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Float On

Jody could fly, but she wasn’t a superhero. She just flew for the sake of it. When life overwhelmed her she took to the sky, her skin dewy in the clouds, and floated, and meditated like they did in the cartoons. 246 more words


Kids can write!

I’ve been experimenting with the website pixton.com, which my friend Lisa Logan (also a writer) introduced me to. You can create your own comic strips or graphic novel – the trial period is free, and after that rates start at $8/month, which is pretty reasonable. 126 more words


Why We Celebrate

A Hollow Grove Editorial by Mariela Hudson

It’s coming upon that time of year again, dear readers.

As the autumn season begins in earnest and the trees start to don their brilliant funeral colors, Halloween beckons with its haunting tidings of horror and family fun. 868 more words


The Unbroken Blade #3.5

“Mother is our maker; Mother is all. Victory is her worship; worship is our purpose. Worship Mother! Worship! May the sisters never fall.” -Irtrallan Battle Coda #1… 159 more words


Watch This Space--Becky Robbins & Lorraine Carey

In this edition of Watch This Space, meet Becky Robbins and Lorraine Carey, authors of the new racy adult adventure, Camp Cougar.

Wondering what it’s all about?  774 more words


One Mind, Two Bodies ~ a really short short ~

“Salut, meuf,” I said to my best friend, Becks. She was eating her vegetable intake for the year. It was rare to find her eating a salad. 607 more words


The Railwayman’s Wife by Ashley Hay

A tale of hope and heartache set in post World War II Australia that explores life and grief and the randomness of tragedy.  Not only does the author explore the intersecting lives of the four main characters, but Ashley Hay also creates remarkable sensory details for the reader to savor and experience – the astonishing views, tastes and smells of the Australian seaside town of Thirroul, as well as the clamor and clack of the railway cars through the town and the surrounding countryside. 100 more words