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I don’t trust people who constantly need to be reassured. I don’t trust people who express never express selfish views. I don’t trust people who can’t just “yes” or “no”.

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Big News

No, Old Souls isn’t finished. Because c’mon. It’s summer.

But THIS is pretty cool too.

One of my partners in googling things like:

Weird ways to die, how to get away with murder, what it feels like to stab people, how to get over the Canadian/American border without a passport, time travel… 243 more words

Happy Anniversary!

One year ago today The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen was published! It also happens to be on sale right now on Amazon or available free in Kindle Unlimited!! 388 more words

Co-Writing Continues To Be Fun

When I was in Nashville earlier this year for Tin Pan South and Spring Training, I was invited to join a co-write with two friends, Gigi Gostas – with whom I have written – and John Terry, with whom I had not. 150 more words



Smooth Merlot


Dimmed lights

Classical music

White cotton

Lingering sage

Rose quartz

Drawn bath

Open door


~Alisa Hutton

Ask the Authors!

As many of you know, I’ve been working on a project with fellow author Wayne Lemmons. It’s an amazing and wild ride, this novel. As we near the release date (which hasn’t been set in stone yet, but it’s soon), I thought I would give you, the reader, an opportunity to be involved. 154 more words

Author order and disorder

Debra Carr has a BSc (Hons) in Materials Science and a PhD in Engineering.

Prior to joining Cranfield University, she was employed by the Ministry of Defence (SCRDE), Imperial College (Mechanical Engineering) and The University of Otago (Clothing and Textile Sciences). 1,051 more words

Research Culture