Monthly Archives: July 2011

Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain Prospect Place – Trinway, OH This is one creepy place. The highlight of our trip here was getting locked out of the building by the ghostly inhabitants. Once we went outside to investigate the barn and … Continue reading

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An Excerpt from The Master of Whitestorm

by Janny Wurts 1. The Galleys of Mhurga Jostled from sleep by the bang of a fist against the beechwood oar that pillowed his head, Haldeth started upright, muscles tensed reflexively. But the command he expected never came; no guttural … Continue reading

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Pepper Martin has gone international!

by Casey Daniels Pepper Martin has gone international! The first three books of the series, “Don of the Dead,” “The Chick and the Dead,” and “Tombs of Endearment” have been published in Germany, both as paperback books and on audio. … Continue reading

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Conventions—The Advanced Class for Dedicated Fans

by Gail Z. Martin How can you get more out of your con going?  Here are some ideas to increase your con pleasure. Take a look at the program , if possible, before you go to the event.  Some cons … Continue reading

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The Time Traveling Vampire Gets Tested

By J. F. Lewis Last week, we took a giant step forward in time when discussing THE TIME TRAVELING VAMPIRE and approached the idea of handling revision letters. Now let’s skip back a bit. The idea is simple: Mr. Garrett … Continue reading

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Alarming Trends

by Janny Wurts Is anyone disturbed by the accelerated hype now appearing as ads targeted for unpublished, new authors, and featured in glitz, at the top of a number of prominent book discussion forums? Should writers of fiction be bothered … Continue reading

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