Monthly Archives: June 2017

Better Blogging with Photography by Terri Webster Schrandt

This is an informative little book that begins with the pitfalls of taking random pictures off Google and posting them on your blog (always make sure they’re licensed for commercial reuse), but it goes much further than that. Ms. Schrandt

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Dog Bone Soup by Bette A. Stevens

Dog bone soup was the meal Shawn hated most at his house. Not only because the soup was weak and thin, but because they had to eat like this to put money away. And they had to hide it, too,

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The Oathbreakers’ Guild by D. Wallace Peach

This is book two in Ms. Peach’s ┬áRose Shield quartet, and it begins with Catling, the apprenticeship influencer, one who affects how others around her feel–she can literally broadcast either love or pain onto them. But Catling has an ability

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Just a Minor Malfunction edited by Michael S. Alter (with a story by Cathleen)

Okay, so this review is not entirely disinterested–please note that I’m one of the authors. This collection includes my flash sci-fi story, “Picture Perfect”, about a girl who loved her cellphone into sentience, a la The Velveteen Rabbit. There really

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What’s In a Name by Sally Cronin

What’s in a name? Everything. As someone who has gone through the entire official argy-bargy to get my name legally changed, I appreciate the power behind the monikers we bear. Sally Cronin obviously shares this sensibility because this short story

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