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REVIEW of The Innkeeper's Daughter, by Michelle Griep

Alexander Moore is going deep undercover. His assignment? To lodge at the Blue Hedge Inn in Dover, engage himself to a viscount’s daughter, and apprehend a traitor to the Crown. 297 more words

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What Pegman Saw - Most Precious

“What Pegman saw” is a weekly challenge based on Google Streetview. Using the location provided, you must write a piece of flash fiction of no more than 150 words. 197 more words

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36 Titles with Strong Female Characters

Since today is the Women’s March in cities across the country, I thought it would be fun to highlight just a few strong female characters in books from picture books to YA titles. 303 more words

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Killing Off Characters - 10 Tips for Committing Fictional Murder

So, time to discuss death: Character death, that is.

Here are 10 points to consider, when it comes to killing off your fictional people. Whether you love or hate this aspect of storytelling, it’s something that we have to deal with, as writers: that sometimes our “babies” need to die. 805 more words

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Nosferatu Chronicles: Origins, by Susan Hamilton

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Vampires are not my thing. I’m going to go ahead and get that out of the way. Nosferatu and the original Dracula were alright, but I lose my taste for even them after the Twilight fiasco. 209 more words

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Complex, diverse, and morally gray spies // Review of Seven-Sided Spy by Hannah Carmack

Rating: 4/5 stars.

Release date: January 15th, 2018

Seven-Sided Spy is an intriguing debut novel about a diverse group of CIA and KGB agents during the Cold War. 428 more words

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How One Looks - Chapter 12

Chapter 12

For two weeks, the Matheson household waited for the inevitable.  McClure had stayed for a few days, but had to leave for business in Saint Louis.  2,049 more words

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