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My Maine: Haiku through the Seasons by Bette A. Stevens

Bette A. Sevens is a real Renaissance woman when it comes to writing–she does it all. Children’s fiction and nonfiction with her charming story of Matilda the Monarch butterfly as well as her Tanagram puzzle book, historical fiction with Pure

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To the Victor: Tales of Magic and Adventure

How can a feral refrigerator find a reason to exist? Can love overcome a dragon bent on domination beyond his wildest dreams? And is a platypus bound by the constraints of time and space like everyone else? In these fourteen

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Seeds of Change by Willow Thomson

Willow Thomson is a writer pal of mine, and I’m excited to introduce you to her work here. As veterans of the same online forums, we’ve offered advice to each other as writers and publishers. And the result of all

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MYTHAXIS: A new concept online magazine

Originally posted on beetleypete:
From Daniel Scott White, publisher of Longshot Island, Unreal, and Unfit, comes a new Fantasy Magazine project, Mythaxis. This offers an exciting opportunity to bloggers and writers (including published authors) in the Fantasy genre. Daniel is…

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Memory’s Wake by Selina Fenech

Memory’s Wake by Selina Fenech has a gorgeous cover, and this is continued inside with chapter illustrations that could make JK Rowling sigh with envy, all the work of the talented author-illustrator. This greatly enhanced my enjoyment of the accompanying

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Bellerophon: Son of Poseidon is out!

I finally got this one published–my first novel. I drafted it four years ago, and it’s been a long revision process, with a steep learning curve. But I think it’s pretty good now, and even though it’s me saying it,

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Survival of the Fittest by Jacqui Murray

Five tribes. One leader. A treacherous journey across three continents in search of a new home. *** That’s a great tagline. And I enjoyed the book, too. It starts like this: Xhosa is a female, a would-be budding leader of

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