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Lost Girls Cover Reveal!

I have a something special for you today!

Normally, I don’t read a lot of YA books. I gravitate toward more adult themes and older characters, so the genre hasn’t really been at the top of my list. 676 more words

Speculative Fiction

Sunburst

Yesterday the Sunburst Society released the shortlist for their 2016 awards. It’s the first year they’ve included short fiction, though they’ve had categories for adult and YA fiction for a while now. 406 more words

Speculative Fiction

It's a Zombie Takeover!

Today I have a special guest: Author Michele Israel Harper from L2L2 Publishing Inc.

Before we get into the interview, though, I’d like to tell you a bit more about her and her latest novel, Zombie Takeover. 1,598 more words

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Spotlight: The Feline Overlords of Sharon Lee & Steve Miller

Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester has been honored to have the amazing author team of Sharon Lee and Steve Miller to our store and blog several times – And they’ll be back this coming Friday, July 8 with their latest book, … 1,209 more words

Events

Nashville Trip

I went to a book signing for the first time on Saturday.

My friend, Amy Brock McNew, was signing at a Barnes and Noble in Nashville so my siblings and I decided to take a day trip. 200 more words

Writing

Amy Brock McNew reblogged this on Amy Brock McNew ~Author~ and commented:

Some thoughts from my friend Brittany and her trip to my book signing!

A Story About Shapeshifters & Fantasy Art

New story called “The Journey and the Jewel” up over at Sockdolager (an excellent magazine published by Alison Wilgus and Paul Starr).  I am always surprised by how consistent (not to say “repetitive!”) my stories are thematically, and this one covers a lot of familiar concerns. 334 more words

Memory

Author Spotlight: David Drake

Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester on 65 James Street is happy to welcome Baen science fiction author, David Drake to our spotlight for the first time! 994 more words