This is the twenty-third edition of Lots-O-Links, posts where I randomly share links. Fun, huh? I can now call it the weekly post that two people have gone on record as liking. Pretty cool!
David Knight’s spiritual/inspirational book I AM I: The In-Dweller of your Heart has launched (I missed the official date – pooey). If you like spiritual books I highly recommend this one as it has many good passages and messages in it.
Stephannie Beman has a new short story available for $.99 called Love is blind. (from Smashwords) – Tarma is a sea-nymph who believes she’s in love with the daemon-god Hades. The only glitch is that he doesn’t seem to know she exists; and the harder she tries to catch his attention the further he runs. Tarma will soon learn how blind her love has been when she seeks the Goddess of Love for help.
S.M. Muse’s new novel, Heir of Nostalgia, is available on Amazon (from Amazon) At eleven years old Phillip had everything a boy could want. In less than a year all that changed when his father went missing. At 13, the privileged life Phillip once knew is gone. He is homeless, hungry, and heartbroken. He’s been living on the streets of New York ever since that fateful night, and the only thing that keeps him going is the thought of vengeance. He’s looking for the man he feels is responsible for his father’s disappearance, the man with the silver singing spurs. Will a Riot Grrl called Maggie, who claims she can talk to angels, be able to help Phillip? Will a murder of ravens masquerading as teenage thugs defeat them? Or are there stronger forces at work?
In blogging news, Jonathan Harvey, author of Shades of Plaid and the writer of the Terrible Turtle Conspiracy webcomic is blogging again. Check out his introductory post on his Updates in Plaid blog.
Angie has an excellent blog with tips on how to take self portraits.
And Stephannie and Ruth Nordin have been having too much fun. Check out Ruth’s letter to Hades, and then read the rebuttal/tabloid article “is Persephone Happy in the Underworld” on Stephannie’s blog. Of course, after reading Ruth’s letter, her own characters have gone on strike. Then the mythological tabloid shed a little light on the situation.
In interestingness, did you know that Iran has a lot of ninjas? No, seriously. Even more interesting, they’re women! Check it out!
If you have any links to share please mail them to me at Joleene (at) JoleeneNaylor (dot) com or else post them in the comments! And that’s all I have right now. Have a great week everyone!