Tag Archives: Linda Nightingale

A Work in Progress – Haunted Summer

I usually can’t write tight enough to have any success with writing a short story. Now I’m attempting to write a short story collection to send to my editor.  In all fairness, three of the short stories are already written … Continue reading

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Aquaponics – The Future of Food?

Easy, breezy aquaponics:  Fish are raised in a tank, then water from the fish tank is pumped to the plants.  Bacteria have converted ammonia and nitrite to nitrate which the plants absorb from the nutrient rich water.  Filtered, clean water … Continue reading

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I almost forgot to post!

So, I’ll post a couple of excerpts from Sinners’ Opera’s reviews on Amazon. If you’ve read it, I’d appreciate a review! [Sinner’s Opera] is haunting, very intense. It left me feeling very similar to how I felt after watching Interview … Continue reading

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Charleston, South Carolina – As Setting for Sinners’ Opera

Sinners’ Opera is set in Charleston, South Carolina, one of my favorite cities in the world (that I’ve visited). It’s beautiful and on the ocean—two requirements of being a favorite. I’d simply love to live in one of the Antebellum … Continue reading

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What Would Oscar Wilde Say?

Oscar Wilde was an Irish writer and poet. After experimenting with his writing, in the 1880′s, he became one of London’s most popular play writers. Today he is remembered for plays and beautiful words that have been quoted often.  So, … Continue reading

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Bound by Love by Toni V. Sweeney

Posted for Toni. We’ve begun taking every other week, so hereeeee’s Toni: Bound by Love…When Evil Lives After… In TV shows and movies, occasionally the statement will flash across the scene: “Based on True Events…”. In my novel Bound by … Continue reading

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Have you heard of Sophia?

Have you heard of Sophia or Zeon? Both are human-like androids who can learn, emote, and use their fingers. Sophia had even learned to draw! I’ll focus today on Sophia. Sophia was developed by Hong Kong based company, Hanson Robotics. She … Continue reading

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#1 Preditors and Editors/Critters and Readers Poll

Thanks to all who voted in the poll, Sinners’ Opera is Best in All Other Novels!  Thank you!   In celebration, a few Oscar Wilde Quotes: For Morgan, the hero in Sinners’ Opera – “It is better to be good-looking … Continue reading

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Vote Please! Preditors & Editors Poll

Sinners’ Opera is nominated in the Preditors’ & Editors Readers Poll in All Other Novels!  I’m begging for votes.  🙂  Voting ends January 14th, and here is the link: https://critters.org/predpoll/novel.shtml I’d very, very much appreciate your vote in this poll! … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Sinners’ Opera Now Available!

My vampire paranormal romance is now available and getting great reviews!  Here’s an excerpt, then I’ll list the links for the 2 reviews that came in on Release Day: Excerpt: Razor-sharp memory sliced through me, jerking me upright.  “’od’s teeth!” … Continue reading

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