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Interview with Joel Jenkins -- Weird Worlds

Joel Jenkins lives in the heron-haunted shadows of the Rainier Mountains, and finds the perpetual twilight conducive to writing. He is the former front-man for several obscure rock bands, was once nearly shot by the law for appearing ‘intimidating’, and impersonated a ghost on a number of occasions. 782 more words


March Book Releases

March is looking like a really great book month and my TBR pile is metaphorically toppling with all the additions. I thought I’d share some of the March releases I’m excited about here. 317 more words



Forever Mastadon ~ Episode 76

…“What’s the date Martin?” asks the man who has been frozen in time…

“I don’t know how much you’ve understood about our conversations, but you are supposed to be dead, that is what Mastadon and most of Chicago is lead to believe, the rest of the world that cares thinks you are still missing. 297 more words

Historical Fiction

Swirling snowflakes and apple blossoms...

Patience is not one of my virtues.

I’m waiting to learn the outcome of so many decisions and situations that I have no control over…the state of my current job, the results of a job interview, the results of the Story Story Challenge, the outcome of the mystery interview…and more. 259 more words

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Forever Mastadon ~ Episode 75

…you are supposed to be dead, that is what Mastadon and most of Chicago is lead to believe…

“He wanted to come, seemed to recognize his surroundings, he pointed the way.” 310 more words

Historical Fiction

The Coffee Shop Tour: Curzon Soho

It turns out that one of the side-effects of leaving the 9 to 5 day job is developing a total and utter disregard for ordinary hours and places of work. 319 more words


Review Marked Masters Author Ritter Ames

Title: Marked Masters

Author: Ritter Ames

Stars 5 out of 5

Review:  Ritter Ames has written series books that are well-crafted with intriguing stories that keep the reader hooked from beginning to end. 379 more words