuarie is a writer and Musician based in Brisbane Australia.
Inside Out by Jack Kearney
Hollywood meets time behind bars, and there's more to love than you think
The Scattered and the Dead Book 2.0 by Tim McBain & LT Vargus
This series will no doubt go down as one of my favourites of all time.
Awake in the Dark: Beyond the Blue by Tim McBain and LT Vargus
Awake in the Dark is the most meaningful and innovative series I've read in years.
Bloodwalker by AJ Steiger
Suspense and mystery wrapped up together with interesting characters and pretty prose.
A Boomer's Journey: Dog Bone Soup by Bette A. Stevens
Shawn won't go down without a fight, and that's what really makes this story a must read.
Be Careful What you Wish for: The Fling by Elle J. Lawson
Lawson has provided a story of real love at first sight, and hooked us in with a dark twist, all with the backdrop of Greece.
As Wings Unfurl by Arthur M. Doweyko
Arthur M. Doweyko has hit the mark yet again in his second novel offering, and I can't wait to see what he comes up with next.
Shared Skies (Book #2) by Josephine O'Brien
This story has a great premise and could even be marketed to the younger generation of the YA audience.
Contemporary Riches to Rags to Riches: Ariel by Fia Essen
I recommend this novel to the lovers of the romance genre that are tired of the cliché
Where there's a WIll, there's a Way...And a Harry: Tripler by Neil Vogler
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. From the prologue, I was hooked, determined to find out more about the world of Triplers.
Back in Black: Awake in the Dark (Book 4) by L.T Vargus Tim McBain
If you have read any of my Awake in the Dark Series reviews, you will already know I'm Grobs' biggest fan.
A Writer's Diet
Writing is hard work. It takes time, dedication and the understanding that you may never 'make it'. But that's not why we do it...is it?
Do we really write because we want the kudos that goes with it? Okay...probably. But deep down, we all know: Writer's MUST write. There is no other way around deciphering the mess going on inside our minds.
Eventually, it becomes a need. It's like food and air and fresh running water. Without it, we'd simply cease to exist; wordless zombies walking the earth one sentence less at a time.
It is so important to balance out life and writing. Too much writing = a neglected group of friends and family. Not enough writing = overwhelming confusion of twisted story lines until we end up in straight jackets, mumbling under our breath about wayward characters.
What's important to a writer? What do we need to keep pushing forward; to keep writing that next page?
The Walking Dead
Season 5 Finale
Finally, we come to the end of what has been an incredibly full on season of The Walking Dead. As this was an extended episode, I'm going to break it up into sections.
The others, also known as Tara, Rosita, Abraham and Eugene, really don't make much of a mark in this episode, except to band together as our little team of misfits. Tara wakes up from a prior head injury caused by the Alexandria morons, and we'll call it a day.
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