Monthly Archives: February 2011

A Healthy Future

by Jeffrey Thomas In early 2007, Gail Z. Martin and I were among the first wave of authors to release books through the then brand new imprint, Solaris Books. Well, actually Gail headed that wave, as her novel THE SUMMONER … Continue reading

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Crisis Apparition

Paranormally Speaking By Tina R. McSwain One group of “ghosts” that often goes unmentioned is the “crisis apparition”. These spirits are not technically of the haunting variety. Their appearance is usually a brief single event caused by their death.  This … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain Crisis Apparition One group of “ghosts” that often goes unmentioned is the “crisis apparition”. These spirits are not technically of the haunting variety. Their appearance is usually a brief single event caused by their death.  This … Continue reading

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Freebie Friday from Mur Lafferty

Our guest bloggers this week, Mur Lafferty has graciously agreed to share a free excerpt of Marco and the Red Granny at Smashwords! http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/31661 Hear it free at Hub- http://www.hubfiction.com/2010/09/new-hub-podcast-serial-by-mur-lafferty/

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A Life of Their Own

by Gail Z. Martin Long-running series can be lots of fun because they take on a life of their own.  At the same time, it can be intimidating for new readers because once several books in the series are out, … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Den

by Crymsyn Hart Every writer has a special place where they write. To some it is their home office. To others it is wherever their laptops take them. Being such a mobile society, we can travel to the ends of … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain Poltergeist The word itself comes from the German language for “noisy ghost”, a poltergeist is just that. This type of haunting is usually manifested by strange knocking noises or banging, and loud movement of objects. This movement … Continue reading

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Poltergeist

Paranormally Speaking By Tina R. McSwain The word itself comes from the German language for “noisy ghost”, a poltergeist is just that. This type of haunting is usually manifested by strange knocking noises or banging, and loud movement of objects. … Continue reading

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Stay on Target!

by J. F. Lewis Run for your lives!  It’s the return of the Little Green Notes!  Gah! (NOTE: If you’re just joining us, the notes in question are green Post-it notes that have been stuck to my office wall ever … Continue reading

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The Birth of Ideas

by Mur Lafferty It’s become a cliche by now- people always want to know where writers get their ideas, and writers never know what to say. They joke that they buy them at a store, or get them from a … Continue reading

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