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🤘 Eternity Began Tomorrow is free all weekend! 🤘 — WHAT THE HELL
Sometimes the best things in life are free ... at least for this weekend! If you haven't read Kevin Brennan's latest novel, here's your chance for a free copy. But only for this weekend so get snappy ... and don't forget to leave a review, the lifeblood of writers. Heads up! All weekend long, Eternity… Continue reading 🤘 Eternity Began Tomorrow is free all weekend! 🤘 — WHAT THE HELL
Launch day for Kevin Brennan’s New Novel: Eternity Began Tomorrow!
Launch day for Eternity Began Tomorrow! https://kevinbrennanbooks.wordpress.com/2019/09/18/launch-day-for-eternity-began-tomorrow/ — Read on kevinbrennanbooks.wordpress.com/2019/09/18/launch-day-for-eternity-began-tomorrow/
Book launch countdown for Kevin Brennon’s new novel!
Book launch countdown! https://kevinbrennanbooks.wordpress.com/2019/09/11/book-launch-countdown/ — Read on kevinbrennanbooks.wordpress.com/2019/09/11/book-launch-countdown/ Every so often a light shines during these dark times we live in. Today's bright light is courtesy of Kevin Brennon. Kevin's latest novel, Eternity Began Tomorrow, will be available as an ebook starting September 18, 2019. I know I'll be in line for my copy. How… Continue reading Book launch countdown for Kevin Brennon’s new novel!
Musical Monday: Kristen Wiig and James Corben #MondayBlogs #humor
Because sometimes we need to laugh ...
A Different Kind of Book Review: 52 Stories in 52 Weeks by Phillip McCollum #bookreview #Mondayblogs
The following is a work of fiction, but the sentiments about Phillip McCollum's collection of short stories, 52 Stories in 52 Weeks, are factually based. You can skip this different kind of book review and go directly to Fantastic Shorts for more information on how to get your own copy of this collection of great… Continue reading A Different Kind of Book Review: 52 Stories in 52 Weeks by Phillip McCollum #bookreview #Mondayblogs
Ambushed by Dead Sea Secrets #MondayBlogs #humor
The following post was originally written in February 2009 and published on this blog in March 2013. Since I've gained a few new followers since 2013, here it is again. . ### I had just wanted to get some fresh air. I had been indoors, attending training and conference sessions, for almost five days straight.… Continue reading Ambushed by Dead Sea Secrets #MondayBlogs #humor
You asked for it: Yesterday Road now available in paperback!
This is the kind of news flash I like to see! Kevin Brennan’s Yesterday Road is now available as a paperback! Yesterday Road is where I fell in love with Kevin’s writing. For a hint as to why I fell in love with his writing, read my review: https://1writeway.com/2013/10/22/a-traditional-kind-of-book-review-yesterday-road/. But even better than that, read Yesterday Road for yourself: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/172876937X/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i7.
You’re welcome, readers 🙂
Yes, I’m delighted to announce that you can now display Yesterday Road, my first indie novel, on your bookshelf. Check out the paperback edition over at Amazon.
When I first decided to dabble in self-publishing, I decided to go strictly ebook. Just testing the waters. And it worked well for Yesterday Road, because I could focus on the ebook in terms of marketing and building my so-called brand. It helped me learn the ropes. I was glad I did it that way, because I was pretty intimidated by the whole thing, and keeping it as simple as I could made it all seem doable.
For my next two books, though–Occasional Soulmates and Town Father–I went ahead and had paperbacks made. Both of them turned out beautifully, thanks to covers and interior design done by the incomparable Max Scratchmann, Edinburgh’s favorite idiosyncratic artist and guerrilla poet…
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Rapunzel, A Different Kind of Fairy Tale ~ fiction by Marie A Bailey
Not to toot my own horn, but here I am tooting! I am honored to be included in this new online literary journal, The Disappointed Housewife. Many thanks to Kevin Brennan for kick-starting my own literary career by publishing my different kind of fairy tale. I hope you enjoy it!
Once upon a time, a child was born with long, silky blond hair. In fact, she came out of the womb, not head first, but hair first. The doctors and nurses and her parents were both fascinated and repulsed by the sight of the bloody blond hair that lay pooled on the hospital bed. A nurse came toward the infant with scissors but the mother stopped her. “No,” she said. “Let the hair stay. I will wash it myself.” She looked up at her husband whose face was a pale shade of gray. “We will call her Rapunzel,” she said and her husband dutifully nodded.
They had all expected Rapunzel’s hair to fall out and then regrow slowly, normally. But the hair stayed and it continued to grow until, by the time Rapunzel was walking, her hair followed behind her like a princess’s wedding train. And by then the whole…
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New online literary mag is open for submissions … and getting ready to launch on January 15th! Read on for more details …
The Disappointed Housewife is approaching!
I’ve received a number of fun pieces the last few weeks, and though I’m still keeping the pre-launch submission window open, the big day will be January 15. Mark your calendars.
I hope all my readers here at What The Hell will quickly follow the new lit mag and start spreading the word. But I’m also eager to see new submissions coming in so I can build up a nice catalog of material for readers. I’ll be posting open submission calls at a variety of places, hoping to find a lot of writers willing to try new things. Of course, I’ll always give readers of this blog a fair shot at publication because loyalty deserves reward. If you have something you think would fit in at TDH, send it on over. Or read the pieces that I’ve already assembled to get a feel for…
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