Doorways to Arkomo (a book review)

Doorways To Arkomo - Book One of The Spirit Oak's Gift Eleven-year-old Sorel stays hidden. She lives in the prince’s keep in the heart of Arkomo with the one-hundred princes – princes who are destined to fulfill the prophecy every one hundred years that ushers in a new era of kingship. But Sorel is a girl... Continue Reading →

The Plantagenets (a book review)

“On his wedding day Geoffrey of Anjou was a tall, bumptious teenager with ginger hair, a seemingly inexhaustible energy, and a flair for showmanship.” – From the opening chapter of The Plantagenets. In 1128 Geoffrey count of Anjou married Empress Matilda, the daughter of Norman king Henry I. Empress Matilda’s husband had died unexpectedly three... Continue Reading →

Pictures From My Mom

I thought I'd post a picture of my mom for Mother's Day. I know what you're thinking. Your thinking, "Look out, she's a futuristic cyborg! ...Or she works for the NSA." Wrong on both counts. See, these days my mom is an avid photographer and I think this picture best represents her. This is who... Continue Reading →

The Girl from I.T. – A Novel

We here at MojoFiction have been hard at work for the last couple of months preparing our new novel for publication. We’re done and we have officially published The Girl from I.T.  Here’s what it’s all about. Drum roll! (You’ll have to imagine it since you’re reading a blog. Trust us, we got this guy called... Continue Reading →

Starbucks + Oprah = Enlightenment

We here at MojoFiction frequent Starbucks.  Don’t judge us.  It’s a choice, not an addiction.  We can quit whenever we want, which will be never ever ever, or until something trendier comes along. When we visit Starbucks we usually order a simple iced Chai Tea Latte (tall).  We like this drink a lot because we... Continue Reading →

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