Sunday, August 2, 2015

What's UUUUUP?

Doing a quickie today, folks! But wanted to welcome the new month in!
Picture taken from Bonnie Plant 


I've few links with various friend's posts. First off Heather McCorkle has an announcement--she has joined a press out of New York called City Owl Press. To see her announcement, go to her blog here. As a new member, Heather has a wish list of what she may want to see from prospective writers. You might be interested if you have written, say, a Sci-fi with romantic angles.

As always, Roland has some interesting insights on what's going on out in the entertainment world. If I didn't have his blog to find things out, I'd be stupid. I would have to depend upon the rags you can pick up at the grocery store check-out. If you don't know who Tom Cruise or Scientology is, then you may be dumber than I am. Anyway, he's got something to say about the subject of why isn't anyone asking Cruise about questionable acts at home base of his religious compound. You can check this out  at Writing in the Crosshairs. Also you might want to check out his books, as well.

My  friend, William Kendall has a movie review at his blog Speak of the Devil.

And if you want to catch up on what I've been up to, go to my other blog: Lorelei's Writing Journal.

Also, my third book, Nocturne, will be on sale from August 8th through August 14th.

6 comments:

  1. Ah, Scientology...the reason I never go see any of the Mission Impossible movies. I will never knowingly add even a dime to Scientology coffers.

    I think William is going to be reviewing it this week, He did see it.

    Good luck on your sale!

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  2. I never knew that Scientology was such a cult, Norma. It's too bad he fell into this--well, I can't call it a religion--he's such a good actor. I have to agree with not throwing money at him, but he's already made the money, whether you go see it or not. But I can see it as a form of protest to not see his movies.

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  3. I've been battling flood waters this great a glorious Monday. :)

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  4. I'm sorry to hear of the flood waters. Keep bailing. (:

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  5. Thanks for the nod!

    Scientology's one of the worst of the cults. It speaks volumes that its founder once said if you want to do a great scam, start a religion.

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  6. But of course! (on the nod)

    Ah, how true. They get tax breaks, see?

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