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Back to the Cradle


The bus hurtled across the countryside, swallowing miles, and miles of the hot tarmac under its belly. Most passengers were quiet, except for children who seemed excited to see trees and other objects race backwards. 3,961 more words


Such A Long Journey – Rohinton Mistry

The acclaimed novel which became even more famous when ‘someone’ raised a hue and cry about it without actually reading it! Pulled it out of the college syllabus and bookstores across the state of Maharashtra, this book has become much sought after with full credit to the controversy surrounding it. 129 more words

Book Reviews

GOT Ascent Sellsword bios part 3

Here is an updated list of my sellswords on “Game of Thrones Ascent.”

Harwen Hoat
Harwen is a sellsword who has lived most of his life in the North. 757 more words


Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander, #2) by Diana Gabaldon

Book Synopsis:
Published August 7th 2001 by Delta
768 pages | 
For twenty years Claire Randall has kept her secrets. But now she is returning with her grown daughter to Scotland’s majestic mist-shrouded hills. 570 more words


Editor, Jacquelyn Phillips, Accepting Manuscripts!


Do you have a science fiction or fantasy manuscript you feel needs to be edited?  Do you want to get it ready for the agent’s office and feel like another eye would do your manuscript good?   114 more words

The Wardrobe Journal

"Stray": A Short Story

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a short story. Time to rectify that.

This short story is called “Stray”. I can’t say there was much inspiration behind it other than the opening sense of smell of vanilla and grill smoke. 1,889 more words



Their monochromatic faces hovered at the store again,

flying like black dragons at a seaside kite festival,

making me wonder why no one ever laughs at them. 111 more words


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