Monthly Archives: September 2011

Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain I am very serious about the paranormal and what I do.  Sometimes, however, things happen where you just have to laugh.  This is one of those times. The names have been changed to protect the innocent, and … Continue reading

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Catch me at a con!

by Gail Z. Martin Fall is just around the corner, and that means that I’ll be back on the convention circuit.  If you’re headed to one of these conventions, please stop by one of my panels/readings or catch me in … Continue reading

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The World I Live In

By Crymsyn Hart The world as I know it is surrounded by the people who care about me, the pets who use me for pillows and give me the brown eyed stare that tries to hack into my will and … Continue reading

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Should I podcast my fiction for free?

by P.G. Holyfield Five years ago the question was, “Should I podcast my fiction for free? Will it hurt my chances of getting published?” But with the success of writers such as Scott Sigler, Philippa Ballantine, and Nathan Lowell, that … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain Tis the Season… …for Ghost Walks and Haunted Attractions.  At this time of year, you can surely find a way to get your scare on.  From the local haunted trails, haunted hayrides, and haunted corn mazes to … Continue reading

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Things I learned from this year’s summer movies

by Gail Z. Martin What did I learn from this summer’s crop of action flicks?  Well, they weren’t really intended as educational fare, but in between bites of popcorn, I picked up a few life lessons, so I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Multiple Personalities

by Casey Daniels/Kylie Logan Not everyone is lucky enough to not only have more than one personality, but to be able to celebrate it. That’s what I’m doing today because last week, a new alter ego of mine made her … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain While many were in Atlanta, GA for Dragon*Con, I and a few of my team members were in West Virginia. We left Charlotte around 11am, and stopped in Hillsville, VA about 2 hours later. Hillsville has … Continue reading

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Why I do what I do

by Crymsyn Hart Have you ever sat down and said, yup I know what I am going to do today? Then you get started on it and something comes up. Or the unexpected happens. That was me this morning when … Continue reading

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Last Friday Night at Dragon*Con (with apologies to Katy Perry)

by Gail Z. Martin There’s a Klingon in my bed There’s a Vorlon in my head Guinan’s serving in the bar Reavers  passed out in the yard. Con suite’s closing for the night Is that a tattoo or a bite? … Continue reading

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