Two nightmares. One memory. “Chaos within destiny. It was the definition of our love.” Eric has weeks before his final battle when he’s in an accident. Forced to face his human side, he knows he can’t survive if he fights alone. But he doesn’t want to surrender, even if he becomes the sacrifice for war.… Read More Review: Seconds Before Sunrise by Shannon A. Thompson
My latest ‘in thing’ is Buffer. I love it. It’s not without faults – I’ll get to that in a minute – but it has been a godsend to me. Here’s why: I’m not a great fan of social media. I use Facebook and Twitter a lot and I do have Google+ and LinkedIn too… Read More Buffer – making social media easier
One of the more recent gems I’ve come to discover among the many blogs I follow, is Wonder Sonder. The writer who calls herself Raadrahman manages to craft perfect posts every time. She writes with flair and has that uncanny ability to pull you in to anything she chooses to write about. Many of her… Read More 9 Rules for Interviews I didn’t expect
If you enjoy Biblical-apocalyptic adventures then you are probably going to have a blast with Seyi David’s latest book. The story moves at such breath-taking speed that I felt dizzy and bewildered from the very first page. No wonder at least one of her reviews on Amazon suggested the book is destined to become a… Read More Book Review: Cydonia – Rise of the Fallen by Seyi David
There are two versions of this post today. You can read one or the other or both. They are complementary though cover the same ground. This one looks at this project from the angle of the e-book I’m about to bring out. The other, on my personal blog Kenthinksaloud looks at the project from the Bangladesh side… Read More Fundraising for my first book – Please help!