• Free Books,  Giveaway,  Kindle Fire

    Book Love: Giving away a Kindle Fire and a Stack of eBooks

    We love books at the Writer’s Colony in the virtual world of Nara’s Nook. Greyville Writer’s Colony at Nara’s Nook. I think the stack of books of books you see in this video might be dwarfed by the one I’m teaming up with Tibby Armstrong and a group of other authors to give away. Tibby is adding a Kindle Fire to the prizes you can win in this giveaway. I’m contributing a copy of The Tiger’s Tale. A few years ago Tibby talked me into logging into my first virtual world. Today I have my own grid for virtual worlds and authors who use them to inspire their writing and…

  • Uncategorized

    Back at the Keyboard Again

    More accurately, I am back in production again. Writers never stop writing, but I did have to stop releasing books for awhile. My works in progress were tied to the Pantherian Tales series, Passions Portal, and the Games 4 Love series. The first few books in those series were all with the same publisher and that publisher was in trouble in a number of ways which brought books sales for many authors to a halt. With things going nowhere I requested rights be returned so I could find another publisher or re-release the books and continue the projects as an independent author.  Unfortunately, while I could write while waiting for…

  • Immersive Edge,  inspirations,  poetic precognition,  Poetry

    Reflecting

    Picture by Nara Malone in Scene 6 of Immersive Edge: Confusion In this place of moon petals and impotenceWe suspend revolving sorrowLet wind walk up the curtainsDrawn tight against truthOutside we play hide-and-seekIn the wilderness of windowsOrdering reflectionsBirthing inner mannequins Fleeing heaven~Nara Picture by Nara Malone, scene 6 of Immersive Edge: Nostalgia Immersive Edge grew out of a poem I wrote a long time ago. The pictures above are from scenes designed and built by +Cherry Manga  and +Praline B  this summer. They had never seen this Reflections poem and their build didn’t exist when I wrote it a year or two ago.  The words and images make me wonder if  our…