Happy spring everyone! If, like me, you’ve been sorely disappointed by the season’s poor (that is, cold) showing thus far, what better way to warm yourself up then by snuggling up with a good book? Luckily for you, I’ve got just the book. That talented and prolific Tamara Shoemaker has stopped by once again, this […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s the most exciting of times again! Another interview with another talented writer. This time it’s returning champ Tamara Shoemaker who, as you will see, has been quite busy since the last time she stopped by the blog over the summer. She just released her newest YA fantasy, Mark of Four (to rave reviews, by […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Welcome readers to another Author Feature! This week I am so excited to be joined by romance author extraordinaire, Margaret Locke! She was gracious enough to stop by to discuss her latest novel, the regency time travel romance, A Matter of Time. Shall we adjourn to the metaphorical drawing room to learn more? TNK: Thank […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
I know. That title is a pretty bad joke. One could even say it was a poultry attempt. Okay, I’m done now, promise. Now, to science! In a new study published in the online version of the journal Biology Letters, a group of chickens show us just how quickly evolution can take place. A team […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thanks for stopping by the website for writer and anthrozoology student Taryn Noelle Kloeden. Here you will find interviews, musings, and short articles on animals, science, and the natural world.Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Hello readers and welcome to an exciting first on my blog- an interview with a fellow writer! I had the great pleasure of picking the one and only Tamara Shoemaker’s brain about her newest release, Kindle the Flame. For those of you who are not familiar with the Shenandoah Valley’s own Shoemaker and her work […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Last week’s prompt over at Flash Friday tasked us to write a 200ish word story that took place in a kitchen based on this photo prompt: I hope you enjoy my offering, which received a special mention for the “best bait”. Trespasser (208 words) Everything seems louder in the dark. Especially the screams. My […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’m getting a little antsy as I wait for another set of beta readers to send back my most recent manuscript of Eye of Heaven. So I figure, why not put this nervous energy to use? Today, I’ve been reading up on taglines and loglines, while trying to come up with my own. For those […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I had a lot of fun with last week’s flash friday. I wanted to juxtapose sci-fi and typical office politics in order to tackle the prompt of “blunder” and a man running down a sand dune. This piece came in at second runner up! I’d love to hear what you think. A Bad Day at […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I have neglected to post my last several (dozen) works of flash fiction, but that stops today! Here was my first place winning entry to March 20th’s flash friday prompt. You can also check out my winner’s interview here. Reincarnation “Energy is not created nor destroyed, all that there ever was, so there is now.” […]Continue Reading... No Comments.