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American in Amsterdam

By David Swatling

I’d been living in Amsterdam for three years when Sting’s “Englishman in New York” hit the airwaves in 1988. The song made it to #9 on the Dutch Top 40 chart, the highest anywhere in the world. 887 more words

Bold Strokes Books

Bliss Blog Tour: The Authors Answer

Today we are hosting the Bliss Blog Tour.

I posted my thoughts on Bliss a few weeks ago. It’s an edgy book dealing with some touchy subjects.

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Science Fiction

Puppy Love

When an American writer dies in France, his scandalously young lover inherits the house, the loot, and a handsome whistle he can use to attract… what, exactly? 1,203 more words

Stuff I Write

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“Notes of the Founders” by Georgina Li from Like They Always Been Free (Queer Young Cowboys, 2014).

I was leaning this way before reading this piece but am now convinced that, at heart, this author is a novelist. 290 more words

Writing

Short Stories 365/188

“Like They Always Been Free” by Georgina Li from Like They Always Been Free (Queer Young Cowboys, 2014).

The titular story of the collection, this entry could not come at a better time, immediately after the unrelenting harshness of life in the midst of civil war. 163 more words

Writing

The One for Me, by Hollis Shiloh

A nice, feel-good story*

(*A free dowload I believe on Amazon.com, I paid $3.11 CAD on Amazon.cca)

Story blurb: Two boys bond, sharing geeky things and fast food. 454 more words

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