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By Alexandra Bracken

Time travel takes on a new meaning in this fast-paced YA novel.  Who doesn’t love attractive 18th century pirates?  I know I do!   174 more words


Froelich's Ladder by Jamie Yourdon

Begin with a baker’s dozen of lively characters, sift in two parts magical realism, a pinch of fantasy, and mix in the historical setting of early days in Oregon Country. 224 more words


Re: Missing Ferrari

Mrs Carmine Incendia
988 Perplex Place
Perdue, AZ

Dear Madam,

Your letter of complaint arrived with the incoming post this morning and was immediately drawn to my attention. 461 more words


Fiction Excerpt: The Reasons Why

I rarely ever post any fiction, even though that’s primarily what I write. Posting fiction is far more terrifying to me than posting an essay or my thoughts on wealth disparity in the 21st century. 1,148 more words


Weekly Writing Challenge #72

Weekly Writing Challenge #72

(5) Words: | FLASH | USE | TRIGGER | VIEW | BACK |

Trigger – by Teresa Smeigh January 2017

Turn your back! 44 more words

Writing Prompt

Dead Spot Is FREE FREE FREE! (for one day only, January 20)

Dead Spot is this year’s hottest must-read about how parallel dimensions explain anomalies in the space/time continuum.

Oh, okay. It’s about sex, beer, and rock ’n’ roll. 65 more words

Sydney Schuster

Repo Madness by W. Bruce Cameron

Repo Madness

by W. Bruce Cameron
Series: Ruddy McCann, #2Hardcover, 368 pg.
Forge Books, 2016

Read: September 7 – 8, 2016

I dropped Jake off at Kermit’s office before I headed out of town and tried to ignore how eager my dog was to leave the repo truck.

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