Tag Archives: novella

Book launch! The Yak Guy Project by C. S Boyack

Thanks for having me over today, Sue. I’m here to talk about my newest novel, The Yak Guy Project. This is the tale of a deplorable young man who is given a second chance at life. His journey is hard, … Continue reading

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Guest author: G. Michael Vasey – The Stream Of Life

I’m sitting here on my birthday. I’m 58! How did that happen? Strangely enough it’s been a quiet day as it’s a Sunday – not the best day to go out celebrating. But, I have been struck by how the … Continue reading

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Guest author: C. S. Boyack – The Hat, an excerpt from a new novella

Sue, I really appreciate the chance to visit your blog once again. You’re sure welcome over at my place any time you need it. In most blog tours it’s kind of traditional to provide an excerpt of some kind. I … Continue reading

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Guest author: G. Michael Vasey – Magic, Demonic Possession, and Eternal Life – it’s all there in Lord of the Elements

Several years ago, I sat in a pub in London with my eldest son who was spending a semester at Kings College, talking about magic and reality. The conversation was intriguing though likely fueled by the ale as we thought … Continue reading

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Guest author: Connie Jasperson – Oregon Sunset

We sat on the beach near the fire, Two old people bundled against the cold Oregon sunset. Friends we’d never met fished the surf, Children and dogs ran at waves’ edge. Red sky, red mist, red sunset. Fire, water, wind, … Continue reading

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A dire warning from Tallis Steelyard

The inimitable Tallis Steelyard introduces a new volume of The Port Naain Intelligencer… a tortuous tale of passion, intrigue and murder on the streets of his city in which he and Benor became embroiled. In Port Naain, Jim Webster has … Continue reading

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