Monthly Archives: December 2015

T’was the Internet Night Before Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the Net, There were hacker’s a surfing. Nerds? Yeah, you bet. The e-mails were stacked by the modem with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. The newbies were

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9 Signs You’ve Had Too Much Holiday Cheer

1. You strike a match and light your nose. 2.  You hear a duck quacking and it’s you. 3. You tell your best joke to the rubber plant. 4. You refill your glass from the fish bowl.   5. You

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Interview with Christina Barnes

Christina Barnes is the author of Wildly Human, a modern-day series of fables. It warms me down to the very depths of my fairy tale telling soul. 🙂 So, Christina, how did your book come to be? It was never

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How to Get a Book Listed as Free on Amazon

I had both emotional and practical reasons for wanting Dragon Hoard offered for free. I really wanted to give something back to the world of literature, which had been such an important part of my life. In addition to this,

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Tango

A glob of melting snow dropped from the tree above onto Donio’s head. He jumped up, stamping all four hooves in fury. “That does it! I’m sick of snow. I’m going someplace where it’s warm.” Jemmick shook his head, narrowly

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Facing Fear

Fear. I hate it. My heart races, I feel queasy, my palms sweat, and I can’t sit still. I want to run and hide, and I feel like a coward. I don’t often struggle much with fear. I don’t have

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Interview with Suz Korb

Suz Korb is a writer whose first published work of fiction was for the Boston Literary Magazine in 2010. It won a place in the Spring issue as the top story, launching her fiction writing career. She is now a British/American author

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