I love to eat boar. It will never be a bore, partly because it’s such a rare treat, lol. Perhaps I’ll invite a Boer to join me for dinner…as long as he’s not a boor in this Word Confusion post for self-editing writers from KD Did It.
Thursday is on her toughest assignment yet, desperate to uneradicate Landen, prevent a coup by Yorrick Kaine, end the hostile takeover in Hamlet, stop Armageddon… And who will babysit her son while she does it?
Everyone wants a piece of Jack Taylor. To recover The Red Book, a priestly plea, the many-faced Em, Ridge wants to arrest him, and terrorists.
Grab a cue and get in the pool queue in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Jane Hawk — fiction’s most relentless, resourceful, stunning new heroine — continues her battle against a murderous conspiracy in the riveting follow-up to The Silent Corner.
A year ago Ryker Bensen had everything; now he has only the land. Then Mia Zabrinski shows up and orders him off her land, and it lights his fuse.
Being successfully effective can be quite affective for the self-editing writer in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
When the orphanage burns down, Tess is deemed old enough to be out on her own, and she can pursue her dream to learn the truth. About her parents and her waking visions.
The story may be a mite short, but it is mighty in the telling in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
A LOL interactive adventure for reluctant readers. Perfect for teachers, parents, and grandparents during required reading or story time and full of jokes, puzzles, and activities.