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Working it all in

It’s busy around our house these days. Preparing for my husband’s first art show and working on the final edits for my novel come at the same time when we have to move. 138 more words

Philip Barragan

Cover Letters: The Story Stands or Falls on Its Own

If you have ever had questions about how to introduce your submission, I recommend The Occult Wisdom of Cover Letters by Helena Bell. It’s extensive, covers a great many details that only come up when you are ready to submit at 4:13 a.m. 43 more words

Writing

Falling Forward: September Review and Upcoming Reads

I used to do these monthly reading summary posts, but they never seemed to interest anyone, and then I promised myself I would publish only one post per week this season. 932 more words

Science Fiction

Lovely lass ready to haunt.

The Barrow Lover for Kindle is live at Amazon. Print copy on the way. Tell a friend. Fire off a quick review. And don’t forget the Stained Glass Panel Giveaway.

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Writing

Reflections-The Stone (# 13)

Aaron had a brother who was his only savior. They lived in a small town on the edge of Slag City. Dad never left the house. 509 more words

Speculative Fiction

Blog Tour, Giveaway & Review: 'Stolen Dreams' (Cassie Scot Book 4) by Christine Amsden

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Book 4 of the Cassie Scot Series:

Stolen Dreams (Cassie Scot #4)

Edward Scot and Victor Blackwood have despised one another for nearly a quarter of a century, but now their simmering hatred is about to erupt. 438 more words

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