Monthly Archives: May 2016

Interview with Heena Rathore P.

Today’s guest, Heena Rathore P., is a 25-year-old crime & thriller author and an international book reviewer. She’s an introvert, a thinker, a neat freak, a voracious reader and a GSD-lover. Apart from writing and reading, she loves doing all

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Cappuccino and the Great Heist

Edwina was standing in line at the bank when it hit her. The men who’d made the money for all this expensive marble décor hadn’t let anything like scruples hold them back. And they didn’t have a resident brownie. It

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Why I Write

I write. It’s an impulse born from the need to escape overwhelming sorrow, but it’s become much more. Writing expresses my rage at the gap between what the world is and what it should be, at the short-sighted selfishness that

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Book Tag–The Who, How, What, Where, and When of My Reading

Beaton chose me in the This and That Book Tag, and I thought I’d thank him and answer this one. It looks fun. 🙂 Would you rather read in bed or on the couch? Most of my reading happens propped

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Interview with D. Wallace Peach

Today’s guest is the lovely Diana Peach, whose blog, Myths of the Mirror, I highly recommend. Welcome to the Beauty of Words, Diana. Thank you, Cathleen, for the opportunity to talk about writing on your blog. I can do that

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To the Victor Go the Spoils

Two dragons circled in the crisp autumn sky. Cries of alarm echoed in the village streets as people grabbed their loved ones to flee. Rodor ducked an arrow and rocketed down toward the humans bolting in panic. He loved it

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Interview with Christopher Fielden–Author and Contest Judge

I made Christopher’s online acquaintance in an unusual way. He was a contest judge at Thinkerbeat where I submitted a story. It was accepted, so that part’s a happy ending, but the real thing that made this experience unique was the

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