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Cathleen Townsend Interview on Longshot Island

In my post about my tale of a feral refrigerator, I told everyone about an upcoming interview over at Longshot Island, and I’m happy to announce it’s up and ready for viewing. Cathleen Townsend Interview Cathleen Townsend loves a good

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Interview with R.A. Denny

As a criminal prosecutor at the Delaware Department of Justice, R. A. Denny would fantasize about writing a novel. Then one day, after watching the first Hobbit movie with her family members who share her love of writing, she spouted off an

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Feral Refrigerator Published by Longshot Island

Calling all writers–seriously consider submitting your stories to the nice folks over at Longshot Island. I’m happy to announce that I had another tale published there, although it’s a bit of a departure from my typical light fantasy. I was

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Please Help Me Select a Cover Image

My thanks in advance to everyone for taking a look at these. All these images came from Pixabay and are attribution-free for commercial use. All the type is merely a placeholder. I’ve learned that not everyone can picture things that

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Prayers Were No Help by Paul Lawrence

Prayers Were No Help is an interesting read, and it has a superb title for the story. I have a cordial dislike to most overtly Christian literature, despite being Catholic myself. I usually find it too didactic. But this volume

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The Heart’s Lullaby by Natalie Ducey

The Heart’s Lullaby is an evocative little book revolving around the theme of love, in all it’s permutations–fertile poetic ground that has inspired the likes of Shakespeare, Longfellow, and Kipling. Ms. Ducy is none of these, of course–she has her

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Vampyrie by Tina Frisco

Vampyrie contains all the classic vampire lore–the fangs, silent movement, brutal attacks, and human senses that are outmatched by their unearthly antagonists. In addition to this, it also holds some unique world-building, everything from the biochemical roots of vampires to

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