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Stolen Legacy

My novelette Stolen Legacy is here, and it’s free! 🙂 *** Being different can be dangerous. Falada is a kelpie, hated and feared because she can change shape. Only Jentelle has looked past Falada’s outward appearance to see the person

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The Great American Eclipse

I hope that (geography willing) you managed to view the Great American Eclipse. Originally, I’d planned on driving to Oregon for the event. I live in northern California, and we have a fishing boat berthed near Coos Bay, less than

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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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