Tag Archives: ATHENA’S DAUGHTER by Juli Page Morgan
Staying nice even when everything around you is ugly isn’t the easiest thing in the world. And it seems like the majority of people have decided it’s just too hard to implement being nice when faced with criticism. I made … Continue reading
This is Part Two of a (majorly delayed) series I’ve entitled Rock Fiction Primer. I’ve read some head-clutchingly inaccurate descriptions of some of the basics of the world of rock ‘n roll in recent fiction, so I thought I’d give … Continue reading
I don’t know if anyone’s noticed (probably not!) but my books are no longer available for sale on Kobo. If you’re a Kobo customer, I apologize that you can’t find Romances for the Bohemian Soul there anymore, and here’s why.