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Guest author: Marcia Meara – The Emissary… a new Riverbend book!

My thanks to Sue for letting me share the news of my newest book today. It’s a real pleasure to be here! It’s always gratifying to discover readers are interested in the lives of secondary characters as well as those … Continue reading

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Service #Flash4Storms

“…you gotta to take pride in your work, kid.” ‘Blind’ Jake inspected the crumb he picked out of the matted tangle of his beard. “You gotta remember, beggin’ is a service industry. They gives us money, we eats, and they … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Unfamiliar territory

It is raining again and about to get worse. You are in a suburban green space between neat-gardened houses, the last place you would expect to find an ancient treasure… and you are confronted with something both so alien and … Continue reading

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Soul Swallower – new series WIP from D. Wallace Peach at Myths of the Mirror

I think that’s the name of the series. I like the alliteration anyway. Better than Soul Gulper. Perhaps you remember the character Raze from one of Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompts. Well, he’s back with a series of his own. I … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight; Graeme Cumming – from Fiction is Food

Reblogged from Fiction is food: As the ravens gather and darkness descends, the time is drawing near for history to repeat itself… Ravens Gathering is a gripping thriller, interwoven with horror and fantasy, that demonstrates how you should never take … Continue reading

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Ask the blogger: how did you get so many followers? – Milly Schmidt

Reblogged from Milly Schmidt: I went out on a limb and contacted some of my greatest blogging idols to see if a few of them might like to lend us some of their wisdom in response to the one question we’re all thinking about: … Continue reading

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Fading #writephoto Joelle LeGendre

“Mama, it looks like a horse on fire,” little Jeffrey said, pulling at his mother’s shirt.  “Can’t we help him?  Please?” “It’s only a cloud, sweetie pie,” she said.  His little arms wrapped around her as far as they would … Continue reading

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